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Elon Law named among 'best schools for practical training'

The spring 2016 edition of preLaw magazine cites Elon University School of Law in its annual list of schools that "go above and beyond in preparing law students for the real world."

Michael Rich to serve as guest writer on Prawfsblawg

Elon University's Maurice Jennings Emerging Scholar will contribute insights and analyses to a legal blog that features a "variety of topics related to law and life."

In My Words: An open-and-shut case against HB2

Elon University School of Law Associate Professor Enrique Armijo penned a column for North Carolina's largest newspapers in which he argues that state lawmakers passed an unconstitutional law this spring by limiting the rights of local towns and counties to create nondiscrimination ordinances. 

U.S. News features Elon Law as 'pioneer' in legal education

The Elon University School of Law's new approach to legal education earned praise in U.S. News & World Report’s "Best Graduate Schools 2017" guidebook.

In My Words: More than just a game - the emergence of cognitive computing

Elon University scholar Pranab Das' past research on neural networks inspired a guest column published by regional newspapers in which he gives a preview of what humans can expect from computers in the coming years.

In My Words: The threat of Obama

Professor Rebecca Todd Peters' recent blog entry for Patheos.com - a column also published by regional newspapers - deconstructs the historical context for animosity toward President Barack Obama that, in some instances, is directly tied to racism.

In My Words: OscarsSoWhat?

Associate Professor Naeemah Clark recently published a column in regional newspapers about the lack of diversity among 2016 Academy Award nominees, and how recent changes in the Academy will produce a broader selection of nominees in future years.

Elon Poll: In N.C., Donald trumps the GOP but not Hillary

Likely voters in North Carolina would currently vote for either former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders over any of the 2016 Republican presidential nominees, save for one - Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

In My Words: Why the Y is the 'true America'

A newspaper column by Professor Tom Arcaro reflects on the YMCA's first national advertising campaign, "The Y. For a better us," and contrasts the Y's mission with rhetoric in the 2016 presidential election cycle.

Tony Weaver discusses Super Bowl’s economic impact and future

The chair of the Sport and Event Management Department participated in a question-and-answer interview examining topics relating to the National Football League’s championship game.

Naeemah Clark addresses Oscars boycott and its impact on ratings

The associate professor in the School of Communications was featured in an International Business Times article, addressing the 88th Academy Awards ceremony and how a planned boycott will affect the broadcast’s viewership.

Kenneth Fernandez featured in Slate story on abortion

The director of the Elon University Poll shared his analysis of the North Carolina political landscape and the way abortion debates could influence the 2016 elections.

News & Observer publishes Rosemary Haskell column on Brits, Trump and U.S. gun violence

Larry Basirico quoted in Wall Street Journal holiday story

The professor of sociology shared his expertise for a Dec. 9, 2015, column about a Pennsylvania family navigating the holidays for the first time without the husband and wife who brought everyone together each Christmas.

Camerata receives glowing review in N.C. online arts journal