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25429
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In terms of number of student athletes, track and field is the second largest sport at ECU. The team, while large is very close-knit and trains year round.
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25431
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The Brody family has given many financial gifts to East Carolina University in the past. The biggest one was the one that built the Brody School of Medicine. David Brody talks about how he and his siblings got to where they are, and why they decided to give to ECU.
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25434
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Geologist Stan Riggs, a professor at East Carolina University, has given nearly 100 lectures about his growing concerns about the coast. In addition, he urges people to do what they can to help.
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25432
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All college campuses have ghost stories and East Carolina University is no exception. From residence halls to the McGinnis Theatre, it seems there is a ghost story for almost every building.
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25437
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When more money was needed to build the football stadium, a fundraising deal was made with a Durham-based tobacco company to trade cigarette cartons for money.
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24170
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W. Randolf Chitwood, Jr. is a cardiothoracic surgeon who many believe is the best when it comes to using highly technical equipment to conduct various heart surgeries. The author discusses his experience having heart surgery and how Greenville, North Carolina became an important medical research hub.
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25403
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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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25398
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Kelly King reflects on his time at ECU, his first job at BB&T and how he got to be president and chief operating officer at BB&T.
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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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25406
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The nursing program began as a very small program. In the last several decades, it has grown to have more than 1,000 students enrolled in the program. In addition, a day in the life of a nursing student is included for a unique perspective of what nursing students do.
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25409
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Student athletes, while not required to stay on campus and train during the summer, are either sent home with a packet full of workout recommendations or will voluntarily stay on campus to work out and even take summer classes.
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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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25407
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Older apartment complexes and dorms are finding it hard to compete with newer, more upscale apartments that offer many amenities such as pools, gyms, and even movie theaters.
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25410
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ECU English professor Margaret Bauer places emphasis on good writing skills in her classes as well as teaching about North Carolina authors.
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25405
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ECU is not raising as much money as some might think. This has led to new campaign by the university to raise $200 million for various programs and scholarships.