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OPINIONS 12/10/14 12:45pm

Column: Did USCAA opponents fog Elon's vision?

The distraction of final exams whisked into the past, the Elon University men’s basketball team should have a clear set of eyes heading into Thursday’s game at the University of Missouri. But the two-game mini-homestand against two United States Collegiate Athletic Association opponents might have fogged up the Phoenix a bit as it prepares to face not only Missouri but second-ranked Duke University on Monday, Dec.


OPINIONS 11/30/12 6:54pm

Coming home

BARCELONA—It has been almost three months. I have been to three countries other than Spain and I have been to nine different cities besides Barcelona.


OPINIONS 11/5/12 6:11pm

Absentee voting from Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA — I knew when I decided to go abroad this semester that voting absentee would be part of the experience. I registered to receive my absentee ballot before I left and once I was abroad, I waited early for the email.


OPINIONS 10/4/12 9:10pm

London Impressions and Daily Differences

Elon students studying abroad this semester in London share their impressions, observations and experiences that they have made since arriving to the city .  Expectations By Allie Andrews Expectations can be a difficult thing.


OPINIONS 10/2/12 8:55pm

Correspondents' Corner: Paradox in Paradise

DAKAR, SENEGAL — Goree, a picturesque island just two kilometers from Dakar’s harbor, provided my first refreshing escape from the busy, dirty city of Dakar to a serene, beautiful island still dotted with colonial era buildings and cobblestone paths.