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NEWS 10/25/14 10:12pm

Hillary Clinton, Alma Adams campaign for Hagan

Marcela Hawkins and Ashley Bohle "North Carolina is not for sale." Voters chanted this phrase Saturday at the Kay Hagan rally in the Charlotte Convention Center. With Election Day just 10 days away and early voting already underway, NC incumbent Senator Kay Hagan and supporters (former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and NC Congresswoman Alma Adams) addressed the crowd about the importance of being politically active. Adams, who was first to speak, encouraged voters to bring their families and friends to the polls.

NEWS 8/26/14 11:50pm

Carol Grotnes Belk remembered in faculty gathering

A memorial was held today at 4 p.m. in the Oak Grove Lounge of Belk Library in honor of the building's namesake, Carol Grotnes Belk, who passed away Monday, August 25th, just days before her 87th birthday. Associate Chaplain for Protestant Life, Rev.

NEWS 8/14/14 10:21am

Faith Rivers James' New Position at Elon Law

Professor of Law Faith Rivers James has been named Elon University School of Law's first associate dean for experiential learning and leadership. As the director of leadership programs at Elon Law since 2012 and the creator of the school's Public Law and Leadership course, Rivers James has the necessary experience for this role. "Faith Rivers James has been instrumental in building signature programs at Elon Law, including the law school's nationally recognized leadership and attorney mentor programs," said Elon University School of Law Dean Luke Bierman in a statement released by Elon University.

NEWS 4/29/14 11:59pm

First farmers market of the semester brings community together

[youtube=] Thursday marked the first Elon Community Church Farmers Market of the semester, where community members gathered to support local businesses. "The farmers market is a great example of local foods and people in the community coming together to distribute those local foods," said Joe Makowitz, a first-year Elon student. Makowitz went to the ECC Farmers Market opening and says it is important for students to invest in local foods. "There are fewer emissions being spent to get the foods from the farms to the consumers," Makowitz said.

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