On Sunday, April 6, the rock in front the Loy Center, which was painted salmon pink and apple green in honor of the Omicron Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s new members presentation, was defaced. Someone unbeknownst to the sorority spray painted over its layer of paint on the rock and scrawled the word “nut.”
In lieu of Earth Day, coming up on April 22, the Office of Sustainability is putting on Earth Week: a celebration for the earth, and a reminder that Elon University’s efforts to protect the environment persist year-round. Events will be held throughout the week to raise awareness of sustainability issues and the resources the school offers to combat them.
Last spring, SGA implemented Zagster on Elon's campus–a bike-rental program that allowed students to borrow a bike for three hours at a time from stations at Moseley and Danieley. The program was recently discontinued due to a lack of ridership.
On Feb. 26, the Black History Month dance concert will take place in McCrary at 7:30 p.m. The concert features Elon students who study dance or went to Ghana over winter term. The show will exhibit West African dances, rhythms and costumes.
Ripple Conference inspires and sparks dialogue between interfaith students
Kellcee Batchelor, senior, organized a $5 benefit concert happening this Friday at Danieley PARC. It features seven Elon artists and will have multicultural catering. All proceeds will go to International Relief Teams, the Community Foundation for the Virgin Islands and Unidos por Puerto Rico to help those whose homes in the Caribbean were damaged by the hurricanes last fall.
On Feb. 17 and 18, 2018, Elon music students, high schoolers, middle schoolers and notable jazz artists Doug Henry, Marcus Roberts and the Marcus Roberts Trio shared their music with the Elon community.