Scott Plaza and Alamance Quadrangle
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Every Tuesday during the school term, all faculty, staff, and students are invited to gather informally at the Scott Plaza for a midmorning coffee break, a tradition that reinforces the sense of community spirit at Elon. The Plaza is located in the quadrangle formed by the first buildings to be erected after the catastrophic fire of 1923. The Alamance Building is the central feature of the quadrangle and is flanked by the Duke and the Carlton buildings.
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Stokes, Durwood T. Elon College: Its History and Traditions. Elon, NC: Elon College Alumni Assocation, 1982.