Perla Salazar-Rangel

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NEWS 9/24/19 12:00am

Taqueria Aztlan es un sabor familiar

BURLINGTON — Solo toma 10 minutos en carro a Burlington para que Paloma Figueroa, estudiante de último año, sienta el sabor de su hogar. Figueroa va a Taquería Aztlán para comer tacos y visitar a la dueña del restaurante quien la hace sentir bienvenida cada vez que va.

LIFESTYLE 9/27/18 12:00am

Desde Perú hasta Elon

Un estudiante tradicional en Elon University se gradúa a los 22 años. Al graduarse, la gente les preguntan donde se ven en 10 años, pero Luis Renato no tiene que imaginar que va a estar haciendo a los 32 años porque ya lo está viviendo.

NEWS 4/12/18 6:32pm

Different mentoring programs on campus aide minority students

SMART has been a mentoring program that has been around for nearly 24 years, according to the program coordinator and assistant director of The Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity Education, Brandon Bell.  Bell wants to emphasize the importance of mentoring and diversity, so they promote the program to students who identify as African American/Black, Latinx/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native American/American Indian, Alaskan Native, Multiracial (ALANAM).

LIFESTYLE 10/9/17 6:28pm

Activist by day, mother by night

Elon University students have always been part of a busy campus culture. Students often have to balance classes, meetings and working on-campus jobs. Citlaly Mora felt these pressures while she was a student at Elon just a few years ago. The Elon alumna graduated in 2016, and had to balance all of the above — and more.

NEWS 8/25/17 11:52am

Eating at Elon: Meal Plan Breakdown

An essential part of Elon student life is deciding on a meal plan that will sustain the student for the school year ahead. There are various meal plans that Elon provides for its students that gives them access to dining halls, retail locations, and a few other perks.

NEWS 3/7/17 8:00pm

Latest parking lot sparks curiosity among Elon Elementary

Elon University is continuing to grow its campus with the expansion of the Love School of Business and the Schar Center. Its latest expansion effort can be seen with the construction of a new parking lot adjacent to the McMichael Building. The parking lot is set to have 165 parking spaces available for faculty, staff and visitors, according to Dan Anderson, vice president of University Communications. It will replace some existing parking spaces between the Colonnades Neighborhood and McMichael. The spaces being eliminated will be used for Sankey Hall. The construction of the parking lot is set to be complete by the end of the 2017 spring semester, which is when Sankey Hall will begin to be built.

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