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SGA campaign marred by removed signs

The ETSU Student Government Association Election Commission has ruled that evidence connecting a ticket with two students who removed the opposing ticket’s signs is inconclusive. 

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DZT ticket elected

The ETSU Student Government Association president, vice president, secretary/treasurer and senators for the 2014-15 academic year were elected Tuesday and Wednesday. 

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Senate votes down change to cabinet

The ETSU Student Government Association Senate voted down Tuesday a piece of legislation that would have restructured the responsibilities of cabinet members. 

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WETS spring fundraiser in progress

When WETS-FM (89.5 MHz) went on the air 40 years ago, the radio station operated from a slightly renovated old house, had a staff of five, and broadcast for only 12 hours each day. The closest thing to locally-generated content was local hosts playing classical music from vinyl LPs.

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Baseball

Bucs strive to carry winning ways to Florida

Coming off a perfect 4-0 homestand, the ETSU baseball team now looks to carry its winning ways on the road as the Bucs open a three-game conference set Thursday night at Jacksonville’s John Sessions Stadium.

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Legal testosterone boosters building better athletes

Although steroids and human growth hormones are against the rules in professional athletics. The NCAA and the next level are using testosterone boosters and other means to build muscle before and after they go to the gym. 

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Softball

Bucs softball pitcher prepares for final moments of the season

This is Katelin Wolff’s last year here at ETSU. Originally from Texas, this 22-year-old senior will be graduating in May with a degree in marketing and has had a spectacular career as the ETSU softball team’s pitcher.

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Burmit, Merino named A-sun tennis scholar-athletes of the year

The ETSU tennis program continued its rich tradition of academic excellence Tuesday, as the Buccaneers placed a league-best seven players on the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference Team, including Scholar Athletes of the Year, Ismael Merino and Jessica Brumit.

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Yllera honored as Atlantic Sun player of the Week

After putting the finishing touches on an unbeaten conference campaign, ETSU sophomore Sebastian Yllera has been named Atlantic Sun Men’s Tennis Co-Player of the Week along with North Florida’s Yannick Zuern.

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Ticket info released for ETSU-UT game

The ETSU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics released ticket information for next Tuesday’s (April 22) ETSU-Tennessee baseball game at Thomas Stadium. Game time is set for 7:05 p.m. 

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Chin medals as women earn second straight A-Sun title

For the second year in a row and for the third time in seven seasons, the ETSU women’s golf team has earned the top spot in the Atlantic Sun Conference.

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Bobby Horton

Campus, community enjoy Civil War songs, stories

Bobby Horton, a native of Birmingham, Ala., was exposed to both music and history from a young age. As a child, he watched in awe as family members played instruments.

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Photographer to lecture, critique

Visiting artist Lucas Foglia, a renowned photographer, will be on campus at the end of this week critiquing students’ work and giving a lecture. 

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Share a sweet holiday without the sugar

With Easter just days away, it is time for those who celebrate to make preparations, especially for one of the most beloved traditions this time of year: the Easter basket. 

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Moscow Festival Ballet will perform

The Moscow Festival Ballet was founded in 1989 when legendary principal dancer of the Bolshoi Ballet, Sergei Radchenko, sought to realize his vision of a company which would bring together the highest classical elements of the great Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet companies in an independent new company within the framework of Russian classic ballet.

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Student Honor Show

ETSU presents annual ‘Student Honor Show 2014’

Undergraduate art and design students are able to celebrate their creativity and excellence of work in the annual Student Honor Show. 

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SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY

Won’t somebody please think of children’s psychological development?

Do you always look at the potential results of your actions before doing something? For now, just think in broad terms to formulate your answer.

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Honors Convocation pays respect, inspires

This past Tuesday, there was something quite amazing taking place in the Culp Center Auditorium at East Tennessee State University: There were students from all walks of life involved a ceremony to honor their hard work and achievements one month before their graduations. 

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