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6 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 11 Issue 2, Winter 2013
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25571
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Christiane Cordero, a senior at East Carolina and aspiring broadcast journalist, is also one of about 205 ECU student-athletes who play on Olympic sports teams. A starting goalie, Cordero may receive little of the public attention that some revenue sports players do, but her schedule is just as hectic, and she has earned a spot on the Conference USA Honor Roll and other numerous accolades for athletic abilities.
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25569
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Dr. Leslie Smith, a student at Brody School of Medicine from 1998-2002, chose East Carolina because of its focus on primary care in rural areas. Utilizing her experiences, Smith makes it her mission to change how disadvantaged patients receive health care.
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25570
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Last spring, East Carolina lost $102 million in state funding over four years. Although academic departments have had to tighten their belts, programs are identifying degrees that promote growth for the future.
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25568
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At East Carolina, Patch Clark oversees the BA of Fine Arts program in Theatre Education and Theatre for Youth. She works to educate future teachers in the development of creative and critical thinking skills, while providing outreach to the local community, region, and worldwide.
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36102
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The title alluded to the first treasurer, who arrived in 1912. As important in overseeing ECTTS’s fiscal matters was his wife and the co-treasurer, Jonetta Webb Spilman. Expected then is their jointly accomplishments in many ways. Among them: cashed strapped students stay in school; the 1932 annual dedicated to them; an administration building named in their honor.
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36103
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A reprint of an article published in the Spring 1917 Training Quarterly, ECTTS alumna Lizzie Stewart shared her impression of North Carolina’s capital. As it turned out, her impression suggested the city’s governing body was not impressive.