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Six decades of university leadership converged on ECU’s campus to celebrate Alumni Reunion Weekend on April 12-13. Nearly 40 former student leaders gathered for the Robert Wright Society/SGA Leadership Reunion Luncheon.
The Other Wes Moore - 2014-15 Pirate Read Selection
The Pirate Read aims to orient students to the academic community, to prepare students for the college-level environment, to allow students to share a common reading experience with fellow classmates, faculty, and staff and to enable students and faculty to discuss ideas from the book across the curriculum. The Pirate Read committee brings together faculty from across the campus along with Student Affairs educators to select the book and coordinate various educational and co-curricular activities, including bringing the author to campus. (Click here for more about the Pirate Read Selection)
Greek Week - Service, Philanthropy and Competition
More than 2,100 ECU Greek affiliated students participated in Greek Week 2014 held April 7th-14th. Among the highlights were the “So You Think You Can Stroll Competition” held on Tuesday April 8th inside Minges Coliseum. Admission was open to anyone as long as they brought a canned good or non-perishable food item and approximately 1,700 students attended to watch 10 teams compete. (Read More)
ECU Transit's New Motorcoaches
ECU Transit added two new 2014 Prevost H3-45 over-the-road motorcoaches in December 2013 to meet the demand of the university community traveling greater distances than could be accommodated on our transit style buses.
ECU Athletics is a heavy user of the charter buses, booking transportation for our sports teams traveling to various venues up and down the east coast. However, the motorcoaches are available to all university departments and organizations for local, extended day, and overnight trips. Several of the groups who have already used the new motorcoaches include Greek Life, Honors College, Chamber Singers, Gossip Choir, College of Business, and Performing Arts.
Transit has hired professional, experienced motorcoach operators who are dedicated to making each trip a first class experience. (Read More)
ECU Club Boxer Wins National Title
Congratulations to ECU’s Brandon Knox for winning the US Intercollegiate Boxing Association National Championship held April 3-5 at the University of Miami, Florida. Brandon, the only ECU Club Boxer to make nationals, competed in the 125-pound open division weight class, which signifies a boxer has competed in more than 10 bouts. The senior, who will graduate in December with a degree in Construction Management, has only been boxing for a few years. In his first year of competition at ECU, Brandon was a nationals runner-up and last year he was a bronze medalist before claiming gold this year. (Read More)