Category Archives: Colloquiums & Seminars

What is an Honors College Seminar, Anyway?

By: Erika Dietrick, Undergraduate Coordinator of Marketing and Communications Each spring, the Honors College unveils over a dozen Honors College seminars spanning topics as diverse as Ethics, Global Health, and the Fundamental Cause of Disease, The Science and Culture of … Continue reading

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Senior Reflections: Getting the Most Out of College

By: Kelly McLees, Honors College Senior The following is Kelly’s reflection on her college and Honors College experience.  Kelly will graduate from ECU in December 2014.  Of course, my life was jam packed with your typical college experiences like Greek … Continue reading

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An Exploration of Holocaust Archives: Perkins Library at Duke University

By Kristalyn Gill Some people say you can only trust history when you hold, in your hands, a primary source or witness the event itself. However, I do not concur with this statement. For example, I have read numerous articles … Continue reading

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Phenomenal Photographs and Artifacts

By Mary-Grace Kelly While on our class’s excursion to Duke University, I was privileged to see many photos and read many impressive documents, newspaper articles, letters, and books that were both eye opening and shocking. This trip was extremely educational … Continue reading

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Holocaust Denialism and Media: Holocaust Seminar

By Aenia Amin Today’s trip to Duke University and the Nasher Museum was an enriching and eye-opening experience. Upon arriving at Duke, William Hansen, the curator of the Rubenstein Library, and Kate Collins, a research librarian, welcomed us and guided … Continue reading

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