Volume XXIX Issue 25  April 25, 2002

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  • Some Elon dining facilities not up to par
    Last month, Harden, McEwen, Octagon, Acorn Coffee Shop, Cantina Roble, Danieley Commons and the Elon Catering Pantry were inspected by the Alamance County Health Department. Some of the results... Full Story...
  • Drug use in the media has some experts up-in-arm
    Right now, all over this country, a hundred thousand white people from the suburbs are driving around downtown asking every black person they see, ‘You got any drugs? You know where... Full Story...
  • Elon makes way for online registration
    Elon’s rise to university status includes a shift in the way Elon students will be registering for classes in the future. Say goodbye to lines, pens and frantically crossing out... Full Story...
  • Student charged with theft
    An Elon University student arrested for allegedly breaking into four apartments and stealing electronic equipment is facing charges from two police departments and disciplinary action from the university administration. Full Story...
  • Elon looks to improve academic  environment with readership program
    Elon University administration and faculty are considering implementing a new program on campus to encourage increased newspaper readership among students. The program... Full Story...
  • Crime Watch
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  • Greeks show school spirit during a week of fun and games
    Spring brings many exciting events to campus every year. For seniors, it means ending classes, doing research and saying goodbye. For freshmen, it’s getting used to the weather and finishing up their first year of college. Full Story...
  • On-campus crime rises and security works to protect students
    You’ve done it so many times: walking home from Belk Library in the waning hours of a Tuesday night, alone in the dark. You’re completely comfortable; after all, you’re in the heart of the Elon bubble. What could possibly happen to you?  Full Story...
  • Monroe expresses views on oppression, sexuality and religion
    Irene Monroe, an openly lesbian African American minister, spoke at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Whitley Auditorium, where she discussed homosexuality, oppression and religion. Full Story...
  • Mononucleosis concerns Elon faculty and threatens students
    Have you ever kissed someone? Have you ever shared a drink at a party? These are two of the prime means of catching mononucleosis...
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