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In the United States alone, 16 million children are living in poverty. Those 16 million children do not have access to high-quality education, and they are half as likely to graduate as those who grow up in economically sound areas.
Editor's Note: Factual inaccuracies have been corrected.
UPDATE: As of Oct. 1, Colonnades has been reevaluated and received a score of 95.
To anyone that knows me well, one thing is clear: I’m a planner. I like to-do lists and spreadsheets, and without the “Stickies” app on my computer, I would essentially be lost in life. In fact, when my hard drive crashed earlier this summer, I lost every one of my virtual Post-It notes and had to — gasp — recall things from memory. It was awful.
This morning, Elon University's Board of Trustees announced its decision to keep Chick-fil-A on campus, after a contentious months-long debate regarding the restaurant's presence on campus. Read on for an official statement from President Leo Lambert, SGA Executive President Welsford Bishopric and members of the Vendor Policy Study Committee.
He decided he wanted to be the next Hemingway while sitting in a laundromat. He abandoned his pursuit of becoming a Baptist preacher when his faith in God was shattered. His first job after graduate school, with two master’s degrees under his belt, was at a video rental store.
There's just something about the Oscars.
Pat McCrory, the 74th governor of North Carolina, delivered his inaugural speech Jan. 12 in Raleigh. Throughout the speech, McCrory addressed a number of issues affecting residents of the state, including the economy, unemployment and the education system.
Take a look at some of today's most successful Broadway shows. What do you notice?
When Virginia Novine-Whittaker began studying music, her reason for choosing the saxophone was a bit unorthodox.
The 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States continues to influence campus discussions and prompt Elon University to promote an atmosphere of peace and tolerance.
Elon University's annual Homecoming concert will feature We the Kings and Chris Webby this year, according to a press release from the Student Government Association.
Senior Bert Brokaw has rapidly become an important member of Rip_Chord, Elon University's only all-male a cappella group. Brokaw, a strategic communications major, is about to embark upon what could be Rip_Chord's most exciting year yet, including an appearance on the "Voices Only 2012" college a cappella compilation album. The Pendulum caught up with Brokaw for a sneak preview of the group's upcoming semester.
No matter how you look at it, the "Jersey Shore" cast is having an interesting week.
Black Box Theatre. Yeager Recital Hall. McCrary Theatre.
Recent Elon University graduate Matt Meigs ‘12 just closed the book on a whirlwind four years. As a music theater major, Meigs used his built-in support system in Elon’s Department of Performing Arts to thrive onstage, culminating in a principal role as Claude Hooper Bukowski in the Fall 2011 production of “Hair: The American Tribal Love Rock Musical.” The Pendulum spoke with Meigs about his time at Elon and how he will use lessons from college in the real world.
Here’s a social experiment. Next time you’re in your dorm with suitemates, or taking a road trip with friends, grab your iPod and play “I’ll Make a Man Out of You.” As Donny Osmond’s silky-smooth voice filters through the speakers, take note of how many people can recite the song without missing a single lyric (some may even add animated gestures while they sing). As long as you’re singing with fellow college students, I’m willing to bet at least half of your group will complete the song seamlessly.
Rebecca Iannucci talks about Pride & Prejudice and the other amazing articles found in the style section in this weeks edition of The Pendulum.
Find out more on this week's double truck, Dr. Danieley's lifetime of maroon and gold, Rebecca Wickel discusses her time with the infamous Dr. Danieley. While Rebecca Iannucci discusses Elonthon and Pride & Prejudice.
Rebecca Iannucci flies solo for this podcast discussing the features and style pages at The Pendulum this week. An Elon Law student who is 2 ft tall? A feature on Elon's sex talk show? Find out more on this week's podcast.