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8 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 11 Issue 3, Spring 2013
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25572
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As a center for research in coastal resources and development, the UNC Coastal Studies Institute opened in January to provide a resource for interuniversity partnership and community outreach.
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25573
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Many East Carolina alumni have a unique distinction of living and working abroad after graduation. From environmental and peace projects to business ventures and sustainability, have packed up and moved their lives to areas as varied as Haiti, Venezuela, London, Italy, South Korea, Germany, and many others.
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25574
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Laura Marie Leary Elliott, class of 1966, just wanted to make her parents proud. Elliott went beyond that and changed East Carolina campus forever, being the first African-American student at ECU.
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25576
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Senior Attie Bray (1922) recollects East Carolina’s flu epidemic that struck campus in early 1922. Campus was quarantined and activities shut down for weeks while students where recovering from illness.
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25575
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East Carolina has recently received the C. Peter Magrath University/Community Engagement Award for the establishment and support of the Lucille W. Gorham Intergenerational Community Center. The partnership between ECU, Pitt Community College, West Greenville, and the City of Greenville helps serve this underserved part of the Greenville community.
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36104
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The gallery in Joyner Library honored Faulkner’s contributions in academia at her alma mater, as well as politics at the local and state levels. Purposes perhaps more down to earth reflected Faulkner’s belief that students need what she called a “nest,” a place that helped campus to feel more like home.
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36105
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What became the Career Center was the second local residence for ECTTS’s first president, Robert Wright. The first was the first building on campus, Jarvis Hall. From that experience, residency for he and his family was an unconventional version of on campus living. From his children’s experience of the campus as a back yard, it also functioned as home.
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36106
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Away games yielded aspects that made these experiences unique from ones played on home turf, Participants on the court and off noted the unique effects on student-athletes academically and kinesthetically.