In Feb. 2011, peaceful protests broke out in Syria against the current president, Bashar al-Assad, demanding movement toward becoming a more democratic state. In response, Assad’s forces retaliated and have continued to violently suppress the demonstrators. In defiance of the regime’s actions, a group of military officers from the Syrian […]
Should undocumented immigrants within the United States be given a legal status to be able to remain in the country? This question...
The first annual “Gospel Explosion” held on Friday, Nov. 13, was spearheaded by Revolution Dance Ministry. RDM, the newest ministry...
Dear student body, I often hear people calling for us to act as a community; that is to respect one another, to try and understand...
The first round of ENC’s The Voice singing competition on Oct. 9 began with “blind auditions,” where eight contestants were chosen to sing for the four Senior coaches. The coaches then chose which contestant they wanted to work with. Each coach ended the night with two contestants on his or […]Read more ›
The ability to own land, to have a say in government, and to be free are all rights that most Americans would say are vital to our existence as a nation. Freedoms like these are what make our country great. But, shouldn’t Americans also have the freedom to be healthy? […]Read more ›
What started as a desire for knowledge among the common man has turned into a rigid system that forces information down the throats of students whose creativity is strangled by teachers who have no say in the curriculum they teach, or the methods in which they introduce the curriculum. A […]Read more ›
Since the 1930s, when the possession and sale of marijuana was made illegal in the United States, there has been an endless debate between those who wish for marijuana to remain illegal, and those who wish for it to be fully legalized. Both sides have presented a cacophony of convincing […]Read more ›
Earlier this month, University of Missouri system President Timothy M. Wolfe resigned and the university’s Chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin, agreed to step down to a smaller role at the end of the year. Students and faculty have been protesting for months because of racial tensions on the university’s campus that […]Read more ›
Starbucks has recently come under fire with a select group of Christian customers because of the absence of religiously-oriented decorations on the 2015 holiday. Pinpointing the start of the controversy leads to an evangelist by the name of Joshua Feurestein, who decided to create a video on Facebook. He stated […]Read more ›
ENC’s new step team, I and I, premiered their first performance during the pep rally on Nov. 9. I and I will perform during halftime at the Men and Women’s basketball games on a rotating schedule with the Spirit Team. The team was founded by Senior Michelee Cherry in hopes […]Read more ›
During the last few years, there have been major ethical flaws in the NFL’s response to their athletes that committed acts of domestic violence. One of many media-popular stories is the altercation between Ray Rice and girlfriend, Janay Palmer. Rice was caught on an elevator camera knocking Palmer unconscious after […]Read more ›
Countless people wait outside on a barricaded sidewalk on a chilly November day, the day after Thanksgiving, anticipating the moment when the doors finally open. When they do, a stampede of of people rushes through the doors, some running over each other just to get inside. Arguments and frustrations arise between people who have been waiting for hours just […]Read more ›
The Spiritual Development Office has yet to receive a new campus Chaplain and Vice President for Spiritual Development, having narrowed the search down to only three candidates. President of the College Dr. Corlis McGee and Student Development Vice President Jeff Kirksey are at the helm of the decision process, joined […]Read more ›