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Just down North Williamson Avenue, a shiny new building awaits the day when it can open its doors and greet the community.
The Schar Center, named after the family who donated the majority of money to build it, is the 5,100-seat arena that will be the new home of the Elon University women’s volleyball team and men’s and women’s basketball teams. The arena will replace the current, 1,600-seat Alumni Gym, which the teams and coaching staffs of those three Phoenix squads currently call home.
A gallery of images from The Breakaway Trail.
A view of the entrance student-athletes have as they walk into the arena from the back parking lot.
A view of the club level and the overlook down to the court.
A view of the main concourse level from the primary entrance.
Director of Athletics Dave Blank stands below a removable Elon sign, allowing the building to represent the sports games or events being held inside.
Director of Athletics Dave Blank points out what will go where and who will sit in certain sections during a tour of the Schar Center April 24.
A state-of-the-art weight room is located next to the locker rooms, reducing the stress and scheduling conflicts of having just one weight room for all of the teams in the Alumni Field House.
The concourse level also features a window overlooking the two practice courts below.
Just a 10 minute drive from Elon, there’s a new trail for hikers, birdwatchers and those who just enjoy the outdoors.
The trail, named “The Breakaway Trail,” begins at the Guilford County Farm and stretches 2.2 miles across farmland, grape vineyards, woods and a creek before ending at a pond. It will celebrate its grand opening Friday, April 27.
A map showing the route of The Breakaway Trail. The red line is where the trail diverges from Howerton road and goes along farmland and into the woods. [Photo courtesy of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail and Google Maps]
On April 21, Rochelle Ford brought her kids down to see their new home: Elon, North Carolina. Moving from the frigid temperatures of Syracuse, New York, Ford will replace Paul Parsons as the new dean of Elon’s School of Communications.
On March 21, 2018 a man named Ben Psillas launched an app with the potential to change the way people manage money.
Psillas and his team are the co-founders of an app called Debx. Debx is an app that that helps consumers get the most out of their credit cards by creating financial security. It helps people to earn credit and credit card rewards without risking going into debt.
Friday, April 20 marked Elon University's fifth Relay for Life fundraiser. The event brought together many who have been personally affected by cancer, and raised about $75,000.
A tree marks the path of The Breakaway Trail with a white circle. The trail runs along farmland and goes through the woods.
Curtis Brooks (left) and Nan Dwyer hike along Howerton Road, which is a part of The Breakaway Trail April 22.
Trees line the path of The Breakaway Trail. The trail includes woods, streams, fields and a pond.
The Breakaway Trail ends with a large pond full of turtles, fish and other various wildlife.
A lizard rests on a log on The Breakaway Trail April 22.