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NEWS 9/20/17 9:17pm

Lack of diversity among national university presidents prompts discussion on Elon's search

Since 1889, Elon University has had eight presidents. All of them have been white men. And if you ask sophomore Shawna Harris-Lenior, president of the Elon chapter of the National Council of Negro Women, she fully expects that 128-year trend to continue when Elon names its ninth president this year. “When they say they’re looking, all I think is, ‘Oh, white men,’” she said.


NEWS 8/31/17 2:45pm

Elon Move-In: Frenzy at Target

For all those last minute “need-to-have” items, Target comes to the rescue. Students and families flocked to Target today to get everything they may have forgotten at home or didn’t realize they needed. The goal: to buy everything you need while your parents are still there so you don’t have to pay for any of it. But after a few hours, there was no where to park and some items sold out.


NEWS 8/25/17 11:37am

Here's how to set up Philo and HBO GO

Philo is a television streaming and recording students available free of charge to Elon students. Through Philo, students can access popular channels like Philo can be streamed while students are on campus to most laptops, phones, and tablets as well as second generation or higher Apple TVs and Rokus.


NEWS 8/25/17 8:30am

Where are they now? Here's what some Class of 2017 graduates are up to

It’s been three months since the class of 2017 has thrown maroon caps into the air, leaving professors and students eagerly awaiting to hear of their success. Not a moment too soon, Elon graduates have wasted no time in jumpstarting their futures, some landing positions as early as May of 2017. Jane Seidel ‘17 is one of such graduates, beginning her career at the Wall Street Journal in New York City at the beginning of the summer.