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25438
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East Carolina University's MBA is unique not only in the experience gained, but it is almost completely online. Because of this, the enrollment in the MBA programs has skyrocketed in the past few years.
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25439
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Three East Carolina University alumni now work for BB&T, this may be why they hire many students who graduate from ECU with an MBA.
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25442
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In an effort to honor the academic superstars of East Carolina University sports, East Magazine has highlighted their achievements in the Winter 2010 issue.
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25441
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Rebecca Sweet, an interior design professor at East Carolina University, encourages her students to find a unique take on interior design and apply it to the real world.
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25440
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Jack Jenkins is the youngest son of legendary East Carolina University Chancellor Leo Jenkins. Jack Jenkins has done well for himself and is now a judge.
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25443
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East Magazine presents a photo expose on East Carolina University's 100th homecoming celebration from the football team to the parade floats.
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25446
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The student-run campus radio station, WWWS, was extremely popular among students. So popular, in fact, that when the station switched to only FM broadcasting, there was a rush to switch by students on campus as well.
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36079
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The YWCA, constructed in 1925, was known for many firsts, in its purposes for the students of East Carolina Teachers’ College. It was the first student group on campus; first student government; first student store. As for its last building, the Y Hut, that served as the student center until it was cleared to make way for the construction of Joyner Library.