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25358
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ECU anthropology students are uncovering evidence of human life from more than 11,000 years ago near Barber Creek. The field school is led by Dr. Randy Daniel, an ECU archaeologist.
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25413
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Steve Tuttle outlines the top ten things a freshmen should know before starting their first semester at ECU. The list includes things like what not to ever lose, and how to avoid looking stupid.
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East Magazine presents a photo expose on East Carolina University's 100th homecoming celebration from the football team to the parade floats.
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The internet has made many things from teaching to signing up for classes much more efficient. Even so, some teachers are not quite as excited about it as the students.
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A study conducted at East Carolina University attempted to dispel the notion that individuals who enter the teaching profession are less academically competent than those entering other fields.
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The people of eastern North Carolina look to East Carolina College, the state's fastest growing and third largest public institution, to bring about better understanding between the urban and rural segments of society. East Carolina College is poised to be a leading state university, already organized into six schools and in the fall enrolling the largest freshman class in North Carolina college/university history.
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Chancellor Cecil Staton’s vision was to continue bringing ECU to a nationally prominent university status. Forwarding ECU to that status were initiatives such as expanding the Department of Public Health into the School of Public Health and doubling the amount of external funding for research.
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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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36107
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The Jazz Age was also known for the popularity of sports on college campuses. ECTTS was no exception, with popularity so great that two leagues were created, the Athenians and Olympians. Though the 1970s became known as ECU’s Golden Age of Sports, another golden age can be perceived in the League’s two decades' dominance in campus sports.
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25395
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While many universities in the UNC system now offer online degrees, ECU has far more to offer than the rest with 90 different online degree programs.
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36030
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A common conception is that college students enter the “real world” post-graduation. What the student employees at WZBM proved was that they’re already in the real world. The skills they’re learning behind the microphone were helping to smooth the transition from on campus employment to off.
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25853
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In April, the first STEM Conference, held at East Carolina University, brought girls from 11 Pitt County middle schools to encourage their pursuit of science and math in high school and college.
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Edge (NoCar LD 1741 E44 E33), Vol. Issue , Fall 2011, p8 Periodical Website
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25412
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With a new all-time high number of incoming freshmen, ECU is filled to capacity. There are no empty dorms, classrooms or offices. Several new staff members had to be hired and the only solution to the space issue is to build more off campus.
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25374
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Forrest Croce has created a photo expose of the East Carolina Native American Organization’s tenth annual campus powwow.
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Steve Ballard begins his second academic year as chancellor of East Carolina University. Durham summarizes the accomplishments achieved in year one and discusses Ballard's views of the future, including health education and medical innovation, visual and performing arts, athletics and academics, and the economic status of ECU students.