IN THE NEWSMORE NEWS
The audience will solve a murder in the ECU School of Theatre and Dance performance of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" in McGinnis Theatre on Nov. 13-17.
Anita Hill continues call for ending sexual harassment in the workplace during the Voyages of Discovery premier lecture.
School of Art and Design students now have access to a unique ceramics art teaching tool through a gift by former Asheboro art teacher and N.C. Zoo curator Dwight M. Holland.
No other medical school in North Carolina - and only one other institution in the nation - has produced a higher percentage of family physicians in the last decade than the Brody School of Medicine.

Hurricane Florence
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ECU AT A GLANCE
Take a quick, by-the-numbers look at our university.
87 percent of graduates are employed or continuing education by six months after graduation. Of the employed graduates, 46 percent found a job within six months of graduation, 38 percent prior to and 16 percent six months or later post-graduation.
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ECU this month honored the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust for approximately 70 years of partnership and philanthropy. The trust, which aims to improve quality of life and health for North Carolinians in need, has awarded more than $7M in grants to East Carolina. → http://go.ecu.edu/765fa5ed
Thank you seniors for your hard work and dedication at ECU over the years. Go Pirates! ☠️ Arrrgh!
Have you checked out our gallery from this week's #HurricaneFlorence Relief Concert? @theavettbros, @ValientThorr +… https://t.co/oz9iWqiL4h
NOV
17
McGinnis Theatre
8:00 pm
NOV
30
Mendenhall Student Center & Speight 242
10:00 am to 3:00 pm