Hundreds spread across the Historic Neighborhood and academic pavilions for the 2020 Festival of Holiday Lights. This year, Festival of Holiday Lights coordinators partnered with various campus organizations and incorporated spread-out stations focusing on religious holidays and how they celebrate light. The stations highlighted Kwanzaa, secular identities, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and Diwali, Muslim life/Spirit and Pride as well as the LGBTQIA communities.
GALLERY: Elon's Festival of Holiday Lights
The festival, also known as Luminaries, was spread out across the Historic Neighborhood
Elon University's Festival of Holiday Lights Nov. 17, 2020 featured modifications during the coronavirus pandemic.