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ELON POLL: ​N.C. voters more tuned in to leaders in Washington than to those governing in Raleigh

The most recent survey also found that nearly half of all voters say the congressional redistricting process is "not fair at all" though many are unsure of the details of the process.

Elon experts offer insights into impact of the Rev. Billy Graham

Assistant Professor of Political Science Jason Husser and Associate Professor of Communications Anthony Hatcher offered their thoughts on the career of the Rev. Billy Graham, who died Feb. 21 at the age of 99. 

When the Rev. Billy Graham came to Elon

Rev. Billy Graham, the prominent pastor and evangelist from North Carolina who became a counselor to presidents, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 21, at his home in Montreat, N.C. at the age of 99. 

FOX8 profiles Elon Anatomical Gift Program

The High Point, N.C. FOX affiliate produced an extended segment on the program, launched in 2017, for its Buckley Report.

Husser featured in segment on the divide between Democrats, Republicans

WFMY News 2 turned to Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon Poll, for his thoughts on how voters feel about members of the opposing political party. 

Podcasts feature Pope-Ruark's Scrum work 

The work of Rebecca Pope-Ruark, associate professor of English, on Scrum has been featured on two top higher education podcasts.

Alumna's research into Lyme disease highlighted on the Today Show

Sarah Whiteside '13, now pursuing a doctorate at the University of Utah Health, is researching why some Lyme disease symptoms persist even after antibiotic treatment. 

Clark featured in NBC News piece about controversial Super Bowl ad from Dodge

Naeemah Clark, associate professor of communications, offered her insights for an article that looked at the automotive company's decision to use civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in a Super Bowl commercial. 

Times-News article on 'commuting culture' cites retired Professor of Economics Tiemann

Tom Tiemann, the founding dean of the Love School of Business and former Jefferson-Pilot Professor of Economics, offered his insights for the article exploring the commutes of Alamance County workers. 

In My Words: ​Mass deportations will have major consequences

Tom Arcaro, professor of sociology, writes in this column for the Elon University Writers Syndicate about the economic consequences of ending temporary protection status for hundreds of thousands of immigrants.

The Conversation: How lotto scammers defraud elderly Americans and fuel gang wars in Jamaica

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Policy Studies Damion Blake writes for The Conversation about the source of money that's funding increased violence in his home country. 

Elon student gets noticed for designing, building electric motorcycles

Shan Roy, a first-year Elon student from Mooresville, N.C., recently talked with the Mooresville Tribune about his projects.

Elon to launch four-year engineering degree in fall 2018 

The new program will enable students to complete their engineering education on the Elon campus and choose from a variety of academic concentrations. 

In My Words: ​Working-class white voters aren’t the only group that needs media coverage

Naeemah Clark, associate professor of communications, writes in this column for the Elon University Writers Syndicate that the media has ignored the concerns of other voting blocs in their recent political coverage. 

Ghoshal interviewed for FOX8 report on societal tipping points

Raj Ghoshal, assistant professor of sociology, offered his insights to reporter Bob Buckley for a recent segment on when societies reach the point that they call for social change.