Ryan Kupperman

My name is Ryan Kupperman and I am News Editor for the spring 2023 semester. I am a sophomore at Elon and have been a student journalist for almost 7 years. Check out my portfolio to see some more of my work. I enjoy long-form, in-depth news and feature writing, and I am hoping to get more experience in broadcast. I also love TV shows — my favorites being Daredevil, Better Call Saul, and Invincible. I’m looking forward to second semester and excited to edit the news!


Recent Articles

NEWS 10/19/22 11:08pm

Campaigning for ABSS Board of Education: Charles Parker hopes to enhance school safety, recruit and retain teachers and improve communication and transparency

As a North Carolina native, husband of 23 years, father to three children and scientist and laboratory director at Duke University, Charles Parker said he is running for the Alamance-Burlington School System’s Board of Education to enhance school safety, improve communication and transparency from schools to the community, recruit and retain teachers and address learning loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


NEWS 10/19/22 10:57pm

Campaigning for Alamance County Clerk for Superior Court: Meredith Edwards hopes to continue improving customer service, information efficiency and transition to e-filing system

Meredith Edwards is a Republican and is running uncontested for her second term as Alamance County Clerk for Superior Court. Having been first elected in 2018, Edwards said she has worked for the last four years to grow and improve the clerk’s office to better serve the citizens of Alamance County.


NEWS 9/12/22 8:43am

Get to know the overnight Elon University staff

It’s 3 a.m. inside Belk Library. Because the building is open all night during weekdays, all the lights remain on. From the first floor, it’s impossible to hear Tammy Wilson, Belk’s overnight janitor, wiping office windows and emptying trash cans on the second and third floors. Even for a library, the silence is overwhelming. 


NEWS 9/2/22 2:26pm

CHEAT SHEET: Buying into Biden's bill

President Joe Biden signed a sweeping bill on Aug. 16 focused on counteracting climate change, as well as Medicare and health provisions and IRS resources, through the biggest investment in U.S. history. The $740 billion package consists of $80 billion to be pumped into the IRS and around $700 billion to be used for new spending and easing deficits. 


LIFESTYLE 8/31/22 9:12am

Burlington residents grateful for new, outdoor gym

The completion of Burlington’s outdoor gym makes it the third one of its kind in the Alamance County area, along with the ones located on Elon University’s campus and in Mebane. Each court is essentially a mirrored version of one another — containing variants in color and visual aesthetic — as they were all designed by the National Fitness Campaign.


LIFESTYLE 8/20/22 2:14pm

Elon University hosts family send-off picnic

Following New Student Convocation Aug. 20, freshmen and their families gathered just outside of Lakeside Dining Hall for the family picnic. For many families, this is the last meal they will share with their children before heading home and leaving them to start the 2022-23 academic year. 


NEWS 8/18/22 11:07am

Elon University freshmen move-in at East Neighborhood

Built in 2018, East Neighborhood is Elon’s newest student neighborhood. With three residence halls, the neighborhood is the host of four LLCs: PAIDEIA, service, honors pavilion and the Elon College fellows. Like Historic, East is made up mostly of freshmen students. East is located just past the Academic Village, next to the Jimmy Powell Tennis Center. 


NEWS 7/1/22 2:02pm

Benevolence Farm expands to Burlington

The end of June marks the first month of operation for Benevolence Farm’s secondary location in Burlington. Benevolence Farm, a non-profit social organization, works alongside formerly incarcerated women who are able to live and work at the farm upon their release. 


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