Highlights from the 2012 Organization fair held on Young Commons. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
Today marks the 11th Anniversary of the attack on New York City's World Trade Center. "I didn't know what happened, no one else knew what happened.
Ronda Ataalla talked to students and faculty about the addition of a new resource on campus for the community. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
The new construction at the Station at Mill Point brings up new issues pertaining to safety on campus.
Nicole Chadwick looked into how residence life will regulate alcohol in the Station at Mill Point. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
Some students raised concerns regarding the summer internship program in the School of Communications.
Several cameras were recently added to the Station at Mill Point, but where will they be put next?
This year’s course management system—the tool used by professors and students for classwork and announcements—has changed from Blackboard to Moodle. Faculty members began familiarizing themselves with the new platform as early as fall 2011. “Overall, the experience has been positive,” said Chris Fulkerson, assistant vice president for technology.
This year we promise to bring you more news, more often. That's why we are Elon's News Leader. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
At the first SGA meeting this semester, Dean Patterson gave an overview of the Alcohol Law Enforcement agency and its responsibilities, reminding students that the agency does periodic checks throughout the year to enforce laws regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol. Executive President Darien Flowers then swore in the freshmen class SGA members, who assumed their positions last night after first-year election results were announced. Following a brief introduction of the new members, Flowers addressed the controversy surrounding Chick-fil-a and its presence on campus, which will be discussed further at future meetings, he said. “We’ve been approached by students with some legislation regarding this issue,” he said.
ELN interviewed Time columnist Joel Stein about his time at the DNC. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
Ed Gordon of BET's "Weekly with Ed Gordon" on why it is important for college students to vote. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
The results of the first-year SGA elections were announced Sept.
A faith-based protest got heated outside of the Charlotte Convention Center Wednesday morning, when a demonstrator accused America of moving away from God. "The Democratic National Convention has come to the conclusion that they don't need God anymore," said Reverand Flip Benham, bellowing into the megaphone at the Operation Save America demonstration. Other protesters holding signs that condemn abortion, homosexuality and other Biblical sins supported Benham, the director of Operation Save America.
DNC keynote speaker Julian Castro on why young people should vote in the upcoming election. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
Brian Mezerski talked to some volunteers at the DNC. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
Nicole Chadwick caught up with one of the youngest delegates at the DNC: 22-year-old David de la Fuente. [div class="alignleft"] [/div]
The 2012 Democratic National Convention got underway on Monday with opening press conferences, caucus sessions and even a parade.