NEWS 9/20/19 10:52am

ENN Radio Sept. 20, 2019

On this week's episode, Maeve Ashbrook and Brian Rea talk to Elon students and health officials about the risks associated with vaping. Jack Norcross explains why the Elon chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity has had their charter revoked. Elon has a new recycling program on campus and what to expect ahead of the Phoenix face off against Wake Forest.

NEWS 9/15/19 8:00am

NC MedAssist: Dispensing hope to the hopeless

CHARLOTTE — Yvonne Lunsford is a North Carolina resident from Cumberland County who suffered a heart attack this January. Recounting the crisis, Lunsford said she woke up with excruciating pain in her chest. Soon after, her arm began to ache all the way to her fingertips. 

NEWS 9/12/19 10:00am

Elon faculty pushes to reopen the historic train depot

Elon’s train depot may have closed in 1961, but the connection shared between the railroad and the university still remains. Now, almost 60 years later, more and more members of the Elon community advocate to reopen the depot in what is sometimes known as the Elon Train Committee.

NEWS 9/11/19 12:00am

Eighteen years later: Remembering 9/11

Wednesday, Sept. 11 is the 18th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center. While many Americans can recall where they were on the day, there is a new generation of adults who were not alive for the event. The Class of 2023 is the first class to have students who may not have been born before the attacks took place.