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9532
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East Carolina University English professor Reginald Watson discusses his approach to teaching. He received the 2007 Centennial Award for Excellence and has won the English department's service award twice.
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23092
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On the Saturday closest to George Washington's birthday, Albertson, North Carolina residents gather for the annual Washington's Day Fox Hunt. Details about the fox hunt and preparation of barbecue as well as fish stew for the post-hunt meal, are described in this article.
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25399
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Roger Rulifson has always been one to innovate new ways of learning. His classes go out in the field to collect samples and then analyze and interpret them. He himself does research on the spiny dogfish, a variety of shark.
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25423
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Dr. Brian Love is a chemistry professor at ECU that has been described as having a memorable way of teaching that can make any boring classroom fun.
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36887
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Clogging in North Carolina originated in the western counties, but grew as college students took it up from seeing it at folk festivals. The Green Grass Cloggers were comprised of ECU students who won over audiences with their casual dress and spirited way of dancing.
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37055
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Jabbour was a music collector, musician, and founding director of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.
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36876
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Wanting to move to a small town, the Albrights bought a building and turned it into a general store and eventually also turned it into a music hall.
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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.