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U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates fired for not supporting immigration ban

February 14, 2017 11:54 am

Attorney General Sally Yates was relieved from her position after her refusal to support President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. In a statement released by the White House, President Trump said, “The acting Attorney General, Sally Yates, has betrayed the Department of Justice by refusing to enforce […]

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Four SGA Executive Positions Running Unopposed

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The majority of the candidates running for Executive SGA positions will be running unopposed this year. When the Student Development Office announced the candidates on February 3, four positions only had one person in the running, including Vice President (Junior Kirsten North), Director of Publicity (Sophomore Niki Ghosh), Administrative Assistant (Sophomore […]

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Second Town Hall Forum Addresses the Cutting of Three Majors

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On February 1, ENC held its second town hall forum addressing the discontinuation of the Music, Theatre, and English and Literature Majors. Similar to the first town hall forum, President Dr. Corlis McGee, Provost Dr. Timothy Wooster, and Jeff Kirksey were present to answer students’ questions. One theater major asked about […]

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Proposed Partnership Between Trevecca and ENC Announced

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A proposal to form a partnership between ENC and Trevecca Nazarene University was announced during campus community meetings held on both campuses February 6. According to Nazarene.org, “The proposed partnership includes shared administrative oversight, operational cost efficiencies, shared program resources and expanded impact.” ENC President McGee stated, “The proposed partnership […]

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President Trump’s First Weeks in Office

February 8, 2017 8:11 pm
President Trump’s First Weeks in Office

With President Trump’s first few weeks in office, he has been stirring controversy with his many executive orders since his inauguration on January 20. President Trump has remained true to his campaign promises with his time in office so far through his executive orders on matters such as the immigration wall, […]

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Men’s Volleyball Pre-Season Footage

February 9, 2017 12:05 pm

In its first season here at ENC, the Men’s Volleyball team is boasting an impressive 3-1 record. In the video below, you will hear from Head Coach Hewitt and some of the players about their expectations from the pre-season.

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Climate Change Should Not Be a Debatable Issue

March 22, 2017 1:15 am
Climate Change Should Not Be a Debatable Issue

  Trump’s appointee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, is a controversial pick, specifically for his denial of the evidence for man-made climate change. In an article he had written for the National Review, he argues that the data backing climate science is uncertain and that there is […]

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Fusion Team Fundraiser Leaves McCoy Pied

February 9, 2017 9:21 am

  The school-wide fundraiser, Pie-in-the-Face, took place at the men’s basketball game against Gordon on January 25 to benefit the ENC’s Fusion teams. Throughout the week leading up the big game, students had the opportunity to put money in jars with the picture of either Professor William McCoy or Chaplain Montague Williams on […]

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#OscarsNotSoWhite

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences release of their nominations for the Oscars this year shocked people with the records that were broken. Aside from “La La Land”‘s record-tying nomination for 14 Oscars (“All About Eve” and “Titanic” also received 14 nominations), there were more African-American nominees in this year’s Oscars […]

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Celebrity Deaths of 2016

February 8, 2017 7:47 pm
Celebrity Deaths of 2016

Many iconic musicians and celebrities died in 2016. While not every celebrity is mentioned, it is important to know that our hearts go out to all who have died in the past year. David Bowie (69) Many felt that Bowie’s death in January set the tone for how terrible 2016 […]

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