At East Carolina University, “we did the usual things” in response to news of the Paris attacks, said Tim Wiseman, chief risk officer and assistant vice chancellor of enterprise risk management at the Greenville, North Carolina-based university.
On Saturday, East Carolina quarterback James Summers was a ray of sunshine on a day where an overcast sky hurled pellets of rain on 50,000-plus fans inside Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. The junior transfer warmed up the rain-soaked spectators with electrifying runs and pin-point passes as he accounted for 279 yards and three touchdowns in three quarters of play to lead East Carolina to a 35-28 victory over Virginia Tech.
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WNCT spoke with Dr. Robert Tanenberg with the Brody School of Medicine who is also the Director for the Diabetes and Obesity Institute. He said it’s all about being prepared.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. If you can keep yourself hydrated or keep yourself from getting hypoglycemic, then you can save yourself a trip to the emergency room. You can save yourself a catastrophe,” Tanenberg said.
When a group of college students were given smartphones for the first time, researchers at Rice University and the U.S. Air Force asked whether they thought the devices would help them learn.
Yes! the students responded, … But a year later, when they were asked the same questions in the past tense, the results were entirely different — the college students felt the phones had distracted them and hadn’t been helpful, after all.
If Ruffin McNeill learned anything in 10 seasons at Texas Tech, it’s that quarterbacks, even ones as good as Shane Carden, can be replaced.
That doesn’t diminish what Carden did for East Carolina, essentially setting every school passing record in his three seasons, or McNeill’s appreciation for Carden’s leadership; it’s just a reality of the “Air Raid” offense.