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Senate committees now required to attend student organization meetings

As part of the recently passed 2014 All-SGA Meetings Reform Act, SGA senate committees will be attending a different student organizations’ meeting every month over the next school year. Each SGA senate committee must attend six different student organization meetings by the end of the term, assuming SGA President Tim Schwann signs the bill. SGA […]

Casino night promotes sex education

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Tables were turning and dice were rolling as “casino night” took a whole new meaning last night when Campus Recreation and Wellness hosted Condom Casino Night. Condom Casino Night was a passport event designed for Health 1000 students and was hosted in a relatively small exercise room in the Student Recreation Center. The idea of […]

Students perform TV spin-off

Brody School of Medicine students will be performing a spin off of the popular television show “Breaking Bad” on April 15 and 16. The spin off is titled “Breaking Brody” and will show both video and skits as part of the performance. Fourth-year medical students Kyle Mobley and Vladim Bobrovnikov will star as Walter White […]

Vigil honors assault victims

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Last night members of Gamma Sigma Sigma, the university’s Office of Victim Services and ECU Police teamed up to sponsor a vigil for the survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. This annual event is usually a walk from College Hill to Joyner Library with men in women’s clothing and heels to emphasize eliminating gender […]

Lecture highlights medical innovation

An informative lecture about the life and medical research accomplishments of Nikola Tesla took place in the Laupus Library yesterday. The Medical History Interest group and professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, Joseph Chalovich, held a presentation called “Nikola Tesla: How the Vision for Low Cost Energy Led to Fluorescent Lights, Radio and Medical Wonders.” […]

Group educates about preconception health

Preconception Educating Pirates, also known as P.E.P. Squad, is a student organization that aims to educate students on the issue of preconception care. Ciarra Dortche, public health major and president of P.E.P. Squad, said their goals are to inform the community about issues like infant mortality, nutrition, health disparities, healthy relationships and sexual health. According […]

Crime Watch

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The Greenville Police Department has been placing signs around houses on Summit and Second streets, showing that the property lies within the boundaries of the Property Protection Initiative (PPI) area. “These houses and businesses have received Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design assessments,” said Kristen Hunter, Greenville Police Department spokesperson. “CPTED officers assist citizens in making […]

April fool

An unidentified suspect stuffed fictitious fliers into copies of “The East Carolinian” early Tuesday morning on April Fools Day. The flier suggested that the ECU athletics department should start using unethical and illegal recruiting tactics so that their athletic programs would improve. Lt. Chris Sutton of the ECU Police said that they are looking into […]

New dental learning center officially opens

The School of Dental Medicine opened the third Community Service Learning Center in Lillington, N.C., with a ribbon cutting ceremony held on March 24. The Lillington site, a 7,700-square-foot facility, is the third of eight to 10 service learning centers planned for operation in underserved areas across the state. The facilities combine clinical education, patient […]

Professor gives Shakespeare lecture

On Thursday, Mar. 27 Dr. James S. Shapiro gave a lecture in Wright Auditorium entitled “Shakespeare in America.” Shapiro’s lecture was one of the Voyages’ of Discovery lecture series taking place on campus to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday. During the lecture Shapiro talked about three different case examples where Shakespeare played major parts in American […]

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