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. . . STUDENTS . . . Newness at East Carolina College is reflected in the young generation of students who occupy its cam- pus. Influenced by tradition yet tantalized by change, the new collegian views himself in the image of saucy fashions, sleek sports cars, and the never-ending quest for the peculiar or impossible. Constantly striving to better himself and his col- leagues, the student allots his talents to many facets of the college community. Some find enjoyment in leisure, and others are satisfied to busy themselves with various campus activities. Regardless of the goals at which each individual student aims his ambitions, he may be characterized as ever inquisitive, eager, and optimistic about the future. Art students enjoy do- ing their work on the grass surrounding Wright Fountain. Davis Arboretum, colorful and quiet, senes as a place where students leisurely gather. 0 w J ' : . . " , m. ■ i ,nw- ' fV$i Rivifc
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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE PRESENTS NEWNESS IN . . . Growth has been synonymous with East Carolina College since its humble beginning in the fall of 1909. Opening its doors to 123 students and housing thirteen faculty members. East Carolina Teachers Training School has, in fifty-seven years, evolved into East Carolina College — a college now registering over 12,000 full and part-time students and having a faculty of 448. The reasons for this phenomenal growth are many. Perhaps the paramount reason is the one set forth by its first president, Robert H. Wright, in his first welcoming address, " East Carolina was built by the people, for the people, and may it ever remain with the people as a servant of the people. " East Carolina College has undergone vast changes and made impressive advancements; therefore, in the pages of this book the staff of the 1967 BUCCANEER has attempted to tell the story of the new East Carolina College.
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United States Senator Sam Ervin crowns Miss Cheryl Murdock Homecoming Queen 1966 before a capacity crowd in Ficklen Stadium. College Marshals exercise their duties at the graduation ex- ercises.
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