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Fun Activities for Chilly Days!

It’s that time of the year where we’re all snuggled up in blankets and wearing extra layers just for walking outside. While some people enjoy the cold weather, many people avoid going outside due to the sudden low temperatures. However, just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop! Check out some fun activities to try […]

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Thankful and Grateful: My Thanksgiving Traditions

I’m making sure to save my appetite for Thanksgiving this year because I’m already hungry just thinking about all the delicious food! Many families have their own special Thanksgiving tradition, but mine involves life-long friends as well. The morning of Thanksgiving, my family and I watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade together then we head over to some close family friends’ house […]

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Service opportunities to help with Hurricane Matthew victims 

The past few weeks have been devastating for those impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Many people lost their houses, their cars, and even their lives. Sadly, North Carolina got hit pretty hard in some places, including Greenville. My brother’s friend sent him some pictures that absolutely devastated me. Cotanche Street was completely flooded, and outside of University Manor, the road was destroyed. […]

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Lea Lipscomb: About Me!

Hello, everyone! My name is Lea Lipscomb, and I’m a senior here at East Carolina University. I’m very excited for this opportunity to blog for East Carolina University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions, but first, let me tell you a little bit about myself! I’m originally from Cary, a town about 30 minutes from our state’s capital, Raleigh. I belong to a […]

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Making a difference through teaching

Rising senior and secondary math education major Rebecca Poole has always been gifted with numbers. “When I was little I’d much rather do flashcards or something than read,” said Poole. “I like being able to solve a problem. With math, there’s a concrete answer.” Poole discovered her interest in teaching math while in seventh grade. “We had a permanent substitute […]

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Historical preservation and a new generation

Interior design student James Higgins is taking steps to educate a new generation on historic preservation and sustainability. Higgins’ interest in architecture began early. “I took a drafting class in ninth grade and just loved it,” he said. “I just had a knack for the design process.” After graduating from high school, Higgins went on to receive an associate of […]

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