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25430
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There are many ways to donate money to East Carolina University and several societies that recognize those gifts. Most people give because they want to share the blessings they've been given.
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25431
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The Brody family has given many financial gifts to East Carolina University in the past. The biggest one was the one that built the Brody School of Medicine. David Brody talks about how he and his siblings got to where they are, and why they decided to give to ECU.
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25434
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Geologist Stan Riggs, a professor at East Carolina University, has given nearly 100 lectures about his growing concerns about the coast. In addition, he urges people to do what they can to help.
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25436
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After 42 years with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, Charlie Adams is retiring. He has helped the NCHSAA reach many milestones, especially with women's sports.
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25435
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The East Carolina University football team will face many challenges in the upcoming season. Head coach, Skip Holtz believes the best way to attract the attention of the Bowl Championship series alliance is to keep winning.
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25432
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All college campuses have ghost stories and East Carolina University is no exception. From residence halls to the McGinnis Theatre, it seems there is a ghost story for almost every building.
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25433
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Jim Dodson has had many experiences in his life that have shaped how he writes. From the death of his father, to the aftermath of his divorce, his personal life has produced some of his best writing.
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25437
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When more money was needed to build the football stadium, a fundraising deal was made with a Durham-based tobacco company to trade cigarette cartons for money.
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36078
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Facts hinting the excitement over the inaugural class’ arrival on October 5, 1909 were an incomplete auditorium and borrowed pews serving as the first desks. Time-bound facts were kerosene lamps as the light source and number of incoming students, totaling 123 and including 104 women and 19 men. As for timeless facts, included was reprinted text from the first president’s speech, given a month later. His speech reflected the hope and promise he perceived.