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Thursday, April 20, 2006


Students roll out

Senior Vicky Pirkey has had a car on campus since her freshman year. "I wanted to be able to go home whenever I wanted to and go to Wal-Mart whenever I wanted to," Pirkey said.

Lighten Up

Graduation Countdown: 30 Days

Architect of McMichael sculpture leaves legacy on campus

Before entering the McMichael Science building, the first thing that attracts attention is the marble sculpture. However, little is known about the sculpture or the architect himself. Late architect Horace Farlowe is responsible for the creation, which was first installed on Elon's campus in 2000. Farlowe passed away April 8, 2006.

'Senioritis' affecting all Elon students, not only seniors

Are you beginning to develop a slowness, an apathy regarding classes and a procrastination toward school in general? If you find yourself with any of these symptoms, you may have a case of senioritis. Don't worry, you are not alone.

Hard work leads to success for Elonthon organizers

Nine months of preparation. More than 800 applications to sort. Food and entertainment for more than 800 students. Members of the Elonthon executive committee, like junior Kristen Laramie, dealt with huge logistical issues to run the event earlier this month.

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The 2006 Elonthon executive committee from left to right.  (Bottom row): Kaitlin Szulik, Crystal Grandinson, Stacey Vial, Kaitlin Griffith, Laura Bouvin, Hilaire Pickett, Lindsay Dombert and Ashley Krueger.  (Middle row): Amy Jones, Mark Bliley, Emily Darch, Matt Lardie, Kristen Laramie and Nuri Abdu-Rauf.  (Top row): Melissa Komasz, Carrie Whittier and Janis Baughmann.