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East Carolina University has many buildings named for individuals or families who played a part in establishing the school. The Ross-Lewis Gateway on Fifth Street named for Miss Kate Lewis, an original faculty member and head of the Art Department, and Miss Ola Ross, the school registrar for 43 years. Joyner Library, named for Dr. James Y. Joyner, superintendent of public instruction and the first chair of the Board of Trustees, and the Mamie E. Jenkins building named for the charter member of the English Department; and the Austin Building, named for Herbert E. Austin, charter faculty member and professor of science and geography.