NEWS 4/11/19 11:33pm

SGA adds more greek life representatives in new legislative year

Student government is increasing representation in its senate in the 2019-2020 governing year by adding more senators to represent the greek community. Three senate positions were added to represent the Interfraternity Council — seven male fraternities on campus, the Panhellenic Association — nine female fraternities and sororities and the National Pan-Hellenic Council — seven historically African American fraternities and sororities at Elon University. 

OPINIONS 4/11/19 8:00am

ASCH: Release the Report

After almost two years and 176 presidential tweets about the “witch hunt,” the Special Counsel investigation is finally complete. Now that it’s over, the full report should be released to the public.

LIFESTYLE 4/10/19 12:36am

PHOTO GALLERY: Greek Dance 2019

Fraternities and Sororities compete at the Greek Dance, part of Elon's Greek Week. Delta Upsilon took home first place for the small group category, while Sigma Kappa won the large group category. 

SPORTS 4/9/19 9:18am

New men's basketball coach Mike Schrage introduced with lengthy resume in tow

A new era of Elon University basketball began on Monday as the men’s team introduced new head coach Mike Schrage. The gig at Elon will be Schrage's first as a head coach, but his resume is replete with high-level experience. In Monday’s introductory press conference, he rattled off the coaches who have taught and inspired him along the way, a list that boasts a number of college basketball’s biggest names.

NEWS 3/24/19 8:00am

SGA rules in favor of free menstrual products

Senior Class Senator Sophie Zinn and Senior Class Treasurer Rebecca Fliegel have finally seen their vision realized after Elon University’s SGA passed legislation to provide free sanitary napkins and tampons in bathrooms around campus. 

OPINIONS 3/23/19 8:00am

ASCH: The real national emergency

The president just issued his first veto, which rejected Congress’ resolution to overturn his emergency declaration to fund a wall along the southern border. The resolution was passed 59-42 in the Senate, with a dozen Republicans going against their party to vote yes.