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25376
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In an interview with Bethany Bradsher, ECU head football coach John Thompson talks about his expectations for the team and the season as well as his adjustment to Greenville and some of his hobbies.
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25381
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With disease spreading through the Christmas tree industry in Western North Carolina and a need for a new cash crop in the Eastern part of the state, researchers are working on developing a genetically modified version of the trees to benefit all growers in North Carolina.
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25379
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Three former East Carolina Teachers College reflect on the excitement they felt when Amelia Earhart visited the campus and how the visit inspired them.
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25380
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ECU artists Hanna Jubran and Jodi Hollnagel are working on a monument for the Aycock Brown Welcome Center in Kitty Hawk. The monument has been sponsored by many corporations features 14 stainless steel pylons.
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25382
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Bob Ebendorf makes unique art pieces out of fine metals and gems as well as things most people would view as trash. His unique style of art and communication earned him the Carol Grotnes Blek Distinguished Professorship.
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25377
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Students from ECU are knocking over stereotypes in their global classroom that connects, by videoconference, directly to Soochow University in China.
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25378
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The year 2003 marks the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers’ first successful flight. As part of the centennial celebration, ECU will release several flight-themed articles in its North Carolina Literary Review.
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25383
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Colonel Ted R. Spain talks about what drew him to the military, and the difficulties and rewards of what he does in Iraq.