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Owner puts Tony’s Pub-N-Subs up for sale

August 16th, 2016 (0)
Tony’s Pub-N-Subs, a bar and sandwich shop just off Elon University’s campus on West Haggard Avenue, is up for sale, according to owner Tony Caruso. Caruso, who’s owned and operated the shop since its opening in January 2015, posted ...

HAMZIK: Elon’s student newsroom in transition

August 16th, 2016 (0)
I interned at a newspaper this summer that was going through a transition after being bought by a corporate giant for the second time in a year. It was a fascinating experience, seeing firsthand how the media industry is ...

See all of Elon Local News and The Pendulum’s coverage from the RNC

July 24th, 2016 (0)
CLEVELAND — Last week, The Pendulum and Elon Local News jointly covered the Republican National Convention. Instead of covering what everyone else was — Melania Trump’s plagiarism, pandemonium over the rules package and the absence of party leaders like ...

Texas delegate on Cruz’s speech: ‘That took some serious guts’

July 24th, 2016 (1)
CLEVELAND — Nick Allman said Texas delegates were so unsure of whether Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) would endorse nominee and former rival Donald Trump at Republican National Convention, they were taking bets on the topic. Allman was sure his home-state senator would. Cruz ...

As RNC concludes, LGBTQIA rights take center stage

July 23rd, 2016 (0)
CLEVELAND — LGBTQIA rights, a subject that’s kept the Republican Party at odds, surfaced on the crowning night of the Republican National Convention, further deepening the divide and putting into question where the party would stand if Donald Trump ...

Trump in RNC acceptance speech: ‘I am your voice’

July 23rd, 2016 (0)
CLEVELAND — Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president Thursday night, crafting an image of a damaged country while proclaiming to the masses that “I am your voice” and promising that the U.S. will be first again. “My ...

On last day of RNC, protesters relatively quiet

July 21st, 2016 (0)
CLEVELAND — It’s the last day of the Republican National Convention, and while downtown streets are still filled with people, one group isn’t as prominent as expected. Protesters. All week, demonstrators filled Public Square, Prospect Avenue and E. 4th ...

Millennial Republicans express discontent with Trump

July 19th, 2016 (0)
CLEVELAND — Xander Almeida laughs when he says he doesn’t support Donald Trump for president. It’s a laugh of disbelief, a laugh of incredulity and a laugh of fear. When asked what he doesn’t like about Trump, he replies, ...

At RNC, Millennials look to future of Republican Party

July 18th, 2016 (0)
CLEVELAND — Cassie Unruh’s been coming to Republican National Conventions since she was born. Now 17, she says she’s finally old enough to care about what happens. Her mom, Kendal Unruh, has been a Colorado delegate in the last seven ...