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Elon College to present

January 27, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – The Department of Performing Arts’ upcoming production of “A Chorus Line” has special meaning for its director and choreographer. The play will be presented at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 10-12 and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13 in McCrary Theatre in the Faith Rockefeller Model Center for the Arts on […]

Elon College administrator authors guide to finding perfect job

January 25, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – Not many people can say they were solicited by e-mail to write a book. But that was case for Bob Orndorff, director of the career center at Elon College. His book, “The Unofficial Guide to Finding the Perfect Job,” will be published in February by Macmillan. The book, which is part of […]

Elon’s teacher education program to celebrate facility’s renovation

January 20, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – The teacher education program will celebrate renovation of its facilities at a Friday, Feb. 11 celebration, featuring federal and state education leaders. Mary Beth Blegen, the teacher-in-residence at the U.S. Department of Education will give a keynote address at the 3 p.m. ceremony in McCrary Theatre. In her job, Blegen helps bridge […]

February at Elon to feature concerts, lectures and plays

January 20, 2000

ELON COLLEGE — To reserve tickets call the Elon College Box Office at 336-584-2199 from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. For information about lectures call 336-584-2386. Tuesday, February 8 Mark Levine Trio with special guest Jon Metzger Yeager Recital Hall, 8 p.m. Free Levine is a Concord Jazz recording artist and author […]

Environmentalist to discuss logging, chip mills in Elon speech

January 20, 2000

ELON COLLEGE — Josh Abrams, a member of an environmental alliance that is seeking a moratorium on wood chip mills, will talk about the group’s efforts at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, in McKinnon Hall on the Elon College campus. The event is free and open to the public. The Dogwood Alliance, which is based […]

Martin Luther King celebration to be held at Elon College

January 13, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – The Elon College Black Cultural Society is sponsoring a Martin Luther King celebration walk on Tuesday, Jan. 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The walk begins in front of the Alamance Building and concludes at the Moseley Center. The event is free and open to the public. Following the walk, participants […]

Elon College students to predict what life will be like in Year 2100

January 12, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – Predicting the future is tricky business, but a group of Elon College students is up to the challenge. The students, who will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, in McKinnon Hall on the college’s campus, are being asked to predict life in the year 2100. The winter term, which is held […]

Local residents to help move books into new Elon College library

January 8, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – Members of the Elon College and Burlington communities are invited to lend a helping hand Friday morning, Jan. 14 in moving books from McEwen Library to Belk Library. Several people are needed to begin forming a line on campus at 11:45 a.m. Friday. The human chain will stretch from McEwen Library, around […]

Elon College chooses common reading for next academic year

January 7, 2000

ELON COLLEGE – A highly regarded book that is a letter from a Zimbabwean mother to her daughter, who is on her way to America to study at Harvard, has been chosen as the common reading for the upcoming academic year at Elon College. The book, “Zenzele: A Letter to My Daughter,” was selected by […]

Elon professor co-authors book on Alamance County history

December 30, 1999

ELON COLLEGE – Carole Troxler says she knew she would find some startling information in researching a new book about Alamance County’s history. The book, “Shuttle & Plow: A History of Alamance County” was released in November and coincided with the county’s sesquicentennial. The book was co-authored by Bill Vincent, executive director of the Alamance […]