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Hawk-Mobile Closed By Health Department

“The Hawk-Mobile” has become a campus fixture, but last Friday the owner of everyone’s favorite little beverage cart was told he could no longer operate on campus–or anywhere. According to Health Department officials, Talbot Hawkins has been selling his frozen fruit juice concoctions on campus for nearly a decade without a license. “Hawk’s” cart could […]

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Cooper Named Geology Department Head

Among other weekly announcements from the President’s Office yesterday, Dr. Hewlitt Cooper was named as the new department head of the Geology Department. Dr. Cooper has been Acting Department Head since late last Fall when Dr. Layne Johnson took a sabbatical. “Dr. Cooper has led the Geology department ably over the last year and a […]

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Aircraft Wreckage Identified

A spokesman for the US Air Force has identified wreckage discovered over the weekend as belonging to the space shuttle Columbia. ETU sophomores Kyle Morgan and DeQuina Johnson caused a small flurry of excitement over the weekend when they discovered large sections of wreckage while hiking in the Big Thicket. Although the students originally reported that […]

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Reminder: Drought Makes Animals Desperate

Campus police are reminding students this week to avoid wild animals that may wander onto campus. This on the heels of a freak alligator attack outside the Lady Athlete’s Dorm. Simone Hawthorn was sent on a Life-flight helicopter ride to Houston’s Medical Center after a she was found unconscious, bleeding profusely, and missing her left […]

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Texas Heat Takes its Toll

Temperatures reached 100 degrees in Pinebox this past weekend, driving students in search of water recreation. ETU students were in two separate water accidents. The first occurred at Lake Greystone. Junior Accounting major Tiffany Taylor was water-skiing when a ski hit one of the numerous tree stumps lurking just under the water, leftover from when […]

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Registrastion Deadline for Summer II Approaching

The registration deadline for the second Summer semester is Friday, June 26. Students are allowed to take up to two classes per session, and the summer is divided into two sessions. The first summer session is well under way, but Summer II starts on Monday, July 6. Summer sessions at ETU are a popular way for students […]

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