"Cash In" your plastic bottles!
As part of a national effort to boost recycling, and in honor of Earth Month, Honest Tea is touring the country with a unique "Recycling Store." They will make a stop at ECU on Tuesday, April 15th, 9 am – 2 pm.Students can bring plastic bottles to Wright Plaza, in front of Dowdy, to "cash them in" for prizes. The more bottles brought to recycle, the more valuable the reward! One bottle recycled gets you a...
ECU Creative Writing professors Alex Albright, John Hoppenthaler, Bob Siegel, Amber Flora Thomas, Luke Whisnant, and Liza Wieland will read from their work to support the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC.
A free, public screening of the film "Shored Up," will be held in Wright Auditorium, followed by a panel discussion that includes the film's director Ben Kalina.
This event is sponsored by the ECU Institute for Coastal Science and Policy; ECU's Chapter of The Coastal Society; the ECU Division of Research and Graduate Studies; ECU's Center for Sustainability; the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, and Harriot College's Departments...
by Eugene O’Neill
Dion and Billy have fallen in love with Margaret. All have secrets to hide. Their images on the outside both protect their vulnerability and hide their emotional turmoil. Combining realism and expressionism, this brilliant tragedy of love focuses on the search for identity and the devastating consequences for those who are unable to discover a true sense of self.
The ECU Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Jorge Richter, performs Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23, featuring Di Wu. “By any standard, Di Wu is an extraordinary artist, and I would gladly crawl over broken glass to hear her again” (Peninsula Reviews). She’s appeared with the Beijing, Cincinnati, Hamburg, Shanghai and Singapore orchestras, to name a few. Also on the program are Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 and...
Fascinated by pirates? Intrigued by archaeology? Curious about artifact conservation? Come to the QAR Lab Open House to meet and interact with the archaeologists and conservators responsible for conserving, documenting, and investigating Blackbeard’s flagship. Experience different stages of an artifact’s journey from recovery to display, and even have your photo taken with a cannon! This event is free and open to all ages!
Enjoy the talented voices of ECU’s Magnolia Belles during their annual Spring Concert! This all female a cappella group will delight the audience with their rendition of many of today’s popular favorites as well as traditional tunes such as ECU’s Alma Mater and Fight Song. If you’ve never had the opportunity to hear the Magnolia Belles, you won’t want to miss this chance to see them perform live and in concert!