NEWS 6/22/21 12:41pm

Judge orders release of law enforcement video from Graham march

 A judge ordered the release of all law enforcement video footage from the ‘I Am Change’ march to the polls in Graham, on Oct. 31, 2020, which ended in marchers pepper sprayed and many arrested. This includes all unedited body camera, dash camera and other law enforcement surveillance footage from that day.  

NEWS 6/9/21 1:51pm

Summer study abroad presents unclear changes for traveling students

International travel is once again becoming a safe activity for vaccinated individuals as vaccine rollout continues around the world. But according to Dean of Global Education Nick Gozik, Elon University students studying abroad this summer should prepare themselves for an experience different than before the COVID-19 pandemic. 

NEWS 5/20/21 11:15pm

Graham protests highlight two different histories

GRAHAM, NC — Exactly 160 years after North Carolina seceded from the Union, a group of pro-Confederacy demonstrators gathered in front of the Alamance County Courthouse waving Confederate flags and listening to a speech by activist H.K. Edgerton. Across the street, a group of counter-protesters waved signs and chanted in favor of the Black Lives Matter movement.

NEWS 5/18/21 1:27pm

Explaining impostor syndrome

Impostor syndrome, or the impostor phenomenon, was first introduced by clinical psychologists Pauline Rose Clance and Suzanne Imes, who originally researched the concept in high achieving women in the 1970s. 

NEWS 5/16/21 12:33pm

Meet the Lumen Scholars

Each year, Elon University selects a cohort of 15 rising juniors as recipients of the Numen Lumen prize, the university’s top undergraduate research award. The $20,000 grant is awarded to aid students in their undergraduate research projects. 


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