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7 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 5 Issue 1, Fall 2006
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25385
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Karen Singer, a science teacher at Central Farmville High School, explains what drew her to teaching. There are many reasons recent graduates don’t choose to teach at rural schools, but for Karen, those reasons were an attraction.
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25384
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Thanks to the Wachovia Partnership East program, ECU is recruiting more students to get degrees in teaching to help solve the teacher shortage crisis.
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25387
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Hubert Walters reflects on what his time at ECU was like. Being one of the first African American students at the school, he encountered much less hostility than would be expected.
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25390
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Pirate football coach Skip Holtz discusses the challenges the team will face with the improvements made by the teams they will face this year.
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25388
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Political science professors Jody Baumgartner and Jonathan Morris have conducted a study that found that students get most of their political knowledge from satire shows.
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25389
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Tailgating is a tradition as old as football itself and the people of Greenville are finding more creative ways to do so. There is a necessity list when it comes to tailgating, but there are creative ways around certain items.
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25386
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Steve Tuttle provides a list of ECU urban legends and then explains why they are or are not true. Some are not so clear cut and are simply stated as being unlikely or half-true.