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Members of the Chi Omega Sorority celebrated homecoming festivities at their Fifth Street sorority house. A current sorority member could be the first recipient of the ECU Rho Zeta Chi Omega Scholarship, which will be awarded in 2024. (Photos by Patricia Earnhardt Tyndall)
Nov 27, 2023
  • Patricia Earnhardt Tyndall


ECU a launch pad for Bond’s career Stephanie Bond considered only two schools when she was looking for a college. She decided on ECU during her campus tour. “My campus...

Nov 22, 2023
  • ECU News Services

ECU Police announces reaccreditation visit; seeks public comment

As part of the reaccreditation process, a highly regarded recognition of public safety excellence, the East Carolina University Police Department will host a four-year, on-site assessment from the Commission on...

Nov 21, 2023
  • Lacey L. Gray


Rivaling pre-pandemic numbers with an audience of nearly 1,000 people, East Carolina University proudly welcomed actor, director, producer, triathlete and mental health advocate Sean Astin to campus on Nov. 16...

Nov 16, 2023
  • Benjamin Abel


Erin Baginski lives about as far from eastern North Carolina as a person could drive to, but she’s every bit a Pirate and represents a pair of very successful partnerships...

Nov 15, 2023
  • Meaghan Skelly


In a celebration of diversity and cultural richness, East Carolina University is set to enchant audiences with its production of the musical “Once on this Island” through Sunday in McGinnis...

Nov 14, 2023
  • Ken Buday


Will Janning watches as a seagull flies across a clear sky. The nearby water greets the sand he stands on, allowing him a dry spot from where he can see...

Roshan Saud of Nepal and Muhammad Kamran of Pakistan carry their countries’ flags during a Parade of Flags ceremony. (ECU photos by Rhett Butler)
Nov 13, 2023
  • Steven Grandy


To kick off International Education Week, East Carolina University’s Office of Global Affairs held its first Parade of Flags during the afternoon of Thursday, Nov. 9. Members of the ECU...

Food Lion representatives Kevin Durkee, David Hardee and David Garris join ECU nutrition science faculty Dr. Lauren Sastre and department chair Dr. Michael Wheeler in cutting the ribbon to open the ECU/Food Lion Feeds mobile teaching kitchen and pantry. (ECU Photo by Rhett Butler)
Nov 10, 2023
  • Patricia Earnhardt Tyndall


When East Carolina University’s new Farm 2 Clinic (F2C) mobile teaching kitchen and pantry hits the road it will deliver more than nutrition to underserved people in the region. The...

Learning assistant Matt Downing works with Tara Hodgkinson, left, and Macy Haddock during a biology lab in the Science and Technology Building. (Photos by Rhett Butler)
Nov 08, 2023
  • Lacey L. Gray


In a lab in the Science and Technology Building at East Carolina University, packed with students, fragile supplies and mysteriously marked cabinets and doors, the principles of biology laboratory may...

ECU faculty, staff and alumni cut the ribbon to celebrate the new office of ECU’s Military & Veterans Resource Center in the Main Campus Student Center. (Photos by Rhett Butler)
Nov 07, 2023
  • Crystal Baity


East Carolina University has been ranked among the nation’s best again this year in the Military Times’ 2023 Best for Vets Colleges. ECU was No. 24 in the Southeast and...