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  • More than Meets the Eye
    One of the trips I was privileged to attend was the one to the Museum at Duke University and to the Once play. The trip was absolutely marvelous and filled with a lot of fun and good food. The first … Continue reading
  • Dashed Miconceptions of the Honors College Lifestyle
    What is it like to live within the Honors College dorm surrounded day and night by all Honors College students?  My first thought about living in Garrett Hall was that I would be surrounded by smart people who would study … Continue reading
  • Finding Female Inspiration: Bonnie St. John, DC Cupcakes, and Outstanding Alumni
    Feminism used to have many negative connotations that we as Americans are overcoming everyday. To me, a feminist is someone who stands up for equality.  I’ve been called a feminist before, and yes, I do stand up for women’s rights, … Continue reading
  • A Crystal Coast Get-Away
    I attended the Crystal Coast trip all day Saturday, September 21, 2013. The group’s first stop was the Cape Lookout Lighthouse (via ferry), which seemed daunting at first, but the climb was actually not bad at all! Of course, once … Continue reading
  • An Adventurous Start to Freshman Year
    My first living-learning trip with the Honors College was spectacular! Post-Labor day beach time, historical adventuring, and marine life viewing would summarize our excursion to Crystal Cove, Fort Macon, and the Aquarium at Pine Knolls. We began the trip by … Continue reading
  • Move-in Madness
    Once I graduated high school, I was incredibly excited to begin my college experience. I was thrilled to be enrolled in the Honors College, but I was anxious to begin my living experience at ECU with a lot of people … Continue reading
  • Literary Homecoming Opportunity
    Thanks to the Honors College, nine fellow students and I just had the privilege of attending an intimate literary discussion with the extraordinarily fascinating author, Wiley Cash. Mr. Cash covered everything from his Western North Carolinian childhood to his inspiration … Continue reading
  • Honors College Charlotte Adventures
    It was a warm and sunny July day at the U.S. National Whitewater Center near Charlotte where incoming Honors College students gathered to test their courage against the rapids at the Olympic whitewater rafting training site. Their concerns were justified. … Continue reading
  • Honoring the Parks
    Students admitted to East Carolina University’s Honors College will begin classes this fall, but they began a commitment to service July 16 as volunteers at Umstead State Park in Raleigh. They raked fire lanes, closed social trails, collected litter, and … Continue reading
  • Honors Pirates on the Pamlico
    It was a dark and stormy 15th of June!  But fifty students newly admitted to the East Carolina University Honors College, boarded the 72-foot schooner Jeanie B at Washington, NC for a cruise down the Pamlico River. The first band … Continue reading
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