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Brody to reform application process

Brody School of Medicine (BSOM) is looking to streamline the application process in order to make it easier for future applicants. In an effort to increase efficiency and cut operating costs, the Brody School of Medicine has switched to utilizing the American Medical College Application Service, a web-based application. “The thing about all these tweaks […]

Board to plan future

Plans for the new student unions, a university department and committee updates and other issues will be discussed at the Board of Trustees meeting tomorrow. The six committees on the board will spend today proposing plans and giving updates but no action will be taken until tomorrow when the full board convenes to make final […]

Theft by gun at SRC

An ECU Alert was sent out to students Saturday, April 19, at about 1:30 a.m. after a female was robbed and assaulted while walking near the Student Recreation Center (SRC). According to police, a female reported that she was walking through campus near the SRC at 12:46 a.m. when two or three men approached her. […]

New senators learn the ropes

Future Student Government Association senators got a chance to learn about what it’s like to be involved in an actual SGA senate meeting Monday night. The SGA Senate held a mock senate meeting for incumbent senators in order to prepare them for their roles in the upcoming year and better educate them on SGA in […]

New banner policies in progress

Photo by Kat Jessick

The university is currently investigating a new policy on banners that could be implemented on campus as early as this fall. Utilized by students and organizations, hand painted and self-hung banners on the mall and lower part of College Hill have been a part of Student Life for decades. University administration has put together a […]

Panhellenic Sororities Announce “Woman of the Month”

Recently, the Panhellenic Council created Woman of the Month, a new award that honors a sorority sister that embraces key characteristics that the council upholds. The council’s Woman of the Month for March is Chi Omega’s Bethany Karunakaran, a junior communication major. Karunakaran said she was overjoyed that she was chosen out of all members […]

Barefoot returns for the 34th year

In celebration of the end of the year, the university’s biggest festival of the academic year, Barefoot on the Mall, will be held on the university mall Thursday from 2-8 p.m. Students can take a break from the school day to play games, visit different campus organization tables, receive free items, eat food and enjoy […]

Same school, different name

On Friday, Apr. 11, the UNC Board of Governors approved the name change of the university’s College of Technology and Computer Sciences and the implementation of a new biomedical engineering degree. The college will now be known as the College of Technology and Engineering. The Dean of the College of Engineering and Technology Dr. David […]

Library science degree program gains grant

The university recently received a grant that will train school librarians to be professional librarians who will serve rural areas in Eastern North Carolina. The library science degree program in the College of Education was awarded the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ 2014 Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Grant. This grant requires a non-federal or […]

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 […]

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