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High performance computing ECU topic
East Central University faculty, staff and students, along with the Ada community, can learn about high performance computing as Dr. Henry Neeman, from the University of Oklahoma, will be speaking on the topic the ECU campus Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Estep Multimedia Room of the Bill S. Cole University Center.
ECU athlete enters plea
An East Central University football player arrested for allegedly selling marijuana entered a plea in district court and will receive probation.
Ada area students awarded Noyce math scholarships
A third and final group of East Central University students have been awarded Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships in mathematics worth $30,000 each.
Officials laud ECU initiatives to end violence
Making strides in hopes of diminishing violence against women has been a supreme collaboration by several entities within the East Central University community, across the state of Oklahoma, and throughout the nation.
ECU athlete arrested on drug complaint
A star East Central University (ECU) football player was arrested Tuesday for allegedly selling drugs, according to police.
Video Snapshot: ECU Homecoming 2012
Kaitlin Moore was crowned East Central University Homecoming Queen and Zubair Khan was crowned Homecoming King at Norris Field Saturday night, Oct. 6, 2012.
Ramadans give $250K for ECU research and learning facility
A $250,000 gift from the Dr. Raniyah Ramadan Foundation in Oklahoma City will help fulfill one of East Central University’s longtime goals — providing a state-of-the-art research facility and program for undergraduate students.
Marching bands compete in Tigerpalooza
The third annual Bron Warren Tigerpalooza Marching Band contest will host 19 bands Saturday.
Season passes for fine arts season on sale
Season passes are still on sale for the remaining 2012-2013 East Central University Fine Arts season.
Global education program at ECU is a two-way street
Being involved in East Central University’s Global Education Program is a two-way street for students Elsa Mouly, Natalia Kulinichenko and Olga Prudka.
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