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East Carolina University announces more furloughs, pay cuts

GREENVILLE, NC (AP) — A university in North Carolina has announced temporary furloughs and salary reductions for its athletics staff due to budget deficits...

Homeless man accused of smearing blood on NC sorority house

Police in North Carolina have charged a homeless man who they say was armed with a machete and smeared satanic messages in blood on a sorority house and on a vehicle belonging to a student.

Police: Man with machete smears blood on NC sorority house

A police department on a North Carolina college campus says a man armed with a machete smeared satanic messages in blood on a sorority house and on a vehicle belonging to a student living there.

ECU won’t have fans at home football opener

The UCF contest will include only essential game management and broadcast personnel, and a limited number of media members.

Since reopening, 3K North Carolina college students got coronavirus

At least 3,000 college students across North Carolina have tested positive for the coronavirus since schools reopened in early August.

State Highway Patrol intern, ECU student dies in patrol vehicle crash

The single-vehicle crash happened overnight around 12:53 a.m. as a state trooper was trying to overtake a suspected impaired driver on Smithtown Road, according to Highway Patrol.

UNCW asks apartment complexes to report students who gather in large groups

Seahawks returned to campus for the first day of classes on Wednesday. Other universities like ECU and UNC Asheville have already suffered COVID 19 outbreaks, and UNC Chapel Hill moved to a totally virtual semester when 130 students tested positive for Coronavirus after one week of classes.

College party with 400 people shut down in North Carolina

University police say about 20 parties, including one with nearly 400 people in attendance, were shut down at a university in North Carolina during the school’s opening weekend.

COVID-19: Parents, students try to plan for college uncertainties

College students are weeks away from the start of classes, and they (and their parents) are wondering what school will look like.

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