Through sustainability efforts and technology innovations, Elon University is launching and continuing various endeavors to become paperless, reports the student newspaper, The Pendulum. "Any organization as large as we are moves a lot of paper," said Chris Fulkerson, assistant vice president for technology. "I doubt we'll ever be paperless, but we're always looking for ways." Fulkerson and the technology department have advanced several projects, including a print management system in the library and computer labs and changing the admissions process. The university went from spending $10 million to $2.8 million after the implementation of the print management system, and applications...

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