At a university where engaged learning is a primary focus, finding the means to manage an investment portfolio as an undergraduate can be a difficult task for students aspiring to be professionals in the financial services industry. But such an opportunity is afforded to a select group of students at Elon University — the business fellows — some of which selected the school largely for the portfolio management program. David Campbell, a senior double major in finance and accounting, was one of those students attracted to Elon because of the opportunity to manage a portion of the university’s endowment. Campbell is one of eight business fellows enrolled in the two-semester senior investment course.
Home | In the Medical Field | Religion & Healthcare | Voting Elon community's perspective on the Health Care Reform Act Home In the Medical Field Opinions Religion & Healthcare Voting About this website In light of the recent election, this report analyzes the extent to which healthcare affects the Elon community.
Balance of power within the Senate and House of Representatives has remained the same following the election Nov.
I’m not a political guy. One look at my Twitter feed and you’ll see a lot about sports, especially Elon University sports.
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An election season inevitably brings much debate and discussion, especially with such different candidates to choose from.
Contrary to popular belief, citizens of the United States do not directly elect people to the highest office in the land.
Time’s running out, but the cam- paigns for President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney have not stopped fighting for their shares of electoral votes in the swing states. North Carolina is one of the battle- ground states that’s been pegged as “lean- ing Republican,” but there’s no way to tell which way the state will actual- ly vote until tomorrow, Election Day. If campaign donations were any indica- tion, Obama would take the state by a land- slide, as he raised more than $1.1 million here in September alone, while Romney pulled in less than $500,000.
Change author to: D. Patrick Brown In a few short days, our nation will face a decision.
Alamance County, home to 151,131 people as of 2010, has a lengthy ballot. The 2012 election features 29 positions in six districts, ranging from President of the United States to County Register of Deeds.
Jack Minor is one of the many students on campus who are tired of the Chick-Fil-A controversy. "Really it was a disappointment because it was embarrassing," said senior Jack Minor.
Twenty members of the Elon University community went head to head in a community debate. There was applause, there were challenges and there was a lot of waffling as four different ideologies met on stage in a mostly-full Whitley Auditorium Oct.
What should have been a quiet morning at the Admissions office over fall break turned into a phone frenzy. Greg Zaiser, the Vice President of Admissions heard from many people who were upset by the national headlines about Chick-fil-A on Elon's campus last week. "It was not received well," Zaiser said.
The legislation to ban Chik-fil-a has sparked conversations all around Elon's campus, and the author of the legislation, senior Lauren Clapp, said she had no idea it would get so much attention. "It has become a horrible symbol that I hope does not stay much longer," Clapp said. But Clapp isn't the only one hearing negative feedback from students.
The Elon SGA voted 21-20-0 to uphold Executive President Darien Flowers' veto. Twenty seven votes were required to override the veto. With the veto upheld, SGA does not take a stance against Chick-Fil-A's presence on campus. The Elon administration ultimately has the final say in whether Chick-Fil-A will remain on campus. Here is how the SGA voted: AYE: Override the veto NAY: Uphold the veto *- Originally voted against Chick-Fil-A **- Did not vote last time AYE: 02, Sam Kahane* 04, Kevin Beach* 08, Ally Briggs* 09, Williem Prins* 13, Joe Incorvia* 14, Sarah Paille-Jansa* 16, Lizzy Ruh* 19, Alex Bohannon* 20, Ruth Robinson* 21, Natasha Schettini* 22, Avery Steadman* 23, Cash Armstrong** 25, Margot Shoemaker* 29, Kris Jiles* 30, Greg Honan* 34, Sarah Dodge* 35, Alexandra Glenn* 44, Kevin Lynch* 45.
The following was given to Elon Local News at a press conference Sunday afternoon: To: The Elon University Community From: Darien Flowers, SGA Executive President Date: October 17, 2012 Subject: Chick-Fil-A Legislation I want to thank all of the members of the Elon community who are here today.
The following memorandum was presented by Darien Flowers, Student Government Association Executive President, during a press conference Oct.
With the rise of computers, the Internet, and smartphones, blogging- or posting written content online- is bigger and better than ever.
A standing ovation welcomed Maya Angelou to Elon University as she emerged from the behind the curtain and captivated the filled auditorium. "God put a rainbow in the cloud," she sang into the microphone, punctuating the last note with a light laugh. Although the melody derived from a 19th century folk song, she explained the significance of the rainbow originates from a Biblical story. "We are told in Genesis that rain had persisted so relentlessly we thought it would never cease," she said.