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NEWS 5/10/16 10:11pm

A 'Berry' Good Time

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzBn6QMSLcI&w=560&h=315] Monday's are notorious for being long and stressful days.

NEWS 3/8/16 8:41am

Elon community questions if education is still transformative

"Race is the number one predictor of outcomes in the United States of America," Presidential Fellow and Special Assistant to the President, Randy Williams said introducing a major theme of Monday's Community Connection. Ethnicity and gender were just a few topics discussed at the third and final Community Connections Forum held Monday, March 7 in McKinnon Hall.

NEWS 2/8/16 11:27am

Downtown Burlington merchant celebrates Mardi Gras

Purple, green and gold cupcakes and beads means Fat Tuesday is on its way. But for one store on East Front street, it also meant ample foot traffic in downtown Burlington. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWqM4079r48&noredirect=1&w=560&h=315]

NEWS 11/9/15 10:05am

Elon Police look to add body cameras

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccFxqZ25pW8&noredirect=1&w=560&h=315] This May the Department of Justice announced a $20 million pilot program to increase security and accountability around the country.

NEWS 10/22/15 9:13am

REAch Wounded Warrior Veterans Program

Since the Iraq War, which began in 2003, the Wounded Warrior Project said, there have been over 48,000 service men and women physically injured in combat. "They need to be recognized from all that they have been through and that's where we come in," Director of REAch's Wounded Warrior Veterans Program and President of the non-profit organization, Resource Exchange Association, Bud Shepherd said. But Shepherd isn't talking about helping just anybody. "Right now we're only working with the Purple Hearters," Shepherd said. REA allows people in the Alamance County community living below the poverty line to buy food and household supplies at reduced prices.

NEWS 10/14/15 10:17pm

Gun control panel discusses Elon and Burlington's future

About 40 Elon University students, faculty, and staff and community members, a smaller crowd than usual, attended the Panel Discussion: Violence associated with Guns Wednesday evening in Lakeside Meeting Rooms. Although the room looked empty, there was a flow of questions being asked to the Elon University faculty and staff panelists.

NEWS 8/30/15 10:31pm

Make it and break it

The 21st century introduced us to 3D printing and the Elon campus is being imprinted with much more than new technologies. "This is a space where it's okay to fail," said Instructional Technologist Michael Vaughn.

NEWS 8/24/15 9:41am

Autumn additions and adjustments

Whether you're at Elon for your final year or your first semester, the campus may look different from your last visit. First, Daniel Commons got an upgrade.

NEWS 8/20/15 10:20am

Tips for Incoming Freshmen

It's hot. It's summer. It's 48 hours till move-in. And the last thing you want to be thinking about is school starting...but in a little less than a week, you'll be here.

NEWS 8/10/15 2:27pm

Sheriff Terry Johnson speaks after dismissal of DOJ lawsuit

Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson spoke today for the first time since a judge dismissed the federal lawsuit that alleged that he and his office discriminated against and profiled Latinos within Alamance County. Federal Judge Thomas Schroeder released the 253-page court decision on Friday. The U.S.

NEWS 7/1/15 10:16pm

Promotions within the Office of the President

President Leo Lambert promoted Steven House from provost to executive vice president and provost. House's predecessor was Gerald Francis who was the university provost emeritus and executive vice president before retiring in June. "When the announcement was made I was extremely delighted and proud.

NEWS 4/12/15 10:32pm

Health Watch: Allergy Tips

Trees budding, flowers blooming, and grass thriving on Elon's campus might make things beautiful, but there's one drawback: pollen.

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