Brian Rea


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NEWS 8/26/20 3:16pm

COVID-19 affects abroad travel plans for students

Most international travel during fall semester has been canceled under the university’s reopening plan, except for the business dual degree program. Students in the program spend two years on campus and two years at a partner business school in Germany, Spain, France or Italy. At the end of four years, students receive a degree from both Elon and their institution abroad. 


NEWS 8/18/20 5:15pm

Ways to limit potential exposure to COVID-19

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, being closer than six feet to someone for 15 minutes or more puts you at risk for getting COVID-19. Elon University physician Dr. Ginette Archinal discusses ways to limit the spread of the virus. 


NEWS 6/23/20 10:37am

Low census response rate could cost Alamance County, Elon funds

54.1% of Elon residents have completed the 2020 Census, which began collecting responses in March, according to data released from the U.S. Census Bureau. Alamance County could lose more than $7 million in annual funding based on nonresponse to the census, a report from the North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management said.


NEWS 4/10/20 12:31pm

International students endure global pandemic away from family

Kimheng Larch and Winnie Yang are two of the 64 visa-holding international students at Elon remaining in the U.S., according to Kristen Aquilino, associate director of international student services. That includes on-campus, in North Carolina and other states across the country. There are a total of 134 undergraduate international students currently enrolled at Elon, according to the university fact book.


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