ECU News Services


June 15, 2010

SUMMER PIRATES: Two students cross campus during the first week of the summer session, which began in late May, bringing more than 11,000 students to campus – either physically or through distance education. Classes for the first summer session started on May 18. The second session of summer school classes will begin June 24. (Photo by Cliff Hollis)


Holocaust Awareness
   Events Held as a memorial to victims of Holocaust

ECU ROTC at Pitt County Wildlife Club
   Pirate Battalion participates in firearms training.

Coach McNeill
     ECU Welcomes New Head Football Coach

MLK Day Challenge
   Students Perform Community Service

Dental School
Temporary Office Space Brought In

Custom Trike
  Larry Remick BSOM plumber shows a custom trike he built himself.

Million Meals
  University volunteers join together in Million Meals event to feed the hungry.

drill1 Prepared
Live Drill Ensures
ECU Crisis-Ready


For 3,400 Graduates
at Spring Commencement
award BOG Award
Top Teaching Honor Presented to Raedeke


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