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Web Run: N.C. State-ECU game is far from a sellout

Anyone seeking a break from holiday-weekend family time should be able to find refuge in an empty section or two (or three) of Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium on Saturday. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 11/25:</b></small> <li><a href="http://technicianonline.com/story.php?id=010677" target=blank><b>Gratitude given where it belongs</b></a>

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N.C. State-ECU game is far from a sellout
Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer
Anyone seeking a break from holiday-weekend family time should be able to find refuge in an empty section or two (or three) of Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium on Saturday. N.C. State and East Carolina both have reported selling all of the 20,000 tickets each was allotted for the football matchup between the in-state schools. That still leaves about 33,300 seats unclaimed for the game in the Carolina Panthers' home stadium, and ticket sales for those have been, shall we say, less than brisk. Read More

Gratitude given where it belongs
Technician
Honor is a precious idea that is often given out too frequently to hold meaning. Well, the following people deserve sincere honor because each has made a positive impact on the campus of N.C. State. The people involved in certain aspects of university life during the past year deserve acknowledgment and to know that his or her work does not go unnoticed in this time of thanks. Read More


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