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The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University opened in 1977. Its mission is to train North Carolina residents to become family doctors in the eastern section of the state. When the medical school opened, fewer than 800 family doctors practiced east of I-95. Tyrrell County did not have a doctor, and Camden County had only one. Today there are over 1,600 primary care physicians practicing in the east. Over one-fourth of them are Brody graduates. Row discusses the work of some of the doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals that the Brody School graduates who are improving the lives of small-town families.
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9488
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Tony, Drama Desk, and Golden Globe award-winning actress Linda Lavin moved to Wilmington in 1995. Row discusses her theater activities over the past decade and her new project, a community theater called the Red Barn Studio.
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9614
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Through four generations, the Whichard family of Greenville has been reporting and publishing the daily news. The DAILY REFLECTOR has been published since 1882.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 75 Issue 6, Nov 2007, p146-148, 150, 152, il, por Periodical Website
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12443
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Row discusses Cooke Communications' newspaper publications in Eastern North Carolina. There are thirteen - three dailies and ten non-dailies. The company employs around three hundred.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 30 Issue 7, July 2010, p40-45, il, por, map Periodical Website
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25391
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Walter Williams, executive vice president of WilcoHess, has been a major benefactor to ECU for years. Having attended the school while it was still the East Carolina Teachers College, he has a close bond with the school.
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25402
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Phil Dixon always gives back to ECU in any way he can. Now a successful lawyer with his own firm, Dixon started out dirt poor and just looking for a way to change his life. He found that at ECU.
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25397
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The fine arts program at ECU has been growing since the 1962. Since then, it has gotten its own building, spruced up that building, and sent many an art student on to bigger and better things.
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25408
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Beth Grant is an actress and a former ECU pirate. She says that part of her success comes from the lessons she learned while performing in ECU productions.
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25414
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While there are many places to eat, shop, or catch a show of some sort, many of these may not be either within walking distance of campus, or exactly what some students are looking for. However, there is still a diverse list of places to dine, shop, and experience the culture of Greenville.
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25417
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Eddie Jacobs, a music professor at ECU, is credited with founding and directing the New Music @ ECU Festival. Jacobs considers himself a teacher first, and composer second.
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25428
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The engineering program at ECU is different because it focuses on a more general field of engineering so that its graduates can go out and do something with the degree quicker than other, more specialized programs.
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30904
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High Country is an area of western North Carolina, between Asheville and Boone. From Mount Mitchell and Craggy Gardens on the south to Grandfather Mountain and Blowing Rock on the north, this one-hundred-mile stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway, nearly all in Pisgah National Forest, provides unique nature experiences. This article describes some of the most scenic attractions along the parkway.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 40 Issue 4, Apr 2008, p42, il, por Periodical Website
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