ECU football ‘Air Raid’ searching for best commander — The News & Observer

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ECU football ‘Air Raid’ searching for best commander  -- The News & Observer

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.

ECU’s Iannettoni elected to lead thoracic resident physician programs in U.S. |Daily Reflector Workweek

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ECU's Iannettoni elected to lead thoracic resident physician programs in U.S. |Daily Reflector Workweek

Dr. Mark Iannettoni, vice chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences for East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine, has been named president of the Thoracic Surgery Directors Association.

NCCU ready to move on new student union — The Durham Herald-Sun

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NCCU ready to move on new student union -- The Durham Herald-Sun

The sticking point could be a Board of Governors that in the last year or two has been taking a harder look at proposals for new student unions. The scrutiny follows the approval in 2014 of a two-building, $156.3 million project for East Carolina University.

Vandals deface UNC’s ‘Silent Sam’ Confederate memorial — The News & Observer

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Vandals deface UNC’s ‘Silent Sam’ Confederate memorial -- The News & Observer

A UNC spokesman condemned vandalism that defaced the university’s monument to Confederate war soldiers over the July Fourth holiday.
“We understand that the issue of race and place is both emotional and, for many, painful,” Associate Vice Chancellor of Communications and Public Affairs Rick White said in a statement.

Renewed calls to rename Clemson’s Tillman Hall — The Greenville (S.C.) News

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In light of the deadly shooting of nine worshippers at a historic black Charleston church by a self-described white supremacist two weeks ago, Clemson University faculty have renewed calls for the university to rename its most iconic building, Tillman Hall, which bears the name of a white supremacist governor who was one of the university’s founders.

The right college major can make you $3.4 million more in a lifetime | Atlanta Journal Constitution

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The right college major can make you $3.4 million more in a lifetime | Atlanta Journal Constitution

…certain college majors have a much higher return on investment than other degrees. While this isn’t overly surprising, the difference in lifetime wages for different majors is enormous.