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Artist, students re-write tragic tale of hanged elephant

Artist, students re-write tragic tale of hanged elephant - VIDEO

September 13th, 2014 11:04 pm by Max Hrenda

With the help of a nationally recognized artist, East Tennessee State University students shined a light on one of the region's more abhorred stories - and maybe even chased away some bad mojo in the process.

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Dig it: ETSU archaeological center houses thousands of prehistoric artifacts

Dig it: ETSU archaeological center houses thousands of prehistoric artifacts

September 12th, 2014 9:30 pm by Nathan Baker

Thousands of artifacts left behind by prehistoric humans have been meticulously catalogued on East Tennessee State University's Valleybrook satellite campus, a process that gave archaeology students valuable experience in their field and will provide futu

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Quillen medical student named a 2014 Tillman Military Scholar

Quillen medical student named a 2014 Tillman Military Scholar

September 11th, 2014 9:16 pm by Contributed - ETSU

As a 37-year-old father of three, James Johnston is hardly your typical second-year medical student. Throw in his seven deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq between 2002 to 2012 - in between which he spent seven years getting his bachelor's degree by takin

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ETSU's Walk of Hope sheds light on suicide - PHOTOS

ETSU's Walk of Hope sheds light on suicide - PHOTOS

September 10th, 2014 10:07 pm by Tony Casey

"I love you" is something not often appreciated and frequently underused when it comes to tough, masculine guys who are afraid to share their true feelings, but saying it could make all the difference in the world.

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ETSU scientists travel to China for fossil research

ETSU scientists travel to China for fossil research

September 10th, 2014 9:55 pm by Nathan Baker

A research trip to the other side of the globe helped East Tennessee State University paleontologists connect our region to a lost world.

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Building an elephant, one spoonful at a time

September 10th, 2014 11:29 am by Nathan Baker

Through this week, printmaker Dennis McNett and professors and students of the university's art department are constructing a paper mache elephant to be used in a ceremony honoring Big Mary, the circus elephant executed in an Erwin rail yard in 1916.

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4 ETSU students put best feet forward in bridge construction

4 ETSU students put best feet forward in bridge construction

September 6th, 2014 10:14 pm by Carter Giegerich, Press Staff Writer

Parking is going to be a breeze for families using the Lions Park baseball fields in Johnson City, thanks to a new pedestrian footbridge built by four East Tennessee State University students.

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Photo Gallery: Up on the dome

September 4th, 2014 1:41 pm by Nathan Baker

A crew installs a membrane to cover the roof the Mountain States Health Alliance Athletic Center, better known as the ETSU Minidome, on Wednesday.

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Free speech on the ETSU campus: Where's the line?

Free speech on the ETSU campus: Where's the line?

September 4th, 2014 11:19 am by Nathan Baker

A fire-and-brimstone evangelist visiting the campus of East Tennessee State University Tuesday drew complaints from some members of the student body, who said his public sermon was more harassment than preaching.

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Still no ink on ETSU's move to Freedom Hall, Kermit Tipton

Still no ink on ETSU's move to Freedom Hall, Kermit Tipton

September 3rd, 2014 11:33 am by Nathan Baker

"It will affect us using arena, but there's planning going on to reduce impact on students as much as we can" - Johnson City Board of Education Chairwoman Kathy Hall.

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