Emery Eisner


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NEWS 1/17/20 3:57pm

Vaping on the campaign trail

After a slew of vaping-related illnesses led to more stringent federal regulations, some presidential candidates on the campaign trail have been pushed to confront their stances on vaping and e-cigarettes. 


NEWS 1/17/20 3:57pm

Vaping on the campaign trail

After a slew of vaping-related illnesses led to more stringent federal regulations, some presidential candidates on the campaign trail have been pushed to confront their stances on vaping and e-cigarettes. 


NEWS 1/17/20 3:57pm

Vaping on the campaign trail

After a slew of vaping-related illnesses led to more stringent federal regulations, some presidential candidates on the campaign trail have been pushed to confront their stances on vaping and e-cigarettes. 


NEWS 1/16/20 8:26am

SGA treasurer, finance board amend treasurer’s manual

Throughout Winter Term, Amanda Yaffa, senior and executive treasurer of Elon University’s Student Government Association, will draft changes to the treasurer’s manual with the finance board. Yaffa said she hopes to see the changes implemented in the spring semester when she said SGA will likely vote on the issue at the first or second business meeting in February.


NEWS 1/13/20 6:06pm

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg addresses Iowans

Presidential hopeful, Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, spoke to roughly 300 people in attendance about the issues of climate change, economic instability and gun control, among other topics. Many of Buttigieg’s talking points were related to President Donald Trump.


NEWS 1/11/20 11:00am

Reminding Iowans and college students of political alternatives

Vote Common Good, an organization promoting liberal activism during the 2020 election cycle will be taking its message across all 50 states and is looking to give a voice to college students. VCG Political Director Rob Ryerse said this is the type of outlet certain students are looking for. 


NEWS 11/2/19 8:51am

Some students seek to stay on campus during Fake Break

Elon University will be closed following J-term from January 25 to February 2, 2020 for fake break, according to Residence Life. Like Thanksgiving, winter, and spring breaks, students may not remain on campus in their residence halls unless they submit a formal request.


NEWS 10/11/19 8:24am

Thinking like a lawyer: Preet Bharara addresses Elon Law

Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, spoke to Elon University School of Law students and faculty as well as members of the Greensboro community Thursday night. Bharara’s talk, part of the Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series hosted at the Carolina Theatre in Greensboro, centered around his legal experience, and how it informs his day-to-day life. 


NEWS 9/12/19 10:00am

Elon faculty pushes to reopen the historic train depot

Elon’s train depot may have closed in 1961, but the connection shared between the railroad and the university still remains. Now, almost 60 years later, more and more members of the Elon community advocate to reopen the depot in what is sometimes known as the Elon Train Committee.


LIFESTYLE 5/23/19 8:00am

Elon Fulbright scholars reflect on the application process

Every year, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards about 2,000 grants to recent graduates and graduate students in over 140 countries in six global regions. This year, five Elon seniors and an alumna were awarded Fulbright grants, an increase from four students last year. Four recipients accepted while two declined.


NEWS 4/18/19 8:00am

Students and staff push for local train station

Elon University students have relied on alternate forms of transportation to get to and from campus over breaks, and faculty have often commuted upwards of an hour each way to get to and from work. This is something assistant professor of philosophy Ryan Johnson would like to change.


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