Anton L. Delgado

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NEWS 11/25/19 3:22pm

Search committee for next director of campus police finalized

Elon University has started the search process for the next director of Campus Safety and Police. Dennis Franks, who currently holds the position, will be leaving at the end of December to become the chief of police in Stallings, North Carolina — approximately two hours from Elon, just south of Charlotte.

NEWS 10/10/19 12:00am

Referrals and arrests at Elon rise from past years

Arrests and referrals for drug and liquor related violations jumped at Elon University from 2016 to 2018. Elon is the only school among its peer institutions to see a percentage increase in all four drug and liquor categories, according to data from campus police departments, published in federally required reports.

NEWS 9/26/19 12:00pm

Report highlights shifting majors and university trends

It’s always been Geoffrey Claussen’s dream to expand the study of religion at Elon University. Now, in his eighth year as a professor of religious studies and second year as chair of the department, that expansion has been accomplished. The University Curriculum Committee has approved nearly 10 introductory courses, six being brand new, in the Department of Religious Studies.

NEWS 9/23/19 8:24am

T-Pain named Homecoming concert performer

Elon University's Student Union Board has just announced that T-Pain, the award-winning rapper, singer, songwriter and producer, is the next Homecoming concert performer. The concert is set to take place on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. in Schar Center.

SPORTS 8/30/19 8:00am

Cross country is staying on course

Both of the Phoenix’s cross country teams are coming off one of the best seasons in Elon history — with the women’s team nearly clinching the conference championship and Nick Ciolkowski peaking after four years of excellence.

NEWS 1/18/19 9:39pm

Alamance County represented at annual March for Life

WASHINGTON — Being pro-life had always been a part of who she was, but for Kimberly Wood, standing against abortion took a whole new meaning when her daughter lost her child 16 weeks into her pregnancy. This loss is what made every step Wood took during this year's March for Life matter.

NEWS 1/11/19 8:17pm

Phoenix flies past Cougars

Inconsistent but dominating shooting allowed the Elon University Women’s basketball team (7-7, 2-1) to pull away with a 76-68 win over the College of Charleston Cougars (4-9, 0-2) in Schar Center.

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