Oct. 11 is National Coming Out Day.
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Oct. 11 is National Coming Out Day.
On the morning of Oct. 1, Chris Breedlove, owner of High Rock Land and Hardscapes Landscaping Company, received a dreaded phone call from Elon University. The university informed him that high winds from Hurricane Ian uprooted trees on campus — the same trees his company had planted only months before.
Forty-three days later than anticipated, Billy D’s Fried Chicken has opened. It was originally set to open within the fall semester, but was delayed due to issues with the general contractor, according to head chef and owner William Dissen.
Oct. 3 kicks off Elon University's fourth annual Sustainability Week. A variety of different events will be held throughout the week to promote sustainable habits on campus and inspire positive change, according to the Office of Sustainability.
Elon University is expecting nearly 2,000 families and 2 to 5 inches of rain this weekend. Hurricane Ian hit the U.S. earlier today and is expected to bring rain and possible winds to campus this weekend.
A New York resident has included Elon University in a series of lawsuits alleging the university’s website design violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Throughout the 2022-23 academic year, three influential media figures will visit Elon University School of Law in downtown Greensboro. Each first got their start in law and are set to speak at 6:30 p.m. on their respective dates at the Carolina Theatre. Tickets will be free for guests.
Geshe Palden Sangpo, a Tibetan Buddhist monk now based in Raleigh, spent over 15 hours in the Numel Lumen Sacred Space this week, intricately moving small grains of sand with specialized tools and creating a four-square-foot Green Tara Sand Mandala.
Tibetan Buddhist monk Geshe Sangpo has returned to Elon University this week to create the eighth sand mandala for the campus community.
This summer, a number of construction projects were completed at Elon University. From the installation of new outdoor classrooms to the renovation of Carolina Hall, campus underwent major renovations before the start of the 2022-23 academic year.
Elon University President Connie Book awarded the Elon Medallion, the university’s highest honor, to three former faculty and staff members during the Aug. 15 opening session of planning week.
For the 30th year in a row, Elon University will continue its common reading program and has selected, “Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World—and Why Things Are Better Than You Think” by Hans Rosling for the 2022-23 academic year. A committee composed of faculty, staff and students chose the book as one that represents the core values of the university for freshmen students.
Beginning July 1, at-risk kids in the Burlington-Alamance area can attend a day treatment program at Another Chance Treatment Center in Burlington. The program is designed for children and adolescents between the ages of five and 20 who struggle with behavioral issues.
Over the past four years, Elon University’s class of 2022 has seen the campus change significantly. With changes to the student center, residence life and dining halls, the graduating seniors have seen campus change and evolve.
Ted Budd currently represents North Carolina's 13th Congressional District and is in his third term in the U. S. House of Representatives. Budd is the winner of the May 17 primary election. He received 5,389 ballots, which is 50.16%.
Cheri Beasley, the first African American woman to serve as Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, is running for U.S. senate. Beasley said her experience as a judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and as associate justice and chief justice of the N.C. Supreme Court, has given her great experience.
Avery Wagoner is a Burlington resident running for Alamance-Burlington Board of Education. He is making his first run for public office this year and announced his public candidacy on March 3.
Leonard Harrison of Mebane, North Carolina, is one of six candidates in their race vying for votes in Alamance County’s primary elections on May 17.
After 16 years serving as a pastor, in 2015 Mark Walker decided to step away and run for the U.S. House of Representatives. After six years in the House, Walker has decided to run for Senate.
Tobias LaGrone is running for the U.S. Senate. He is listed among the Democrats but calls himself a “conservative democrat.” LaGrone has lived in the Greensboro area for decades.