Inventory of the EUA038 Cultural Calendar Collection, 1974 - ongoing EUA038

Inventory of the EUA038 Cultural Calendar Collection, 1974 - ongoing
EUA038


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Elon University
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Elon, North Carolina
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Descriptive Summary

Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Elon University
Title: EUA038 Cultural Calendar Collection, 1974 - ongoing
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in the Carol Grotnes Belk Library Archives and Special Collections at Elon University. Please contact the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for further details about the location.
Abstract: 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.
Extent: 15.75 linear feet, 2 boxes and 4 oversize flat file cabinet drawers

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Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.


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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], EUA038 Cultural Calendar Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.


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Gift or Purchase Note

Unknown. Materials collected and assembled over many years to form collection.


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Accession Information

Not applicable


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Processing Information

Processed by Katie Nash, August, 2012

Encoded by Shaunta Alvarez, May 2013


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Arrangement

The collection is arranged chronologically.


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Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.

Elon College. Cultural Programs -- Calendars.
Elon University. Cultural Programs -- Calendars.
Elon University -- Archival resources.

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Related Material

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Cabinet 3, Drawer 3. Oversize flat file cabinet. Copy 1's. 1974-Spring 1994.
21 folders.
1974-1975.
* September 15. Organ Recital.
* September 24. Troubadour-Harpist Recital.
* October 8-9. Artist-Author.
* October 9. Visiting Sociology Scholar.
* October 22. The Haddens, Piano Duo-logue.
* October 24. The Haddens, China Lecture.
* October 27. Elon College Choir - Choral Vespers.
* October 29. Visiting Accounting Scholar.
* November 4. Elon College-Community Orchestra Concert.
* November 19. Baritone Recital.
* December 5. Elon College Band Concert.
* December 8. Elon College Choir, Handel's "Messiah."
* December 10. Elon College Choir, Christmas Carol Service.
* February 14-15. Opera Nights.
* February 17. Visiting Education Scholar.
* February 26. Visiting Religion Scholar.
* March. 11. The Amanza Trio, Violin-Piano-Cello.
* March 23. Elon College Choir, Palm Sunday Choral Vespers.
* March 24. Charlotte Symphony Chamber Orchestra.
* April 15. Organ Recital.
* April 21-26. Liberal Arts Forum Symposium Week.
* April 28. Elon College Community Orchestra Concert.
* May 8. Elon College Band Concert.
1975-1976.
* September 14. Organ Recital.
* September 21. Mezzo Soprano, Recital.
* September 23. Piano Recital.
* October 5. Lyric Coloratura Soprano.
* October 11. Bicentennial Program.
* October 21. Fiori Musical, Chamber Ensemble.
* November 2. Choral Vespers, Elon College Choir.
* November 5. Poetry and Prose of the Wordsworth Circle.
* November 6. An Interview with Thomas Jefferson.
* November 10. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* November 19. Yankee Doodle: Soldier of the American Revolution.
* December 4. Elon College Band Concert.
* December 7. Handel's "Messiah."
* December 9. Christmas Carol Service, Elon College Choir.
* February 10. An Evening with Mark Twain.
* March 4. A Decade of Conspiracy - from Dallas to Watergate.
* March 11. George Washington Live.
* March 15. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 19-22. Liberal Arts Forum.
* April 26. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 29. Elon College Band Concert.
* May 10-11. "Oh, Penelope," North Carolina Opera.
1976-1977.
* September 12. Faculty Organ Recital.
* September 21. The Mac Frampton Triumvirate, Lyceum Series.
* September 28. "The Lion's Club," No. 1 of the Lyceum "Elizabeth R" Film Series.
* September 29. An Evening with Irv Weiner, Magician.
* October 5. "The Marriage Game," No. 2 of the Lyceum "Elizabeth R" Film Series.
* October 7. Music Department Voice Recital.
* October 12. "Shadow of the Sun," No. 3 of the Lyceum "Elizabeth R" Film Series.
* October 19. "Horrible Conspiracies," No. 4 of the Lyceum "Elizabeth R" Film Series.
* October 26. "The Enterprise of England," No. 5 of the Lyceum "Elizabeth R" Film Series.
* October 28. Worship Service.
* October 31. Elon College Choir, Choral Vespers.
* November 2. "Sweet England's Pride," No. 6 of the Lyceum "Elizabeth R" Film Series.
* November 5. Music Department Organ Recital.
* November 8. Pops Concert.
* November 9. "Woman's Role in History," Woman in Life and Art Symposium.
* November 11. Opera Scenes.
* November 16. Indian Instrumentalist, Lyceum Series.
* November 16. "Woman as Portrayed in Art," Woman in Life and Art Symposium.
* November 18. UNC-Greensboro Dance Company.
* November 18. "Woman as Martyr," Woman in Life and Art Symposium.
* November 23. "Woman in the Judaic-Christian Traditions," Woman in Life and Art Symposium.
* November 30. "Woman in Literature," Woman in Life and Art Symposium.
* December 2. Elon College Band Winter Concert.
* December 5. "Messiah," Elon College Choir.
* December 7. "Woman in Politics," Woman in Life and Art Symposium.
* December 9. Christmas Carol Service, Elon College Choir.
* January 24. "Diary of a Country Priest," No. 1 of the Liberal Arts Forum Film Series.
* January 31. "Shop on Main Street," No. 2 of the Liberal Arts Forum Film Series.
* February 7. "Lower than the Angels," No. 1 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* February 8. "The Virgin Spring," No. 3 of the Liberal Arts Forum Film Series.
* February 10. Educating Space Age Children.
* February 13. "The Harvest of the Seasons," No. 2 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* February 14. "A Man for All Seasons," No. 4 of the Liberal Arts Forum Film Series.
* February 15. "The Grain in the Stone," No. 3 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* February 16. Hackberry Cavalier, Alpha-Omega Players Dinner Theater.
* February 21. "The Hidden Structure," No. 4 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* February 22. "Music of the Spheres," No. 5 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* February 28. "The Starry Messenger," No. 6 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* March 1. "The Majestic Clockwork," No. 7 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* March 7. "The Drive for Power," No. 8 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* March 8. "The Ladder of Creation," No. 9 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* March 14. Elon College Community Orchestra Concert.
* March 15. Guitar Concert, Lyceum Series.
* March 22. "World Within World," No. 10 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* March 23. Avery County High Mountain Cloggers.
* March 24. Interest Pressure Groups in Washington, Pi Gamma Mu Lecture.
* March 28. "Knowledge of Certainty," No. 11 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* March 29. Scottish Baritone concert, Lyceum Series.
* April 4. "Generation upon Generation," No. 12 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* April 4-7. Liberal Arts Forum Spring Symposium.
* April 5. "The Long Childhood," No. 13 of The Ascent of Man Film Series.
* April 25. Elon College Community Orchestra Concert.
* April 28. Worship Service.
* May 5. Elon College Band Spring Concert.
Spring 1985.
* February 5. Langley Air Force Base Woodwind Quintet.
* February 10. Up with People.
* February 12. Touch Mime Theater.
* February 14. Emanons Jazz Ensemble.
* February 19. African Historical Religions: A Conceptual and Ethical Foundation for Western Religions.
* February 20. One Word of Truth.
* February 26. Cello and Piano Recital.
* February 27. Crossroads.
* February 27. Vocalist Recital.
* March 5. Dickens You Say!
* March 7. Senior Recital, Soprano.
* March 11. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* March 14. Senior Recital, Soprano.
* March 17. Senior Recital, Piano.
* March 18. The Battle of Grandfather Mountain, 1952-1969.
* March 19. Comedian.
* March 21. Sophomore Recital, Soprano.
* March 22. Burlington Boys Choir Concert.
* March 25-26. Spring Worship.
* March 27. The Living Relation of Religion and Economics.
* March 31. Faculty Recital, Tenor and Piano.
* April 2. Chamber Music Concert.
* April 18-20. Godspell.
* April 23.The Olympic Experience.
* April 26-27. Construction Company Dance Concert.
* April 29. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 30. Student Recital, Saxophone and Flute.
* May 2. Elon College Concert Band.
* May 5. Faculty Recital.
* May 9. Elon College Choir and Chamber Singers.
Fall 1985.
* September 16-18. Central American Teach-In.
* September 18. An Experiment with Shakespeare.
* September 25. North Carolina Shakespeare Festival.
* September 25. Lens Implant Surgery.
* September 30. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* October 1. Fall Worship Service.
* October 7. Guest Recital.
* October 8. Deregulation of the Telephone Industry.
* October 9. Acid Rain and Other Atmospheric Deposition Problems.
* October 10. The Reconstruction of Huckleberry Finn.
* October 13. Faculty Recital.
* October 14. Guest Recital.
* October 23. Liberal Arts Forum Speaker.
* October 24. Guest Recital.
* October 24-25. Story Theatre.
* October 30. Cornelius-Crawford Duo.
* November 7. Kerns and Company.
* November 10. Guest Recital.
* November 10. Faculty Recital.
* November 12. Honors Convocation: Turing's Grandchildren: Remarks on Culture, Education and Computers.
* November 17. Chamber Music Recital.
* November 20. Metabolic Effects of Diabetes.
* November 22. Construction Company: Dance Concert.
* November 24. Faculty Recital.
* December 2. Tahuantinsuyo.
* December 5. Elon College Band Concert.
* December 8. Moravian Lovefeast and Candlelight Service.
* December 9. Christmas Concert.
* December 12. Elon College Community Orchestra and Chorus.
Spring 1986.
* February 4. Faculty Recital.
* February 9. Classical Guitar Duo, Guest Recital.
* February 13. Emanons Concert.
* February 16-18. South Africa Symposium.
* February 16. The Island.
* February 17. South Africa's Future.
* February 17. America's Role in South Africa's Future.
* February 17. Bend or Break: South Africa's Challenge.
* February 18. The Church's Divided Voice in South Africa.
* February 18. Education in South Africa.
* February 18. Coexistence: Can It Be Achieved Without Violence?
* February 18. Options for South Africa's Future.
* February 19. Chemical and Biological Warfare: The Invisible Killer.
* February 25. The Future of the Republican Party and Campaign Spending.
* February 27. African-American Dance Ensemble.
* February 28. Guest Recital.
* March 4. Capital Punishment Debate.
* March 6. Classical Guitar Recital.
* March 9. Voices in the Rain, Jomandi Productions.
* March 11. Hypnotist.
* March 13. Faculty Recital.
* March 16. Faculty Recital.
* March 19. Women and Politics.
* March 24. Faculty Recital.
* March 25. Grease Heat.
* April 12. H.E.L.P. Conference.
* April 13. Faculty Recital.
* April 16. The Art of Painting Wildlife.
* April 17-19. The Fantastics.
* April 22. Educating Christians for the 21st Century.
* April 22. Second Aldo Leopold Festival.
* April 23. The Impact of Coastal Development on Natural Resources.
* April 25-26. Construction Company, Dance Concert.
* April 28.Elon College Orchestra Concert.
* April 29. Appalachian Folk Music Concert.
* May 1. Band Concert.
* May 2. Burlington Boys Choir Concert.
* May 4. Faculty Recital.
* May 8. Choral Concert featuring the Elon College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers and the Alamance Chorale.
Fall 1986.
* September 14-18. Real Men and Real Women Symposium.
* September 14. Man vs. Woman Game Show.
* September 15. Psyche and Wholeness.
* September 15. Film Screening: World of Light.
* September 16. Managing Your Stress.
* September 16. Women's Reality/Mens' Reality.
* September 17. Men and Women at Work.
* September 17. Being Real in Relationships.
* September 18. Gender Roles.
* September 21. Soprano Recital.
* September 22. Shakespeare on Stage.
* September 24. North Carolina Shakespeare Festival.
* September 28. Emanons Parents' Weekend Concert.
* October 1. Fat as a Biological Concept.
* October 2. Winston-Salem Symphony.
* October 7. The New Song Movement in Chile.
* October 9. Clyde Edgerton.
* October 10-11. Fall Drama Production.
* October 13. Science and Abstract Art.
* October 14. Fallen Angels.
* October 15. Developmental Cytology of Freshwater Sponges.
* October 16. Clarinet Recital.
* October 20. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* October 28. Appalachian Folk Music Concert.
* October 29-20. Fall Religious Forum.
* October 29. Faith Development among College Students.
* October 30. Educating Christians for the Twenty-First Century.
* November 4. Fifty Years of Big Band.
* November 9. Mezzo-Soprano Faculty Recital.
* November 10. Jill McCorkle.
* November 12. Scorpions.
* October 21-22. Dance Concert.
* December 1. "In Dulci Jubilo" Orchestra/Choral Tree Lighting Festival Service.
* December 2. Trombone Recital.
* December 3. The Future of Corporate America.
* December 4. Elon College Band Concert.
* December 6. Elon College Madrigal Dinner and Concert.
* December 14. Moravian Lovefeast.
Spring 1987.
* February 3. Guest Recital.
* February 5. Emanons Welcome Home Concert.
* February 7. Trouble in Tahiti.
* February 8. An Evening of Russian Fine Arts.
* February 9. The Constants of Russian History.
* February 10. Soviet Influence in Eastern Europe.
* February 11. Alcoholism in the USSR: A Study of Stress in Soviet Society.
* February 12. The History of Soviet-American Relations: Czarist Russia Until the Present.
* February 15. American and Soviet Smokescreens: How We View Each Other.
* February 16. Fearful Warriors: A Psychological Profile of U.S.-Soviet Relations.
* February 16. Revisioning Soviet Political and Economic Interests.
* February 13. United States Navy Atlantic Fleet Brass Quintet.
* February 17. The Fulbright Experience.
* February 17. The Acting Company: The Gilded Age.
* February 23. Two Hundred Years with the United States Constitution, Part 1.
* February 23. Affirmative Action V. Reverse Discrimination.
* February 25. The Interpretation of the Book of Revelation.
* February 26. Two Hundred Years with the United States Constitution, Part II.
* February 26. Congressman Philip M. Crane.
* February 26-28. Greater Tuna.
* March 1. Faculty Recital.
* March 2. Two Hundred Years with the United States Constitution, Part III.
* March 2. Immigration Reform.
* March 2. United States Immigration Policy and Central Americans: Asylum Denied.
* March 3. Borealis Wind Quintet.
* March 3. Environmental Problems.
* March 3-4 Aldo Leopold Ecology Symposium.
* March 4. Environmental Politics and Ethics.
* March 5. Marianne Gingher.
* March 8. Gershwin Concert.
* March 9. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* March 10-11. Honors Colloquium.
* March 10. The Vanishing Family: Crisis in Black America.
* March 11. Experiments in Truth: Family Policy and Social Responsibility.
* March 15. Faculty Recital.
* March 31. Guest Recital.
* April 3. Burlington Boys Choir.
* April 5. Faculty Recital.
* April 7. Eugene O'Neill's Hughie.
* April 9. Handel's Messiah.
* April 10. Trombone Clinic.
* April 10. Emanons Spring Concert.
* April 15. Elon College Concert Band.
* April 20. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 21. Mime and Story.
* April 21. Poetry and Novel.
* April 21-22. Religious Arts Festival.
* April 22. Drama.
* April 22. Bone Marrow Screening in a Clinical Laboratory.
* April 23. Social Networks in Emigration from Hungary Before WWI.
* April 26. Guest Recital.
* April 30-May 3. Working, a Musical.
* May 6. Aquaculture, Farming with Water.
* May 7. Elon College Concert Band.
* May 8-9. Construction Company, Dance Concert.
* May 12. Guest Recital.
* May 14. An Evening of Choral Music.
Fall 1987.
* September 13. McCoy Tyner Trio.
* September 14. Shakespeare: Stage and Film.
* September 16. North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, A Midsummer's Night Dream.
* September 17. Guest Recital.
* September 20-23. Families of Origin-Families of Choice: A General Studies Symposium.
* September 20. Appalachian Folk Musician.
* September 21. The Idea of Family.
* September 21. Family Stress.
* September 22. Our Stories, Ourselves.
* September 22. Mixed Blessings.
* September 23. Families of Choice.
* September 23. Choosing Families: A Dialogue with the Author.
* October 2. Emanons "Jack's Back" Concert.
* October 5. What to Look For in The Glass Menagerie.
* October 6. The Glass Menagerie.
* October 8. Feminism in a Global Perspective.
* October 10. National Association of Teachers of Singing Artists award competition.
* October 14. Ethics for the Institutional Decision Maker.
* October 22. Science Fiction Writer.
* October 26. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* November 1. Emanons Parents Weekend Concert.
* November 3. Appalachian Folk Music Concert.
* November 8. Faculty Recital.
* November 10. Unfinished Business in the Middle East.
* November 17. United States Navy Commodores: Jazz Ensemble.
* November 20. United States Air Force Symphony Orchestra.
* November 21-22. Construction Company: Dance Concert.
* November 30. Festival Christmas Concert.
* December 4-5. A Royale Madrigal Dinner and Concert.
* December 6. Moravian Lovefeast.
* December 8. Elon College Symphonic Winds.
Spring 1988.
* February 8. National Opera Company, The Barber of Seville.
* February 9. Emanons Welcome Home Concert.
* February 11-14. Elon College Drama Department, The Diary of Anne Frank.
* February 15. Chanticleer.
* February 18. Voice and Piano Recital.
* February 22. Duquesne University Tamburitzans.
* February 24. Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.
* March 1. The Ballet of Los Angeles.
* March 6. Faculty Recital.
* March 8. Faculty Recital.
* March 9. Speaker.
* March 22. Joe Williams + 3 and the Emanons of Elon.
* March 25-26. Alamance Civic Dance.
* March 31. Appreciating Moliere and The Farce of Scapin.
* April 4. North Carolina School of the Arts Senior Repertory Company, The Farce of Scapin.
* April 6. Ethical Issues in Business.
* April 8-9. An Evening of One-Act Plays.
* April 11. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 21. The Acting Company: Much Ado About Nothing.
* April 22. Burlington Boys Choir.
* April 28. The Stuff of Women's History in North Carolina.
* April 29-30. The Construction Company, Dance Concert.
* April 29. The Friday Night Concert.
* May 1. Faculty Recital.
* May 6. An Evening of Choral Music.
* May 10. Elon College Symphonic Winds.
Fall 1988.
* September 1. Beausoleil.
* September 7. Magician Kevin Spencer.
* September 12. Third World Revolutionary Movements: Myth and Reality.
* September 12. The Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, former President of Zimbabwe.
* September 13. Rob Owen.
* September 14. John McCutcheon.
* September 15. Centennial Opening Convocation.
* September 19. Arthur Ashe.
* September 20. Film Series: Casablanca.
* September 25. Artists' Reception: North Carolina Landscape Paintings and Outdoor Sculptures.
* September 27. Seven Gifts of the Beginning Teacher.
* September 25. Global Issues Symposium: The Palestinian People.
* September 25. An Evening of Palestinian Culture.
* September 26. The Palestinian People: Tragedy and Hope.
* September 27. American Perceptions of Arab-Israeli Disputes.
* September 28. Israel and the West BAnk Palestinians.
* September 28. Problems and Prospects of a Settlement.
* September 29. What to Look For in Macbeth.
*October 3. North Carolina Shakespeare Festival
* October 4. Film Series: Dr. Strangelove, or How Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
* October 5. Centennial Lecture Series
* October 6. Slovak State Folk Ensemble.
* October 11. Hypnotist James Mapes.
* October 13. Orson Scott Card.
* October 14. Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs.
* October 14. Emanons 100th Anniversary Concert.
* October 17. The Red Clay Ramblers.
* October 18. Glasnost and the Future of United States-Soviet Relations: The Emigre's View.
* October 19. Film Series: Citizen Kane.
* October 25-26. Duo Pianists Richard and John Contiguglia.
* October 29. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* November 1. Washington Ballet.
* November 3. Fred Chappell
* November 8. Trombone and Piano Recital.
* November 11-12. Elon College Drama Department: Tintypes.
* November 14. Chicago Brass Quintet.
* November 15. Film Series: The Bicycle Thief.
* November 16. Centennial Lecture Series.
* November 18-19. Elon College Construction Company.
* November 28. All on a Christmas Evening: Elon's Festival Tree Lighting Concert.
* November 30. Journalist Gary Moore.
* December 1. Jane Powell.
* December 2-3. A Royal Madrigal Dinner and Concert.
* December 4. Moravian Lovefeast.
* December 5. Film Series: The 39 Steps.
* December 6. Elon College Symphonic Winds.
Spring 1989.
* January 27. Guest Recital.
* January 30. Warsaw Wind Quintet.
* February 2. Film Series: La Strada.
* February 4. Comedian Melvin George.
* February 5. La Tuna.
* February 7. Nine Women.
* February 8. Elon College and the Field of Biology in the 21st Century.
* February 9-12. Elon College Theater Arts: Commedia Tonight.
* February 9. Folk Musician Concert.
* February 10. Elon College Chamber Singers: Hungarian Homecoming Concert.
* February 12-13. Dramatist.
* February 12. "Don't Start Me Talking or I'll Tell You Everything I Know: Sayings From the Life and Writings of Junebug Jabbo Jones," Volume I.
* February 13. "You Can't Judge a Book by Looking at the Cover: Sayings from the Life and Writings of Junebug Jabbo Jones," Volume II.
* February 14. Film Series: My Brilliant Career.
* February 14. Emanons of Elon.
* February 15. Tar Heel Tunes and Tales.
* February 16. Centennial Convocation: Elon's History and Future as a Church-Related College.
* February 16. The United Church of Christ and Higher Education.
* February 16. Where Faith and Learning Meet.
* February 19. Artists Reception.
* February 20. An Evening of Chamber Music.
* February 21. Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
* February 23. The Worker's World in Piedmont Mill Villages, 1880-1930.
* February 27. Music and the Underground Railroad.
* Feb. 28 N.C. Teaching Fellows Seminar.
* March 1. Lecturer Arthur Ashe.
* March 2. Reading and Commentary.
* March 5. Faculty Recital.
* March 7. Film Series: On the Waterfront.
* March 7. Is Feminism Finished?
* March 10. Comedian/Ventriloquist.
* March 12. Coral Concert: A new beginning featuring the "grand staffs."
* March 14. Jazz Concert.
* March 28. Florida State University Center for Music of the Americas: An Evening of Latin Jazz and Music of the Caribbean.
* March 29. Elon College and the Field of History in the 21st Century.
* March 29. Comdiean/Impersonator Tony Domenico.
* March 30. Film Series: Wild Strawberries.
* March 31. Elon College Invitational Jazz Festival: The Emanons of Elon.
* April 2. Manifest Destiny, Unsettling America's Family Farmers.
* April 2. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 4-6. Storytelling as a Homecoming Event.
* April 4. Storytelling as a Creative Art.
* April 5. Storytelling as a Family Affair.
* April 6. Storytelling as a Redemptive Act.
* April 6-9. Elon College Theater Arts: The Dining Room.
* April 11. Lecturer Dr. Carolyn Ellis.
* April 11. The Acting Company, Bella and Samuel Spewalk's Boy Meets Girl.
* April 12. Morality, Relativism and Truth.
* April 13. Film Series: Zorba the Greek.
* April 14. Poetry Reading.
* April 19. The Prospects for the New Administration.
* April 19-20. Liberal Arts Forum Symposium: Contemporary U.S. Politics.
* April 20. Holidays in Hell.
* April 21-23. Voices From the Past.
* April 25. Keynote Address.
* April 25-27. Centennial Symposium: Reaffirming a Tradition of Service.
* April 26. Professions as Service.
* April 27. Service Outside the Profession.
* April 27. Students Making a Difference.
* April 28. Comedian Randy Levin.
* April 29. Centennial Open House.
* May 2. Elon College Symphonic Winds.
* May 5. North Carolina School of the Arts Senior Repertory Company, Story Theatre.
* May 8. Mayfest: Elon College Choral Department.
Fall 1989.
* September 12. Fall Convocation.
* September 12. Phil Woods Quintet.
* September 17. The Earth is a Living System.
* September 17-21. Earthwatch '89: An Environmental Symposium.
* September 18. Bringing the Rainforests Home.
* September 18. Concert for the Earth.
* September 19. Selections from Missa Gaia.
* September 19. A Discussion About the Cousteau Society.
* September 19. Threats to the Global Oceans.
* September 20. Basic Science for Environmentalists.
* September 21. North Carolina Environmental Groups Fair.
* September 21. Roundtable: What's Next for Elon College?
* September 18-October 14. Tri-State Sculptors Exhibition.
* September 21. The Chestnut Brass Company.
* September 25. Elon College Community Orchestra Strings: Benefit Concert.
* September 26. Organ Recital.
* September 29. Student Talent Show.
* October 2. Cocaine, Contras, and the Constitution: Is Oliver North a Patriot?
* October 3. Missouri Repertory Theater: Alan Ayckburn's Absent Friends.
* October 4. The Poverty System.
* October 4. Symposium: Poverty and Illiteracy.
* October 4. Who is "Functionally Illiterate"?
* October 7. New Performing Dance Company.
* October 9. Facutly Recital.
* October 10. Film Series: The African Queen.
* October 12. Apartheid: The Struggle for Freedom in South Africa.
* October 12. From Lieder to Opera.
* October 15. Published Authors Tea.
* October 18. Business Leaders Seminar.
* October 19. Transforming the Canon.
* October 23. Press on, Regardless.
* October 24. Mark Twain on Tour.
* October 25. For a Second Century: The Elon College Faculty Lecture Series.
* October 25. Israel's Wisdom -- from Proverbs to Ecclesiastes.
* October 27. Emanons Homecoming Concert: Salute to the Big Bands.
* October 31. Film Series: My Life as a Dog.
* November 2. The Riot Act.
* November 2. A Reading from The Great Dismal, Along with Songs and Stories from Coastal North Carolina.
* November 3-5. South Pacific.
* November 5. Artists Reception: Betsy Gant, painter, and Regional Fiber and Mixed Media Artists.
* November 9. Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.
* November 11. The Billy McLaughlin Group.
* November 14. Film Series: Nashville.
* November 14. The Leaves Have Turned: A Fall Choral Concert.
* November 19. Elon College Gospel Choir: Fall Concert.
* November 19. Faculty Organ Recital.
* November 20. Lecture by Dr. Marvin L. Morgan.
* November 30. Lynn and Friends.
* December 1-2. Wonder Tidings: Elon's Annual Christmas Festival.
* December 3. Moravian Lovefeast and Candlelight Service.
* December 4. Elon College Community Orchestra: Sing-A-Long Performance of Handel's Messiah.
* December 5. Film Series: A Night at the Opera.
* December 7. An Elon Christmas on Scott Plaza.
* January 10 (1990). For a Second Century: The Elon College Faculty Lecture Series.
* January 16 (1990). Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?
Spring 1990.
* February 2. The Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble.
* February 11. Dwight Merrimon Davidson Contemporary Print Exhibition.
* February 11. Elections in Central America.
* February 11. Jazz Extravaganza.
* February 12. The Winston-Salem Symphony and Chorale with the Elon College Chamber Singers.
* February 13. Film Series: Lawrence of Arabia.
* February 15. Jomandi Productions: James Dejongh's Do Lord Remember Me.
* February 16. Woodwind Quintet of the Tactical Air Force Command Band.
* February 20. Living the Curriculum.
* February 20. The National Opera Company: Donizetti's Don Pasquale.
* February 22. Women's Rights Since Roe vs. Wade.
* February 27. Feminist Ethics: Contributions of a Different Voice.
* March 5. Faculty Jazz Recital.
* March 6. Chicago City Limits.
* March 8. Faculty Recital.
* March 11. An Evening of Vocal Duets.
* March 12. The Psaltery.
* March 13. Tulsa Ballet Theater.
* March 13. Film Series: Conrack.
* March 26. The Criminal Trombonist.
* March 27. Film Series: Becket.
* March 28. Creative Problem-Solving in the Arts: From Idea to Image.
* March 28. The Yellow Wallpaper.
* March 30. Region 5 Science Fair.
* April 1. Gallery Opening: Artifacts and Pictures from the Archives of the Federal Theater Project.
* April 1. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* April 1. Collegiate Gospel Music Festival.
* April 5. Panel Discussion: Student Activism at Elon in the Late 1960s: Personal Views.
* April 10. Film Series: Annie Hall.
* April 11. The C.C.C. Boys.
* April 17. Lecture by Frances Moore Lappe.
* April 18. Songs and Stories of the Dust Bowl.
* April 20-21. Elon College Drama Department: Triple A Plowed Under.
* April 23. Faculty Recital.
* April 25. Lecture by Admiral Stansfield Turner.
* April 26. The Emanons Spring Concert.
* May 1. A Gift of Spring: Elon College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers.
* May 3-5. Springfest: A Festival of the Arts.
* May 4-5. Elon College Construction Company Spring Concert.
* May 6. U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters.
* May 7. Elon College Wind Ensemble Spring Concert.
* May 8. Commencement Worship Service.
* May 14. New York, New York: A Musical Revue by Voice Students.
* May 18. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1990.
* August 26. Opening Reception: Photography.
* August 26. Elon College Faculty Jazz Ensemble.
* August 27. The Magic and the Illusions of Kevin Spencer.
* September 3-6. International Film Festival.
* September 3. Film: Three Brothers.
* September 3. Film: Le Retour de Martin Guerre.
* September 4. Film: Die Weisse Rosa.
* September 4. Film: Camila.
* September 5. Film: We All Loved Each Other.
* September 5. Film: Das Boot.
* September 6. Film: La ciudad y los perros.
* September 6. Film: Diva.
* September 6. Tom Chapin in Concert.
* September 12. Storyteller.
* September 13. Red Clay Ramblers.
* September 16. Opening Reception: Douglas Ritter Paintings and Regional Sculptors.
* September 16. Music Faculty Gala Review.
* September 18. Laser Light Show: Out of Darkness.
* September 20. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* September 23. Film: Do the Right Thing.
* September 23-27. A Fall Symposium on the Challenges of Cultural Diversity.
* September 24. Doing Business with Americans: A Panel with Plant Managers from International Firms.
* September 25. Maximizing Cultural Potential, Minimizing Racism.
* September 25. Teaching, Flowers, and Songs.
* September 26. Feminist Interpretations of Biblical Literature.
* September 27. Achieving a Just Peace in South Africa.
* October 1. Faculty Recital.
* October 2. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: Comedy of Errors.
* October 4. The Chestnut Brass Company.
* October 9. Faculty Recital.
* October 10. Shopping for a Better World.
* October 13. An International Dessert Concert: The Elon College Chamber Singers.
* October 14. The Emanons.
* October 14. The Nature, Structure and Prospects of the Islamic World.
* October 25. Reading.
* October 29. A reading from Clover.
* October 31. Mimest.
* November 2-4. Elon College Theater Arts Department: Man of La Mancha.
* November 4. Faculty/Student Art Exhibit.
* November 5. Second Biannual Elon College Election Year Debate.
* November 6. Lecture by John Hope Franklin.
* November 8. Grand Folklorico De Mexico.
* November 14. Who Gets the Peace Dividend?
* November 15. Living One's Philosophy: Some Ancient Models.
* November 17. Elon College Gospel Choir Fall Concert.
* November 18. Faculty Recital.
* November 28. Elon College Wind Ensemble Winter Concert.
* November 30-December 1. Elon's Annual Christmas Concert: Make We Joy Now in This Place.
* January 6 (1991). Davidson Contemporary Print Exhibit.
* January 6 (1991). The Emanons Winter Concert.
Spring 1991.
* February 4. The Tom Erdmann Quartet.
* February 7. Piano Recital.
* February 9. Faculty Recital.
* February 11. Asolo Theatre Company, Master Harold…and the Boys.
* February 14. United States Air Force Tactical Air Command Woodwind Quintet.
* February 17. Living History of the Civil Rights Movement.
* February 18. Speaker.
* Feb. 19-20 Symposium: Violence in Relationships.
* February 19. Acquaintance Rape Among Students: A Hidden Epidemic.
* February 20. An Intervention Strategy to Stop Relationship Violence.
* February 24. Gallery Opening: Mixed Fiber Artists.
* February 24. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* February 26. Crystal Wind Consort.
* February 28. Concert.
* March 2. Vocal Recital.
* March 5. Princeton Ballet.
* March 7. Kaffir Boy: Growing up Black in South Africa.
* March 12. The Westminster Choir.
* March 14. Jomandi Productions: Sisters.
* March 15. The Elon College Wind Ensemble, An Evening at the Pops.
* March 19. Mentalist and Illusionist Craig Karges.
* March 21. New Disarmament Treaties: Historical Forces and Personal Experiences.
* April 3. AirJazz.
* April 4. Faculty Recital.
* April 9. Region Five Science Fair.
* April 12-14. Our Town.
* April 14. Gallery Opening: Oils, Acrylics and Water Colors.
* April 15. An International Festival at Elon: Music, Dance and Drama from Different Countries.
* April 16. The Elon College Jazz Ensemble.
* April 17. The Deadhead Phenomenon: A Sociological Approach.
* April 18. Meeting of the Minds.
* April 25. Recital.
* April 26-27. Elon College Dance Ensemble.
* April 28. Faculty Recital.
* May 2. Piano Recital.
* May 3. Elon College Choral Department Spring Concert: Rejoice.
* May 6. The Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* May 17. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1991.
* August 25. Sculptures by Jim Gallucci and "The Struggle for Self Image: The Polish Graphic Artists."
* August 25. Elon Faculty Jazz Trio.
* August 25. Comedian-Juggler Edward Jackman.
* September 9. Russian People and Their Music.
* September 9. Concert.
* September 12. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* September 16. Introduction to the First Amendment.
* September 16-19. Fall Symposium: The Free Exercise Thereof: A Symposium on the Bill of Rights.
* September 17. Religious Freedoms.
* September 17. Artistic Expression and the First Amendment.
* September 17. Rock 'n Roll Censorship: The Issue is Fear.
* September 18. Religious Liberty is in Trouble.
* September 18. From the Author's Side, and Panel Discussion on Censorship and Education.
* September 19. Roundtable Discussion on Freedom of the Press.
* September 19. Freedom of the Press.
* September 19-20. Educating Rita by Willy Russell.
* September 23-26. Foreign Film Festival.
* September 23. Film: Jean De Florette.
* September 23. Film: Nazarin.
* September 24. Film: M.
* September 24. Film: Acqua Sapone.
* September 25. Film: A Great Wall.
* September 25. Film: Rashomon.
* September 26. Film: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.
* September 26. Film: Au Revoir Les Enfants.
* September 26. Iso Dance.
* September 29. Gallery Opening.
* September 29. Folk Music.
* October 3. Baritone Recital.
* October 4. Chicago City Limits.
* October 7. Faculty Recital.
* October 9. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It.
* October 14. Readings from the Land of the Missing.
* October 17. Piano Recital.
* October 24. Mallarme Chamber Players.
* October 29. Lecture and Poetry Reading.
* October 31-November 3. Fiddler on the Roof.
* November 3. Elon College Staff and Faculty Art Show.
* November 4. Politics of Race in America: A Nation Under Siege.
* November 6. Science Literacy and Survival.
* November 7. Elon College Jazz Ensemble.
* November 7. Regency.
* November 9. Triple Image.
* November 13. Comedian-Juggler Mark Nizer.
* November 14.Dual Pianos.
* November 15. Elan.
* November 20. Roadside Theater: South of the Mountain.
* November 22. Faculty Recital.
* November 23. Ventriloquist.
* November 24. Elon College Gospel Choir Fall Concert.
* December 4. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* December 6. The Path of Light: Elon's Annual Festival Holiday Concert.
* January 5 (1992). Davidson Contemporary Print Exhibition.
* January 5 (1992). Guitar Recital.
* January 8 (1992). Elon College Jazz Ensemble.
Spring 1992.
* February 6. The Anne Ellington Powell Master Artists Series: Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
* February 9. The Tom Erdmann Quartet.
* February 11. Harp and Song Concert.
* February 13. Falla Guitar Trio.
* February 14. U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Command Wind Quintet.
* February 18. Does Sex Have a History?
* February 23. Piedmont Quilters Guild.
* February 23. Faculty Recital.
* February 24. Europe on 84 cents a Day.
* February 27. Munich Chamber Orchestra.
* March 4. Arcady - Traditional Irish Music Concert.
* March 8. Let Justice Roll: The Biblical Agenda for Social Renewal.
* March 10. Student Choreography Show.
* March 11. Music Department Gala.
* March 12. The American Mission: To Make Democracy Happen.
* March 16. Faculty Recital.
* March 17. Region Five Science Fair.
* March 18. Elon College Wind Ensemble Family Concert.
* March 19. Piano Concert.
* March 30. Esterhazy Baryton Trio.
* April 1. People, Pollution, and Politics.
* April 9. How to Take Responsibility and Avoid Blame.
* April 10-12. The Importance of Being Earnest.
* April 12. Photography Opening Reception.
* April 13. Gallery and Slide Presentation.
* April 13. Changes in the Former Soviet Union.
* April 15. Ain't No Use in Going Home, Jodie's Got Your Gal and Gone.
* April 16. India at the Crossroads.
* April 18. Carmina Burana.
* April 20. Sexism in the Media.
* May 1-2. Faculty Dance Concert.
* May 4. Acts of the Apostles.
* May 5. Elon College Jazz Ensemble - The Emanons.
* May 9. Elan Spring Concert.
* May 11. Elon College Wind Ensemble Family Concert.
* May 22. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1992.
* August 27. The Spencers: Magic and Illusion.
* August 29. Singer/Electric piano and synthesizers.
* September 3. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* September 5. Ballet Magnificat.
* September 10. Fall Convocation.
* September 10. The Kingston Trio.
* September 13-16. Native American Symposium.
* September 13. Verse and Voice.
* September 13. "Scattered Feathers" and Native American Crafts.
* September 16. Speaker Suzan Shown Harjo.
* September 21-24. International Film Festival.
* September 21. Film: Camille Claudel.
* September 21. Film: La Ciudad Y Los Perros.
* September 22. Film: Jen Shen Kuo.
* September 22. Film: Tampopo.
* September 23. Film: Seduction of Mimi.
* September 23. Film: Tin Drum.
* September 24. Film: Death of a Bureaucrat.
* September 24. Film: Trois Hommes Et Un Couffin.
* September 23. American Repertory Ballet Company, Dracula the Ballet.
* September 25. Recital.
* September 25. Concert.
* October 4. Opening Reception.
* October 4. Faculty Recital.
* October 6. What to Look for in the Two Gentlemen of Verona.
* October 7. North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
* October 8. Singer and Songwriter.
* October 19. Race and Sport in the 1990s.
* October 20. Recital.
* October 22. Faculty Recital.
* October 26. Dance Drama.
* October 27. Langston Hughes.
* October 28. The 1992 Election and What it Means to Us.
* October 30. Jazz Performance.
* November 2. Lecture and Reading.
* November 5-8. Anything Goes.
* November 8. Opening Reception: Paintings and Ceramic Works.
* November 9. The Peculiarities of African American Genealogy.
* November 11. The Emanons.
* November 12. Unreliable Sources: An Expose of Bias in the News.
* November 12. Piano Recital.
* November 15. Piano Recital.
* November 16. Shanghai Acrobats and Dance Theater in the Parade of Dynasties.
* November 18. The Touring Theater Ensemble, Letters from Leokadia.
* November 19. Fall Choral Concert, Elon College Choir and Chamber Singers.
* November 21. Elan and the Alamance Jazz Band.
* November 23. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* December 1. Christmas Pops and Carol Sing with the Community Orchestra.
* December 4. Festival of Lessons and Carols.
* December 6. Moravian Love Feast.
* December 8. Elon College Percussion Ensemble Concert.
* January 17 (1993). Branko Krsmanovich Chorus from Yugoslavia.
* January 17 (1993). Opening Reception: fiber exhibit.
Spring 1993.
* February 9. UNC-Chapel Hill's Heels to Heaven.
* February 11-12. Elan and the Emanons.
* February 15. Non-Violence.
* February 18. Beachfront Property.
* February 19. U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Command Woodwind Quintet.
* February 20. Singer and Songwriter Rick Kelley.
* February 21. Opening Reception: Oil Paintings and Print.
* February 22. Piano Recital.
* February 24. 3D Productions, Lend Me a Tenor.
* February 24. The Longevity Revolution: A People of Destiny.
* February 25. Panel Discussion: The Longevity Revolution.
* February 26. Habitat Benefit Concert: Gregory McCallum.
* February 27. An Evening with Tom Deluca, Hypnotist.
* March 1. Rated: Malcom X.
* March 2. Elon College Community Orchestra.
* March 3-4. A Celebration of the Life and Work of H. Shelton Smith.
* March 3. Mr. Ecumenism of North Carolina.
* March 4. Portraits of a Master Teacher.
* March 4. Contemporary Challenges in American Religious Life.
* March 8. A Key to Understanding and Overcoming Violence and Racism in the '90s.
* March 9. Hats: A Tribute to Harriet Tubman.
* March 11. Faculty Recital.
* March 15. Echoes of Ireland.
* March 16. Elon College Wind Ensemble-Family Concert.
* March 16. African American Perspectives in Modern Dance.
* March 17. Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.
* March 30. Recital.
* March 31. Vietnam: The Longest American War and What it Was All About.
* April 1. Wallinger String Quartet.
* April 2. Magenta Music of Ireland.
* April 4. Opening Reception: Faculty Art Show.
* April 4. Faculty Jazz Ensemble.
* April 6. The Blenders.
* April 8. Choral Concert.
* April 10. Poetry Reading and Workshops.
* April 13. Faculty Recital.
* April 14. The Business Forum.
* April 15. The Legal Profession: Its Ethics in a Modern World.
* April 16-18. Scapino!
* April 20. It's a Grand Night for Singing.
* April 21. Singing Concert.
* April 22. Emanons Concert.
* April 22. Tracking a New Toxic Phantom: A Cause for Major Fish Kills in North Carolina Estuaries.
* April 29. Songs of Desolation.
* April 30-May 1. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 6, 7. Elan Cares.
* May 10. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* May 11. Elon College Percussion Ensemble.
* May 21. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1993.
* September 5. Art Opening.
* September 5. Violin Concert.
* September 7. Continental Army Jazz Band.
* September 13. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* September 15. Concert.
* September 18. Ballet Magnificat.
* September 20-22. Fall Symposium: Urban America: Community and Diversity.
* September 20. Breaking the Silence: Growing Up in Today's Inner City.
* September 21. Urban Renewal: Building Systems of Self Sufficiency.
* September 22. Fall Convocation: Strength Through Diversity.
* September 27. The National Theater of the Deaf: Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood.
* September 28. Working With Off the Streets in New York City.
* September 29. Poetry Reading.
* September 30. Student-Faculty Panel on There Are No Children Here.
* October 1. Concert.
* October 4. You Get Out of It What You Put Into It.
* October 5. Faculty Recital.
* October 21. Habitat Benefit Concert.
* October 25. Bright Sea, Dark Shore.
* October 28. Novelist Reading.
* November 5. Faculty Recital.
* November 9. Gay Rights: A Simple Matter of Justice.
* November 11-14. Into the Woods.
* November 11-21. Fall Arts Symposium: The Artist and Society: A Focus on 20th Century Creativity and Social Responsibility.
* November 15. Controlling Images: How TV News Coverage Shapes Our Views.
* November 15. The Emanons.
* November 16. Slovak Sinfonietta of Zilina.
* November 17. Government Media and the Truth.
* November 18. Art and Society Panel Discussion.
* November 19. Choral Concert: The Trumpet Sounds Within My Soul.
* November 21. Photography Opening Reception.
* November 21. Elon College Jazz Faculty Recital.
* December 2-3. Elan: Da-Doo-Ron-Ron.
* December 5. Moravian Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 6. The Elon College Wind Ensemble's Family Christmas Concert.
* December 10. Company Shops Concert Band.
* January 6 (1994).The Emanons Tour Concert.
Spring 1994.
* February 3. Music Concert.
* February 6. Say-So, Musical Duo.
* February 8. Piano Recital.
* February 8. Camp Logan: A World War I Drama.
* February 10-12. Godspell.
* February 15. Dressing for Success? Explaining Racial and Ethnic Inequality in the United States.
* February 17. Dance Exchange and Storyteller.
* February 20. Fifth Annual Dwight Merrimon Davidson Contemporary Print Exhibition and African Art Exhibit from the Lankton Collection.
* February 20. Faculty Recital.
* February 21. Lecture, Question and Answer by Howard Coble.
* February 23. A Reading of Poetry and Fiction.
* February 24. A Serendipity of Memory: A Concert of New Works.
* February 24. Ranganiketan Manipuri Cultural Arts Troupe.
* February 26. Collegiate Black Dance Challenge.
* February 27. United States Continental Army Band Brass Quintet.
* March 1. How to Be an Effective Peacemaker.
* March 1. Piano Recital.
* March 7. Understanding the Americans with Disabilities Act.
* March 8. Concert.
* March 10. The Acting Company: Henrik Ibsen's A Doll House.
* March 12. Ventriloquist/Comedian Dan Horn.
* March 13. Piano Recital.
* March 14. Lecture by Paul Ehrlich.
* March 16. The Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* March 21-22. "Politically Correct Religion:" A Religious Liberty Conference.
* March 21. Apostle of Religious Liberty.
* March 22. Is Elon College Hostile to Traditional Religion?
* March 24. Eder String Quartet.
* April 5. Faculty Recital.
* April 6. Women's Liberation and Animal Liberation: Making the Connections.
* April 10. Elon College Jazz Ensemble.
* April 13. Faculty Recital.
* April 13. Faculty Recital.
* April 13. Elliot Engel's "The Inimitable Winston Churchill."
* April 15-17. Crimes Against the Heart.
* April 16. Country Singing.
* April 19. Elon College Chamber Singers, I Heard a Voice from Heaven: An Evening of British Choral Masterpieces.
* April 20. The Emanons.
* April 21. It's a Grand Night for Singing.
* April 23-24. Lazarus: A Musical About Wealth and Poverty.
* April 28. The Invasion of Land: Have We Caught Crabs in the Act?"
* April 28. Elon College Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra: Arthur Honegger's "King David."
* April 29-30. Elon Dancers, Spring Concert.
* April 30. Seventh Annual Poetry Festival.
* May 5-6. Elan.
* May 9. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* May 20. Senior Showcase.
Cabinet 3, Drawer 4. Oversize flat file cabinet. Copy 1's. Fall 1994-Spring 2004.
20 folders.
Fall 1994.
* August 25. Flute Player, Storyteller and Hoop Dancer Kevin Locke.
* September 8. Folk Singer Concert.
* September 14-15. Love Letters.
* September 18. Art Quilts of North Carolina and Sculpture.
* September 18. Music for Trumpet and Organ.
* September 19. How Our Use of Leisure Makes a Difference: Natural Space is Sacred Space.
* September 20. How Public Interests Groups Make a Difference: Community Service Agency Fair.
* September 20. How Public Interests Groups Make a Difference: Volunteers, Living our Values.
* September 21. How the Use of Wealth Makes a Difference: The Mission of American Foundations.
* September 23. The Blenders, A Cappella Singers.
* September 24. Performing Arts College.
* September 26. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* September 27. Who Are the Savages?
* September 29. Comedian Carrot Top.
* October 5. Romeo and Juliet.
* October 18. The Mafia in America.
* October 19. Public Interests Groups: Making a Difference, Booth Displays.
* October 19. Organizing to Express Our Commitments.
* October 20. The Bergonzi String Quartet.
* October 24. Human Rights, Human Dignity.
* October 28. Virtuality, Interactive Experience.
* November 3-6. Oklahoma!
* November 7. Genesis.
* November 8. Emanons Fall Concert.
* November 9. What to Look for in Much Ado About Nothing.
* November 9. Ceremony to Honor Local Heroes.
* November 9. Comparing Problems of Race and Class in the United States of South Africa.
* November 10. North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: Much Ado About Nothing.
* November 12. The Earth Tones, A Cappella Singers.
* November 13. Sixth Annual Dwight Merrimon Davidson Contemporary Print Exhibition.
* November 13. Sonsa.
* November 14. Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
* November 14. David Friesen and the Elon College Faculty Jazz Ensemble.
* November 16. Faculty Recital.
* November 17. Teatro De Danza Espanola.
* November 18. Fall Choral Classics.
* November 19. Singing Concert.
* November 21. Motets and Madrigals of the Renaissance.
* November 29. Drugs and Alcohol.
* December 1-2. Elan: Steppin Out.
* December 4. Moravian Lovefeast and Candle Service.
* December 5. Elon College Wind Ensemble Fall Concert.
* January 6 (1995). Emanons Tour Concert.
* January 15 (1995). Elon College Art Faculty.
* January 20-22 (1995). What I Did Last Summer.
Spring 1995.
* February 10-12. The Shadow Box.
* February 13. U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band Woodwind Quintet.
* February 16. The Challenges in Africa's Future
* February 16-17. Love Letters.
* February 20. Bel Canto Company Choral Ensemble.
* February 23. Defending our Lives: Speaking Out to Stop Domestic Violence.
* February 23. Minneapolis Gospel Sound.
* February 24. Exploitation of Women in the Media.
* February 24. Carl Fontana and the Elon College Faculty Jazz Ensemble.
* March 2. The Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* March 3. Piano Recital.
* March 5. North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra.
* March 7. Faculty Recital.
* March 10-11. Elon Dancers.
* March 11. A Night at the Opera.
* March 12. Piedmont Quilters Guild.
* March 16. My Children! My Africa!
* March 18. It's a Grand Night for Singing III.
* March 21. Canterbury Tales.
* March 22. Piano Recital.
* March 23. Wind Ensemble Family Concert.
* April 3-8. Arts and Religion Week.
* April 3. Arts and Religion Panel Discussion.
* April 6. Church Composers: Believers or Opportunists.
* April 8. Mozart Requiem.
* April 5. Nightnoise.
* April 7. Segovia Repertoire.
* April 11. A Psychology of the Holocaust and Slavery.
* April 11. Elon College Emanons.
* April 18. Sex, Lies and….Economics?
* April 20. Philosophy: A Guide for Living.
* April 20-23. Quilters.
* April 24. Music Recital.
* April 27. North Carolina School of the Arts Symphony.
* April 29. Poetry Festival.
* May 2. Wellness Presentation on AIDS.
* May 2. Elon College Percussion Ensemble.
* May 4-5. Elan: Get Ready.
* May 7. Student Art Exhibit.
* May 8. Elon College Wind Ensemble Spring Concert.
* May 11. Recital.
* May 19. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1995.
* August 24. The Spencers, Magic and Illusion
* August 26. Comedian/Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham.
* September 10. Opening Reception: Photography and Sculptures.
* September 10. Elon College Faculty Jazz Ensemble.
* September 12. Concert.
* September 18. Concert.
* September 19. Finding a Path of Hope for the Future.
* September 20. College Convocation.
* September 21. Elon Chamber Orchestra.
* September 24. Duo Pianists.
* September 30. Elon's Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* October 1. Traditional Art.
* October 1. Sonsa.
* October 5. Ballet Manhattan.
* October 23. Piano Concert.
* November 1-2. Human Paradigms: An Interdisciplinary Symposium.
* November 2. Emanons Concert.
* November 6. Riding on the Storm: The Doors, the Sixties, and Now.
* November 9-12. Guys and Dolls.
* November 14. Elon College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers: An Evening of Sacred Hebrew Choral Music.
* November 15. Poetry Reading.
* November 16. Amherst Saxophone Quartet.
* November 30-December 1. Elan.
* December 3. Opening Reception: Student Art Exhibit.
* December 3. Moravian Lovefeast and Candle Service.
* December 4. The Elon College Wind Ensemble: The Music of Alan Hovhaness.
* December 5. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* January 19-21 (1996). Vanities.
Spring 1996.
* February 1. Emanons: Christmas in February Concert.
* February 2. African-American Dance Ensemble with Chuck Davis.
* February 3. Speaker Patricia Russell-McCloud.
* February 4. Piano Recital.
* February 4. Opening Reception: Paintings by T.J. Reddy.
* February 6. Music Concert.
* February 7. The Bosnian Conflict: Should U.S. Troops Be in Bosnia as Peacemakers?
* February 8-11. Little Shop of Horrors.
* February 9-10. Jesus at 2000: A Teleconference.
* February 13. Troop America and the Elon College Gospel Choir, Mahalia.
* February 20. South Africa's Transition to Democracy.
* February 21. Testament: A Life of Jesus.
* February 22. A Dramatized Survey of Language and Art.
* February 24. Halley's Comet.
* February 25. Recital.
* February 26. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* February 28. Gender, Stereotypes and Culture.
* February 28. Brno Chamber Orchestra with Michiko Otaki.
* March 3. Faculty Recital.
* March 5. Concert.
* March 5. Children's Development in Cultural Context: Preschooler's Activities in the United States, Russia and Estonia.
* March 7. The Chestnut Brass Company.
* March 9. Hypnotist Tom Deluca.
* March 10. Piano Recital.
* March 10. Print Exhibition.
* March 12. Joe Lovano and the Elon College Faculty Jazz Ensemble.
* March 13. Emanons Concert.
* March 26. Marimba Concert.
* March 27. Tales of Shaman's Apprentice.
* April 2. An Evening with Nikki Giovanni.
* April 9. The Bristol Brothers.
* April 12-14. A Midsummer Night's Dream.
* April 14. Faculty Recital.
* April 15. Arts and Censorship.
* April 18. Arts and Politics: A Panel Discussion.
* April 22. Elon College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, The Wall is Down.
* April 17. Aman Folk Ensemble.
* April 18-19. It's a Grand Night for Singing IV.
* April 23. Faculty Recital.
* April 25-26. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 2-3. Elan: Out on the Town.
* May 4. Spring Poetry Festival.
* May 5. Student Art Exhibition.
* May 6. Elon College Wind Ensemble: Family Concert.
* May 17. Senior Showcase.
* May 20. Drawings of Lambarene, Albert Schweitzer's Hospital in Action.
Fall 1996.
* August 9. Vinciata: A Legacy.
* September 17. Zabava Folk Ballet of Russia.
* September 18. Fall Convocation: Overcoming Life's Adversities.
* September 19. The 1996 Elections: Who Will Win? What Difference Will it Make?
* September 24. Concert.
* September 27-28. Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* September 29. Paintings by Mel Steele.
* October 1. Things Fall Apart: Finding Solutions, Not Scapegoats for Bad Economics.
* October 3. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* October 8. Faculty Recital.
* October 16. Cultural Values of the Comics.
* October 22. An Evening with Clyde Edgerton.
* October 24. Vocal Concert.
* October 25. The Raleigh Flute Choir.
* October 27. Piano Recital.
* October 28. Street Sounds.
* October 31-November 3. Working.
* November 4. Oh Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?
* November 5. Elon College Percussion Ensemble.
* November 7. A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper.
* November 10. Color and Light: A Spiritual Journey.
* November 10. The Tom Erdmann Jazz Quintet.
* November 11. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 11. Haworth Shakespeare Festival: Romeo and Juliet.
* November 13. Quest.
* November 15. Cacilien Choir of Frankfurt Performing Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
* November 21-22. Elan.
* November 22. Elon College Gospel Choir
* November 24. The Messiah.
* December 2. Elon College Wind Ensemble Family Concert: "A Christmas Celebration."
* December 3. Emanons Jazz Ensemble.
* December 5. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 8. Moravian Christmas Lovefeast and Candle Service.
* January 10-February 20 (1997). Photography by John Rosenthal: Mythology of the City.
* January 17-19 (1997). Crackers.
Spring 1997.
* February 6. Piano Recital.
* February 9. Photography by John Rosenthal: Mythology of the City.
* February 10. Mythology of the City.
* February 11. Fortepiano Recital.
* February 13-16. Baby.
* February 18. Common Fire.
* February 19. Seminar: Mass Customization.
* February 20. Pilobolus Dance Theater.
* February 22. Chamber Music Concert.
* February 24-March 20. Drawing: A Means to an End.
* February 25. Reading by Stuart Dischell.
* February 25. Man and Superman.
* February 26. The Prison Experiences of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
* February 27. Yesterday - A Tribute to the Beatles.
* March 2-3. It's a Grand Night for Singing.
* March 5. Gender Studies from a Man's Perspective.
* March 6. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* March 9. Music Concert.
* March 11. Ronnie Wells and the Ron Elliston Trio with Special guest Jon Metzger.
* March 12. Romancing the Banks: Pirates, Ponies and Patois on the Outer Banks.
* March 13. Chinua Achebe and Modern African Writing.
* March 13. Once Upon a Mine.
* March 17. The Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* March 18. Jackie Torrence in Performance.
* April 1. Elon College Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 2. India in Transition: An Experiment in Nation Building.
* April 4. Story as a Vehicle for Truth.
* April 7. An Evening with Dr. M. Joycelyn Elders, formal U.S. Surgeon General.
* April 8. Celtic Harp and Story.
* April 9. Gender Issues in Research on Contemporary Southern Writers.
* April 11. One Piano, Four Hands.
* April 13. Spring Exhibition.
* April 13. Amadeus Piano Trio.
* April 15. Confucianism Past and Present.
* April 17. Seminar: The Learning Organization.
* April 17. Technology, Society and the Environment.
* April 18. African-American Dance Ensemble with Chuck Davis.
* April 18-20. Dancing at Lughnasa.
* April 19. Spring Poetry Concert.
* April 21. College Convocation: An Evening with F.W. de Klerk.
* April 24-27. NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
* April 26. Elon College Choir Spring Concert.
* April 27. Faculty Recital.
* April 27. Elon College Gospel Choir.
* May 1-2. Elon Dancers.
* May 4. Senior Art Exhibit.
* May 4. Elon College Chamber Singers.
* May 8-9. Elan.
* May 10. Emanons Spring Concert.
* May 12. The Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* May 23. Baccalaureate Service.
* May 23. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1997.
* August 31. Photography by Elizabeth Matheson and Sculpture by Roger Halligan.
* August 31. The Tom Erdmann Quintet.
* September 11. Panel Discussion: Meet the Press: Knight Kiplinger.
* September 12. Luncheon Featuring Knight Kiplinger.
* September 17. Fall Convocation.
* September 17. Life in the Amazon with the Author of Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice.
* September 18. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* September 19-20. Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* September 21. Faculty Recital.
* September 24. John McCutcheon in Concert.
* September 26. An Evening with Pat Sullivan.
* September 28. Duquesne University Tamburitzans Folk Ensemble.
* September 30. The Secret of Life: Sex Education and Hand to Hand Combat.
* October 5. Paintings and Ceramic Works by Luis Chacon.
* October 16. Technology, Society and the Environment.
* October 21. O'Carolan's Farewell to Music.
* October 21. Elon College Percussion Ensemble.
* October 22. Frank Levering and Wanda Urbanska.
* October 23. Chemistry Department's Mole Day Celebration.
* October 29. Symposium: Investing and Doing Business in South Africa.
* October 29. South Africa: Celebrating Peaceful and Transformational Change.
* October 30-November 2. The Pirates of Penzance.
* November 4. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 5. Stepping Stones and Stumbling Blocks: Balancing Career and Family.
* November 8. Elon College Chamber Singers.
* November 9. Emanons Reunion Concert.
* November 11. Legends of Business: J. Richard Munro.
* November 13. Netherlands Chamber Choir.
* November 14-16. Department of Performing Arts: 3.
* November 18. Parnassus Theater Presents Mass Appeal.
* November 19. Homosexuality Comes Out of the Closet.
* November 20-21. Elan.
* November 21. Elon College Gospel Choir.
* November 21-23. Student Directed One-Act Plays.
* November 22. Elon College Choir and Orchestra: Saint Cecilia's Day Concert.
* November 23. Minneapolis Gospel Sound.
* November 24. Elon College Art Faculty Exhibit.
* November 24. Elon College Wind Ensemble Fall Concert.
* December 2. Paradox of Violence.
* December 2. Emanons Jazz Ensemble.
* December 4. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 4. The Company Shops Concert Band Christmas Concert.
* December 7. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* January 18 (1998). The Graduate Student Exhibit.
* January 22-24, February 5-7 (1998). The Diviners.
Spring 1998.
* February 5-7. The Diviners.
* February 12. Humanities Forum.
* February 12-15. The Robber Bridegroom.
* February 19. Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble.
* February 21. Elon College Gospel Choir Extravaganza.
* February 22. Minneapolis Gospel Sound.
* February 24. Dance a Thin Line.
* February 26. National Theater of the Deaf presents "Peer Gynt."
* March 1. Faculty Recital.
* March 3. Valley Song.
* March 4. International Relations in the Changing World.
* March 5. Humanities Forum.
* March 9. Sacred Stories.
* March 11. Women in Music Festival Concert
* March 12. Lethal Viruses, Ebola and the Hot Zone.
* March 17. The Four Freshmen.
* April 1. Sexual Harassment in the Workplace.
* April 2. Humanities Forum.
* April 5. The Arman Ensemble.
* April 7. Energy and Activism in the Nineties.
* April 13. Legends of Business Series with Edward N. Ney.
* April 14. Ethics and Integrity in Business--an Oxymoron?
* April 15. Reflections from a Cowboy in Washington.
* April 17-19. The Bacchae.
* April 19. Opening Reception for the Senior Art Exhibit--Part I.
* April 19. Faculty Recital.
* April 19. Elon College Gospel Choir.
* April 20. Ninth Annual Elon College Wind Ensemble Family Concert.
* April 21. Rikki Ducornet: Fiction Reading.
* April 21. Elon College Choir.
* April 23. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* April 24-25. It's a Grand Night for Singing VI
* April 26. Sonsa.
* April 30-May 1. Elon Dancers Concert.
* May 2. North Carolina Poetry Society Spring Festival.
* May 2. Elon College Chamber Singers.
* May 3. Opening Reception for the Senior Art Exhibit--Part II.
* May 7-8. Elan.
* May 8-10. Student Directed One-Act Plays.
* May 9. Emanons Spring Concert.
* May 10. Faculty Recital.
* May 22. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1998.
* September 6. Faculty Recital.
* September 8. The Landscape: Works on Canvas and Paper.
* September 10. Nice Girls Don't Sweat.
* September 15. Teaching Tolerance.
* September 18-19. Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* September 18. Teach Me Tonight.
* September 21. Reading.
* September 23. Fall Convocation: Conservation, Biodiversity and the 21st Century.
* September 24. The Odyssey.
* September 27. Drawings and Maquettes.
* September 27. Faculty Recital.
* September 29. Where the Wild Things Are.
* October 1. Our Environmental Destiny.
* October 6. The Nuclear Whales Saxophone Orchestra.
* October 9. Piano Recital.
* October 10. Music Faculty Gala Concert.
* October 21-25. Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.
* October 21. The Value of the Humanities in Preparing for Law School.
* October 26. Legends of Business: Richard D. Simmons.
* October 27. The Media in the 21st Century.
* October 28. Democracy on Trial.
* October 28. Poetry Reading.
* November 2. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 3. From the Pendulum to the Independent.
* November 4. Faculty/Staff Panel: Gender: Balancing Life, Labor and Leisure.
* November 5-8. Children of Eden.
* November 10. Ensemble Galilei.
* November 14. Elon College Chamber Singers.
* November 15. Elon Then and Now.
* November 16. The Promise of Oncology Drug Discovery.
* November 16. Emanons - Elon College Jazz Ensemble.
* November 17. Images of Faith.
* November 18. When the West Meets East: Making Movies in North Carolina.
* November 20. Elon College Gospel Choir.
* November 21. Elon College Choir.
* November 23. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* December 1. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 1. Company Shops Concert Band Annual Christmas Concert.
* December 3-4. Elan.
* December 6. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* January 5-March 4 (1999). Images by George Bireline and Ron Rozzelle.
* January 22-24, February 4-7 (1999). The Glass Menagerie.
Spring 1999.
* February 8. Gallery Talk and Art Reception.
* February 9. Vietnam in Film: Indochine.
* February 11-14. Company.
* February 17. Social Science Symposium: Domestic Violence.
* February 19. Spring "Gospel Extravaganza."
* February 23. Vietnam in Film: Green Berets.
* February 23. Sherrie Maricle and Diva.
* March 2. Leahy.
* March 3. Poetry Reading.
* March 3. Wars End. Landmines Don't.
* March 4. Reading.
* March 5. Street Sounds.
* March 6. Elijah in Concert.
* March 9. Vietnam in Film: Platoon.
* March 9. The Watts Prophets in Concert.
* March 10. Reading.
* March 11. The Realm of the Senses.
* March 15. The Youngest Parents.
* March 15. Social Sciences Symposium: Capital Punishment.
* March 16. Vietnam in Film: Apocalypse Now.
* March 16. Women of Art.
* March 17. Elon College Wind Ensemble, Tenth Annual Family Concert.
* March 27. A Spacecraft Tour of the Solar System.
* March 30. How to Be an Effective Peacemaker.
* April 1. Elon Chamber Orchestra.
* April 6. Spring Honors Convocation.
* April 8. Vive La Difference: A Conversation About Elon's Diverse Community.
* April 12. Piano Concert.
* April 13. Vietnam in Film: Hearts and Minds.
* April 13. Elon College Percussion Ensemble.
* April 14. Social Sciences Symposium: Domestic Terrorism.
* April 15-18. Lend Me a Tenor.
* April 18. Piano Concert.
* April 18. Elon College Gospel Choir.
* April 19. Elon College Wind Ensemble's Spring Concert.
* April 21. Emanons Jazz Ensemble.
* April 23-24. It's a Grand Night for Singing VII.
* April 25. Music Concert.
* April 25. Elon College Concert Choir Concert.
* April 27. Vietnam in Film: Born on the 4th of July.
* April 29-30. Elon Dancers.
* May 1. Spring Poetry Day: Readings and Workshops.
* May 2. Opening Reception: Senior Art Exhibition.
* May 3. Elon College Chamber Choir Concert.
* May 7-8. Elan.
* May 11. Elon College Combined Choirs Concert.
* May 21. Senior Showcase.
Fall 1999.
* September 7. Concert.
* September 12. Ecumenical Worship Service.
* September 13. Academic Colloquium: The Vitality of General Studies for a New Century.
* September 13. Art Reception: Fiber Art.
* September 14. Inaugural Concert: The North Carolina Symphony Orchestra.
* September 15. Inaugural Convocation.
* September 17. United States Air Force American Clarinet Quartet.
* September 22. Nigerian Politics and Society Today.
* September 24. The Pat Sullivan Quartet.
* September 28. Hamlet.
* September 28. High-Speed Civil Transport: Year 2020.
* September 29. Much Ado About Nothing.
* October 1-2. Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* October 3. The Tom Erdmann Quintet.
* October 5. A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening.
* October 6-10. The Rimers of Eldritch.
* October 7. Listening for the Heart.
* October 10. Faculty Recital.
* October 14. Elon Chamber Orchestra.
* October 21. The Promise of Oncology Drug Discovery.
* October 21. Music Recital.
* October 24. Glory Train.
* October 25. Gallery Talk and Art Reception.
* October 27. Public Relations Challenges and Opportunities.
* October 29. The Uttmost, A Tribute to Kenneth Utt, Viewing and Commentary.
* October 30. Choir Reunion Concert.
* October 31. Alamance Jazz Band.
* November 1. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 2. The Power of One.
* November 2. Elon College Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 3. The Dentist of Auschwitz, A Memoir.
* November 4-7. Crazy for You.
* November 9. Piano Recital.
* November 10. The Economics of Censorship.
* November 11. Gender in the Classroom.
* November 11. Emanons Fall Concert.
* November 17. The Don Cossacks of Rostov.
* November 18. The Big Picture: The Life of a Professional Surgeon.
* November 19. Elon College Choral Showcase.
* November 20. Elon College Gospel Choir.
* November 21. Piano Concert.
* November 22. Elon College Wind Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 29. Company Shops Concert Band's Annual Christmas Concert.
* December 2. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 2-3. Elan.
* December 5. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* January 4-February 15 (2000). Three Women Photographers.
* January 19 (2000). The Yarnspinner.
* January 20-23, February 2-5 (2000). Steel Magnolias.
Spring 2000.
* February 8. Mark Levine Trio.
* February 9. The Dogwood Alliance.
* February 10-13. A Chorus Line.
* February 13. Faculty Recital.
* February 14. Closing Art Reception.
* February 16. Division of Social Sciences Annual Symposium I - The Future of the American Family.
* February 20. The Tom Erdmann Quartet.
* February 22. Ohio Ballet's Kings of Swing.
* February 23. President Oscar Arias.
* February 24. Jerry and Tammy Sullivan.
* February 28. Art Reception: A Painter's View.
* February 29. Act Now, Apologize Later.
* March 2. Poetry Reading.
* March 2. Speaker.
* March 2. Geometrics of Animals, Flowers, Art and the Human Body.
* March 6. Bohemian Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra.
* March 10-11. Grand Night for Singing VIII.
* March 13. Film: Antonia's Line, and Discussion.
* March 13. Division of Social Sciences Annual Symposium II - Growing up in America: Is America the Best Place to Raise a Child?
* March 13. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* March 14. Shared Memories: The Lessons of History.
* March 16. The Elon College Chamber Singers Present, "An Evening of Contemporary Music."
* March 28. Elon College Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* March 30. Guitar Recital.
* April 2. Faculty Recital.
* April 4. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* April 9. Piano Concert.
* April 11. Lecture.
* April 12. Entitlement to Empowerment.
* April 12. Families, Communities and Public Policy.
* April 13. My Life as a Female Hemingway Scholar.
* April 13-16. MacBeth.
* April 17. Elon College Wind Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 18. I Have Lived in the Monster.
* April 19. Gene Medicine: A History.
* April 20. Emanons Spring Concert.
* April 26. Reading.
* April 27-20. Spring Dance Ensemble.
* April 29. Spring Poetry Day: Readings and Workshops.
* April 30. Senior Art Exhibition.
* May 1. Elon College Chamber Singers and Concert Choir Present: "Passage to Paradise."
* May 4-5. Elan Presents: Soul Food To Go.
* May 19. Senior Showcase.
Fall 2000.
* August 31. Faculty Recital.
* September 13. Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions.
* September 17. Concert.
* September 18. Art Reception.
* September 19. Rhythm and Brass.
* September 24. The Tom Erdmann Quartet.
* September 26. An Evening with Bobby Seale.
* September 27. Using Bone Marrow Stem Cells to Deliver Therapeutic Genes - A story of Mice and Men.
* October 2. Reflections on Zenzele.
* October 3. North Carolina Dance Theater.
* October 6-7. Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* October 6. Music Department Gala.
* October 8. Faculty Recital.
* October 12-15. Our Town.
* October 12. Fall Convocation.
* October 16. Reception and Gallery Talk.
* October 19. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* October 31. Sigma Tau Delta Lecture.
* November 1. Laying Down the Law.
* November 3. Fall Choral Showcase.
* November 5. Gospel Choir Homecoming Celebration.
* November 5. Company Shops Concert Band.
* November 6. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 7. Australian Aboriginal Women and Culture: Contact, Conflict and Reconciliation.
* November 7. Elon College Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 9-12. The Secret Garden.
* November 14. In Whose Image? The Cloning of Human Life.
* November 15. Emanons' Big Band Jazz Concert and Swing Dance.
* November 17. Elon College Gospel Choir's Annual Fall Concert.
* November 20. Elon College Wind Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 30-December 1. Elan presents Songs in the Key of Life.
* December 1-February 8. Faculty Art Exhibit.
* December 3. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 4. Elon College Camerata presents A Candlelight Christmas.
* December 5. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 5. Company Shops Concert Band Annual Christmas Concert.
* December 9. The North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops Concert.
* January 10 (2001). The Reverend Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr.
* January 18-21, February 1-3 (2001). Dearly Departed.
Spring 2001.
* February 5. Closing Reception and Gallery Talk.
* February 8-11. Once Upon a Mattress.
* February 12. The Spring Festival: Chinese New Year.
* February 13. Cherish the Ladies.
* February 15. Mixed Company's Performance of Driving Miss Daisy.
* February 18. Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir.
* February 19. Ensemble Sonsa.
* February 20. The Diary of Anne Frank.
* February 22. The Boston Camerata: Liberty Tree.
* February 26. Closing Reception: Paintings and Monotypes.
* March 1. Faculty Recital.
* March 1. The Betrayal of Liberty and Dignity on American Campuses.
* March 4. North Carolina Symphony.
* March 6. Guest Recital.
* March 7. The American Duopoly.
* March 9-10. It's A Grand Night For Singing IX.
* March 12. Elon College Wind Ensemble.
* March 13. The Total Ecosystem Approach: Combining Scientific Knowledge with Development Objectives.
* March 14. Disposable People.
* March 27. Guitar Concert.
* March 29. State-Sponsored and Private Actor Violence Against Women.
* March 29-20. Elan presents: A Little Torch Music.
* April 1. Opening Reception: Senior Art Exhibition I.
* April 1. Piano Recital.
* April 3. Elon Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 5. An Evening with Barbara Mooyaart: The Translator of The Anne Frank Diary.
* April 10. Spring Convocation for Honors.
* April 14. Little Red Riding Hood.
* April 17. Elon College Chamber Orchestra.
* April 19. Emanons Spring Concert.
* April 19-22. Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
* April 21. North Carolina Poetry Society Reading and Workshops.
* April 22. Opening Reception: Senior Art Exhibition II.
* April 22. Elon College Gospel Choir's Spring Concert.
* April 26-30. Elon College NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt Display.
* April 27. Messiah.
* April 29. Recital.
* May 4-6. Spring Dance Ensemble.
* May 7. Elon College Wind Ensemble Spring Concert.
* May 18. Senior Showcase.
Fall 2001.
* September 6. Concert.
* September 9. Mark Nizer's Millennium Vaudeville.
* September 11. As You Like It.
* September 12. Romeo and Juliet.
* September 13. Libertarianism and the Drug War.
* September 14. Forum: A River Runs Through Us.
* September 17. Reflections on Zenzele.
* September 19. First Principles.
* September 20. Review of Research.
* September 21. An Evening with Bel Canto Singing.
* September 23. The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.
* September 24. Discussion of Events in Poland and Central Europe.
* September 25. Almost Absolute Zero: The Story of Laser Cooling and Trapping.
* September 27. Rethinking Rape.
* September 28-29. Department of Performing Arts Collage.
* September 28. Jon Metzger Quintet: A CD Release Concert.
* September 30. The Tom Erdmann/Pat Sullivan Quartet.
* October 1. Closing Reception: New Works.
* October 1. Reading.
* October 2. Fall Convocation.
* October 7-9. Walking the Labyrinth.
* October 9. Whitley Organ Dedicatory Recital.
* October 11. Patmos Quartet.
* October 18. Elon Chamber Orchestra.
* October 21. Faculty Recital.
* October 23. Deadly Persuasions: Advertising and Addiction.
* October 24. An Evening with Bland Simpson.
* October 24-28. Twelve Angry Jurors.
* October 29. Opening Reception: Photographs by Antonio Fernandez.
* October 30. Recital.
* November 1. An Evening with Julia Butterfly Hill.
* November 4. Foolosophies.
* November 6. Elon Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 6. Grand Themes in Deep Space Exploration.
* November 7. Bringing Democracy Alive.
* November 7-11. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
* November 15. The Netherlands Chamber Choir.
* November 16. Elon Gospel Choir Fall Concert.
* November 17. Elan presents: Sambadouro.
* November 18. Faculty Recital.
* November 19. Opening Reception: Fabulous Fibers.
* November 29. Elon Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert and Dance.
* December 2. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 4. A Christmas Festival.
* December 6. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 8. The North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops Concert.
* January 9 (2002). The Role of Geography in Global Citizenship.
* January 16 (2002). Winter Symposium.
* January 17 (2002). Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 17-20, January 30-February 2 (2002). Marvin's Room.
Spring 2002.
* January 30-February 2. Marvin's Room.
* February 4. Organ Recital.
* February 7-10. Rags.
* February 12. River City Brass Band.
* February 13. America: Right or Wrong.
* February 17. Faculty Recital.
* February 18. Opening Reception: Spaces of Exclusion: Digital Artworks.
* February 21. River North Chicago Dance Company.
* February 24. The North Carolina Symphony Classical Concert.
* February 26. A Peasant of El Salvador.
* February 27. Free Market Solutions to Today's Most Urgent Issues.
* February 28. Elon Jazz Festival Concert.
* March 1. Guitar Recital.
* March 4. Reflections on Zenzele.
* March 5. Brno Chamber Orchestra.
* March 11. Opening Reception: First Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.
* March 11. The Road to Respect: Cars, Consumers, and the Environment.
* March 12. Peking Acrobats.
* March 13. The War Against Boys.
* March 15. Department of Music presents the Elon University Camerata.
* March 16. Music Department Gala.
* March 18. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 19. Music Recital.
* March 19. Writer-in-Residence.
* March 20. Smallpox: The Death and Resurrection of a Virus.
* March 20. Faculty Recital.
* April 4. Spring Convocation for Honors.
* April 5-6. Grand Night for Singing X.
* April 7. Opening Reception: Senior Art Exhibition I.
* April 9. Foreign Aid: Hindrance Not Help.
* April 9. Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 11. Faculty Recital.
* April 14. Opening Reception: Senior Art Exhibition II.
* April 15. My Game: Women NCAA Athletes and Athletics Directors.
* April 15-16. Elon Film Festival.
* April 17. Women's Faith.
* April 18-21. You Can't Take It With You.
* April 21. Opening Reception: Senior Art Exhibition III.
* April 21. Elon Gospel Choir Spring Concert.
* April 23. Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 25. The Sounds of New Orleans with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the Greensboro Symphony POPS.
* April 26. All You Need is Love.
* April 26-28. Spring Festival of Student-Directed One-Act Plays.
* April 28-30. Walking the Labyrinth.
* May 3-5. Department of Performing Arts presents Dance.
* May 4. Guitar Recital.
* May 5. Organ Recital.
* May 6. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* May 9. Department of Music presents the Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* May 10. Department of Music presents Spring Choral Showcase.
* May 24. Senior Showcase.
Fall 2002.
* August 31. Concert.
* September 5. The North Carolina Newspaper and Obligation of Public Service.
* September 10. Debate: The Pros and Cons of Welfare and Welfare Reform.
* September 15. The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.
* September 16. Closing Reception: Paintings by Jill Bullitt.
* September 17. Economics and Trade.
* September 17. Exclusion and Embrace: The Challenges of Religious Pluralism.
* September 17. Democratization and the Globalization Debate: Easter Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
* September 17. Foreign Language and Cultural Proficiency: A Competitive Advantage for Our Global Future.
* September 18. The Environment as a World Security Issue.
* September 18. Cultural Issues in International Journalism.
* September 18. Democratization and the Globalization Debate: The Developing World.
* September 18. Student Involvement in Globalization.
* September 18. Fall Convocation.
* September 19. What Can Chemists Tell Us About the Origin of Life?
* September 20-21. Collage.
* September 20. Faculty Recital.
* September 23. The Shanghai Ballet's The White Haired Girl.
* September 24. The Gallup Poll of The Muslim World.
* October 1. The Chestnut Brass Company.
* October 2-6. Under Milk Wood.
* October 3. The Color of Water: Meditations on Identity.
* October 4. Guitar Recital.
* October 7. Artist's Reception: Digital Artworks.
* October 7. Reading.
* October 8. Crasdant.
* October 17. Stores of Non-Violence from the World's Religious Traditions.
* October 20. Faculty Recital
* October 21. Guns, Germs and Steel.
* October 22. Piano Concert.
* October 23. Weaving Stories Along Life's Journey.
* October 24. The Case for Physician Assisted Suicide.
* October 29. Percussion Ensemble.
* October 31-November 2, November 7-10. The Music Man.
* November 4. Opening Reception: Second Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.
* November 5. Pastiche.
* November 11. A Holocaust Survivor's Memoir.
* November 12. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 14. DNA Vaccines - The New Horizon.
* November 16. Elan presents: Zim-hop-wehdoo-wopp.
* November 21. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 22. Elon University Gospel Choir.
* November 24. Department of Music presents: A Night at the (Rock)Opera.
* December 3. Department of Music Presents: Season of Light ~ A Holiday Celebration.
* December 5. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 6. The North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops Concert.
* December 8. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* January 16 (2003). War in a Time of Peace.
* January 17-19, February 5-8 (2003). Department of Performing Arts presents: Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors.
Spring 2003.
* January 17-19, February 5-8. Comedy of Errors.
* February 4. Organ Recital.
* February 10. Reception: Elon University Art Department Faculty Exhibit.
* February 10. Good People with Bad Ideas.
* February 11. Find the Cost of Freedom: Censorship 'n' Rock and Roll."
* February 12. Sexual Healing: The Campus Community Confronts Sexual Violence.
* February 12. The Jacques Thibaud String Trio.
* February 13. Suppressing the Fight for Civil Rights: The Black Press, the Double-V Campaign and the U.S. Government in World War II.
* February 13-16. A Little Night Music.
* February 18. The Art of Religious Satire.
* February 18. Street Sounds.
* February 19. The Science, Science Ethics and Policy of An Issue Affecting Fish and Human Health.
* February 20. North Carolina Symphony.
* February 24. Fiction Reading.
* February 25. Cloning Debate: Dr. Gregory Pence and Dr. Nigel Cameron.
* February 26. Songs of a Spiritual Nature.
* February 27. Koresh Dance.
* February 28. Faculty Recital.
* March 3. Opening Reception and Talk: Photography.
* March 4. Poverty and Instability: A Latin American Perspective.
* March 6. Jazz Festival Concert.
* March 10. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 11. Disney 2001 Teacher of the Year.
* March 12. Comedy and Pet Theater.
* March 13. Race Matters.
* March 14. Classical Guitar Concert.
* March 15. Elan.
* March 16. Faculty Recital.
* March 18. Montana Repertory Theater presents The Miracle Worker.
* April 1. Piano Concert.
* April 2. Spring Convocation for Honors.
* April 3. Panel: The Many Faces of Feminism.
* April 4-5. It's a Grand Night for Singing XI.
* April 7. The Suitcase Show.
* April 8. A Conversation with Walter Cronkite.
* April 10. Chatham Baroque with Danny Mallon Percussion.
* April 12. Spring Poetry Day: Readings and Workshops.
* April 13. An Afternoon of Comic Opera.
* April 15. Elon Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 19. Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 22. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 23. Assessing the Impacts of Climate Change.
* April 24. Images of Clayworkers Around the World.
* April 24-27. The Crucible.
* April 27. Senior Thesis Exhibition.
* April 27. Elon Gospel Choir Spring Concert.
* May 2. Spring Choral Showcase.
* May 4. Senior Thesis Exhibition.
* May 8-10. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 10. Senior Thesis Exhibition.
* May 11. The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.
* May 12. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* May 13-15. Walking the Labyrinth.
* May 23. Senior Showcase.
Fall 2003.
* August 26. Faculty Recital.
* August 28. Faculty Recital.
* September 4. Intercollegiate Athletics: Is Reform Working?
* September 8. Opening Reception: Off the Wall.
* September 8. Looking Ahead to the 2004 Elections.
* September 10. National Theater of the Deaf presents "Oh, Figaro!"
* September 11. The Pat Sullivan/Tom Erdmann Quintet.
* September 12. Faculty Recital.
* September 15. Sex and Safari: Sports Illustrated Swimsuits in Africa.
* September 16. Concert.
* September 18. Concert.
* September 19-20. Collage.
* September 19. Jon Metzger and the Common Ground Jazz Quintet.
* September 23. Ahn Trio.
* September 24. Aama's Journey: A Pilgrimage Between Continents and Cultures.
* September 28. The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, Down Home with the Carolina Pops.
* September 29. Fall Convocation: American Foreign Policy: The Middle East and the Global Economy.
* September 30. Depression on College Campuses.
* October 1-5. The Laramie Project.
* October 2. Computational Modeling: Using Technology to Unlock Nature's Secrets.
* October 6. ReMemory, Digital Art.
* October 7. Poetry Reading.
* October 9. Piano Recital.
* October 16. Organ Recital.
* October 17. Faculty Recital.
* October 23. Religion and Ecology: Finding the Balance.
* October 24. Camerata and Elan, Elon University Vocal Jazz Ensemble.
* October 28. Electronic Storytellers: Programming for Public Television.
* October 30-November 1, November 7-9. Anything Goes.
* November 3. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 3. The 3rd Annual Juried Student Art Show.
* November 4. Baltimore Consort.
* November 11. Falling Leaves: The True Story of an Unwanted Chinese Daughter.
* November 13. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 15. Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 18. Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 20. The Life of Rumi: A Lecture and Performance.
* November 21. Elon University Gospel Choir.
* November 22. Debarment of Music presents Fall Choral Classic.
* December 2. Elan, Elon University Vocal Jazz Ensemble.
* December 4. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 5. North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops Concert.
* December 7. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* January 6, 12, and 14 (2004). David Gergen, Isabella Cannon Leadership Lectures.
* January 9 (2004). On Exhibit: Fabulous Fibers II.
* January 22-25, February 4-7 (2004). When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?
Spring 2004.
* February 3. Recital.
* February 9. Fabulous Fibers II.
* February 10. Brazilian Guitar Quartet.
* February 12-15. The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
* February 15. The Vagina Monologues.
* February 16. The Future of Life.
* February 17. Boston Brass.
* February 19. Rich and Poor: What are Our Obligations?
* February 20. Faculty Recital.
* February 21. Elon University Gospel Choir Spring Extravaganza.
* February 23. The Face of Appalachia: Portraits From the Mountain Farm.
* February 24. Piano Concert.
* February 25. Elon University Jazz Festival.
* February 25. The Media and Politics: Direct Observations from a Career of Covering National Politics for ABC News.
* February 26. The Media and the Military: From Vietnam to Iraq II.
* February 26. Piety and Patronage: Altarpieces for the Scuole delle Arti.
* February 26. Cuban - American Identity.
* March 2. Faculty Poetry Reading.
* March 3. A Gay and Straight Agenda.
* March 4. North Carolina Symphony.
* March 8. Composition Faculty Recital.
* March 8. Lecture.
* March 9. Duquesne University Tamburitzans.
* March 10. Lighthouses of the North Carolina Coast.
* March 10. Wind Ensemble 15th Annual Family Concert.
* March 11. Acquiring Genomes in the Origin of Species.
* March 13. Elon University Camerata.
* March 15. A Debate of Freedom of Speech in America since 9/11.
* March 16. Russian National Ballet, Don Quixote.
* March 17. Nonfiction Reading.
* March 17. Concert.
* March 18. Shooting Kennedy: JFK and the Culture of Images.
* March 29. Recent Paintings and Drawings.
* March 30. Concert.
* April 1. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 2-3. It's a Grand Night for Singing XII.
* April 13. An Evening of Christian Fellowship.
* April 13. Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 15. The 2004 Presidential Campaign in Historical Perspective.
* April 17. A Tribute to the Swingle Sisters.
* April 19. The Way Things Never Were: Contemporary Art and Nostalgia.
* April 20. Homer Tonight! Tales from the Trojan War.
* April 21. Spring Convocation for Honors.
* April 22. Feminism - What's That?
* April 22-25. Tom Jones.
* April 23. Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 24. North Carolina Poetry Day.
* April 25. Elon University Gospel Choir.
* April 25. Faculty Recital.
* April 29. Spring Choral Finale.
* April 30-May 1. Student Directed One Act Play Festival.
* May 4. Elon University Strings Concert.
* May 4-6. Walking the Labyrinth.
* May 6-8. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 10. Wind Ensemble Spring Concert.
* May 11. Greensboro Symphony, A Concert of Russian Masters.
* May 21. Senior Showcase.
Cabinet 3, Drawer 5. Oversize flat file cabinet. Copy 1's. Fall 2004-Spring 2014.
20 folders.
Fall 2004.
* September 6. Elon University Art Faculty Exhibit.
* September 8. Homer Tonight! - The Death of Hektor.
* September 9. The PRISM Quartet.
* September 10. Alathea Concert.
* September 13. Faculty Recital.
* September 14. Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America.
* September 15. Faculty Fiction and Poetry Reading.
* September 17. Music Faculty Gala.
* September 17-18. Collage.
* September 21. Capitol Steps.
* September 23. Swing Trombone Tribute.
* September 24. The Spencers: Theatre of Illusion.
* September 27. Fall Convocation.
* September 28. Reception: Digital Art.
* September 29. The Challenge of the 21st Century: Setting the Real Bottom Line.
* October 4. Expanding the American Empire Under the Cover of the War on Terrorism.
* October 5. Tell the Stories So That They May Know.
* October 6-10. Brighton Beach Memoirs.
* October 7. Passionate Readers and Letters of Love in Eighteenth Century Art.
* October 12. Piano Concert.
* October 13. Poetry Reading.
* October 13. NC Spin @ Elon - Live Television Taping and Audience Dialogue.
* October 22. Faculty Recital.
* October 25. The 4th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit.
* October 25. Mountain Ballads: An Evening with Sharyn McCrumb.
* October 28-30, November 5-7. Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical.
* November 1. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 2. Elon Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 4. Will the Circle Be Unbroken: Lessons of the Civil Rights Movement.
* November 8. A Holocaust Survivor's Memoir.
* November 9. Faculty Fiction and Poetry Reading.
* November 10. Hubbard Street 2.
* November 11. Elon Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert and Dance.
* November 12. Elon University Gospel Choir Fall Concert.
* November 14. Greensboro Symphony presents "Mancini Magic."
* November 15. The USAF Langley Winds Quintet.
* November 16. Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market.
* November 18. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 22. Elan.
* November 29. Why Photography Isn't Friendly: Excerpts for a Work in Progress, Written Against Roland Barthes' Camera Lucida.
* December 2. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 4. Department of Music's Fall Choral Showcase.
* December 5. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 11. North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops Concert.
* January 10 (2005). Reception and Gallery Talk.
* January 13 (2005). Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 20-23, February 2-5. Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Spring 2005.
* February 2-5. Two Gentlemen of Verona.
* February 3. Faculty Recital.
* February 7. Opening Reception: Drawn Diversely.
* February 8. Piano Concert.
* February 8. Faculty Nonfiction and Fiction Readings.
* February 10-13. Jane Eyre: A Musical Drama.
* February 13. Adapting Books to Film
* February 14. The Boston Camerata "New Britain: The Roots of American Folksong."
* February 15. Cultural Heritage Choir.
* February 16. Unraveling the Gender Knot.
* February 17. Inside a Dolphin's Mind.
* February 21. Refiguring Nation: The Art of Pedro Figari.
* February 22. Festival of Four.
* February 24. Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 27. The Vagina Monologues.
* February 28. Opening Artist's Reception: Photography.
* March 1. America, Washington and the Environment: Why Making Responsible Environmental Policy has Become so Difficult.
* March 2. Using Genes as Medicines: The Promise and the Challenge.
* March 3. Leadership: A Commonsense Approach.
* March 6. North Carolina Symphony.
* March 7. The Twelve Tribes of American Politics.
* March 8. From the Black Arts to Hip-Hop.
* March 10. The Swingle Singers.
* March 14. Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues.
* March 14. Faculty Recital.
* March 15. Poetry and Fiction Readings.
* March 16. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 17. Piano Concert.
* March 29. Demystifying Poetry.
* April 1-2. It's a Grand Night for Singing XIII.
* April 4. The Fourth Annual "5 x 5."
* April 7. Rainforest Conservation and the Search for New Jungle Medicines.
* April 8. Titian: Sacred and Profane.
* April 10. What's in a Name?
* April 11. This is a Good Way, Get Up and Dance: A Look at Contemporary Plains Indian Powwow Culture.
* April 12. Faculty Recital.
* April 13. Take Back the Night.
* April 13. Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 14. Convocation for Honors.
* April 16. Jazz in the Gym.
* April 17-24, May 1 and 8. Opening Receptions: The Senior Thesis Exhibitions.
* April 17. Faculty Recital.
* April 17. Elon University Gospel Choir Spring Concert.
* April 19. What the Press Forgets to Tell You.
* April 21-24. Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
* April 26. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 27. Faculty Reading.
* April 28. Requiem.
* April 29-30. Student Directed One Act Play Festival.
* May 2. Elon Electric Band.
* May 5-7. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 8. The Greensboro Symphony.
* May 10. Elon University Wind Ensemble Performance.
Fall 2005.
* September 8. Hesperus presents The Adventures of Robin Hood.
* September 13. Faculty Recital.
* September 14. Crusader Artistic Interaction with the Mongols: 1250-1291.
* September 14. Shenandoah Shakespeare Express presents Much Ado About Nothing.
* September 15. Shenandoah Shakespeare Express presents Richard III.
* September 20. 21st Century Slavery: Living Proof.
* September 22. Organ Concert.
* September 22. Reception: "Life Story: Paintings by Tim Fisher and Perin Mahler."
* September 25. Greensboro Symphony Orchestra presents: "Beethoven This."
* September 26. Billy Collins, United States Poet Laureate (2001-2003).
* September 27. Dinosaur Feathers: How Fossils Inform Us about the Evolution of Birds.
* September 28. Chapter 6.
* September 29. Take Back the Night.
* September 30-October 1. Collage.
* September 30. Department of Music presents the Music Faculty Gala.
* October 3. Art Opening: "Almost Real: Repetition and Dirt."
* October 3. Healthy Relationships Between Men and Women.
* October 4. Panel, Sudan: Information for Action.
* October 5-9. Hot I Baltimore.
* October 6. Fall Convocation.
* October 9. A Film and Musical Program.
* October 10-13. Tibetan Monks.
* October 10. Faculty Recital.
* October 10. A Poetry Reading.
* October 11. Music Recital.
* October 12. The Shiwa Tour of Tibetan Peace and Healing.
* October 19 and 22. Screening of the film "Searching for Angela Shelton."
* October 20. Duo Pianists.
* October 24. A Discussion of "Searching for Angela Shelton."
* October 25. Textual Alter Egos: Life as Reader and Writer.
* October 27-29, November 4-6. West Side Story.
* October 31. Opening Reception for the Juried Student Art Exhibit.
* November 2. The Origins of the Rwanda Genocide.
* November 3. Organ Concert.
* November 3. The Open Work: Participatory Art Since Silence.
* November 7. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 8. Faculty Poetry and Prose Readings.
* November 8. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 11. Lest We Forget….
* November 12. Greensboro Symphony presents: "An Evening of Movie Music."
* November 13. Piano Concert.
* November 14-16. Walking the Labyrinth.
* November 14. The Age of Genocide.
* November 16. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 18. Elon University Gospel Choir Fall Concert.
* November 18. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 21. Ballet Flamenco Jose Porcel.
* November 29. Success and Failure in Engineering.
* December 1. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 2. Elan.
* December 4. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 4. Department of Music presents Celebration of Light.
* December 5. Concert.
* December 10. North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops.
* January 9 (2006). Fabulous Fibers III.
* January 9 (2006). Communicating with the World in Real Time: Crisis Leadership Time Ahead.
* January 11 (2006). Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 19-22, February 1-4 (2006). Heidi Chronicles.
Spring 2006.
* January 30. Grasshopper Sermons: The Beauty of the Lord.
* February 6. Opening Reception, Artist's Talk.
* February 7. Guest Lecture.
* February 9. Guest Recital.
* February 9-12. Urinetown - The Musical.
* February 15. Faculty Recital.
* February 15. Faculty Poetry and Fiction Reading.
* February 16. River City Brass Band.
* February 19. The Vagina Monologues.
* February 20. Discovery, Story and Implications of Homo Floresiensis - The Hobbits.
* February 21. The Idea of a University Revisited.
* February 22. Sex on Film: Myth and Reality.
* February 23. Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 23. Step Afrika!
* February 27. Lying and Other Challenges.
* February 27. Opening Reception: Bio Array I.
* February 28. Guest Recital.
* February 28. Guest Reading.
* March 1. Phytochemicals: Plant Sex, Human Drugs, and Insect Rock and Roll.
* March 2. The North Carolina Symphony Classical Concert.
* March 2. Workers' Struggles Right Here in North Carolina.
* March 6. Running with Scissors.
* March 7. Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy.
* March 9. Piano Concert.
* March 9. A Story of Work and Devotion: The Ethnographer in a Muslim Land.
* March 13. Planet Simpson.
* March 15. Elon University Wind Ensemble "Band Dances."
* March 27. The Difference You Make.
* March 28. Forensic Pathology: Art of Science?
* March 29. Israeli-Palestinian Peace Prospects.
* March 30. L'Orchestre de Chambre Francais.
* March 31-April 1. It's a Grand Night for Singing XIII.
* April 3. Fifth Annual 5x5 Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* April 3. Religious Freedoms and the Courts.
* April 4. Convocation for Honors: "Diplomacy: Persuasion, Trust and Values."
* April 5. Faculty Nonfiction Reading.
* April 6. Steve and Sekou.
* April 6. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 6. Political Islam: Myth and Reality.
* April 10. Young and Positive: Living with HIV.
* April 11. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 13. Elan A Cappella.
* April 13. Diagnosing Pictures: The Science of Looking in Late Nineteenth Century America.
* April 18. University Distinguished Scholar, Lecture/Performance.
* April 19. Stalking An Unknown Historian.
* April 20. Rebuilding after Natural Disasters.
* April 20-23. The Trojan Women by Euripides.
* April 24. Faculty Recital.
* April 25. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 26. Faculty Fiction Reading.
* April 27. Elon Camerata and Chorale, Spring Choral Showcase.
* April 27 and 29. Festival of Student Directed One-Acts.
* April 28. Master Class.
* April 29. Chapter 6.
* May 1. Master Class.
* May 4-6. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 7. Senior Thesis Exhibit II.
* May 9. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* May 19. Baccalaureate.
Fall 2006.
* September 5. The Spencers: Theatre of Illusion.
* September 6. The Future of College Athletics.
* September 6. Looking Ahead to the 2006 Elections.
* September 11. Art Department Faculty Exhibition Opening Reception.
* September 12. The Science of Affirmative Action.
* September 13. Richmond Ballet presents "American Masterpieces of Dance."
* September 15-16. Collage.
* September 15. Department of Music presents Music Faculty Gala.
* September 17. Greensboro Symphony Orchestra presents "Happy Birthday, Dmitry!"
* September 19. Fall Convocation with Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, U.S. Supreme Court, retired.
* September 20. A Higher Ambition: The Healing Art of Henri Matisse and Anselm Kiefer.
* September 21. Biodiversity On the Edge: How Real is the 2010 Target?
* September 22. An American Songbook.
* September 25. The Melungeons of Appalachia.
* September 26. Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, A Man Who Would Cure the World.
* September 28. Take Back the Night.
* September 29. Crazy Ideas in Science.
* October 2. River, Opening Reception.
* October 2. Medical Anthropology in the Age of Paul Farmer, panel discussion.
* October 4-10. Blues for an Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleage.
* October 5. In the Midst of a Movement: The South, the Press and Civil Rights, panel discussion.
* October 6. Faculty Recital.
* October 8. Three Hundred Children, One Grandfather and One Blind Boy.
* October 9. Paintings and Drawings, opening reception.
* October 10. Crasdant.
* October 10. Guest Reading.
* October 11. Historical Consciousness: Giving Voice to Social and Political Activism in Modern American Fiction.
* October 13. Pianist.
* October 14. Elon University Faculty Recital.
* October 19. Piano Recital.
* October 22. Amadeus Trio.
* October 23. Limited Freedoms: Art in Shanghai in the 1990s.
* October 23. The Annual Sigma Tau Delta Lecture: Barbara Maskela.
* October 25. Why I Am a Muslim.
* October 26-28, November 3-5. Carousel.
* November 1. Faculty Poetry and Fiction Reading.
* November 6. Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, opening reception.
* November 6. The Shuttle's Return to Flight Following the Columbia Disaster.
* November 7. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 8. A Holocaust Survivor's Memoir.
* November 10. Elon University Chorale.
* November 11. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 13. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 15. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 16. Writing Vietnam.
* November 18. The President's Own United States Marine Band.
* November 30. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 1. Elan.
* December 3. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 3. Elon University Camerata.
* December 4. Art and War, brown bag discussion.
* December 9. North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops.
* January 8 (2007). Wall/Space, Opening Reception
* January 19-23, January 31-February 3 (2007). The Marriage of Bette and Boo.
Spring 2007.
* February 5. The Art of Design: Works from Creative Resolution, Opening Reception.
* February 6. Time for Three.
* February 8-11. A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine.
* February 12. Making Connections for Success.
* February 13. Was I Teaching or Was I Learning? I'd Say Both.
* February 15. Female Chauvinist Pigs.
* February 15. Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 17. North Carolina Symphony Orchestra.
* February 18. Trumpet and Organ Recital.
* February 19. Will Read for Food.
* February 19. Film Screening: Born into Brothels.
* February 20. Bulgarian State Opera Performs Tosca.
* February 21. Reconnecting with the Children of Calcutta.
* February 22. Thomas Jefferson and the Idea of Racial Difference.
* February 25. Piano and Violin Recital.
* February 26. A Treasured Pakistan, Opening Reception.
* February 27. Frances O'Roark Dowell.
* February 28. The Peking Acrobats.
* February 28. Film Screening: Harvest of Shame.
* March 1. Ethiopian Contemporary Art: Icons of the Past, Images of the Present.
* March 1. Children of Abraham and Sarah I: Sacred Stories.
* March 2. An Evening at the Opera.
* March 6. Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism.
* March 7. The Science of Protecting the Nation's Critical Infrastructure.
* March 8. Children of Abraham and Sarah II: Common Threads, Divergent Traditions.
* March 9. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* March 12. Faculty Recital.
* March 12. Leadership in the Twenty-First Century.
* March 13. Reading.
* March 14. The Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 14. Film Screening, Street Fight.
* March 15. Art Department Traveling Student Exhibition.
* March 26. From Idea to Academy Award Nomination: Views from a Documentary Filmmaker.
* March 28. Women Writers' Panel.
* March 29. Piano Recital.
* March 30-31. Grand Night XV.
* April 1. Camerata.
* April 2. Medical Discoveries and Innovation in the 20th Century.
* April 3. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 5. Pride and Plaid: Celtic Revival in North Carolina Funerary Monuments.
* April 10. University Distinguished Scholar Presentation.
* April 11. Ambassador Dennis Ross, "Making Peace."
* April 12. Convocation for Honors: Celebrating Excellence in Engaged Learning.
* April 16. Religious Liberty: In Jeopardy?
* April 17. Reading.
* April 19-22. She Stoops to Conquer.
* April 20. Gallantry.
* April 22. Faculty Recital.
* April 24. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 24-28. Spring Black Box Theatre Festival Featuring Bent and Julius Caesar.
* April 26. Benjamin Britten's St. Nicholas Mass.
* April 27. elan - university vocal jazz.
* May 3-5. Elon Dancers Spring Concert 2007.
* May 8. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
Fall 2007.
* August 16. Love After Loss.
* August 27. Source Material.
* August 29. Faculty Recital.
* September 4. One Nation Under Blog.
* September 10. "Homer Tonight."
* September 10. Faculty Recital.
* September 11. Capitol Quartet.
* September 12. "Rebuilding Green, Printing T-Shirts for Good."
* September 13. "The Other Side of Middletown: Building Bridges Between Universities and Local Communities through Collaborative Ethnography."
* September 16. Fully Awake: Black Mountain College.
* September 19. Faculty Reading.
* September 19. "Integrity in Sports."
* September 20. "The Political Argument Today."
* September 24. Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Understanding Global Change
* September 25. Dance Alloy Theater.
* September 25. "Publicity and Propaganda in 1930s Japan: Modernism as Method."
* September 26. The Fever of '57.
* September 27. Guitar Concert.
* September 28-29. Collage.
* September 28. The Exonerated.
* September 28. Music Faculty Gala.
* October 1. One Nation Under Blog"
* October 2. "Hothouse Kids: The Dilemma of the Gifted Child."
* October 3-9. Marisol.
* October 9. Guitar Concert.
* October 10. "Rock and Roll Is Dead and We Just Don't Know It Yet."
* October 19. "Evolution's Rainbow."
* October 19. The Choreography Salon.
* October 22. "Sensuous Seas: Tales of a Marine Biologist."
* October 25-27, November 2-4. Fall Musical.
* October 26. National Pan-Hellenic Council Homecoming Step Show.
* October 30. Piano Recital.
* October 30. "Old Gold: Why Washington Irving Still Matters."
* November 5. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 5. "Health Disparities: A Global Challenge."
* November 7. "A Nonviolent Approach to Terrorism."
* November 9. Gospel Choir Fall Concert.
* November 9. Elon University Chorale.
* November 13. "Songs of Our Native Selves."
* November 14. Will Read for Food.
* November 14. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 16. Elon University Jazz Ensemble.
* November 17-18. Fall Dance Concert.
* November 20. Elon University Percussion Ensemble.
* November 29. African Art at Elon.
* November 29. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* November 30. Elan.
* December 2. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 2. Celebration of Light.
* December 3. Textile Exhibition.
* December 16. Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops.
* January 18-23, February 6-9 (2008). The Cherry Orchard.
Spring 2008.
* February 5-8. The Cherry Orchard.
* February 9. "Alamance County in the Civil War and Reconstruction," Panel Discussions.
* February 11. Perri Lynch, Repeater.
* February 12. Red Priest "Pirates of the Baroque."
* February 14-19. The Phantom of the Opera.
* February 18. Pietra Rivoli, "Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy."
* February 18. Bassam Z. Shakhashiri, "Science Is Fun!"
* February 19. Jim Warren, "Averting Climate Catastrophe: Power Plants or Clean Energy - Who Decides?"
* February 20. Jim Keady "Try Living on Nike Wages!"
* February 20. The Immigration Debate: Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, and Enrique Morones, founder of Border Angels.
* February 21. "Can Fair Trade Practices Be Profitable?"
* February 23. Elon University Jazz Festival Concert featuring Barry Harris.
* February 25. Wayne Winkler, "The Melungeons of East Tennessee."
* February 26. Charlayne Hunter-Gault "Africa on the Edge."
* February 27. Millard Fuller "Called to Serve."
* February 28. North Carolina Symphony Classical Concert.
* March 3. Terry Smith, "Contemporary Art and Contemporaneity."
* March 3. "The Ground Truth: The Human Costs of War," Film Screening.
* March 4. Carl Klaus, Guest Reading.
* March 4. Phyllis Bennis, "Costs of War: U.S."
* March 5. Darh Jamail "Costs of War: Iraq."
* March 6. St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre presents Swan Lake.
* March 6. "Personal Journeys: A Community Conversation on the Costs of War," Panel Discussion.
* March 7. "Metropolis Remix: Live," a performance and instillation by artists Robb Fladry, Barry Jones, and Kell Black.
* March 9. Thomas Murray, Organ Recital.
* March 11. Jeff Chang, "Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Culture."
* March 12. Dante James, "Slavery and the Making of America."
* March 14. Department of Music Gala.
* March 17. William Ruddiman, "Farmers First Began Altering Global Climate Thousands (not hundreds) of Years Ago."
* March 19. Elon University Wind Ensemble "Fun Music and a Movie."
* March 31. 2007 Distinguished Scholar Presentation: Anthony Weston, "Green Dreaming: Environmental Visions After the Emergency," an Invitation Workshop.
* April 2. Glaire D. Anderson, "Roman Landscape, Abbasid Manners: Negotiation Suburban Villa Culture in Tenth Century Spain."
* April 2. Charles Kimball "When Religion Becomes Evil."
* April 3. Ann Schein, Piano.
* April 4-5. Grand Night XVI.
* April 6. Camerata in Concert.
* April 8. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 8. Al Staggs, Clarence Jordan and the God Movement.
* April 9. Claudia Emerson, Poetry.
* April 10. Convocation for Honors: Celebrating Excellence in the Performing Arts.
* April 11-12. The "Commedia Project."
* April 13. Linda Cykert, flute; Soo Goh, Clarinet; Roman Brito, Piano.
* April 14. John Paul Russo "The Future Without a Past: The Humanities in a Technological Age."
* April 17. Sen. Harris L. Wofford "Citizen Service - To Crack the Atom of Civic Power."
* April 18. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 24. Douglas Neidt, Guitar.
* April 24. George Gmelch "The Changing Culture of American Baseball."
* April 24-27. A Midsummer Night's Dream.
* April 27-28. "Tapped Out."
* April 29. Elon University Chamber Orchestra Concert.
* April 29-May 3. Black Box Festival.
* May 1. Elon University Camerata, Chorale and Festival Orchestra: Masterwork Concert.
* May 2. World Out.
* May 8-10. Department of Performing Arts presents "Reflections."
* May 13. Elon University Wind Ensemble, "Pulse."
Fall 2008.
* September 4. Faculty Art Exhibition Opening Reception.
* September 4. Jabali Afrika.
* September 8. Charles Cook, "Looking Ahead to the 2008 Elections."
* September 9. Ellen T. Ruff, "Our Energy Future - Trade Offs and Choices."
* September 10. Mark Moffett, "An Engaging Look at Nature and Why Its Worth Protecting."
* September 11. ArcheDream for Humankind.
* September 11. Invisible Children: Rough Cut, Documentary Screening.
* September 16. Jim Lloyd: Appalachian Stories and Songs.
* September 17. Uncounted - The New Math of American Elections, Documentary Screening.
* September 18. Julie Celona-VanGorden, Soprano, Christy Wisutherswong, Piano.
* September 18. Tlen Huicani.
* September 21. Dance in the Landscape.
* September 22. Jeffery Toobin, "The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court."
* September 23. Jonathan Kozol, "Joy and Justice: An Invitation to the Young to Serve the Children of the Poor."
* September 24. Stephen Zunes, "US Policy in Iraq and the Middle East: Challenges for the Next Administration."
* September 24. John Zeglis.
* September 25. Charles Steele, Serigraphs and Drawings.
* September 26-27. Collage.
* September 28. Bel Canto Company, A Choral Sampler.
* September 29. Libby Rowe, Art Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* September 29. Jonathan Alter, "Between the Lines: Politics, Media and Society."
* October 1. Celtic Crossroads.
* October 6. Bassam Z. Shakhashiri "Science is Fun!"
* October 7. Carol G. Duncan, "A Matter of Class: Art Collecting and Class Identity in an American Manufacturing City in the Early 20th Century."
* October 8. Matthew Buckmaster, Trombone.
* October 8-14. The Pavilion.
* October 8. Campus Debate.
* October 13. Malena Morling, Poetry Reading.
* October 14. Festival of Four.
* October 15. Choreography Salon 1.
* October 16. Choreography Salon 2.
* October 21. Invisible: Slavery Today, Traveling Exhibition.
* October 22. The Rev. Richard Cizik, "For God's Sake: Caring for Creation."
* October 22. David McCullough, "George Washington and Nathaniel Greene and the Miraculous Outcome of the American Revolution."
* October 22-23. Choreography Salon.
* October 23. David McCullough, Fall Convocation, "Leadership and the History You Don't Know."
* October 27. Kathleen Davis, "Invisible: Slavery Today."
* October 29. Joe Garden, "Inside The Onion: Satire and the Political Process."
* October 30-31, November 1, 7-9. Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
* November 3. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 3. Hallie Hogan, Mezzo-Soprano, Omri Shimron, Piano.
* November 6. SJE Art Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* November 6. A.E. Dick Howard, "The Global Voyage of American Constitutionalism: The Influence of the American Constitutional Experience on Other Lands."
* November 10. Catherine Hunt, Sustainable Chemistries: Environmentally Advanced and Economically Viable!
* November 11. Percussion Ensemble Concert.
* November 11. Study Abroad Forum.
* November 13. John and Richard Contiguglia, Duo Piano.
* November 15. Elon University Electronic Ensemble.
* November 18. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 19. Will Read For Food.
* November 21. Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 21-23. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 24. Department of Music Chorale Concert.
* December 2. La Catrina, String Quartet.
* December 4. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 4. Messiah: A Soulful Celebration.
* December 7. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 8. Celebration of Light.
* January 22-26, February 4-7 (2009). The Country Wife by William Wycherley.
Spring 2009.
* February 3. The Honorable Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, NJ: "How to Change the World with Your Bare Hands."
* February 4-7. The Country Wife by William Wycherley.
* February 9. Jean Sanders, Open Heart, Opening Reception.
* February 10. Kevin Boyle and Cassie Kircher, Faculty Poetry and Non-fiction Reading.
* February 12-15. Nine.
* February 14. A Jihad for Love, Film Screening.
* February 15. Don Bolden, "Alamance: A County at War."
* February 17. Matthew DiCamillo, Baritone, Tyson Hankins, Piano, Faculty Recital.
* February 18. Dr. Nancy Knowlton, "The Impact of Climate Change on Coral Reefs."
* February 19. Victoria Fischer Faw, "A Mere Bagatelle," Faculty Recital.
* February 19. Parvez Sharma, "Perspectives on Islam and Homosexuality."
* February 20. The Night of the Phoenix.
* February 21. Elon University Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 22. William Yelverton, Classical Guitar.
* February 23. A Journey of Friends: the Collaborative Art of the Theatrical Designers of Elon, Opening Reception.
* February 24. Balsom Ensemble featuring Alison Balsom, Trumpet.
* February 25. Christof Putzel, Left Behind: HIV/AIDS in Kenya, Documentary Screening and Discussion.
* February 26. Bill Schulz, "Restoring America's Credibility: Human Rights Challenges Facing the Obama Administration."
* February 27. Joel Salatin, "The Mission of Polyface Farm."
* February 27-March 1. DanceWorks.
* March 1. University of North Carolina School of the Arts Faculty Piano Quartet.
* March 2. Dr. Arthur Kramer, "The Aging Brain and Mind - Use It or Lose It!"
* March 3. Barbara Abou-el-Haj, "What's the Matter with Pilgrimage Studies? History, Historiography, Hagiography and the Camino de Santiago."
* March 4. David Gessner, Nonfiction Reading.
* March 5. The Russian National Ballet Theatre.
* March 9. John Bakker, Opening Reception.
* March 9. Leonard Pitts, Guest Lecture.
* March 10. Jackson Katz, "The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help."
* March 10. Major General Bernard Loeffke, "China: Friend or Enemy?"
* March 12. Joseph Kalichstein, Piano.
* March 13. Department of Music Chamber Ensembles Concert.
* March 15. Billy Summers, Faculty Organ Recital.
* March 16. Amsterdam Cello Octet featuring Elena Gragera, Mezzo-Soprano.
* March 17. Nancy Mairs, "Writing in the Margins."
* March 18. Elon University Wind Ensemble with the Wake Forest University Wind Ensemble.
* March 30. Barbara Bancroft, "Health Matters…from the A's to the ZZZ's."
* March 31. Convocation for Honors with The Honorable Madeline Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State.
* March 31. JUBILEE: A Non-Profit Band.
* April 1. Robert Kirschner, "The Extravagant Universe."
* April 2. A View from the Underside: the Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
* April 3-4. Grand Night XVII.
* April 6. 2008 Distinguished Scholar Presentation: Earl Honeycutt, "Academic Research: Selfish or Selfless?"
* April 7. Anderson Cooper, "A 360-Degree Look At World Events."
* April 7. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 8. Hillel Passover Seder.
* April 9. Jim Goodnight, Elon Medal of Entrepreneurial Leadership Presentation.
* April 15. David Radcliff, "One Earth, One Chance, One Challenge."
* April 15. Anthony Zerbe, "It's All Done with Mirrors."
* April 16. Hanna Holborn Gray, "Education and Utopia."
* April 17. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert: Swing and Salsa Dance.
* April 18. "The Impacts of Deportation in Alamance County."
* April 19. Faculty Recital.
* April 23. Thomas Moore, The Soul of the University.
* April 23-26. Noises Off.
* April 25. National Pan-Hellenic, Inc. Council Step Show.
* April 26-27. Tapped Out!
* April 27. The Carolina String Duo.
* April 28. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 28-May 2. Black Box Festival.
* April 30. Handel's Messiah.
* May 1. Music in the Quad with the World Percussion Ensemble and the Electric Ensemble.
* May 2. "A Night at the Opera."
* May 7-9. Vibe.
* May 12. Elon University Wind Ensemble, "100-year Anniversary Celebration."
* May 14. North Carolina Symphony Orchestra concert, "Festive and Fun."
Fall 2009.
* August 24. Tri-State Sculptors Exhibition.
* September 2. Step Afrika.
* September 3. Phoenix Piano Trio.
* September 8. Faculty Recital.
* September 10. Anya Kemntz, "What's the Economy For?"
* September 12. 2nd Annual Celebrate Women Symposium and Keynote Luncheon Address by Jeanne Robertson.
* September 15. John Owen, "Global Journalism: Ignoring the World at Your Peril."
* September 16. Voices of Discovery Science Speaker Series presents William Schlesinger.
* September 18. Faculty Recital.
* September 22. C.K. Williams, Poetry Reading.
* September 24. Richard Halperin "The Death Penalty in the USA: Current Trends and Realities."
* September 25-26. Collage.
* September 25. Department of Music Faculty Gala.
* September 27. Dance in the Landscape.
* September 29. Nagata Shachu, "New traditions for the Taiko."
* September 30. Orville Schell, "The Importance of China to the U.S.: From Climate change, Trade to the U.S. Debt."
* October 3. LGBT Conference.
* October 3. Tri-State Sculptors Exhibition.
* October 5. Giovanna Negretti, "The Importance of Political Engagement."
* October 6. Marium Stephan, Painting, Opening Receptions.
* October 6. Thorpe Moeckel, Poetry Reading.
* October 7-13. Psycho Beach Party.
* October 8. Giuseppe Pelli and Stepfano Ragni, "Italian Music, Ambassador of Culture in the World."
* October 11. Bel Canto Company.
* October 13. Elon University Fall Convocation with Khalid Hosseini.
* October 22-23. Choreography Salon.
* October 22. Patrick Cook-Deegan, "Cycle for Schools."
* October 22. American Place Theatre presents the Secret Life of Bees.
* October 26. Rebecca Brown, "India's Modern Antiquity: An Unreadable Text, a New Ruin, and the Question of Modernity after 1947."
* October 27. Jeann Stark, Piano.
* October 26. The Great Marijuana Debate.
* October 29. Study Abroad Forum.
* October 29-31, November 6-8. Kiss Me Kate.
* November 3. Borealis Wind Quintet.
* November 9. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 9. Voices of Discovery Science Speaker Series presents Kimberly Jones.
* November 10. Paragon Ragtime Orchestra.
* November 11. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 12. JSE Art Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* November 12-14. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 14. Elon University World Percussion Ensemble Concert.
* November 16. Threefifty Duo, Classic Guitar.
* November 17. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* November 18. Mike Yankoshi.
* November 20. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 23. Elon University Chorale Concert.
* December 1. Current Trends in Print, Opening Reception.
* December 2. Soul Food to Go.
* December 3. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 4. Elon University Electric Ensemble.
* December 6. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 7. Elon University Camerata performs Celebration of Light.
* December 8. Small Work Invitational, Opening Reception.
* December 8. Hillel Hanukah Party.
* December 20. Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops Concert.
* January 7 and 19 (2010). The Isabella Cannon Distinguished Visiting Professor of Leadership.
* January 21-25 (2010). Time of Your Life.
Spring 2010.
* February 3-6. The Time of Your Life.
* February 4. Phoenix Brass.
* February 8. Brant Schuller, Opening Reception.
* February 9. Gene Bertonici, Guitar.
* February 11-14. 110 in the Shade.
* February 14. Department of Music Faculty Chamber Recital.
* February 15. Burma VJ- Reporting from a Closed Country, Film Screening.
* February 16. Willis Delony.
* February 20. Remnants of War, Film Screening and Talk.
* February 20. Elon University, Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 21. The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo, Film Screening.
* February 22. William Chapman Nyaho, Piano.
* February 23. Works from the Elon University African Art Collection.
* February 24. Khaled Mattawa, Poetry Reading.
* February 24. Nicholas Leichter Dance.
* February 25. Lisa F. Jackson, "The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo."
* February 25. Zzyzx Saxophone Quartet.
* February 28. Crude, Film Screening.
* March 2. Ciompi Quartet.
* March 3. Carol C. Mattusch, "Art and Technology in the Classical World."
* March 3. Michael Chabon, "I Was Edgar Allen Poe!"
* March 4. Legends of Business: Kerrii Anderson.
* March 8. An-My Le, Photography Exhibition.
* March 9. Ian Hobson, Piano.
* March 10-12. Speak Truth to Power: Voices from Beyond the Dark by Arie Dorfman.
* March 10. Marilyn Cochran-Smith, "Inquiry for the Next Generation: What's Justice Got To Do With It?"
* March 12. Department of Music Chamber Ensembles Concert.
* March 15. "Megachurches and the Media: The Second Annual Elon Religion and Media Conference."
* March 16. "Tidal Wave: How Women Changed America at Century's End."
* March 16. Nina Totenberg, "The Supreme Court and Its Impact on You."
* March 17. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 30. 50 Years of Living and Working in India.
* March 30. Elon Hillel Community Passover Seder.
* March 31. Steven Johnson, "Imagine If: What the World Needs."
* March 31. Bill Porter, "China's Hermit Tradition and the Beginning of Zen."
* April 1. Edward Luce on Modern India.
* April 6. American Chamber Players.
* April 9-10. Grand Night XVIII.
* April 11. Of Birds and Bees.
* April 13. Elon University Convocation for Honors and Installation of Phi Beta Kappa chapter, with Nicholas Kristof.
* April 13. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 14. Kathryn Norlock, "Forgiveness as Moral Housekeeping."
* April 15. Joyce Flueckiger, "When the World Becomes Female: Religious Festival in South India."
* April 16. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 19. Laura Roselle, "Constructing a New World Order: Strategic Narratives and International Communication in the Post-Cold War Era."
* April 22. Annie Leonard, "The Story of Stuff."
* April 22-25. Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare.
* April 25. Virginia Novine Whittaker, Saxophone; Linda Cykert, Flute; Chip Newton, Guitar; Omri Shimron, Piano.
* April 25-26. Tapped Out!
* April 27-May 1. Black Box Festival: i.d. and Women of Manhattan.
* April 27. Elon University Chamber Orchestra.
* April 29. Elon University Camerata, Chorale, and Festival Orchestra Masterwork Concert.
* April 30. Elon University Electric Ensemble, the Music of Woodstock.
* April 30. World Percussion Ensemble Concert.
* May 1. Voices from the Dark Side.
* May 6-8. Elements.
* May 11. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* May 12. Cinelon Student Film Festival.
* June 29. Eastern Music Festival Steinway Piano Gala Benefiting the EMF Scholarship Fund.
Fall 2010.
* September 7. "A Look Ahead to the 2010 Election."
* September 9. Jack Smith, Elaborate Design Carefully Crafted, Opening Reception.
* September 9. Victoria Fischer Faw and Friends.
* September 13. Heather Freeman, Opening Reception and Artist Talk.
* September 13. Omri Shimron, Piano, Faculty Recital.
* September 14. "Tackling HIV Transmission Through Interdisciplinary and International Collaborations."
* September 16. SLAMM! With Carmine Appice.
* September 19. Carolina String Duo.
* September 21. Elon Common Reading Lecture with Rob Gifford, author of China Road.
* September 27. Women of the Mexican Revolution, Opening Reception.
* September 27. Jon Meacham, "Andrew Jackson and the Art of Leadership: Old Hickory in a New Century."
* September 28. "The Value of Nothing."
* September 29. "The 2010 Elections - A Republican Party Perspective."
* October 1-2. Collage.
* October 1. Department of Music Faculty Gala.
* October 4. Christian Karkow, Opening Reception.
* October 5. Fairytales and Prostitutes: 20 Years after Pretty Woman.
* October 6-12. Hedda Gabler.
* October 12. Fall Convocation with Prevez Musharref, President of Pakistan, 2001-08
* October 12. Swing Triade.
* October 21-22. Choreography Salon.
* October 21. The Conundrum Duo.
* October 25. "Thinking of the Way to the Yoshiwara: Writing and Pictures About the Trip to Edo's Courtesan District."
* October 25. Liberal Arts Forum presents Rick Loomis, Photojournalist.
* October 26. Adams Foundation Piano Recital Series with Awadagin Pratt.
* October 27. Sigma Tau Delta guest speaker Dr. Walt Wolfram.
* October 28-30, November 5-7. Children of Eden.
* November 3. "Building Peace: Lessons from the Rwandan Genocide."
* November 4. SJE Art Exhibition.
* November 7. "Selected Nocturnes of Gabriel Faure."
* November 8. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 8. Adrian Blevins, Guest Reading.
* November 8. Voices of Discovery Science Speaker Series presents Craig R. Smith, Chief Operating Officer, Alegenol Biofuels.
* November 9. Runt of the Litter.
* November 10. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 10. "Beyond Fundamentalism: Confronting Religious Extremism in the Age of Globalization."
* November 11-12, 14. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 16. Elon International Education Week Concert.
* November 18. International Education Week presents Roderic Camp.
* November 17. Will Read for Food.
* November 19. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 22. Current Trends in Print, Opening Reception.
* November 22. "Cultural Property and the Law: An Overview of Recent Developments."
* November 22. Elon University Chorale Concert.
* December 1. The Music of Steely Dan.
* December 2. Holiday Celebration with Luminaries.
* December 3. Elon University Electric Ensemble.
* December 5. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 5. A Celebration of Light.
* December 6. Small Work Invitational, Closing Reception.
* January 20-24, February 2-5. Crimes of the Heart.
* January 21-22 (2011). Tapped Out!
Spring 2011.
* February 2-5. Crimes of the Heart.
* February 5. Marguerite Jay Gignoux, "Artist Reflections - Penland Connections."
* February 6. Ken Cowan, Organ.
* February 7. Faculty Art Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* February 8. Alex DeGrassi, Guitar.
* February 10-13. Rent.
* February 18-20. Black Box One Acts.
* February 19. The Evolution of Gospel Music.
* February 19. Elon University Jazz Festival Concert: The Blue and Green Project.
* February 21. North Carolina's WWII Experience, Film Screening.
* February 21. Rebecca Solnit, "A Paradise Built in Hell."
* February 22. J.C. Watts, "Leadership Lessons from the Sidelines and the Aisles of Congress."
* February 24. Nordic Voices.
* March 1. Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle.
* March 1. Mysoon Rizk, "'A Fire in My Belly' and Other So-Called Dirty Work in the Art of David Wojnarowicz."
* March 2. Annual H Shelton Smith Lecture Featuring Dr. Gail O'Day.
* March 2. Must-Have-Mozart.
* March 3. Phoenix Piano Trio.
* March 4. Department of Music Chamber Ensembles Concert.
* March 7. Mark Slankard, Toplu.
* March 8. Russian National Ballet Theatre.
* March 10. Luke Johnson, Poetry Reading.
* March 10. Vandana Shiva, "Sustainability and the Global Food Crisis."
* March 13. Charles Hogan, Organ.
* March 14. Golan Levin, Exhibition Opening.
* March 15. Lindsay Hale, "Living with the Spirits: Umbanda in Rio de Janeiro."
* March 15. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 16. Jay H. Sanders, "Telemedicine: Where We Are and Where We Need to Be."
* March 26. Anthony Atala, "Regenerative Medicine: New Approaches to Healthcare."
* March 26. American College Dance Festival Gala Performance.
* March 29. Jessica K. Dallow, "Animal Acts: Richard McLean's Equine Paintings."
* March 29. Steven Mayer, Piano.
* March 31. The Berenstain Bears Go to Elon.
* March 31. Jacob S. Hacker, "Reform 2.0: The Battle over the Future of American Health Care."
* March 31. Golan Levin, "The Crossroads of Arts, Science, Technology, and Culture."
* April 1-2. Grand Night XIX.
* April 2. 2nd Annual Diversity Leadership Conference presents Tim Wise.
* April 3. Linda Cykert, Flute, and Ramon Brito, Piano.
* April 4. 3rd Annual Religion and Media Conference: Media Portrayal of Atheism.
* April 6. Michael Chitwood, Guest Reading.
* April 7. Convocation for Honors 2011.
* April 7-9. The Elon Opera Workshop presents Gianni Schicchi.
* April 10. The Elon University Camerata featuring Sharon LaRocco, Piano.
* April 11. JUBILEE: a Band of Advocates.
* April 12. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 12. Linnell Secomb, "Suffering and Sensation."
* April 13. Lynn Fuchs and Douglas Fuchs, Responsiveness to Intervention: Its Promise and Problems.
* April 14. Jeffrey C Pugh, "Devil's Ink: Blog from the Basement Office."
* April 14-17. Ajaz.
* April 15. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 17. 2011 Bachelor of Arts Thesis Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* April 18. Faculty Select Collective.
* April 18. Doug McAdam, "The Long-term Civic Impact of Youth Activism: The Curious Contrast between Freedom Summer and Teach for America."
* April 19. Elon University Orchestra.
* April 20. Anne Lappe, "Diet for a Hot Planet."
* April 21. elan eclectique live.
* April 28. Dance Concert on the Patio.
* April 28. E3: Elon Electric Ensemble.
* April 28-30. Student-Directed Full-Length Play.
* April 29. Global Rhythm Fusion.
* May 1. 2011 Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* May 1. A British Choral Invasion.
* May 4. Lia Purpua, Guest Reading.
* May 5-7. On That Note… An Evening of Dance and Music.
* May 6-8. It's Only Life.
* May 10. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
Fall 2011.
* September 1. Phoenix Piano Trio.
* September 4. Tim Baker.
* September 5. The Plastic Box, Opening Reception.
* September 6-7. The Second City.
* September 8. A 9/11 Discussion.
* September 12. Indrani Nayar-Gall, Opening Reception.
* September 15. Omri Shimron, Piano.
* September 15. David Ogden, "The Intersection of Law and Politics."
* September 21. Cindy Van Dover, "Gold Rush: Discovery of Gold Deposits in the Deep Sea and the Extraordinary Animals that Live on Them."
* September 23. Peter Buffet, Life Is What You Make It.
* September 23-24. Collage.
* September 23. Department of Music Faculty Gala.
* September 25. Dance in the Landscape Concert.
* September 27. Sigrid Danielson, "Hands and Temperaments: Art History and the Early Medieval Artist."
* September 27. Golden Dragon Acrobats.
* September 29. Sonia Nazario, "Enrique's Journey."
* October 3. John Douglas Powers, Opening Reception.
* October 4. Dorianne Laux, Guest Reading.
* October 5-11. Getting Out.
* October 6. Patrizio Scarponi, Violin and Guiseppe Pelli, Piano.
* October 9. Marilyn Keiser, Organ.
* October 11. Fall Convocation and Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture with Dave Berry.
* October 14-16. 5th Annual Carolina Classic Mock Trial Invitational Tournament.
* October 20-21. Choreography Salon.
* October 24. Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw, "Righting Biography: Race, Religion and the Internet in the Revision of American Art History.
* October 24. Tony Hoagland, Guest Reading.
* October 25. John and Richard Contiguglia, Duo Piano.
* October 26. Diwali Celebration.
* October 27. Azouz Begag and Alex Hargreaves, "Contemporary France, Changing France."
* October 27-29, November 3-5. Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical.
* November 3. Quartet San Francisco.
* November 3. Remembering November 3rd: The Greensboro Truth Process.
* November 7. Hometown Heroes: Models of Community Leadership.
* November 7. Andrew Schwartz, "The Power of Neuronal Populations."
* November 8. Kavita Ramdas, Guest Lecture.
* November 9. Heather Layton, Ally/Enemy Opening Reception.
* November 9. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 10. Jesse Sheidlower, "Updating the Oxford English Dictionary."
* November 10-12. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 14. Anuradha Murali, Dance Lecture-Demonstration.
* November 15. Elon University Orchestra with Polly Butler Cornelius, Soprano, and Omri Shimron, Piano.
* November 15. Faces of Homelessness.
* November 15. Sudha Iyer, Sitar and Nikhil Tikekar, Tabla.
* November 18. Elon University Chorale.
* November 21. SJE Art Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* November 21. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 29. EST: élan standard time.
* December 1. Festival of Holiday Lights.
* December 2. Elon Electric Ensemble.
* December 4. Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle Service.
* December 4. A Celebration of Light.
* December 16-17. Black Nativity.
* January 9 (2012). Fabulous Fibers, Opening Reception.
* January 14 (2012). Elon Cares 2012.
* January 19-23, February 1-4 (2012). Macbeth.
* January 20-21 (2012). Tapped Out!
Spring 2012.
* February 1, 8, 15. African Art Collections Exhibition Openings.
* February 6. Current Trends in Print Opening Reception.
* February 8. The Tournees Festival: New French Films on Campus.
* February 9. Carl Wilkens, "Building Peace: Lesson from the Rwandan Genocide."
* February 9-12. She Loves Me.
* February 10. Roy Bookbinder, Blues and Ragtime Guitar.
* February 11. African-American Read-In Day.
* February 11. Night of Worship.
* February 13. Damian Yanessa, Shifting Ground" Opening Reception.
* February 14. Elon University Jazz Festival Lunchtime Lecture.
* February 14. "The Vagina Monologues."
* February 15. Will Read for Food.
* February 15. The H. Shelton Smith Lecture featuring Tony Campolo.
* February 17. Art History @ Elon: A Symposium.
* February 18. 16th Annual Elon University Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 20. Robert Bracey, Tenor; Karen Beres, Piano.
* February 21. Jose Obando, "Ceremonial Origins of Salsa."
* February 22. Department of Music Faculty Recital.
* February 23. Robin Wright, "Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World."
* February 23. Phoenix Piano Trio.
* February 25. DeMar Austin Neal IV, Baritone; Katherine Thomas, Piano.
* February 27. Belarus Free Theatre.
* February 28. "Taming of the Shrew" by William Shakespeare.
* March 1. Amphion String Quartet.
* March 2. Department of Music Chamber Ensembles Concert.
* March 5. Passion-The Key to Great Leadership.
* March 6. Love's Bliss: Love's Agony.
* March 7. Reality Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning from the Student's Standpoint.
* March 8. Richmond Ballet.
* March 8. 2012 Political Debate Between the Elon Young Democrats and the Elon Young Republicans.
* March 12. Analytic Mark.
* March 12. Incognito: The Brains Behind the Mind.
* March 13. Classical Smackdown: Dubussy/Prokofiev.
* March 13. Dancing Across Religions: Embodied Yearnings for the Divine.
* March 14. Nonfiction Reading.
* March 14. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
* March 16. High in the Blue Ridge: Music and Multi-Image Presentation.
* March 28. Elon Faculty Poetry Reading.
* March 29. Interrupting Oppression and Sustaining Justice: Lessons from Welfare Reform.
* March 30-31. Grand Night XX.
* March 31. SJP Region Two Conference Awards.
* April 3. Convocation for Honors 2012.
* April 5. Our Divided Political Heart: Barack Obama, the Tea Party and the Battle for the American Idea.
* April 5. Readings from National Park Service Anthology.
* April 11. Symposium on Human Trafficking.
* April 11. Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 12. Gender Outlaw.
* April 13. Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 15-19, 22-26. BA Senior Thesis Exhibitions.
* April 15. Linda Cykert, Flute, Elijah Chester, Tenor, Richard Auvil, Piano.
* April 16. Photography, Opening Reception and Artist Talk.
* April 16. The Invisible Revolution: Remaking Telecoms in the Image of the Internet.
* April 17. In Defense of Big Words: Intersubjectivity and Scholarship.
* April 19. Saving the World, Being Yourself.
* April 19. God, Death and the Absurd: What Makes Life Worth Living.
* April 26. Elon University Combined Choirs Concert
* April 29. BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition Opening Reception.
* May 3-5. Fused Moves.
* May 8. Elon University Wind Ensemble.
Fall 2012.
* August 30. Julie Celona-VanGorden, Soprano, Anne Albert, Soprano, Radha Upton, Piano, Christy Wisuthseriwong, Piano.
* September 3. Art Exhibition.
* September 4. The Invencia Piano Duo.
* September 10. A Look Ahead to the 2012 Elections.
* September 12. Enhancing the Wealth of Our Oceans: New Approaches to Marine Management.
* September 18. The Tartan Terrors.
* September 20. We are Tough and Delicate Creatures.
* September 21. 11th Annual Fall Environmental Forum: Roadmap to the Future--Sustainable Agriculture Supports Our Communities.
* September 24. Cabin Fever: a Suburban Father's Search for the Wild.
* September 25. The Spencers: Theatre of Illusion.
* September 28-29. Collage.
* September 28. Department of Music Faculty Gala.
* September 30. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 1. The National Security Garden Project.
* October 1. Can America Remain Civilized?
* October 2. A Science that Matters: A Nonpartisan Look at the Science Relevant to the 2012 Presidential Election.
* October 2. Queer Before Stonewall: Art, Eros and the Sixties.
* October 4. An Evening with Maya Angelou.
* October 5-11. A Story of Home.
* October 7. Robert Rigdell, Organ, Charles Hogan, Piano.
* October 9. Guest Reading.
* October 9. Guitar Recital.
* October 10. Religion and Politics, 2012: National and State Perspectives on the Role of Religion in the Presidential Election.
* October 12-14. 6th Annual Carolina Classic Mock Trial Invitational Tournament.
* October 18-19. Choreography Salon.
* October 19-20. Instant Laughter: An Evening of Improvisation.
* October 23. Piano Recital.
* October 24. The Purity of Myth.
* October 25-27, November 1-3. Crazy For You.
* November 5. Art Exhibition.
* November 5. Classical Blues.
* November 5. Personalized Medicine: the Right Treatment for the Right Patient.
* November 7. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 7. Fit to Print: Writing on Washington.
* November 8. Turtle Island Quartet: A Love Supreme.
* November 8-10. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 13. Diwali Celebration.
* November 13. Elon University Orchestra.
* November 13. Charlotte Mayor Anthony R. Foxx and the Role of Leadership in the Law.
* November 15. Elon University Chorale of Dance and Struggle: A Musical Tribute to the Life of Nelson Mandela.
* November 19. SJE Art Exhibition, Opening Reception.
* November 27. Not Just for Kids.
* November 29. Festival of Holiday Lights.
* November 30. Elon Electric Ensemble.
* December 2. A Celebration of Light.
* December 3. Art Exhibition.
* December 4. Techtronica in Concert.
* January 10 (2013). Incognito.
* January 12 (2013). Elon Cares 2012.
* January 18-19 (2013). Tapped Out!
* January 18-23, February 6-9 (2013). Cloud Nine.
Spring 2013.
* February 6-9. Cloud Nine.
* February 11. The Faculty Biennial and the Art Kit.
* Polly Butler Cornelius, Soprano; Carey Harwood, Guitar; Inara Zandmane, Piano.
* February 14-17. The Wild Party.
* February 18. Colleen Choquette-Raphael, "Write/Writhe."
* February 19. James Tocco, Piano.
* February 20. Billy Stevens, "Sincere Forms of Flattery: Black, Whites,and American Popular Music."
* February 23. 17th Annual Elon University Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 25. Cultural Sustainability in Tibet? Religion, Art and Identity in the 21st Century.
* February 26. Courtnay Micots, "Architectural Displays of Prestige and Resistance in Colonial Ghana."
* February 27. Harriet Washington, "Medial Apartheid."
* February 28. Kontras Quartet.
* March 3. "Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence."
* March 5. Tim Hill, Bass-Baritone; Omri Shimron, Piano.
* March 6. Bryan Alexander, "Digital Humanities and Liberal Education."
* March 7. Jill LePore, "The Mansion of Happiness: A History of Life and Death."
* March 7. Ailey II.
* March 10. Linda Cykert, Flute; Christopher Caliendo, Guitar.
* March 11. Christian Jobin, "How Much Should You Know About Your Intestinal Microbes?"
* March 14. Jimmy Webb.
* March 18. David Hamlow: Archival Structure 5: Bricks.
* March 18. Ray Cashman, "Folklore on the Irish Border: A Voice from the Margins.
* March 19. Brian Fagan, "Water: Humanity's Elixir."
* April 2. William Chafe, "The Unfinished Journey: America Since World War II."
* April 3. John Jeremiah Sullivan, Guest Reading.
* April 9. Edward L. Ayers, "What Is Academia, Anyway?"
*April 10. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 11. Bill Hart-Davidson, "Digital Humanities and Writing."
* April 11. Cynthia Lowen, "Not Just Kids: Bullying from the Playground to the Workplace and Beyond."
* April 11-14. August: Osage County.
* April 12. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 12-13. 2013 Media and Religion Conference.
* April 13. Burlington Make Faire and Science Expo.
* April 15. Jess Dugan: Transcendence (2005-2012).
* April 16. Elon University Orchestra.
* April 16. Elon University Distinguished Scholar Presentation: Toddie Peters.
* April 18. Mark Johnson, "A Morality Fit for Humans: Moral Understanding form Perspective of Cognitive Science."
* April 18. Night of the Soul.
* April 19, May 3. BA Senior Thesis Exhibitions.
* April 22. Hunter Lovins, "The Business Case for Implementing Sustainability."
* April 24-27. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
* April 27. The President's Gala.
* April 29. IBLA North Carolina.
* April 30. 2013 Elon University Convocation for Honors.
* April 30. a'clectique.
* May 2. Elon Electric Ensemble.
* May 9-11. Moving Visuals.
* May 10. Then and Now in West Africa.
* May 11. Homme/Animal
* May 14. Elon University Phoenix Winds.
Fall 2013.
* August 19. Jim Hopfesnperger and Nowal Motawi, Recent Work Exhibition Opening.
* August 19. Jason Lahr, Signal Jammer.
* September 3. Victorial Fischer, Piano.
* September 6. Even The Rain Film Screening.
* September 10. A Brief Wondrous Evening with Juno Díaz.
* September 12. Drum Wars: Carmine Appice and Vinny Appice.
* September 17. Elon Common Reading Lecture by Conor Grennan.
* September 19. Paul Lockhart, "A Journey of Endeavor."
* September 19. Hallie coppedge Hogan, Mezzo-Soprano, and Charles Hogan, Piano.
* September 20. Here and There Film Screening.
* September 24. Religious Communities Fair.
* September 24. Kenya Safari Acrobats.
* September 25. Taylor Branch, "Myth and Miracles formt he King Years."
* September 26. "The Value(s) of the Liberal Arts."
* September 27. Department of Music Faculty Gala.
* Septemer 27-28. Collage.
* September 29. Dance in the Landscape.
* September 30. Morgan Craig, Form, Function and futility: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity.
October 3. Elon University Fall Convocation: Steve Wozniak, "Fostering Creativity and Innovation in a Technical Environment."
* October 3-9. Department of Performing Arts Presents The Children's Hour.
* October 4. The Return Film Screening.
* October 6. Concert for Organ and String Quartet, Premiere of Numen Lumen for Organ and Strings.
* October 10. Asa Mittman, "Are the Monstrous Races 'Races': Representing Difference in Medieval Art."
* October 17. Ann Schein, Piano.
* October 17-18. Choreography Salon.
* October 22. Eid al-Adha Celebration.
* October 22. Michael Shermer, "Why People Believe Weird Things."
* October 23. Strings, Jacks and Hammers: Music for Keyboard and Viola.
* October 24. Van Dam, Guitar.
* October 24-26, October 31-November 2. Department of Perfroming Arts Presnet Ragtime.
* October 25. Wilaya (Spain, 2012) Film Screening.
* October 29. Joseph Millar, Guest Reading.
* November 4. Leslie Mutchler, TrendFACTORY: Elon.
* November 4. Kenji Yoshino, "Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights."
* November 5. Diwali Celebration.
* November 6. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 7. Brian Nedvin, "Music and the Holocaust: A Lecture-Recital."
* November 7-9. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 8. The Death of Pinochet Documentary Screening.
* November 8-9. Instant Laughter - An Evening of Improvisation.
* November 12. Elon University Orchestra.
* November 14. SJE: Student Juried Exhibition.
* November 18. Sean Carroll, "Brave Genius: A Scientist's Journey from the French Resistance to the Nobel Prize."
* November 19. Faces of Homelessness.
* November 19. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 22. Elon Electric Ensemble and Techtronica.
* November 26. Elon University Phoenix Winds.
* December 2. Festival of Holiday Lights.
* December 3. Department of Music Presents "A Celebration of Light."
* December 5. Graces Received: Painted and Metal Ex-votos from Italy.
* December 9. LM wood: Digital Fabrications.
* January 23-27, February 5-8 (2014). Department of Performing Arts Presents Much Ado About Nothing.
* January 24-25 (2014). Tapped Out!
Spring 2014.
* February 5-8. "Much Ado About Nothing."
* February 7. "Embracing History to Spring Forward."
* February 9 and 16. Film Screen, "Miss Representation."
* February 9. David Ellzey.
* February 10. John Penny, "Stillness."
* February 11. Dana Born, "Living a Legacy: Leadership and Character Development."
* February 12. Leonard Norman Primiano, "How to Read Catholic Folk Art."
* February 13-16. "1776: The Musical."
* February 14. "The Vagina Monologues."
* February 18. Jennifer Siebel Newson, "The Representation Project."
* February 19. Ryan Van Meter.
* February 20. Graces Expanded: Conversations about ex voto by Elon Faculty.
* February 22. TEDxElonUniversity: Innovation into Practice
* February 22. Jose Antonio Vargas, "My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant."
* February 22. Elon Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 25. Film Screening, "PEEPLI (Live)."
* February 27. Dalí Quartet, "Classic Romance - Latin Passion"
* March 3. Daniel Asia, "The Act of Creativity."
* March 3. Edward W. Felten, "TMI: Information, Identity, and Privacy."
* March 4. The Music of Dan Asia and the Poetry of Yehuda Amichai, panel discussion.
* March 4. The Music of Dan Asia persormance featuring the Elon University Camerata.
* March 5. Sudhir Venkatesh, "Unusual Economy Lessons from Inner City Life."
* March 6. Moscow Festival Ballet, "The Sleeping Beauty."
* March 6. Elon University Quasquicentennial Historical Exhibition.
* March 11. Film Screening, "Incendies."
* March 13. Samual Moyn, "How Did the Holocaust and Human Rights Intersect (and Was It a Good Thing)?"
* March 13-15. Elon Dance Company Spring Dance Concert, "Looking Back to Spring Forward."
* March 17. Patrick Earl Hammie, "Significant Other."
* March 18. Ian Hobson, piano.
* April 2. Elon University Spring Convocation, "A Conversation with President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley."
* April 4. Campus Culture Fest.
* April 4-5. Grand Night XXII
* April 4. 5th Annual Media and Religion Conference.
* April 7. Jill McCorkle, "Finding a Story: The Art of Showing and Telling."
* April 9. Elon Univeristy Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 10-13. "Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes Part One: Millennium Approaches."
* April 11. Holi: A Hindu Color Festival.
* April 12. Burlington Maker Faire and Science Expo.
* April 14. Elon Passover Seder.
* April 14. Virginia Derryberry: "Third Nature."
* April 15. Tom Mould, "The Art and Artifice of the Tales We Tell."
* April 17. Elon University jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 17. Peter Ludlow, "Whistleblowers, Hacktivists, and the Banality of Evil."
* April 22. Film Screening, "Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero."
* April 22. Sandra Steingraber, "Living Downstream."
* April 24. Elon University Choirs Combined Concert.
* April 27. Linda Cykert, Flute, and Sally Duran, Guest Harp.
* April 29. Department of Music presents élan.
* May 1-3. "HEADVOICE."
* May 2. BA and BFA Thesis Exhibition.
* May 3. Time Unplugged: A Celebration of the Arts and Sciences at Elon University.
* May 3. The President's Music Concert.
* May 8. Elon Electric Ensemble, "One-Hit Wonders."
* May 11. Elon Music Ambassadors.
* May 13. Elon University Phoenix Winds.
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* September 3. Charlie Cook, "A Look at the 2014 Elections."
* September 8. Ken Hassell and Ann Pegelow Kaplan, Photograhy/Videography.
* September 9. Marion Nestle, "Food Politics 2014: Beyond the Farm Bill."
* September 12. Las Analfabetas (Illiterate).
* September 15. Daniel Herr, "Catching the Nanotechnology Waves: A Nature-Inspired Convergence of Form and Function."
* September 16. Carolina Wind Quintet.
* September 18. Senegal St. Joseph Gospel Choir.
* September 19-20. Collage.
* September 19. Department of Music Faculty Concert.
* September 21. Dancing in the Landscape.
* September 23. Yesterday and Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience.
* September 25. "Troy Davis: The Human Face of the Death Penalty."
* September 26. Quien es Dayani Cristal?(Who is Dayani Cristal?).
* September 29. Thomas Berding and Alisa Henriquez, Painting.
* September 29. Ben Nabors, Documentary Filmmaker.
* September 30. Justin Lee, "Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from the Gays-vs.-Christians Debate."
* September 30. Omri Shimron, Piano.
* October 2. Elon University Fall Convocation with Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.
* October 2. Matthew Buckmaster, Trombone.
* October 2-8. Department of Performing Arts Presents Reckless.
* October 3. Pelo Malo (Bad Hair).
* October 6. The Poetry Café.
* October 7. Patrizio Scarponi, Violin, Giuseppe Pelli, Piano.
* October 16-17. Elon Dance Program, Works in Progress Choreography Salon.
* October 16. Eid al-Adha Celebration.
* October 16. Paisley Rekdal, Poetry and Nonfiction Reading.
* October 17-18. Instant Laughter - An Evening of Improvisation.
* October 20. New Refugee and Immigrant Communities in Greensboro, Panel Discussion.
* October 20. Michelle Hebl and Leslie Ashburn-Nardo: "Identifying and Reducing Discrimination: Stratigeis for Targets, Allies and Organizations."
* October 21. Travis Chamberlain, "'Performance Archiving Performance' at the New Museum: Reevaluating the Museum's Responsibility for Documenting and Archiving Performance."
* October 22-24. Sand Mandala.
* October 23-25 and October 30-November 1. Department of Performing Arts Presents Titanic.
* October 28. Ang Li, "China to Chopin with Love."
* November 3. Matt Wilt, Mixed Media Sculpture.
* November 5. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert.
* November 5. The Soul of Flamenco.
* November 6. Diwali.
* November 6. Dr. Ann C. McKee, "Emerging Concepts in Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy."
* November 6-8. Dancing in the Black Box - Elon Dance Company.
* November 7. Arrugas (Wrinkles).
* November 7. Techtronica in Concert.
* November 11. Elon University Orchestra.
* November 13. Student Juried Exhibition.
* November 13. Elon World Percussion Ensemble, "From Cuba to Brazil: Rhythms of the Caribbean and Beyond."
* November 13. Elon University Chorale Concert.
* November 16. Phoenix Winds.
* November 18. Elon Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert, "American Roots, Global Branches."
* November 19. Faces of Homelessness.
* November 21. Zona Sur (Southern District).
* November 21. Elon Electric Ensemble.
* November 22. Department of Music presents élan.
* November 23. Elon Music Ambassadors, "Music of the Islands and Sea."
* December 1-2. Elon Dance Program Choreography Showcase.
* December 1. Festival of Holiday Lights.
* December 2. Department of Music presents "A Celebration of Light."
* January 15 (2015). Kip Fulbeck, "Race, Sex and Tattoos."
* January 21. Mei-Ling Hopgood.
* January 23-24. Tapped Out!
* January 23-26 and Feburary 4-7. Department of Performing Arts Presents Antigone.
Spring 2015.
* February 4-7. Department of Performing Arts Presents Antigone by Sophocles.
* February 6. Celebrating Humanity Through Performance.
* February 9. Lisa Bulawsky, Prints and Mixed Media.
* February 12. Phil Kaye, Spoken Word.
* February 12-15. Department of Performing Arts presents In the Heights.
* Feburary 14. The Vagina Monologues.
* February 16. Judy Henricks, Anne Simpkins and Carolyn Nelson: Time/Travel: Cut, Past, Stitch and Mark.
* February 16. Rev. Bernard Lafayette, "The March Across the Edmund Pettus Bridge: Fifty Years Later and Voting Rights in 2015 America."
* February 17. Mardi Gras Celebration.
* February 18. Steven Church, Nonfiction Reading.
* February 19. Joel Lohr, "Using and Abusing the Bible: Is There a Method in the Madness?"
* February 21. TEDxElon: Waiting on the World to Change.
* February 21. 19th Annual Elon University Jazz Festival Concert.
* February 24. The Annie Moses Band performs Rhapsody in Bluegrass.
* February 24. Julian Agyeman, "Just Sustainabilities."
* February 25. Edward Burtynsky, "Manufactured Landscapes: A View of Human Systems."
* February 26. Unlikely Partners: Peacemaking Across Religions.
* February 27-28. Between, Among, and Across: Transhistories of the Visual.
* March 3. Adam Lowry, "the method method."
* March 9. Samantha DiRosa: Elegies.
* March 12. Urban Doxology Project.
* March 13-15. Ready.Set.Go! Elon Dance Company Spring Concert.
* March 16. Dr. Gregory A. Petsko, "Targeting Protein Trafficking: A New Approach to the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease."
* March 17. JOn Levenson, "Questioning Abraham: The Jewish-Christian-Muslim Debate about Being 'Abrahamic'."
* March 30. Re-Envisaged: Re-facing Carlo Goldon's Servant of Two Masters.
* March 31. Ann Grodzins Gold, "Waiting for Moonrise: Fasting, Storytelling and Marriage in Provincial Rajasthan."
* April 2. Neil deGrasse Tyson, "The Sky is Not the LImit."
* April 7. Steve DeLoach, "Saving Billions: The Real Impact of Microfinance on World Poverty."
* April 9. Robert K. Musil, "Elon and hte Legacy of Rachel Carson."
* April 10-11. Grand Night.
* April 13. T. Mills Kelly, "Digital Humanities and the End of Selective Ignorance."
* April 14. Kathryn Lofton, "But I'm Not Religious: Goldman Sachs, the World of Warcraft, Oprah's Favorite Things and Other Resistant Subjects."
* April 15. Christine Sleeter, "Excellence and Equity Require Cultural Competence."
* April 15. Elon University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 16. Sharon Meagher, "Public Figures of PHilosophy: An Imagineary Walking Tour."
* April 16-19. Department of Performing Arts presents Servant of Two Masters.
* April 17. Holi Celebration.
* April 21. Elon University Orchestra Concert.
* April 21. Danielle Nierenberg, "Cultivating a Better Food System."
* April 23. Elon University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert.
* Apirl 26. Linda Cykert, Flute, Richard Auvil, Piano.
* April 27. Faculty Select Collective.
* April 28. Department of Music presents "Bring on the Night."
* May 1. BA and BFA Thesis Exhibition.
* May 2. Explore the World through a Celebration of the Arts and Sciences.
* May 2. The President's Music Concert.
* May 4. Annual Choral Masterworks Concert.
* May 6. Elon Music Ambassadors present "Beyond the Sky."
* May 8. Elon BrainCARE Symposium on Concussions.
* May 12. Phoenix Winds, "A Little Song and Dance."
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