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10545
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Margaret O'Conner, a 1971 East Carolina University graduate, was the driving force in changing the NEW YORK TIMES' attitude toward photographs from being secondary to being visual journalism. As photo editor of the paper, she won two Pulitzer Prizes for photography on 9/11; these were the first won by the TIMES for staff photography. Currently, she is director of news design and heads a 35-member staff.
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James R. Hupp is the first dean of East Carolina University's new School of Dentistry. He served for six years as dean of the School of Dentistry at the University of Mississippi before coming to ECU. In this interview, Hupp discusses his past experiences and his vision for the new dental school.
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10544
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Although East Carolina University does not offer a major in journalism, many graduates have had successful careers in newspapers and television news. Four have won journalism's highest honor -- the Pulitzer Prize -- twelve times. They are Sandra Mims Rowe (6); Dan Neil (1); Rick Atkinson (3); and Margaret O'Conner (2).
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36072
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East Carolina University: known for its Latin verb derived motto and teacher’s training school roots. From it are expectations for ECU to keep living up to the century-old traditions. Helping to keep the promises of education and service were off-campus facilities, the Building Hope Community Life Center and Lucille Gorham Intergenerational Center, and on-campus Volunteer and Service Learning Center.
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36073
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Steven Powell taught his students that just as crucial was caring about improving the quality of life as well as the number of years in a life. Another valuable lesson he instilled: be a positive influence on campus and off, donning the surgical mask and not.
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36074
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Reprinted was Clarissa Humphrey’s November 17, 1941 Pieces of Eight article. She described the then current First Lady and author of daily “My Day” newspaper column’s visit. Also reprinted was her article’s accompanied photo of Roosevelt and a local Girl Scouts troop on the Dail House steps. Included was the “My Day” article written by Roosevelt the day after her visit.