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Open Forum for students to give feedback to architects about the new Student Centers
On Oct. 27th from 2:00-3:30pm in Hendrix Theatre, ECU students will be able to see the designs and design options for the inside and outside of the new Student Center on ECU's main campus. The open forum will include a presentation by ECU administrators as well as the architects about the new building and parking deck as well as question and answer session where students can give feedback on the project.
There are a couple of design options for the exterior of building that will be shared and discussed at the Open Forum.
Pirate Dry Dock - Oct. 23 - Alcohol Free Tailgate
On Saturday, September 20th, East Carolina had its first official alcohol free tailgate. The first Dry Dock event was planned and supported by the Residence Hall Association (RHA). Located at the bottom of College Hill Drive, students were able to enjoy, lawn games, a DJ, inflatables, free good and giveaways. 275 students stopped by the first event.
On Thursday, October 23rd, SGA, Greek Life, SAB and the ECU Ambassadors will sponsor the second Dry Dock event. The groups are in the process of planning a variety of fun tailgate games, activities, and food for students to enjoy before the Thursday evening football game. Encourage students you work with to stop by!
Ledonia Wright Cultural Center New Website
ECU Students Helping in Honduras
Students Helping Honduras is a national organization started in 2004 with one student on one college campus and has now grown to organizations on more than 1,000 university and college campuses. The ECU SHH team traveled to San Pedro Sula in Honduras in August 2014 to participate in the building of elementary schools for surrounding communities.(Read More)
WLLC Transforming Elem. School
WLLC students have gone to East End Elementary School in Robersonville, NC (about 25 minutes from ECU’s campus) to help tutor students, talk about physical fitness, wellness and nutrition. This is a great service to the students at East End, but as you will see from this video created by the school, they are happy to have ECU’s Wellness Living Learning Community working with them as partners and friends.(Read More)