NEWS 10/3/19 12:00pm

A new face joins Elon's fire station

Firefighters put themselves at risk every day to protect the people in their community. What most fail to see is the behind the scenes work of talented professionals like Josh Warren, a recently hired engineer at the Elon Fire Department.

NEWS 10/2/19 12:00pm

Elon Boy Scouts of America troop goes coed

For over 40 years, the town of Elon has been the home of Scout Troop 51. From the colorful classrooms of Elon Community Church to the campgrounds of Linville, North Carolina, they have “trained youth in responsible citizenship, character development and self-reliance,” according to the Boy Scouts of America website.

NEWS 10/2/19 10:54am

Zachary Wood visits Elon

Zachary Wood, author of "Uncensored: My Life and Uncomfortable Conversations at the Intersection of Black and White America", visited Elon Tuesday Oct. 1 to meet with students and talk about how to navigate difficult conversations.

LIFESTYLE 9/29/19 8:00am

Ignacio Alonso is making waves

When he’s not out on the surf or in his Danieley Neighborhood flat, Ignacio Alonso is still learning how to navigate college life — just like the other 1,700 freshmen on campus this year.

NEWS 9/28/19 11:26am

President Book updates parents on new Strategic Plan

President Book addressed faculty, students and their families Saturday morning to talk about Elon’s accomplishments and goals for the university in the next decade. The president gave updates on the current strategic plan, recent accomplishments and the plan going forward.

SPORTS 9/28/19 9:54am

Volleyball downs reigning champs

The Phoenix (6-8, 1-0) took down the Pride (7-6, 0-1) 3-1 (25-20, 25-27, 25-20, 25-18). This was not only the opening game of family weekend but it was their first conference match of the season.

NEWS 9/28/19 8:00am

FERREYROS: 'Why aren't you brown?'

One of my favorite things to do is ask people where they think I am from. It starts out as a game, but deep down, I want people to ask me about my culture and question their stereotypes rather than my identity based on the color of my skin.