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Low Lake Levels Bring Closure to Missing Persons Cases

Sheriff Butch Anderson announced the closure of a second missing persons case this morning when he revealed the identity of the driver of the Ford F150 pickup discovered three weeks ago in Lake Greystone. The victim, still buckled in, has been positively identified as ETU 20-year-old student Lashay White. White was reported missing by her […]

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Beat the Heat: Old Swimming Hole

With highs near 100 for several days in a row, students at ETU have gotten lots of practice at staying cool. While the natatorium (indoor pool) offers climate-controlled relief from the blazing sun, many students prefer a spot with more character. While one can find several swimming spots within a short drive of ETU, the […]

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Heat Advisory

With temperatures projected to hover at 99 degrees Fahrenheit for at least the next ten days, students are reminded to exercise caution when spending time outdoors. The heat-related death of Justine Calloway is a sad reminder of summer danger. Calloway’s desiccated corpse was found in the driver’s seat of her 2001 Honda Accord on Sunday morning in […]

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Identity Theft Ring Broken

Campus police announced the successful arrest of five individuals involved in a sophisticated identity theft ring at ETU. Jerome Johnson, a Computer Science grad student working in cryptography, has been named as the ringleader. According to campus investigators, Johnson recruited student workers in the Registrar’s office to look up student records and copy personal information. […]

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Greek Talent Show Applications Climbing

ETU’s annual sorority and fraternity talent show continues to receive a record-breaking number of applications for the fourth year in a row. The application deadline to participate in next month’s show was last Friday, and the Campus Life office reports 74 entries in this year’s competition. This is up from 65 entries last year. “I’ve always […]

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Memorial Disrupted

A prankster disrupted Wednesday’s candle-light vigil for Roy Stillwater, the ETU sophomore who died a year ago after re-entering a burning apartment to rescue a roommate overcome by smoke. Last night’s memorial drew a crowd of more than 50 students outside the Student Union, and Stillwater’s parents were on hand to help light the candles of those in […]

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