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  1. Scott Gaylord represents N.C. legislature in petition to U.S. Supreme Court

    Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord was retained by the North Carolina House and Senate, through the legislature’s Speaker and President Pro Tem, to represent the State in its efforts to get the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that prohibits North Carolina from issuing “Choose Life” specialty license plates.

  2. In My Words: Science, religion and emergence of human life

    Professor Pranab Das writes in regional newspapers about the missed opportunity for reasoned debates and conversations on the nature of human life in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision on Hobby Lobby, insurance and birth control.

  3. Howard Katz engages history, Constitution and future of legal education

    Elon Law Professor Howard Katz was one of 25 professors and the only full-time law faculty member to participate in a National Endowment for the Humanities (NIH) program on Westward Expansion and the Constitution in the Early American republic. He was also selected as one of 22 law professors and deans to participate in a Wolters Kluwer conference on the future of legal education. 

  4. North Carolina lawmakers honor Elon University

    With President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley in attendance, the North Carolina Senate recognized Elon University on July 2, 2014, in a special statement commending the school for its accomplishments and contributions to the world.

  5. New Study USA director visits 'Elon in DC' interns

    Mark Dalhouse, the new director of the Study USA program in the Global Education Center, joined Elon colleagues Pam and Chalmers Brumbaugh in late June to visit 16 students interning this summer in the nation's capital.

  6. Linda Lashendock presents at AHECTA conference

    Lashendock, video archive technologist in Elon's Belk Library, presented two sessions during the annual Association of Higher Education Campus Television Administrators (AHECTA) conference on June 26, 2014 in Denver. 

  7. Elon team provides news coverage of Russian event

    A team of students, faculty, and alumni from Elon University's School of Communications spent a week in June in Ekaterinburg, Russia, covering the 2014 International Collegiate Programming Contest in video, photo, social media and text. 

  8. Lynn Huber publishes column in The Huffington Post

    The chair of the Department of Religious Studies authored "Standing with Kate" for the online news site about the Mormon Church's recent excommunication of a prominent voice in favor of ordaining women in the church.