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NEWS 10/11/19 8:45am

ENN Radio Oct. 11, 2019

In this week's episode of ENN Radio Christian Galvano explains what we know about the gunfire that happened outside the Chabad House. The Inn at Elon is set to open January 6 and we will hear from Lauren Singles on how Elon plans to use the inn for university advancement. Mackenzie Wilkes tells us the goals of the candidates for mayor of the City of Burlington ahead of November's general election. 

NEWS 10/10/19 8:00am

Elon launches textile recycling program

A new textile recycling program has been launched by Elon University’s Office of Sustainability. The recycling initiative allows Elon community members to recycle clothing, carpets, bedspreads and other fabric-like items.

NEWS 10/6/19 9:01pm

The Burlington mayoral election explained

There are three candidates vying for votes in the primary municipal election, which will be held this Tuesday, Oct. 8. The mayoral office for the City of Burlington will be on the ballot. Polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.

NEWS 10/4/19 11:26am

ENN Radio Oct. 4, 2019

In this week's episode reporter Maeve Ashbrook talks the strategic plan and the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Elon Elementary school building.There's a new face working full time at the Elon Fire Department helping to keep the station up and running.Two more cases of the mumps confirmed on campus, and how one woman stands out on the club hockey team.

NEWS 9/27/19 9:21am

ENN Radio Sept. 27, 2019

This week's episode is a special Hispanic Heritage Month edition of ENN Radio. We're joined by reporter Maria Ramirez Uribe to understand what Hispanic and Latinx representation looks like at Elon University. Kyra O'Connor talks about the ways that representation not only includes students, but faculty and staff. One international student is bringing their passion on the track to Elon.

NEWS 9/20/19 10:52am

ENN Radio Sept. 20, 2019

On this week's episode, Maeve Ashbrook and Brian Rea talk to Elon students and health officials about the risks associated with vaping. Jack Norcross explains why the Elon chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity has had their charter revoked. Elon has a new recycling program on campus and what to expect ahead of the Phoenix face off against Wake Forest.

NEWS 5/6/19 8:00am

NC law would require rideshares to have an illuminated sign

The illuminated sign on a car showing an Uber or Lyft driver arriving is thought to make ride-sharing services safer, according to John Bell, house majority leader of the North Carolina General Assembly. He is sponsoring a law that would require ride-sharing cars to have a “consistent and distinctive illuminated sign.”

NEWS 5/1/19 11:27pm

NC educators, supporters rally in Raleigh

North Carolina educators, school staff and supporters gathered at the Red4Ed NC march and rally in the state capital. They marched to the legislative building to advocate for raising wages, mental and physical health, benefits and degree compensation.

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