Monthly archives for November, 2012

Student Job Opening: Chronicle Seeks ...

Student Job Opening: Chronicle Seeks Advertising Manager
Campus Chronicle Advertising Manager for Spring 2013 Job Responsibilities Generate new advertising sales through direct solicitation of area businesses and campus organizations. Collect, record and report payments made, and follow-up when payments are late. Provide timely follow up on all advertising inquiries, and maintain availability [...]

Presidential Election Results

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By Jodi Guglielmi, A&E Editor November 9, 2012 President Barack Obama has locked in another four years in the White House after a long, hard fought election season. According to Politico.com, Obama won with 303 electoral votes in comparison to Mitt Romney’s 235 electoral votes. Obama dominated the Northeast and upper Midwest, while Romney [...]

Election 2012 – Students react

Election 2012 – Students react
By Chelsie Gastright, Organizations Editor November 9, 2012 Every four years, the American people spend hours in polling lines and on their couches waiting anxiously to hear who will win the 270 electoral votes needed to take the coveted presidential spot. This year, American’s spoke, and with what had been rumored to be eerily similar to the [...]

McCrory wins N.C. gubernatorial elect...

McCrory wins N.C. gubernatorial election; Sims wins High Point mayor
By Olivia French, Staff Writer November 9, 2012 While the race for president had been at the forefront of most students’ thoughts since the school year began, there was another important election that took place at the same time: the race for office right here in High Point and North Carolina at large. This year was a tough race for Democrat [...]

HPU national poll results accurate fo...

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By Savannah Simons, Staff Writer November 9, 2012  The High Point University Poll, now nearly three years old, predicted a close battle between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney throughout the election season this semester. The results of the latest poll, which showed Obama ahead nationally with Romney taking the lead in North Carol [...]

HPU Election Events

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By Jessica Strickler, Staff Writer November 9, 2012 In this election year, various organizations inside HPU have hosted the viewing parties in the Point for the presidential election debates, as well as the election night coverage. Classes were in session for all but the second presidential debate, which took place over fall break. Several ne [...]

Students respond to damage caused by ...

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By Jodi Guglielmi, A&E Editor November 9, 2012  Many High Point University students watched in shock as millions were devastated when Hurricane Sandy came ripping through the Northeast last week. The storm affected at least 24 states in some way, from Florida to Maine and west to Michigan and Wisconsin. As a school that is filled with stu [...]

Filming complete for ‘The Ghost...

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By Melia Sigmon, Photographer November 9, 2012 Assistant professor of media production James Goodman concluded the shooting of his film “The Ghosts We Know,” just a few weeks ago. Most of the crew was student-based, which gave 19 students the opportunity of gaining valuable experience in the filmmaking industry while adding to their resumes. [...]

Women’s soccer completes anothe...

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By Andrew Schleicher, Staff Writer November 9, 2012  Resiliency is a key trait that all good teams have. This year’s women’s soccer team epitomizes resiliency. This year, the team started the season off with a record of 1-4-4 before Big South conference play, but really picked up their game for conference play going 8-1-2. Head Coach Marty Be [...]

Women’s basketball looks to bui...

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By Kevin Russell, Sports Editor November 9, 2012 The High Point University women’s basketball team will open up its regular season at home tomorrow, Nov. 10, against East Tennessee State at 2 p.m. The Panthers will look to build upon last year’s impressive 20-win season. DeUnna Hendrix will lead the team this year following the departure of J [...]