Monthly Archives: November 2013

50 years later, John F. Kennedy still remembered, death remains topic of debate

By Connor Cavanaugh It was 50 years ago today that our country stood still, listening to Walter Cronkite announce, “President Kennedy died at 1 p.m. Central Standard Time. 2 o’clock Eastern Standard Time, some 38 minutes ago.” The images of John … Continue reading

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Social media is changing the conversation in the age of the Internet

Real, face-to-face conversations don’t have a delete button or a backspace feature. Social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as text messaging, has changed the way people make friends, and interact with the people they already know. … Continue reading

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Elon Camerata, Chorale and Élan to sing at homecoming concert Nov. 9th

The Elon University Chorale, Camerata and a capella group Élan are joining together for a concert on Friday, Nov. 8th in Whitley Auditorium to kick off homecoming week at Elon. The groups will be singing a selection of songs individually, … Continue reading

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Same-sex marriage to be legalized in Illinois upon signing of bill by Gov. Pat Quinn

By Connor Cavanaugh One out of every three Americans currently live in a state where same-sex marriage is legal, and this number is about to rise even higher when Illinois governor Pat Quinn signs a bill into law, legalizing same-sex … Continue reading

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Local North Carolina elections expect low voter turnout on election day 2013

Less than 24 hours before election day voting is scheduled to commence at First Baptist Church of Elon, a custodian was sweeping floors of a room bare of any set up or electoral personnel. “They’ll probably be here later this … Continue reading

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