Rather than using this natural disaster as a cute caption on your Instagram post or as an excuse to fly to your untouched home, use it as a chance to empathize with those around you. See being a temporary North Carolina resident as a privilege and an opportunity to serve the state during its loss.
President Trump called the ghostwriter “gutless.” He shamed “the failing New York Times” and other media outlets, as he has done so many times, on principle of being news organizations. In addressing the Op-Ed, he assured his crowd that the media would have nothing to write about in the coming years. Let me tell you that he couldn’t be more wrong.
We are often baited into thinking that “success” is defined by an expansive trophy case or the pieces of paper that hang on one’s wall in their home office. And while undoubtedly those are truly amazing feats, the goal, the award, is not what makes you successful.
It’s easy to doubt the importance of a liberal arts education in everyday life, especially when weighing the value of certain courses for potential career paths. But we should take advantage of ways in which this type of education can help us advance in life, both personally and professionally.
The importance of one’s vote is often overlooked, under-appreciated and undervalued. People want to stay away from politics because it is a polarizing subject, and while someone may not want to talk about politics, this doesn't mean they shouldn’t vote. Voting is a pivotal part of a democracy, and it is another outlet for students to express their political ideologies and make social changes.
Spending your time worrying about recruitment for a sorority or fraternity isn't worth it, columnist Melissa Beck writes.
In some cases, experience outside the classroom is more valuable to a student's future than skills gained exclusively in class, ENN contributor Grace Morris writes.
It’s important that we treat a mental health problem at its onset. Various treatment options exist, but the crucial step is recognizing that we can seek help. If we don’t, we risk decreasing our state of wellbeing, academic performance, and personal motivation to achieve our goals.
President Emeritus Leo Lambert tells us to avoid making a bologna sandwich at the Elon banquet, but it's just as important to make sure everything fits on your plate.
Similar to the experience of Hannah Baker in the seemingly popular Netflix series, “Thirteen Reasons Why," many college students struggle with feelings of helplessness every day.
When it comes to taking action on climate change, women are often left out of the conversation. Women’s voices and perspectives go unheard in decision-making processes and policy reforms that aim to allow the world to adapt to a changing climate, but their experiences have more to do with climate change than some think.
In light of the Starbucks and Syracuse University incidents, the correct word is "discrimination," not "bias" or "prejudice."
On a national day of student media activism, ENN's mission for the Elon community is now more vital than ever.
Living in the bubble of Elon University means it can be hard to see the bigger picture at times. But as Earth Day crops up this Sunday, April 22, now is the perfect time to look at our small part in this very big whole.