Maybe this is the new norm and I have to accept it. Silly me for thinking I was going to inherit a nation that was supposedly “indivisible,” as I robotically recited in the Pledge of Allegiance in grade school.
The Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life has demonstrated a commitment to multifaith engagement that has been solidified with the construction of the Numen Lumen Pavilion in 2013. The building itself is a representation of our mission to provide a âsafe place for spiritual growth, ...
With the highly anticipated release of Captain America: Civil War at the end of this week, the summer blockbuster season is well underway.
It is no secret that Elon is continually advancing its facilities and resources. Noise from construction projects has become almost as expected and understood as the whistling sound of the train passing by.
Over the past twenty years, social scientists have found that religious beliefs and practices are linked to mental health and functioning. In a study called “Religion and mental health,” Behere et.
Ever since its first trip to England in 1969, Elon’s study abroad program has steadily risen in popularity, and is today considered an essential cornerstone in the Elon identity.
Over my years of chaplaincy I've noticed a trend among seniors. I think it sharing my observations will help you to place yourself in these strenuous days. In the spring of the senior year, and every now and then in the late fall, when you hoped you'd have your best times of all, things tend to fall apart.
To college students, it seems that summer is a bit of a paradox. It is labelled as a “vacation,” a time for students to take an extended break from the busy student life cycle.
I am from Ecuador, but my race is not Latina or Hispanic When I decided to come study in the United States I knew that my Ecuadorian culture and the American culture where different.
As students living in North Carolina, I’m sure you’ve heard all about House Bill 2. (If you haven't yet, do a quick Google before reading this.) One of the ways you’ve probably heard more about it in the news is the fact that many musicians are cancelling their shows in opposition of the discriminatory law. Musical groups and entertainers such as Ringo Starr, Bryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen, Cirque du Soleil, Boston, Blue Man Group and most recently, Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas, have canceled their performances in North Carolina to boycott the law. Seeing this headline really makes me feel conflicted.
Today in America, politics run practically every aspect of our lives. The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are no exception.
Societal views can be black and white, and a world without gray is a world without balance – a world without acceptance.
A few months ago, I published a column criticizing the overwhelming willingness of the media and society in general to sweep charges of rape and sexual assault under the rug for well-respected males in a feeble attempt to maintain their shiny images.
Elon University’s move to the Colonial Athletic Association, announced May 2013 but not official until July 2014, was met with considerable financial weight and legitimate concerns with regard to travel and level of competition. But about two years in, fresh off the first CAA Championships that Elon hosted, it’s clear that the move was the right move for not just the athletic department, but the institution as a whole. Elon’s Jimmy Powell Tennis Center hosted the CAA Tennis Championships last weekend, with both the Phoenix men and women falling in tight semifinal matches.
As I flipped through last week’s edition of the Pendulum, I was struck by how many photos looked similar: a panel of white, male students discussing politics.
Since its passage into law nearly four weeks ago, the North Carolina legislation House Bill 2 (HB2) has caused the state a considerable amount of trouble.
Welcome to banquet season. A weekend of seclusion spent with fraternity brothers and their dates at the beach may sound relaxing, but the weeks leading up to it definitely are not for the girls attending.
Wyoming is the least populous state. With just 29 Republican and 18 Democratic delegates in the caucuses and three Electoral College votes, it carries very little significance in the 2016 presidential election. But results from the April 9 Democratic caucuses reflect a larger issue of voter disenfranchisement.
In the last few weeks, Elon Dining unveiled new takeout boxes with large orange letters on the top, reading “Compost.” These new lables serve to remind students that the boxes are compostable, just one of many initiatives used to encourage students to live sustainably.
It seems hard to believe, but we’re already approaching the end of spring semester. While the yearning dreams of summer may already be fresh in our minds, it’s time once again for the annual onslaught of exams and final projects.