New University To Welcome 10,000 Students To Eastern North Carolina This Fall
MINNESOTT BEACH, NC - The North Carolina Education System has announced today that new construction will commence on a new University to be located in Eastern NC. “We have simply run out of room to meet the demand,” claims an unnamed source. Construction has been put on the fast track and The University of Minnesott will welcome 10,000 freshman this fall. The main campus for the U of M will border the Neuse River near the Minnesott Beach Ferry Terminal in Pamlico County. Applicants are coming in from all over the state and Southeast. “So many people want to be at or near the beach and it’s hard to blame them,” commented a representative with the school. "Life is just better along the coast," added one of the incoming professors.
The U of M will also compete athletically in Division I and be known as the Fighting Ferries. The Ferries have already signed home and away football games starting this Fall with the North Carolina Tarheels, North Carolina State Wolfpack and East Carolina Pirates. Head Football coach Chuck Stonewall is excited about building his first team in a hotbed of Eastern North Carolina talent. "We are opening tryouts immediately, if you can run, pass catch, block, tackle, or weigh more than 250 pounds, bring it!" claims Stonewall in his introductory press conference. The Beach Boogie and Blues Network, which features Southern Soul and Carolina Beach Music has signed on as the flagship station and will broadcast all games.
About U of M: The school will be NC’s 18th campus. It will be built on 10,000 acres and offer 25 courses of study. Traditional SAT and ACT scores are optional.
About the Beach Boogie and Blues Network: The Beach Boogie and Blues Network is heard on FM’s all over Eastern NC including 95.7 fm in New Bern, 101.1 fm in Jacksonville, 105.9 fm in Greenville, 102.9 fm in Kinston/Goldsboro and anywhere anytime at Beach Boogie and Blues.com. Eastern NC residents are encouraged to like Beach Boogie and Blues on Facebook to show their support.
Source: As reported by BBBBFN
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