March 17, 2019

It is pretty true to form for the ECU School of Music to have students perform in two operas in one academic year. But this spring, there is a bit of a dramatic twist.

Two operas. One week. One cast. Two locations.

One is old. One is new. But both share the theme: What is true?

“Tell It Slant,…

Artist tells story of migrant farmworkers

March 03, 2019

One of the first lessons artist Sally Jacobs learned when she set out to make a documentary about migrant farm workers is that not all the yellow buses winding down the back roads of eastern North Carolina are taking children to school.

When she and husband Scott Temple began filming “At A…

N.C. Wesleyan hosts book signing

March 02, 2019

N.C. Wesleyan College recently hosted a book-signing event for "The Greatest Church in the World" by Skip Carney in the Rachel Dix Bookstore. 

Carney’s story of a young pastor who learns the principles that make a church “great” is being used by church members and church…

Chaplain offers comfort, support

February 24, 2019

One volunteer chaplain at Nash UNC Health Care was recently recognized for logging in more that 12,367 hours in chaplaincy service.

That’s more than the accumulated totals of the chaplains with the second- and third-most number of hours. And that only includes hours logged since the hospital…