Students and alumni gathered in McCoy Commons to discuss several current issues troubling American politics Nov. 14 at a meeting sponsored by the Elon Political Forum and moderated by senior Jackie Pascale and junior Lucia Jervis from the Elon News Network.
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In the 2016 election, 50.4 percent of students in over a thousand secondary-level institutions voted, according to the National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement (NSLVE).
Suicide is the second most common cause of death among college students, according to the American Psychological Association. An online suicide-prevention training that launched in March 2017 is available to members of Elon University, but according to Anita Smith, assistant director of counseling services, it doesn’t replace mental health experts.
Last Saturday, the 2017 Intersect Conference keynote speaker, Kat Blaque, candidly addressed important, yet ignored topics on gender and sexuality, dating, growing up, failures and white supremacy.
North Carolina voters think the investigation into President Donald Trump’s administration’s potential Russian connections is a “serious matter,” and will likely reveal more criminal activity, according to the Elon University Poll results released Nov. 14.
U.S. President Donald Trump (left) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin talk after a meeting on the closing day of the 25th APEC Summit on Nov. 11, 2017 in Da Nang, Vietnam. Photo from Tribune Content Agency
Blanco with her parents and younger brother in front of the El Avila mountain range, a view visible from the house she grew up in. Photo courtesy of Isabel Blanco.
The empty building on the corner of Williamson Avenue, across from the McEwen building and next to Eleonore’s Hair Design will soon no longer be lacking business. Cynthia Huffines & Associates, an up-and-coming interior design company, is moving in and expected to open their doors on Nov. 29.
Sophomore Isabel Blanco smiles as she talks, her bubbly laugh filling the crowded common room. The center of attention, Blanco perches on a beanbag with a friend. The Resident Assistant (RA) of the hall begins to speak, outlining health and safety inspection rules.
The national Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Board of Directors voted to suspend the Elon chapter. According to Tad Lichtenauer, Lambda Chi Alpha National Director of communications & IT, the suspension is a result of repeated social violations over several semesters, including holding un-registered parties off-campus.
For the first time in seven weeks, the Elon University football team has fallen in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) rankings. The Phoenix falls from No. 7 in the STATS FCS poll to No. 11. In the FCS Coaches Poll, the Maroon and Gold dropped six spots, from No. 9 to No. 15.
If Elon can glean a slimmer of hope from its game against Duke, it's this — it doesn't have to play the Blue Devils again.
Saadia Munford brings the ball up court in a game against Winthrop on Friday, Nov. 10 in Alumni Gym.
Dmitri Thompson drives against a Duke defender on Friday, Nov. 10.
Duke's Alex O'Connell pulls down a rebound against Elon on Friday, Nov. 10.
Brian Dawkins shoots a layup against Duke on Friday, Nov. 10.
Dainan Swoope shoots a free throw against Duke on Friday, Nov. 10.
Steven Santa Ana puts a shot over a Duke defender on Friday, Nov. 10.
Steven Santa Ana shoots a layup against Duke on Friday, Nov. 10.