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crazy horse

Nashville, TN

#1 May 24, 2011
whats up with david?he fired longtime employees at tusculum college so he can use inmates to work for free.does alumni know about this.
TC fan

Johnson City, TN

#2 May 24, 2011
I heard there have been several long time dedicated employees that have recently left TC. What's going on?

Nashville, TN

#3 May 24, 2011
he fired them to make room for his friends from public works dept.

Nashville, TN

#4 May 26, 2011
u mean they have inmates working around the students

Wilmington, NC

#5 May 26, 2011
most of the students are future inmates,them selves bitch

United States

#6 May 26, 2011
Is he still having the affair with a. Married woman still?

United States

#7 May 26, 2011
Is this the one that lives in chuckey?

Franklin, TN

#8 May 26, 2011
1784 Samuel Doak establishes Martin's Academy (renamed Washington College Academy in 1795).[5]
1794 Greeneville College is chartered by the General Assembly of the Territory South of the River Ohio and established by Hezekiah Balch.[6]
1808 Hugh Brown receives first academic degree from Tusculum's predecessor, Greeneville College.
1816 Samuel Witherspoon Doak (son of Samuel Doak) founds Tusculum Academy, which operates in a log cabin adjacent to the present site of Tusculum College.[7]
1844 Tusculum Academy renamed Tusculum College.[8] Andrew Johnson, who later becomes the 17th President of the United States, is one of its trustees. Johnson often walked the five miles (8 km) to and from Greeneville to participate in the debating activities at Tusculum.[9]
1860s During the Civil War, college buildings serve as barracks for soldiers.
1868 Greeneville College and Tusculum College merge to become Greeneville & Tusculum College.
1878 First female students admitted to Greeneville & Tusculum College. By the turn of the 20th century, more than half of its students are women.
1878 Student editor/printer Landon C. Haynes publishes first student newspaper, The Record, which later becomes The Pioneer; now known as The Pioneer Frontier.
1908 Merger of Washington College Academy and Tusculum College.
1912 Washington College Academy breaks away from the current Tusculum College.
1913 McCormick Day (AKA “Nettie Day”) established, a day of service on campus and the local community. Through the philanthropy of Nettie Fowler McCormick — widow of Cyrus Hall McCormick, the inventor of a notable mechanized reaper — five major buildings are added on campus.[10]
1917 First yearbook published, known as both Tusculana and Opus.
1927 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) formally accredits Tusculum for the first time.
1950s Lantern festival begins, honoring graduating seniors and soon-to-be seniors.
1984 Graduate and Professional Studies Program begins, extending learning opportunities to adult students. Originally titled Tusculum Adult Leaders Learning (TALL), the program opens satellite campuses locations throughout East Tennessee.
1991 Civic Arts core program begins.
1991 Focused (block) calendar adopted.

Franklin, TN

#9 May 26, 2011
There are three simple steps to follow.
The camera is simple to use.
Don't go into too much detail in the report. Just keep it simple and to the point.
The melody is very simple.
I'm a simple farmer just trying to make a living.
He enjoys the simple pleasure of spending time with his wife and kids after work.
Relaxing on the beach and watching the sunset is one of life's simple pleasures.

Origin of SIMPLE

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin simplus, alteration of Latin simplic-, simplex single, having one ingredient, plain, from sem-, sim- one +-plic-,-plex -fold — more at same,-fold
First Known Use: 13th century

Franklin, TN

#10 May 26, 2011
nonym Discussion of SIMPLE

simple, foolish, silly, fatuous, asinine mean actually or apparently deficient in intelligence. simple implies a degree of intelligence inadequate to cope with anything complex or involving mental effort <considered people simple who had trouble with computers>. foolish implies the character of being or seeming unable to use judgment, discretion, or good sense <foolish stunts>. silly suggests failure to act as a rational being especially by ridiculous behavior <the silly antics of revelers>. fatuous implies foolishness, inanity, and disregard of reality <fatuous conspiracy theories>. asinine suggests utter and contemptible failure to use normal rationality or perception <an asinine plot>.

Franklin, TN

#11 May 26, 2011

Definition of SIMPLE


a: a person of humble birth : commoner <thought very little of anybody, simples or gentry — Virginia Woolf> b (1): a rude or credulous person : ignoramus (2): a mentally retarded person


a: a medicinal plant b: a vegetable drug having only one ingredient


: one component of a complex; specifically: an unanalyzable constituent

First Known Use of SIMPLE

14th century

Franklin, TN

#12 May 26, 2011
UPDATE: Greene Valley layoff effective June 30 Greene Valley Developmental Center started notifying about twenty percent of its employees this week that they will lose their jobs effective June 30, State Representative David Hawk told 11Connects

Franklin, TN

#13 May 26, 2011
he Greeneville Water Commission and the Chuckey Utility District board of directors failed to agree on a contract in a joint workshop held Tuesday afternoon.

The main sticking point for the past several months has been the fact that Greeneville wants Chuckey to sign a 20-year contract, but Chuckey wants a shorter term in the event that it builds its own water treatment plant in several years.

During the 45-minute session, John Carter, president of the Chuckey board, said his board needs to decide if it wants to go ahead and build a plant or sign a 20-year contract in the near future.

Franklin, TN

#14 May 26, 2011
I think i did

Franklin, TN

#15 May 26, 2011
yes I did

Franklin, TN

#16 May 26, 2011
Next please

Franklin, TN

#17 May 26, 2011
You may be tempted to spend too much or otherwise overindulge today. Exert self-control, even if all your friends are going hog-wild. This evening is fine for socializing, but don't be surprised if you find yourself in a potentially sticky social situation.

Clover, SC

#18 May 27, 2011
This is what hard work and dedication get you in Greeneville. Sick jealous people !! Martin is a good man husband and father. Leave him be. You hear me.
TC fan

Johnson City, TN

#19 May 27, 2011
I understand Mr. Martin is doing a good job, but why are many long time employees leaving the college?

United States

#20 May 27, 2011
They are leaving because they are being made to actually work for there money. They liked it better when they could goof off all day and still draw a pay check. Mr. Martin is cleaning up another mess just like he did in town. Scott Niswonger and Dr. Moody knew what they were doing when they got him.

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