Politics


NEWS 9/16/14 10:00am

Elon students works as campaign manager for local politician

Election day is less than two months away, and while most students educate themselves about political platforms, one Elon student does more to help a local politician. Sophomore Gabriel Corbett is the campaign manager for school board candidate and Assistant Bursar Jeremy Teetor.


NEWS 6/22/14 5:09pm

Lawsuit Against Sheriff Johnson Heads to Federal Court

A United States District judge ruled that the civil lawsuit against Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson can proceed. Sheriff Johnson, who is accused of illegally targeting Latino drivers in Alamance County, failed to reconcile during a mediation conference in Durham last week, after a hearing in Winston-Salem earlier this month. The U.S.


NEWS 1/15/14 5:45pm

Obama, McCrory discuss job creation for graduates at Air Force One

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NEWS 10/8/13 2:50pm

Shutdown Felt by Current and Past Elon Students

Although Washington D.C. is about 300 miles away from Elon's campus, the impact of the government shutdown, which has gone on for a week now, is being felt by several members of the Elon community. Junior Katie Blunt, a Lumen Scholarship recipient, is one of those people.


NEWS 10/2/13 1:03am

Obamacare and students: what you should know

On Tuesday, one of the biggest bills of this generation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) will take effect. The bill, also called Obamacare, is meant to be the Obama administration's answer to the issue of healthcare accessibility. On Oct.