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At my internship this summer, I’ve moved from doing the majority of my journalistic writing with a newspaper mentality to a radio mentality. I’m interning at WCHL, a radio station and increasingly multi-platform news organization in Chapel Hill that focuses on local news around the area. That’s your Chapel Hill, your Carrboro, your Hillsborough, et cetera. And making this transition makes the differences in the two journalistic styles more readily apparent.
On May 25, thousands of Elon University students received a diploma that represents the exchange of time and tuition for the training and guidance one needs to start a career.
As the North Carolina State Board of Elections prepared to investigate allegedly illicit donations to members of the North Carolina General Assembly and Governor Pat McCrory, McCrory replaced all five members of the board. However, some officials on the state board do not believe the replacement was part of an attempt to suppress the investigation.
In an increasingly technological and Internet-centric society, there are few things people keep secret from one another or feel uncomfortable talking about in a work setting. Except for religion.
As North Carolina’s new General Assembly has been getting more and more attention both in and outside of the state, the Elon Poll surveyed North Carolinians to see how citizens feel about their new legislature.
While marriage equality is often discussed in the news and on social media, Elon University’s LGBTQIA panel discussion showed that there are many other pressing issues in the community.
The Supreme Court captured the attention of the Elon University community last month as it heard arguments about marital rights of LGBTQ-identified Americans, an issue that has elicited both activism and criticism from Elon students, faculty and alumni.
As long as there are humans, there is going to be sewage. In Burlington, the majority of treated sewage is applied to farmland as a cheap replacement for fertilizer. But some question the safety of this practice.
On-campus housing at college has historically been structured according to traditional gender norms, with boys and girls in separate rooms or separate buildings. But students at Elon University and other North Carolina colleges seek to change that.
Sequestration, gun control and the state legislature constituted the questions in the most recent Elon Poll, which released results March 1 and March 4. The live-caller telephone poll of 891 residents was conducted Feb. 24-28, and the results have a margin of error of 3.28 percentage points.
In the wake of the Great Recession, North Carolina borrowed funds from the federal government to pay for the citizens’ unemployment insurance. Now, the state is cutting benefits to help pay back that debt.
Note: By the time this article ran, the NC General Assembly gave the legislation an "unfavorable report." This means that similar legislation will be marked as being "unfavorable" and this will be made known to the representatives by the clerk and allows them the opportunity to vote to accept the report and kill the bill. This makes it unlikely for any further medical marijuana legislation to be considered in this legislative session.
After taking the pulse of North Carolina voters during the 2012 presidential election season, the Elon Poll now seeks to determine how North Carolina citizens feel about various state and national issues.
Textbooks no longer being sent through the InterLibrary Loan program might seem like a new policy for Belk Library, but it isn’t a change from what the library was already doing.
Four years ago, it was the stimulus package and the health care bill. Now, it’s immigration reform. Recent proposals from the Senate and the president may make immigration reform the first big legislative push of Barack Obama’s next four years.
With music, television and even books turning digital, now the wave of web-content has turned to the classroom.
Google Inc., creator of the world’s most popular search engine and owner of sites such as YouTube and Blogger, recently faced one of its few real challenges to future growth. And it came out relatively scot-free.
At the University of Ghana, each department nominates one student each year to travel abroad to study. For the 2012-13 year, James Nti-Omane was nominated.
Author Tom Montgomery Fate read excerpts from “Cabin Fever," which chronicles his life in the woods, at Elon University Oct. 1 during a lecture sponsored by the English department, the environmental studies department and the Office of Sustainability.
Students are able to return to Egypt to study after the height of Egypt’s 2011 revolution closed Elon University's abroad program at American University in Cairo.