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25479
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John Clark, class of 1996, is vice president of marketing partnerships for sporting events at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Clark was introduced to the business side of sports as an intern for the Kinston Indians. From there he quickly moved his way to the big leagues in 2006 as director of corporate development the NBA’s Houston Rockets, and later the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. He gives back to his East Carolina alma mater with internship opportunities for students in public relations fields.
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25478
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Dentistry was hard to come by in rural North Carolina until East Carolina’s $60 million School of Dental Medicine opens in August. In a pioneering program for the nation, ECU’s dental school will build and staff (with faculty dentists, dental residents, and fourth-year dental students) 10 dental practice centers serving some of the poorest and most isolated areas in North Carolina.
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25482
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New York landscape architect Louis L. Miller was surprised by the growth of ECTTS campus just a mere decade after designing it. Plans were made to expand the campus and in 1922, money was appropriated by the General Assembly. By the end of the decade, six buildings had turned into 16 on nearly 90 acres.
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25481
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After getting a rocky start in collegiate football and academia at Boston College, senior quarterback Dominique Davis has made a name for himself at East Carolina, topping the NCAA’s rankings. He says part of his success is the relationship he has with offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley, an energetic part of Ruffin McNeill’s coaching staff.
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25480
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A commercially successful writer on the East Carolina English faculty, Liza Wieland writes what she knows, and encourages students to look within for inspiration in their creative writing classes.
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36096
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Picking up where earlier researchers had left off with MODERN GREECE were eleven ECU’s maritime studies students. An early casualty of the Union, this blockade runner was found in the early 1960s. This team resumed the work of examining, cataloging, and describing the 11,500 artifacts from the ship sunk off the coast of Fort Fisher. Among those items were tableware, seen in an accompanying photo.
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36097
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When the drinking age was raised to 21 in the late 1980s, student riots were expected. As for the location where the riots erupted, it was not in the expected location. It was also a case of ECU not living up to the party reputation it had gained during this decade.