Joseph Navin

Joseph Navin '24 is a Staff Photographer and Staff Writer for Elon News Network. Navin is majoring in Journalism and is minoring in Political Science and Photography at Elon University. When not working for ENN, Navin writes for where he is a News Writer. Navin enjoys taking photographs and writing news stories about the local community here in Alamance County and the aerospace industry.  

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NEWS 6/1/22 6:19pm

NC Senate passes bill to ban instruction on sexual orientation, gender identity in grades K-3

Teachers could be banned from teaching about sexual orientation and gender identity to students in kindergarten through third grades after a bill was passed by the North Carolina State Senate on June 1. House Bill 755, also known as the “Parents’ Bill of Rights,” passed with a vote of 28 for and 18 against. Now, the bill will go to the State House of Representatives.

LIFESTYLE 5/20/22 1:07pm

A look into Elon University commencement setup

During the week prior to the both undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies, contractors and staff from Elon University prepared numerous venues for ceremonies. A majority of the preparations inside Elon University’s Schar Center, the venue for the undergraduate graduation ceremony, began on Friday, May 13. 

NEWS 2/21/22 1:06pm

CHEAT SHEET: The ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis

Jason Kirk provided historical context on this ongoing situation and is an expert in international relations and politics relating to India and is a professor of political science and policy studies at Elon University. Kirk discusses the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine. 

LIFESTYLE 12/20/21 11:53pm

BEST OF: Fountain

Best Of is an annual publication by Elon News Network that surveys students, faculty, staff and the general community on their favorite dining, entertainment outlets, academics and more.   

NEWS 3/12/21 4:58pm

Ricky Hurtado and Amy Galey join panel hosted by Elon University

NC State Senator Amy Galey (R-24) and State Representative Ricky Hurtado (D-63) joined a panel hosted by Elon University discussing their new roles in the General Assembly. The panel is a part of the Active Citizen Series. Galey represents a portion of Alamance County in the state senate and Hurtado represents a portion of the county in the state house.

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