Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This collection pertains to multicultural affairs across Elon's campus. This includes the creation of the Center for Race and Ethnic Diversity, as well as the African and African American studies minor.
The Elon University Scrapbook Collection consists of various scrapbooks compiled by Elon alumni, graduating classes, organizations, and events. The majority of the scrapbooks are from the early to mid-1900’s with several dated post-1970. The majority of the scrapbooks are from individuals who recount their experiences through writing and pictures.
This collection consists of moving images/video created primarily by Elon University organization, partners, and affiliates. The materials document social, cultural, and academic events, activities, people, and traditions of Elon University. Formats include, but are not limited to; VHS, DVDs, reel to reel, U-matic, mini DV’s, DVCAM’s, external hard drives, and born-digital content.
This collection houses LGBTQIA paper records from Elon University. This collection begins in 1998 and continues through the present day. It highlights the start of the Gender and LGBTQIA Center on the campus.
This collection contains programs, flyers, brochures, correspondences, posters, and any other type of printed material that relates to a music event that took place at Elon University. The collection is arranged chronologically. For more detailed information about what is included in the collection, please see the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."
The collection houses information pertaining to Residence Life at Elon University. This includes information about all of the dormitories that have ever existed on Elon's campus, including the current: Colonnades, Danieley, East, Global, and Historic Neighborhoods. Information about various Living Learning Communities (LLC's) around campus are also included.
The collection is composed of information about various scholarships awarded to Elon students over the years. The collection is arranged alphabetically by the name of the scholarship.
The purpose of the Student Government Association, authorized by the Elon University Administration, is to represent the rights and opinions of the student body in a manner consistent with the mission of Elon University, to provide for appropriate student activities, and to join with the faculty and administrators of the university in building a stronger, more effective educational community.
This collection houses information about a committee formed to improve the standard of Elon University student life on campus. Created in the early 1960's, this collection contains minutes, agendas, and memorandums used by the committee until 1995
This collection includes several types of papers starting in 1984, continuing into 2016. Materials included in the collection (but are not limited to) are: budget requests, correspondence, constitutions, and schedules of events. This collection is arranged alphabetically and then chronologically. Please see the section below titled "Historical Note" for more information.
This collection is based around the Elon Teaching Fellows. Included in this collection are papers relating to the yearly trip the fellows take to Washington, as well as their History tours. Also included are meeting minutes, committee and task force information, as well as records of people inducted into the fellows program.
This collection contains programs, flyers, brochures, correspondences, posters, and any other type of printed material that relates to a theatre arts and/or dance event that took place at Elon University. The collection is arranged chronologically. For more information about what is included in the collection, please see the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."
Housed in this collection are papers regarding the beginnings of and continuation of the WSOE Radio Station at Elon University. This collection begins with the creation of the first radio tower on Elon College's campus in 1921 and continues through the present. The station as we know it today, WSOE, began in 1977 though there was a radio tower on the campus prior to WSOE's beginnings.
- Student activities. 3
- Music--Performance. 2
- African American college students. 1
- African Americans--Study and teaching (Higher) 1
- Asian Americans--Study and teaching. 1
- Bisexuals. 1
- College students--Social life and customs. 1
- College theater--United States--North Carolina. 1
- DVDs 1
- Dance recitals 1
- Gay college students. 1
- Gender identity. 1
- Lesbians. 1
- Mini-DV 1
- Performing arts. 1
- Radio in higher education 1
- Student Societies, etc. 1
- Super-VHS (TM) 1
- Transgender 1
- U-matic 1 + ∧ less