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Article by Kate Riley
This past summer, the North Carolina General Assembly altered the face of public education through various budget cuts, program changes and salary alterations. The new budget, passed in 2013, eliminated supplemental pay for advanced degrees, bonuses based on student gains and experience-based raises.
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This past summer, the North Carolina General Assembly altered the face of public education through various budget cuts, program changes and salary adjustments. The new budget, passed in 2013, eliminated supplemental pay for advanced degrees, bonuses based on student gains and experience-based raises.
ISTANBUL — Despite major education initiatives and social reformations since the time of Ataturk, many girls in Turkey still do not receive an education.
An election season inevitably brings much debate and discussion, especially with such different candidates to choose from. As expected, a majority of the chatter on social media sites, television ads and in–person centers on the presidential election.
The Democratic National Convention continued today in Charlotte with another group of prominent speakers. The marquee spot tonight was held by the 42nd president of the United States, Bill Clinton, who dedicated a portion of his speech to the topic of cooperation and collaboration between the Democratic and Republican parties. He referred to this as “partnership over partisanship.”
Tuesday marked the first official day of the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. The highlight of the day’s events included a speech given by First Lady Michelle Obama, whose time slot mirrors that given to Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a week earlier.
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Working for a newspaper, magazine or any type of print medium often brings about negative comments about the state of the print industry. “Print is dead” is a phrase often uttered by, well, everyone. But through my experience interning this summer, I have found the print is very much alive, just in a different way than we might have previously understood it.
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It’s odd to think that this year has come and gone so quickly, especially for those of you graduating in just a matter of weeks. It’s impossible to realize now what is ahead of you in the near future, but I know you will accomplish much and make Elon proud. For four seniors profiled in this edition of The Edge, their dreams span past the confines of the United States — their jobs will bring them to places such as Egypt, Japan, Italy and Moldova.
The Alamance-Burlington School System provides a public school education to students in and around Alamance County, including many children of faculty and staff members of Elon University. However, Elon President Leo Lambert said he has seen a trend of staff members sending their children to surrounding school systems because they're dissatisfied with education in ABSS.
If Congress takes no action by the end of June, the interest rates on government-backed Stafford loans will double July 1. It’s a reality that millions of students face — and that many do not understand — but one that President Barack Obama said is not nearly a high enough priority on America’s agenda.
Kassondra Cloos contributed reporting.
$38,460 is an ominous number. This is the total amount, including tuition, fees, room and board for an undergraduate to attend Elon University in the 2012-2013 school year.
Whenever I pick up any type of print publication, I want to open it up to find stories that I actually want to read and photos that I want to look at. I think we sometimes find ourselves looking at a newspaper, magazine or some other product and create a stereotype for it based on our past experiences with it.
I love my laptop. I remember the day I got in at the end of my senior year of high school, ready to bring it to college. And I use it constantly every day.
Americans hear about gay marriage and the controversy that surrounds the issue every day. It’s on the news constantly on a national scale, but we hear about it locally as well. College campuses are a perfect place for the conversation to arise. Elon does have a strong LGBTQ presence on campus and the recent Pendulum Vote Against article tells the story of a movement in North Carolina against the banning of gay marriage in the upcoming May 8 election.