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NEWS 11/11/13 11:38am

Elon Alum Named Kappa Sigma Man of the Year

He may be an Admiral, but to those in the room, he's still "Shortney." Admiral William Gortney of Elon's Class of 1977 was in Burlington Saturday where he received his fraternity Kappa Sigma 2013

NEWS 9/17/13 11:22pm

Theater Master Class Takes the Stage

It's the one performance at Elon where the audience is part of the show: Improv. Yeager Recital Hall hosted the 2013 Improv Olympics Saturday night, which is a master class in Elon's theater department.

NEWS 9/13/13 10:47am

New Requirement for Communications Fellows Program

As of next year, Freshman fellows will be required to finish one publishable research project by the end of their first year. The change was put in place due to historically low numbers of communications students doing research during their four years at Elon. "It's something that I came up with.

NEWS 9/2/13 11:38pm

SGA Swears In New Sophomore Class Leaders

Elon's Student Government Association swore in three new members on Thursday to replace three sophomore class members who resigned over the summer. Former Sophomore Class Vice President Ruth Robinson, Class Secretary Natasha Schettini and Senator Conor Janda all resigned over the summer. SGA was not given reasons for their resignations, and all three refused to comment when contacted. Students Matthew Crehan, Madison Gosselin and Brittany Armstead

NEWS 6/13/13 9:52am

Private School Police Bill Signed by Gov. McCrory

A bill that makes police records at private universities available to the public was signed by Governor Pat McCrory on Wednesday. The bill, NC H142, stems from a lawsuit filed against Elon University by Nick Ochsner, an Elon alumnus and former reporter for our newscast. Elon Campus Police and other North Carolina private college police agencies are now required to disclose narrative descriptions of details surrounding arrests as well as 911 calls when requested. Ochsner sued the university after being denied a complete incident report from Elon Campus Safety and Police regarding the arrest of an Elon student.

NEWS 2/19/13 6:02pm

Syria Close To Home

Professor Haya Ajjan and her family are from Syria, and after two years of fighting, her family is still broken. "His family was waiting for him one night, and he did not come back.

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