Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity Education (CREDE)
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.
D.J. Bowden Collection
LGBTQIA at Elon collection
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.
Literary Societies Collection
Marjorie Hunter Collection
May Day Celebrations at Elon
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.
Robert Holyfield Collection
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.
Student Government Association at Elon
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.
Student Life Faculty Committee Collection
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
Wesley Alexander Collection
William N. Hilliard Collection
WSOE Elon Radio Station
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.
- correspondence 4
- Student activities. 2
- World War, 1939-1945. 2
- African American college students. 1
- African Americans--Study and teaching (Higher) 1
- Alamance County (N.C.)--History. 1
- Asian Americans--Study and teaching. 1
- Bisexuals. 1
- Cold War (1945-1989) 1
- College sports -- North Carolina. 1
- Gay college students. 1
- Gender identity. 1
- Journalists--United States--Women journalists. 1
- Lesbians. 1
- Radio in higher education 1
- Student Societies, etc. 1
- Transgender 1
- Undergraduates 1
- Watergate Affair (1972-1974) 1
- Women journalists. 1 + ∧ less