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9 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 5 Issue 3, Spring 2007
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9201
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After stellar baseball careers at East Carolina University, six former Pirates are now coaching at Division 1 universities. They are Erik Bakich (Vanderbilt); Joe Hastings (Boston College); Cliff Godwin (LSU); Ben Sanderson (East Carolina University); Nick Schnabel (West Point); and Bryant Ward (South Florida).
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9200
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Beverly Jones Cox graduated from East Carolina University in 1967. For almost forty years she has worked for the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. She was named curator of exhibitions after being there seven years and served in that capacity till 2000, when she was named director of collections and exhibitions.
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9526
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After a distinguished international career as a prima ballerina with the famed Kirov Ballet Company in St. Petersburg, Russia, Galina Panova has taken on a new role as dance instructor in the East Carolina University performing arts curriculum.
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9525
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Beverly Jones Cox, a 1967 graduate of East Carolina University, reflects on her four decades with the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
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36050
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The menagerie of movers and shakers in Greenville were profiled in this snapshot in words of how East Carolina University came to be. Accompanying the snapshot in words was a copy of the actual snapshot assembling those twenty-two individuals, taken on July 2, 1908.
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36049
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Talent was present; absent was funding. In a campus meeting, Senator Burr heralded Johnson and Johnson’s offer to help ECU fulfill medical missions like curing diabetes. A research university springing from a teacher’s training school, then, may seem off the beaten path. Realizing this intent—improving the quality of life—made it obvious ECU has stayed on course.
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36053
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A collection of music arranged by Alice Morgan Person in the 19th century may have stayed hidden, were it not for Harry Stubbs IV cleaning out the family home’s attic. From her great great-grandson’s archival contribution, items once bound by space have been digitalized, thus no longer bound by time.
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36052
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The title could also describe the era in which the profiled photos were taken. One featured six of the eighteen students with an instrument popular during the decade. The other showed students who could hold their own on either side of the steering wheel. The photos, just like the accompanied text, proved Wilson County club members aptly represented college students and young women the country over.
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36051
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Before leadership was a college campus buzzword, ECU’s Air Force and Army ROTC cadets profiled were living this role, in the classroom and out. These programs, then, provided student-cadets like Joelle Banjo-Johnson training for more than life in the barracks and on the battlefield.