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ETBU students interact with WECC children

November 1, 2018

ETBU Kinesiology students treat community children to a Field Day

East Texas Baptist University’s Kinesiology Department hosted its 11th annual Field Day for Washington Early Childhood Center (WECC) on Wednesday, October 31 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Keys Gym on campus. ETBU Kinesiology students interacted with over 280 three and four year-olds from the center, allowing them to enjoy a variety of physical activities including parachute play, tricycle riding, and obstacle courses.

ETBU 2018 Homecoming Court: The court included Freshman Duke and Duchess, Josh Reed and Abigail Bath; Sophomore Duke and Duchess, Dave Hendrix and Emily Jones; Junior Duke and Duchess, Landin Brown and Morgan Arst; Senior Duke and Duchess, Zach Pollard and Gloria Ambrose; and King and Queen, seniors Collin Perkins and Caroline Lowe.

October 29, 2018

ETBU celebrates what it means to be “Tigers Forever” at 2018 Homecoming

East Texas Baptist University invited alumni from the College of Marshall (COM), East Texas Baptist College (ETBC), and East Texas Baptist University (ETBU) back to the Hill to celebrate past and present traditions during Homecoming weekend on Friday, October 26 through Saturday, October 27.

ETBU hosts the 2018 PTK Texas Region Leadership Conference

October 19, 2018

ETBU hosts the 2018 PTK Texas Region Leadership Conference

East Texas Baptist University hosted the 2018 Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society (PTK) Texas Region Leadership Conference on Friday, October 12 through Sunday, October 14. PTK is an international honors society of two-year colleges and academic programs. The organization seeks to acknowledge the academic achievements of students and provide growth opportunities both personally and professionally. Annually, each PTK region holds affordable and accessible conventions to allow chapters to network in their areas.

ETBU students play games with MISD families

October 12, 2018

ETBU serves Marshall community through Fall Festivals

East Texas Baptist University’s Learning and Leading classes hosted Fall Festivals for four of Marshall ISD’s elementary schools including David Crockett Elementary, Sam Houston Elementary, William B. Travis Elementary, and Price T. Young Elementary on Monday, October 8 to serve almost a thousand elementary students and their families.