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Recognizing 2011 retirees

May 11, 2011

Celebrate the legacy of these faculty and staff as they prepare to leave Elon and begin the next chapter of their lives: Andy Angyal, Herb House, Judith Howard, Ernie Lunsford, Buck McGregor, Kitty Parrish and Kay Riddle.

More than a job

April 15, 2011

For Leigh-Anne Royster, coordinator for personal health programs and community well-being at Elon, there are no typical days at the office.

In his own words: Oh, sweet victory

March 23, 2011

Editor’s note: In February, news bureau chief Eric Townsend was one of several Elon employees who participated in the Krispy Kreme Challenge in Raleigh. He writes about the experience in this month’s column.

Recording the Moment

March 23, 2011

Rick Earl knows how to build a working microphone using just plastic cups and a little bit of wire. So when Earl, technical director for cultural and special programs, couldn’t find an affordable classic directional microphone, he decided to take matters into his own hands and build his own model.

Planting the Message

March 22, 2011

For Michelle Ferrier, food represents a part of life that everyone not only takes part in, but is continuously affected by on many levels. So when she had the opportunity to develop a website around a local topic, the associate professor of communications chose local food, or eating geographically, as the focus of Locally Grown News, a website she launched last year.

Finding love at Elon

February 9, 2011

They say love can happen when you least expect it. That was certainly the case for these faculty and staff who found love while working at Elon.

Schooled in love

February 8, 2011

From books and paintings to courtrooms and stages, love is found in almost every aspect of life. Elon classrooms are no exception.