|Live Stand up in front of Pendulum sign on College Ave.
Shots of office (0:04)
Shots of campus store in Moseley (0:14)
Shot of newspapers (0:19)
Shot of computers and people working (0:25)
Still image of the design of the building (0:32)
Shot from across street of Pendulum showing traffic (0:39)
Shot of Alex Ward with name and “First-year student” (0:45)
Live Standup (0:52)
The Pendulum will have a new but temporary home soon when the current office here on Williamson Ave. is torn down.
It is going to be replaced by a much LARGER building. The building will hold more than just the student run newspaper. The building is going to be the new home of the campus store, Elon University offices and the Pendulum.
“It’ll be good for the people that are here. It will be a better place. With double the space, it can only mean good things.”
The 24-thousand square foot, 4 million dollar development will also mean an expansion in the size of the campus store. The store will be in a more locally focused location.
“People don’t go to the bookstore that often. More people that don’t go to Elon will go now because they don’t want to go all the way to Moseley.”
This project is another step in the expansion of Elon. When ground breaks in December, Williamson will start its transformation. In Downtown Elon, this is Alex Hadden.