East Tennessee State University congratulates the alumni, faculty and students of Bluegrass, Old Time and Country Music Studies who received 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) awards.
“Kayumanggi: Post-Colonial Filipinx,” a group exhibition featuring Filipina/o and Filipinx-American artists, will be on display at Tipton Gallery in downtown Johnson City until Oct. 26.
The Kingsport Alliance for Continued Learning (KACL) has announced its lineup of classes and activities being offered this fall through a partnership with East Tennessee State University at Kingsport.
The East Tennessee State University campus community gathered Friday evening for its annual Homecoming Parade. This year’s theme was “One Giant Leap for Buc Pride.”
On Wednesday, the Johnson City Press emailed Barnes, who talked about his experiences, interests and the challenges faced by students today.
ELIZABETHTON — Scotty Bunton Field at Hampton High School may be getting lights in the near future.
ELIZABETHTON — Something as simple as water has played and continues to play an important role in the life of the students of Little Milligan Elementary School. That is one of the reason the installation of a water bottle refilling station at the
Oct 4, 2018 at 8:32 PM
On Wednesday during the Department of Women’s Studies’ ‘Women on Wednesday” series, ETSU music professor Dr. Alison Deadman and psychology professor Dr. Stacey Williams talked about the goals of today’s ETSU Safe Zone in a Reece Museum lecture and discussion titled, “ Is ETSU in the Zone?”
A plan for the future Jonesborough K-8 school is moving past the Washington County Board of Education after members passed “Scheme 6” near the end of a four-hour meeting Tuesday night.
After almost five months without a director of schools, the Washington County Board of Education is one step closer to having a director at the helm.
ELIZBETHTON — Elizabethton High School’s two-year-old Batleby program has led the XQ Institute to award the school a $2.3 million grant. That award places Elizabethton on the same level as the 17 other XQ SuperSchools across the nation. The grant
Oct 2, 2018 at 9:15 PM
ELIZABETHTON — Like a science fiction technological thriller, the Warrior robots nearly conquered the world last year and now they are back, and they have spread.
At Tuesday’s East Tennessee State University State of the University Address, ETSU President Brian Noland discussed enrollment, budgets and some of the challenges faced by the university going deeper into the 2018-19 school year.
The Tennessee Department of Education released data Monday showing the state’s public high school graduation rates during the 2017-18 year.
Johnson City school building projects are going according to plan, according to building projects manager Randy Trivett, who addressed the Board of Education on Monday.