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8 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 7 Issue 3, Spring 2009
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25420
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ECU has become liberal in its political stances percentage wise. 36 percent of high-paid employees are registered as Democrats. Even just looking at the bumper stickers on cars, there seem to be more Democrat than Republican supporters.
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25421
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Scott Avitt, member of the Avitt Brothers band, is a former ECU student who says that ECU is where he really learned to shape his craft. He says his time at the University shaped his dedication to both his music and visual artwork.
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25422
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After 150 students showed up at ECU President Leo Jenkins’ front door, new changes were made to better incorporate the African American student body and make their life at ECU more comfortable.
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25424
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Women’s sports at ECU are getting a makeover to make them fully-funded and promote equality to men’s sports. In addition, more fans are supporting both the men and women’s teams at various sporting events.
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25423
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Dr. Brian Love is a chemistry professor at ECU that has been described as having a memorable way of teaching that can make any boring classroom fun.
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36069
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For this second generation ECU alumna, the snowstorm of 1943 could have been something worth writing home about. Noteworthy items in this present day reflection included the shortage of male students and rationed items on campus during World War II. Meeting the professed love of her life that day, though, alone would have made it significant and special.
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36076
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Among East Carolina Teacher’s Training School’s collection of historically famous facts was the source of the first spring break. Despite modern technology’s absence, the first president’s promise to have the college re-opened in ten days was kept. For this article, the promise kept was also illustrated in pictures. Accompanied photos chronicled the rebuilding of the current Old Cafeteria Building and former Refectory between April 2nd-12th, 1915.
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36075
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Mentioned were the ten teachers hired by the first president of what was East Carolina Teachers’ Training School. In the accompanied photo were those with past and present buildings at ECU named for them: William H. Ragsdale, Maria D. Graham, Mamie E. Jenkins, Herbert E. Austin, Sallie Joyner Davis, and Claude W. Wilson. The other four featured in the reprinted first photo included Kate W. Lewis, Birdie McKinney, Jennie M. Ogden, and Fannie Bishop.