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D.P. Culp Student Center

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Who else misses Pepper? We can't wait to see her again on campus in August.
06/08/2022

Who else misses Pepper? We can't wait to see her again on campus in August.

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06/02/2022

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06/02/2022

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Due to damage from a fast-moving severe thunderstorm Thursday afternoon, the ETSU University Commons and Pride Walk area...
06/02/2022

Due to damage from a fast-moving severe thunderstorm Thursday afternoon, the ETSU University Commons and Pride Walk areas are closed until further notice.
ETSU officials urge caution while on or near campus, as the storm left fallen trees, broken glass and other debris throughout the area.
An ETSU official said the damage is expected to be cleaned up by Friday morning.

This ETSU squirrel is cooling off and enjoying the shade with some food. How are you spending this summer day? 🌽(Photo b...
06/02/2022

This ETSU squirrel is cooling off and enjoying the shade with some food. How are you spending this summer day? 🌽

(Photo by Bridget Garland)

Are you a current or incoming ETSU student with a love for photography?We are looking for photographers to work for the ...
06/02/2022

Are you a current or incoming ETSU student with a love for photography?

We are looking for photographers to work for the East Tennessean. East Tennessean staff members get the chance to network, build their portfolio and work with a community of journalistic and creative individuals.

If you are interested in applying, email [email protected] to receive an application.

This past weekend, ETSU Access hosted a benefit concert, called "Access the Groove", at The Grey Eagle in Asheville, Nor...
05/25/2022

This past weekend, ETSU Access hosted a benefit concert, called "Access the Groove", at The Grey Eagle in Asheville, North Carolina. The concert included participation from ETSU Access students and local artists alike.

(Contributed/Haley Mullins)

“We are very excited to begin a housing renovation project focused on upgrading and updating our furnishings, systems, a...
05/25/2022
State Building Commission approves ETSU Housing renovations

“We are very excited to begin a housing renovation project focused on upgrading and updating our furnishings, systems, and spaces in a number of current residential facilities,” said Joe Sherlin, vice president for Student Life and Enrollment.

https://easttennessean.com/2022/05/25/state-building-commission-approves-etsu-housing-renovations/

On May 23, the State Building Commission approved the $25 million ETSU housing project. These renovations will impact Lucille Clement, Buccaneer Ridge, West, Nell Dossett, and Stone Halls, set to b…

BREAKING: On May 23, the State Building Commission approved the $25 million ETSU Housing Project. These renovations will...
05/23/2022

BREAKING: On May 23, the State Building Commission approved the $25 million ETSU Housing Project. These renovations will impact Lucille Clement, Buccaneer Ridge, West, Nell Dossett, and Stone Halls, set to be completed by Summer 2025.

More information coming soon on impact to ETSU students.

(Contributed/Tennessee General Assembly)

05/20/2022

Must be an ETSU student.
The pay is $11 per article. Writers can fall under news, features, editorials, sports or arts and entertainment. We need them all and are taking first-time writers!

05/20/2022

Must be an ETSU student.
Designers need only to work two days a week, on Sundays and Wednesdays, which are publication days. Designers should be familiar with page layout and Adobe InDesign.

Are you interested in getting more involved on ETSU's campus? Look no further than the East Tennessean! We are searching...
05/20/2022

Are you interested in getting more involved on ETSU's campus? Look no further than the East Tennessean! We are searching for enthusiastic writers, designers, photographers and editors to join the staff in the fall.

Working for the East Tennessean is a great way to network, build your resume and become familiar with the university and its community. You even get paid while doing it.
You can learn more by emailing [email protected] to receive an application.

Check out this summer internship opportunity!
05/20/2022

Check out this summer internship opportunity!

🤝 We are excited to help our new partner Beacon Financial Credit Union in their search for a summer intern. Please email John Hunter at [email protected] for more information.

#etsu #mediaandcommunication #summerinternship #partnership

Our last East Tennessean production of the year is in the books! It's our longest paper of recent years, totaling 24 pag...
05/05/2022

Our last East Tennessean production of the year is in the books! It's our longest paper of recent years, totaling 24 pages.

We will miss Maddi, Brendan, and Mack, who will all be graduating on Saturday.

The summer edition will go out May 12 and be available online and in the Culp throughout the summer.

Enjoy your summer, Bucs!

Pick up your special edition of the East Tennessean and tag us in your posts! #mirandalambertedition
04/29/2022

Pick up your special edition of the East Tennessean and tag us in your posts! #mirandalambertedition

When Miranda Lambert takes the stage on April 29, it won’t be the first time she has set foot on ETSU’s campus. In 2006,...
04/29/2022
ET EXCLUSIVE: Miranda Lambert returns to ETSU

When Miranda Lambert takes the stage on April 29, it won’t be the first time she has set foot on ETSU’s campus. In 2006, Lambert performed alongside Dierks Bentley and the Randy Rogers Band as part of the Student Government Association’s fall concert that year.

“I remember we all had a blast, that audience was on their feet almost the entire time,” said Lambert in an exclusive interview with the East Tennessean. “I love country music and any time I get to play a show with great artists like Dierks and Randy Rogers it’s a good time. Y’all know how to have fun out there at ETSU!”

https://easttennessean.com/2022/04/29/exclusive-miranda-lambert-returns-to-etsu/

When Miranda Lambert takes the stage on April 29, it won’t be the first time she has set foot on ETSU’s campus. In 2006, Lambert performed alongside Dierks Bentley and the Randy Rogers Band as part…

We are sad to see Koda Bear go, but we wish Teresa Shakir and Koda the best on their journey elsewhere.Get your final Ko...
04/28/2022

We are sad to see Koda Bear go, but we wish Teresa Shakir and Koda the best on their journey elsewhere.

Get your final Koda Kuddles in by 1 p.m. today in Borchuck Plaza.

(Nicholas Ransom/East Tennessean)

The East Tennessean is looking forward to sharing the Miranda Lambert commemorative edition of the newspaper, which feat...
04/27/2022

The East Tennessean is looking forward to sharing the Miranda Lambert commemorative edition of the newspaper, which features an exclusive interview with the country superstar, on Friday, April 29. The edition will be handed out to the first 10,000 people in attendance at the concert on campus.

Here's a behind the scenes look at Allison Winters, executive editor, shooting the cover photo at William B. Greene Jr. Stadium earlier this month.

Will you be there this Friday?
#mirandalambert #easttennessean #ETSU #studentmedia

ETSU Sports and Recreation Management (SARM) hosted the Cars, Trucks and Bucs Car Show this past weekend. Donations were...
04/26/2022

ETSU Sports and Recreation Management (SARM) hosted the Cars, Trucks and Bucs Car Show this past weekend. Donations were accepted at the door to go towards the ETSU SARM Seed scholarship fund.

(Photos by Madison Taylor/East Tennessean)

Allison Winters has been selected to serve as executive editor for the East Tennessean for the 2022-2023 school year.Win...
04/20/2022

Allison Winters has been selected to serve as executive editor for the East Tennessean for the 2022-2023 school year.

Winters is currently a graduate student in the brand and media strategy program at ETSU, and will be entering her second year as executive editor. She received her bachelor’s degree in media and communication last spring and will complete her graduate studies in May 2023.

She hopes to continue to grow the East Tennessean’s readership and engagement, as well as collaboration with other organizations and departments on campus, entering her next year as executive editor.

04/20/2022

Have you been able to check out this semester's farmer's market? You still have a few more chances.

Check out this video by one of our ET videographers, Tyler Emert, showcasing some of the sights from the Farmers Market at East Tennessee State University.

04/19/2022

Have you heard the news?

The East Tennessean as part of the Student Media Center is participating in this year's ETSU Day of Giving.

Want to donate specifically to the Student Media Center?

1) Go to etsu.edu/give
2) Scroll down to Student Life & Enrollment
3) Click “Give Now”
4) Under designation, select “Student Media Center”

It begins at 9 a.m. on April 19, 2022 and runs until April 20, at 8:59 a.m. We hope you will choose to support the ET this giving season.
#ETSUDayofGiving

ETSU Day of Giving 2022 is approaching, and the East Tennessean as part of ETSU Student Media Center will be accepting d...
04/19/2022

ETSU Day of Giving 2022 is approaching, and the East Tennessean as part of ETSU Student Media Center will be accepting donations. The Student Media Center is the hub for not only The East Tennessean, but also the One Button Studio and The Edge 89.5 HD4.

Day of Giving is "an annual, 24-hour online fundraising event for East Tennessee State University," according to their website. "Alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, friends, and partners unite to help students pursue knowledge and improve quality of life."

Want to donate specifically to the Student Media Center?

1) Go to etsu.edu/give
2) Scroll down to Student Life & Enrollment
3) Click “Give Now”
4) Under designation, select “Student Media Center”

It begins at 9 a.m. on April 19, 2022 and runs until April 20, at 8:59 a.m. We hope you will choose to support the ET this giving season.

For more information, visit https://www.givecampus.com/schools/EastTennesseeStateUniversity/etsu-day-of-giving-2022.

#ETSUDayofGiving

The new Washington County early voting location opened Monday at ETSU. Student Government Association President Mason Mo...
04/18/2022

The new Washington County early voting location opened Monday at ETSU. Student Government Association President Mason Mosier and Director of Leadership and Civic Engagement Joy Fulkerson were the first to cast their votes.
The ETSU early voting location, located in the Culp Student Center, Room 219, is open to Washington County residents, who are registered to vote, April 18 through April 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The early voting period for the Washington County Primary ends April 28. The County Primary is May 3.
To check your current Tennessee voter registration status, visit https://tnmap.tn.gov/voterlookup/.
For more on the Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement’s efforts to promote voting on campus, or to learn more about ETSU’s new early voting site, contact Fulkerson at [email protected] or call (423) 439-8328.

This past weekend, ETSU’s Swim Club competed in the College Club Swimming Nationals at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia....
04/14/2022

This past weekend, ETSU’s Swim Club competed in the College Club Swimming Nationals at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia. This was their first appearance at such an event, where over 100 teams and thousands of athletes from across the United States competed against each other.

Participants from ETSU included seniors Cameron Seeley, Emily Grice and Lucy Groscost.

(Contributed/ETSU Swim Club)

On April 23 at 7 p.m., a screening of “Above All Else” will take place inside the Culp Auditorium. Following the screeni...
04/12/2022

On April 23 at 7 p.m., a screening of “Above All Else” will take place inside the Culp Auditorium. Following the screening there will be a Q&A session with the film’s director, John Fiege, moderated by ETSU professors Matt Holtmeier and Chelsea Wessels.

“Above All Else” follows David Daniel, a retired stunt man and high-wire artist, as he rallies neighbors and activists to join him in a final act of brinkmanship: a tree-top blockade of the controversial pipeline.

Decorating your graduation cap?You can send the East Tennessean pictures of your decorated graduation cap for the ceremo...
04/12/2022

Decorating your graduation cap?

You can send the East Tennessean pictures of your decorated graduation cap for the ceremony by tagging us on social media, or emailing us at [email protected]. Some submissions will be chosen to be showcased on our social media and website during the week of graduation.

#HatsOffToETSUGrads #etsu2022 #classof2022

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At a press conference today, ETSU and Ballad Health announced a partnership that will launch the Strong BRAIN Institute. “The Strong BRAIN (Building Resilience through ACEs (adverse childhood experiences)-Informed Networking) Institute will facilitate the development and dissemination of evidence-based practices that prevent, reduce or mitigate the negative effects of ACEs on health and health disparities. The institute will also work to inform the citizenry and workforce in the Appalachian Highlands on the importance of being trauma informed.” Our very own Dr. Gorman will represent the College of Business and Technology as a trustee of the Institute. https://www.etsu.edu/etsu-news/2020/06-june/aces-news-conference.php ETSU College of Business & Technology East Tennessee State University East Tennessee State University Office of Admissions ETSU National Alumni Association ETSU School of Graduate Studies ETSU Strive ETSU Digital Marketing Master's REGIONALISM FOR NORTHEAST TENNESSEE AND SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA Appalachian Highlands The Business Journal of Tri-Cities TN/VA AACSB International Tennessee Small Business Development Center at ETSU (TSBDC) East Tennessean Ballad Health #ACEs #resilienceinformed #BalladHealth #StrongBRAINInstitute #evidencebased #organizationalchange #resilience #mgmtmktg #cbat #etsu #bucstrong #gobucs