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Possible job cuts worry ETSU employees, students

Possible job cuts worry ETSU employees, students

October 10th, 2013 9:56 pm by Nathan Baker

Although East Tennessee State University President Brian Noland assured the college’s custodians last week that their jobs are safe for now, they and other employees continue to be wary of possible looming budget cuts and are looking at options to protect

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Design phase OK’d for new ETSU performing arts center

Design phase OK’d for new ETSU performing arts center

October 10th, 2013 9:39 pm by Brad Hicks

The next step in making what East Tennessee State University President Dr. Brian Noland called a dream for many in the area a reality has been taken.

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Vanderbilt fraternity suspended over email making light of rape

Vanderbilt fraternity suspended over email making light of rape

October 10th, 2013 2:24 pm by Staff Report

Vanderbilt University and the national office of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity have suspended local chapter operations after a member sent out an offensive recruiting email.

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ETSU psychiatry conference will examine violence

ETSU psychiatry conference will examine violence

October 10th, 2013 10:06 am by Nathan Baker

Recent mass shootings and other violent acts perpetrated throughout the country prompted an East Tennessee State University department to dedicate its annual conference to the study and prevention of violence.

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ETSU football stadium down to two locations

ETSU football stadium down to two locations

October 9th, 2013 3:30 pm by Nathan Baker

The future site of a new $15 million football stadium is now down to two locations on the East Tennessee State University campus, a university official said Wednesday.

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Famous Johnson City Sessions to be celebrated in weekend festival

Famous Johnson City Sessions to be celebrated in weekend festival

October 8th, 2013 8:43 pm by Jennifer Sprouse

Starting out as a set of old recordings that were virtually forgotten and overshadowed through the years, the Johnson City Sessions of 1928 and 1929 will soon be reintroduced to the region through a weekend celebration.

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Steel shortage blamed for latest ETSU parking garage delay

Steel shortage blamed for latest ETSU parking garage delay

October 8th, 2013 8:54 am by Nathan Baker

Opening slated for mid-November at earliest.

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Corporal punishment: Area schools’ policies mixed

Corporal punishment: Area schools’ policies mixed

October 7th, 2013 8:46 am by Nathan Baker

The official policies of local schools are split on the question of allowing corporal punishment of students, but in practice, many school administrators say spanking and paddling are on the decline

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Washington County school board joins licensure opposition

Washington County school board joins licensure opposition

October 4th, 2013 8:45 am by Nathan Baker

Following the leaders of other local districts, the Washington County Board of Education unanimously voted Thursday to send a resolution to state officials decrying a new policy that hinges teaching licenses largely on students’ performance on standardize

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ETSU, legislators intend to fight Army decision to end school ROTC program

ETSU, legislators intend to fight Army decision to end school ROTC program

October 3rd, 2013 5:52 pm by Rex Barber

ETSU President Brian Noland announced Thursday that the Army intends to end the school's 60-plus year ROTC program and 12 others across the nation by August 2015.

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