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50 Years of Pirate Pride & History: Hubert Walters '65

One of East Carolina’s first African-American male graduates is returning to campus this spring to celebrate 50 years of Pirate pride – and history.

Hubert Walters ’65, a retired professor of black music who has taught at Harvard University and Boston College, is one of several alumni planning to attend the Golden Alumni Reunion for the class of 1965, hosted by the East Carolina Alumni Association. 370 more words

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Alumni Spotlight: Soon Kwon, THF 2015 Rising Star

Soon Kwon,THF ’05, Showtime Networks, was recognized as a “rising star” at this year’s Diversity Awards Dinner, held March 25 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. 563 more words

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Alumni Spotlight: Ismabel Cueto

Ismabel Cueto (THF’ 12) got her start in the media industry as a T. Howard intern with nuvoTV. She currently serves as a Human Resources Coordinator with Amplify, having been an active participant in THF’s Alumni Network. 26 more words

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Alumni Spotlight: Melissa Imhaus '85

1.  Tell us about your life today.
These days I am busy raising two children and running a financial advisory business. My husband Frank van Hoorn and I live in Sonoma County and our children (Rik and Nina) attend an IB school in Healdsburg. 323 more words

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Alumni Spotlight | Ann Marie Wycoff '85

Ann Marie Wycoff ’85 had a problem.

She was an excellent swimmer, but there was no girls’ swim team at Stony Brook, nor would there be until 1987. 753 more words

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Alumni Spotlight: Elise and Princess Boot Camp

After camp, the thing we love most about the Great Books Community is hearing about the amazing things our campers accomplish all year round. Sometimes we hear a story that’s so exciting, we can’t wait to share it with everyone! 513 more words

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Now I live in Korea and I have no idea how this happened.

Dan Gidycz, NYU Stern class of 2014 and Oppy editor emeritus

It’s more or less exactly the job I went to Stern to avoid, except that it’s in Korea instead of in Sunnyvale or some other indistinct sprawling Northern California suburb. 1,350 more words

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