The North Carolina House passed a bill this month that would require county sheriffs' departments to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Currently, sheriffs' departments have the authority to decide whether or not to work with ICE when they receive immigrants.
The April 2019 SGA Town Hall centered around safety and ways Elon University students and town residents can better co-exist.
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern previously testified against the legalization of sports betting, but since leaving his role, he has grown to accept betting as a future for the industry. He visited Elon University as the keynote speaker at the university's first Sport Management Symposium on Tuesday, April 23, in Turner Theatre.
Governor of North Carolina Roy Cooper vetoes the "Born-Alive" bill. The bill would have required doctors to save the lives of infants who were born after an attempted abortion.
This week, Elon University’s Office of Sustainability has organized "Earth Week," with events scheduled every day to involve campus in the celebration of the Earth.
Elon University students have relied on alternate forms of transportation to get to and from campus over breaks, and faculty have often commuted upwards of an hour each way to get to and from work. This is something assistant professor of philosophy Ryan Johnson would like to change.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the founding donor of The Flint Child Health and Development Fund, was honored with the Elon University Medal for Entrepreneurial Leadership for her activism. Attisha’s work led to the discovery of the Flint water crisis and helped start the initiative to replace lead pipes in the Michigan city.
All That JAS launched its new brand on Wednesday, April 17, following its weeklong promotion on its digital media platforms.
David W. Orr, Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies and Politics at Oberlin College, spoke at Elon University Tuesday night in McKinnon Hall on climate change and the state of democracy in the United States for Earth Week.
Students and others parked in the Ingold Lot will have until 11 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, to move their car before being towed.
Presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke spoke at Natty Greene's Pub and Brewing Company in downtown Greensboro. O'Rourke is among over a dozen Democratic candidates vying for the party's presidential nomination as the first primaries and debates approach.
A tornado watch was issued for Alamance County and surrounding areas at 2:20 p.m. and is in effect until 8 p.m.
Best known for his unique standup comedy, Ron Funches headlined the Student Union Board’s spring comedy show on Wednesday, April 10, in Alumni Gym. Funches is the second black comedian headliner SUB has hosted.
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.
Twenty-three years ago, documentary photographer Allison Shelley picked up a camera professionally. Shelley, a Pulitzer Center grantee, works freelance and has her photos published in TIME Magazine, The New York Times and her latest project “We are fighters, too” in the Washington Post.
Elon University addressed economic growth and community relations in Alamance County by hosting a panel of business and infrastructure experts. Each discussed a variety of topics concerning the expansion of the county, transportation accessibility, and how small businesses can better interact in the county.
The Town of Elon is investigating the annexation of nearly 30 acres of land north of Elon University. The property is on Shallowford Church Road and Cable Road across from Rhodes Stadium.
Starting with a traditional Aussie “G’day,” Julia Gillard, prime minister of Australia from 2010 to 2013, spoke at Elon University's Spring Convocation about her experience as the nation’s first female leader, her message for students and her outlook for Asia in the next 100 years.
The former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard sits down with Elon News Network