Professor Tom Arcaro illustrates in a newspaper guest column how humans now more than ever are looking beyond politics and lines on a map to provide comfort and aid to those in need.
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.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark in the School of Communications writes in a newspaper opinion column how several "reality" television programs don't accurately portray the roles African-American women play in their communities.
The part-time program is ranked #1 in the South and #5 in the nation by the leading business publication.
Social media reports by J McMerty, director of the "Elon in L.A." program, found worldwide audiences on Nov. 1, 2013, when his flight landed in Los Angeles as a shooting unfolded inside the airport.
The assistant professor of political science spoke with North Carolina's statewide cable news channel about visible disagreements among members of the Republican Party.
The recent kidnappings of Red Cross and Red Crescent volunteers in Syria are the backdrop to a newspaper column from Professor Tom Arcaro on the responsibilities people have to assist aid workers.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine ranks Elon the #22 private university in the nation, based on academic quality and affordability.
Public policy debates on addressing climate change are one thing, but in a newspaper guest column, Associate Professor Dave Gammon says it's time to move past disagreements about the scientific data proving that humans are largely the cause.
When a North Carolina school system temporarily pulled "Invisible Man" from its libraries, Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher turned to newspaper opinion pages to explain why such bans are misguided.
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.
The associate professor of English on Sept. 10 discussed her new book, "Beyond 'The Chinese Connection': Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production," with host Frank Stasio.
With relatives in Syria and steeped in its history, Assistant Professor Haya Ajjan writes in a newspaper guest column about the need for U.S. military involvement to end a brutal civil war while putting a stop to the use of chemical weapons in her home country.