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In My Words: There’s nothing like the Iowa Caucuses

March 3, 2020

This column by Emery Eisner '22 focuses on her experience covering the Iowa Caucuses during the Winter Term course "Iowa: The Trail Starts Here" in January. The column was published by The Burlington Times-News.

In My Words: The fire this time – Australians ‘on the beach’

January 14, 2020

In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of English Rosemary Haskell writes about the fires that are ravaging Australia, noting how fears about nuclear annihilation decades ago have given way to fears about the impact of climate change. The column appeared inThe Burlington Times-News and The Greensboro News & Record.

In My Words: Integrity of impeachment process relies upon being fair

January 3, 2020

In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Associate Professor of Journalism Amanda Sturgill urges members of Congress to rely upon a sense of fairness as they consider impeachment and potentially removing President Trump from office. The column was published by the Charlotte Observer, the Raleigh News & Observer, the Greensboro News & Record, the Burlington Times-News, the Rocky Mount Telegram, the Greenville Daily Reflector and other media outlets.

In My Words: The story of Esoup, a victim of persecution

December 17, 2019

Professor of Sociology Tom Arcaro recently penned an opinion column about the charges levied against the government of Myanmar being considered in the U.N.-based International Court of Justice. The column was published by The Rohingya Post.

In My Words: How to tell family stories that make a positive difference

October 15, 2019

In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Political Science and Policy Studies Laura Roselle offers insight into how to explore your family's narrative. The column was published in the Greensboro News & Record, the Burlington Times-News and the Lexington (N.C) Dispatch.

In My Words: Which straw will break the camel’s back? Bad behavior and job security

October 15, 2019

In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of English Rosemary Haskell writes about the sometimes fuzzy logic that determines whether an executive is fired for bad behavior. The column was published by the Raleigh News & Observer, the Greensboro News & Record and the Burlington Times-News.