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ECU's Pirate Academic Success Center offers a variety of benefits through the Green Team Project.
The way ECU's medical students serve the communities of North Carolina is earning international recognition for the Brody School of Medicine.
This Pirate wants to make positive changes in politics.
He served as trustee chairman for nine terms and helped lead the fight to establish a medical school at ECU.
ECU's College of Health and Human Performance dedicated the Psychophysiology and Biofeedback Laboratory in honor of alumnus Max Ray Joyner Sr. on July 20.
On Monday, July 18 the ECU Police Dept. said farewell to Chief Gerald Lewis during a reception in his honor.
NCLR is published at ECU with additional support from the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association.