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PHOTO GALLERY: Pie Your Professor

May 15, 2008

Alpha Phi Omega, Elon's co-ed service fraternity, sponsored a "Pie Your Professor" event during College Coffee on Tuesday, May 13, to raise money for the APO Scholarship and ELONTHON. Click the link below to view a gallery of images from the creamy carnage.

Elon parents Howard C. and Judy Pickett make gift to enhance leadership program

May 15, 2008

Elon parents Howard C. and Judy Pickett of Cary, N.C., have made a $110,000 endowment gift to enhance the university’s Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellows program. The couple made the gift because of the transformative experience that their daughter, Hilaire, a senior, has had as a Leadership Fellow at Elon.

Hall Family Foundation gift endows scholarships for female students

May 14, 2008

Helping to make an Elon education possible for additional deserving students was the motivation behind a $500,000 gift from the Hall Family Foundation. The gift was made in memory of Margaret “Peggy” Hall, a former Parents Council member and the mother of Gretchen Hall Archibald ’02.

Faculty earn praise at annual banquet

May 14, 2008

Four professors were honored for superior scholarship, teaching, mentoring and service at the annual faculty-staff awards luncheon on May 14. Those recognized included Jim Bissett, Chalmers Brumbaugh, Brian Digre and Earl Honeycutt.

Campus leaders recognized at ODK awards ceremony

May 13, 2008

Student leaders from a variety of academic disciplines were honored May 1 during the annual Omicron Delta Kappa awards ceremony in Whitley Auditorium and in individual departments throughout campus.

Honors Fellows praised for thesis work

May 13, 2008

It took some students upward of two years to research and write, but the effort was not without recognition. Honors Program leaders hosted a dinner banquet May 12 for seniors who completed an Honors thesis under the guidance of a faculty mentor.

Elon senior makes gift to endow Safe Rides

May 8, 2008

He loves Elon University so much that he told his parents not to make donations to the school. Instead, senior Andrew Bennett wants to be the one to give back, and this month he made a gift so generous in support of Safe Rides that organizers have been able to expand the nighttime program with the addition of a new van.