Walk down memory lane with Elon’s Traditions Book

Learn about Elon's time-honored customs and most cherished people and places on Elon's new Traditions Book website.

Visit www.elon.edu/traditions to view the online Elon Traditions Book.

Whether you’re a first-year student eager to learn what your Elon experience has to offer or an alumnus seeking to relive your college days, the Traditions Book has something for you!

The Young Alumni Council and Office of University Relations invite you to peruse the website (click here to view the site) and participate in a Facebook “Tuesday Traditions Trivia” series, which will begin on Sept. 5 and continue weekly through Homecoming, Oct. 21-23. Be sure to “like” the Elon Alumni Association on Facebook to take part.

After you take a glance through the Traditions Book site, let us know if we’ve missed an important Elon person, place or event that you think should be included. Please send an email to alumni@elon.edu with the subject “Elon Traditions Book.”

Special thanks to the following individuals and groups whose hard work made this project a reality:

  • David Morton, university web site manager,
  • Kristin Simonetti ’05, assistant director of university relations for alumni communications,
  • Kiley Moorefield ’07, coordinator of student and young alumni engagement for the office of alumni engagement,
  • Bonnie Brackett ’08, chair of the Traditions Book subcommittee of the Young Alumni Council,
  • Colin Donohue ’05, coordinator of student media and past chair of the Traditions Book subcommittee,
  • George Troxler, professor emeritus of history,
  • Katie Nash, university archivist and
  • the Young Alumni Council programs committee.