Elon College--Cultural programs.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
In 2013 Elon University celebrated its 125th year as an educational institution. This collection contains information pertaining to the celebration held throughout the campus and the planning leading up to it.
This collection is comprised of the Cultural Calendars which summarize the music, visual, theatre, and lecture events that have taken place at Elon each year. The collection is arranged chronologically. The Belk Library Archives and Special Collections has an internal database that documents all the specific events included in the collection. Please consult a member of the Archives staff for more information about specific events included in the collection.
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 includes programs, schedules of events, newspaper clippings, and other documents related to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Program held in January at Elon University. The collection is arranged chronologically.
This collection includes papers relating to the May Day Celebrations at Elon. The main purpose of May Day is to celebrate the unity of different nations in this world through the common bonds of mutual interests. There has been different celebrations concerning May Day worldwide, but they all express the purpose of welcoming a change of season, which is Spring.