Jason Waterman (communication science), Nathan Dean (economics) and Matt Wescoe (political science) have been honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for their academic and athletic performances.
Nearly two out of three respondents in the latest Elon University Poll are unaware that North Carolina laws exist to make many state government records open to inspection by residents.
More state residents than not believe the economy will worsen in 2014, and just 20 percent plan to increase spending on holiday shopping this season compared to previous years.
Registered voters in a November survey showed increasing dissatisfaction with many of their elected leaders and highlighted healthcare as the most important issue in the country.
Jasmine Whaley '13 is seeking to raise $30,000 to expand the Rita Rose Garden in Kisumu, Kenya, a sustainable community garden led by 88 women entrepreneurs that works to feed and support more than 900 people.
The assistant professor of political science spoke with North Carolina's statewide cable news channel about visible disagreements among members of the Republican Party.
Several regional news sources, including News 14 Carolina and the Associated Press, reported on findings from an Elon University Poll conducted in September 2013.
Registered voters in a September survey approved of state rules requiring photo identification at the ballot booth and overwhelmingly signaled that public school teachers are underpaid.
The first Elon University Poll of the fall semester found a majority of registered voters in North Carolina believe the nation and the state are both on the wrong track.
Elon University faculty experts, joined by a colleague from UNC Chapel Hill, explored on Sept. 11 the complexities of resolving a civil war in Syria that has escalated with the use of chemical weapons.
Shifts are open from Sept. 13-16 inside the Gray Pavilion in the Academic Village.
The Caswell County attorney was one of 12 honorees recognized this summer with the 2013 N.C. State Bar Citizen Lawyer Awards.
The assistant professor of political science offered a word of caution about a recent academic report calling for enhanced security at U.S. nuclear plants.
The acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin sparked cries of a broken system from many Americans, but Assistant Professor Kenneth Fernandez warns about the risks of possible court reforms.
The New York Times and other national media outlets have recently published opinions critical of the state, but Assistant Professor Jason Husser counters that the best is yet to come in North Carolina.
Associate Professor Jason Kirk writes in a newspaper guest column how recent elections in the world's sixth-largest nation won't necessarily make the road ahead any easier for the United States.
As part of the award, Brittany Carroll '11 will pursue a master's degree at American University before serving as a U.S. foreign service officer for three years.
Nicole Molinari, Shannon Temlak and Mary Rouse awarded Rutland-Spizer scholarships
Greg Nantz, Parker Tobin and Catherine Bell were recognized for their academic achievements.
Rising senior Greg Honan was awarded the Isabella Canon Scholarship for his academic achievement and contributions to political science program.
Beginning in 2014, the John C. Culver Institute of Politics Scholarship will be awarded annually with full tuition toward a graduate degree at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Assistant Professor Jason Husser writes in a newspaper column about his childhood home's plan to honor a black sheriff's deputy slain in the 1960s.
In a series of interviews with lawyers and career specialists, Sarah Kowalkowski '13 pinpoints the characteristics of students who thrive in law school - and then their profession.
Three winners of the Philip L. Carret "Thomas Jefferson Essay Competition" were named April 25.