Articles by Eliza Darden
About Eliza Darden (2 Articles)
Eliza Darden Smith is a third-year law student at Campbell University and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Eliza Darden grew up in Wilson, North Carolina, and graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a Bachelor’s degree in both Political Science and Criminology. Eliza Darden’s professional interests include appellate and general litigation. She enjoys spending her free time with family in Morehead City, reading, or hanging out with friends.
Lighthouses were born out of necessity—to guide mariners into harbors and to warn them of perilous shoals, shallows, and coastlines. To those seafarers, lighthouses soon became symbols of hope, safety, and home. North Carolina is fortunate enough to have seven historic lighthouses. Having ...[Continue Reading]
The idea of capital punishment and its legality have enveloped the news and media for centuries. But where did the death penalty come from, how has it developed over time, and how much longer will it be around? ...[Continue Reading]