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ETSU-Furman Quidditch Match

March 22nd, 2014 9:21 pm by Dave Boyd

Press photographer Dave Boyd was on-hand when the ETSU Quidditch team captured the snitch for the win against Furman University Saturday afternoon.

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Medical students' next steps revealed

Medical students' next steps revealed

March 21st, 2014 9:44 pm by Tony Casey

Just before the East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine made its Match Day announcements, declaring where medical students will be completing the residency portion of their pursuits to become doctors, Debbie Bailey said she was rather

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Poop proof: ETSU prof's dung knowledge pays off in Big Horn Sheep discovery

Poop proof: ETSU prof's dung knowledge pays off in Big Horn Sheep discovery

March 21st, 2014 11:04 am by Contributed - ETSU

Dr. Jim Mead's expertise on dung recently helped scientists confirm the early presence of bighorn sheep on a Mexican island.

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Where's Harry Potter when you need him? Quidditch tourney set for ETSU campus

Where's Harry Potter when you need him? Quidditch tourney set for ETSU campus

March 21st, 2014 10:51 am by Nathan Baker

Men's basketball won't be the only East Tennessee State University team locked in fierce tournament competition this weekend.

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Johnson City Commission approves ETSU garage traffic signal for State of Franklin

Johnson City Commission approves ETSU garage traffic signal for State of Franklin

March 21st, 2014 6:59 am by Gary B. Gray

The plan is contingent upon East Tennessee State University's construction of a new performing arts center on what is known as Lot 1 - an area between the Millennium Centre and Bank of Tennessee.

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ETSU to simulate refugee disaster

ETSU to simulate refugee disaster

March 20th, 2014 12:04 pm by Staff Report

East Tennessee State University's Interprofessional Education Program will stage a third-world disaster Saturday at the university's Valleybrook campus to help train health sciences students to deal with the unexpected.

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Pedestrian safety: Proposed traffic signal for near ETSU parking garage set for City Commission vote

Pedestrian safety: Proposed traffic signal for near ETSU parking garage set for City Commission vote

March 20th, 2014 9:59 am by Gary B. Gray

Signals at State of Franklin would facilitate traffic to and from the new parking garage and the developments across the street, both existing and future, including back access to the Millennium Centre parking garage.

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Planned arts center to get 250K free bricks from General Shale

Planned arts center to get 250K free bricks from General Shale

March 18th, 2014 10:56 pm by Nathan Baker

All in all, it was another 250,000 bricks in the wall Tuesday for East Tennessee State University's planned fine and performing arts center, but university and General Shale officials weren't protesting the United Kingdom's rigid boarding schools.

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ETSU named training site for U.S. Olympic canoeing and kayaking team

ETSU named training site for U.S. Olympic canoeing and kayaking team

March 17th, 2014 9:56 pm by Nathan Baker

More of the country's elite athletes will take advantage of East Tennessee State University's well-known sport science researchers to help them take on the world.

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Bucs staying home for A-Sun opener

Bucs staying home for A-Sun opener

March 1st, 2014 5:31 pm by Kelly Hodge

ETSU basketball fans will get at least one home game in March after all.When the dust settled on the regular season Saturday, the Bucs emerged as the 4-seed for the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament next week. They'll host fifth-seeded Lipscomb in a Tues

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