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    University announces Winter Commencement Plans

    Carson-Newman University announces time for its Winter Commencement. The December 9 graduation begins at 10 a.m. The event will be held at the Sevierville Convention Center in Sevierville, Tennessee. The […]

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    Four East TN counties benefit from Carson-Newman “servant-leaders”

    Classrooms were empty on Carson-Newman’s campus Wednesday – but it was not a holiday. On Sept. 28, more than 550 members of the Carson-Newman community took part in the University’s […]

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    A healthy dose of ambition: one alum’s pursuit to help others

    Kelsey Griffith developed clear career ambitions long before she could drive. The desire of helping others was a natural draw for the 2020 Carson-Newman University alumna. It was her involvement […]

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    Knoxville’s WBIR-10 visits campus

    WBIR-10, Knoxville’s NBC affiliate, broadcast their Live at Five at Four program from Carson-Newman University’s campus on Wednesday, Sept. 21. The program highlighted the University as well as Jefferson County […]

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    Appalachian Cultural Center hosts two October events

    Carson-Newman University’s Appalachian Cultural Center features two events this October. Both are free and open to the public. On Monday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m., Dr. Susan O’Dell Underwood will […]

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    Alumnus’ work grabs the spotlight at Carolina film contest

    Award-winning film maker Daniel Hamby drew quite a bit of attention at the Made in Carolinas 2022: Very Superstitious Contest on Sept. 13. The 2013 C-N alumnus earned multiple awards […]

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    Spiritual walk leads Eagles to cool Mossy Creek currents

    In a scene not commonly witnessed on a college campus, members of Carson-Newman University’s football team gathered after last Thursday’s practice along the banks of Mossy Creek. The assembly took […]

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    C-N hosts East TN Evangelism Rally

    Carson-Newman University invites the public to the 2022 East TN Evangelism Rally, Sunday, Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. The event is free and will be held in Holt Fieldhouse located […]

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    Appalachian Cultural Center to host gallery talk with artist Jody Bradley

    Carson-Newman’s Appalachian Cultural Center presents an afternoon gallery talk with artist Jody Bradley on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 4 p.m. The event, “And Still, We Dance: A Story of Cherokee […]

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    President Fowler speaks to “Church Focused” during Convocation

    Carson-Newman University held its Fall Convocation on Aug. 23 in Holt Fieldhouse. The annual ceremony celebrated the senior class and served as a faith-filled marker for the start of the […]

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    Connor honored with 2022 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award

    Dr. Lisa A. Connor is Carson-Newman University’s 2022 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award recipient. The announcement came during C-N’s Fall Convocation on Aug 23. Connor is an assistant professor in […]

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    Beach volleyball earns Director’s Cup during Eagle Scholars Ceremony

    Carson-Newman’s beach volleyball team brought home the Director’s Cup at the 10th annual Eagle Scholars Ceremony Tuesday evening at Holt Fieldhouse. The Director’s Cup is presented to the top academic […]

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    Far from Home, Close to Hope

    Points along Dr. Vova Gorbenko’s journey to Jefferson City, Tennessee, are marked with air raid sirens, explosions, bitter temperatures and a 20-hour drive under the cover of night. The details […]

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    University announces first exhibition in Michael Alvis Art Gallery

    Carson-Newman University’s Art Department announces the opening of the first art exhibition in the newly renovated Michael Alvis Art Gallery. The featured solo exhibition by Alvis, opens with a reception […]

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    For Mann family, C-N is the road most traveled, has made all the difference

    Carson-Newman faculty and staff often tout the school’s campus community. As a Christ-centered, liberal arts-based university, the familial feel is a C-N hallmark. Students are known by name and are […]

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    Walk with a purpose: tradition welcomes new students into C-N community

    It’s a Carson-Newman University tradition that can be measured in some 450 steps. Less than a quarter of a mile. But what takes place within a six-minute walk, is remembered […]

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    Enlivened campus coffeehouse offers blends of new decor, robust menu and local partnership

    Something’s brewing on Carson-Newman’s campus, and it’s just in time for the fall semester and returning students. The University held a ribbon cutting on Friday, Aug. 12, unveiling its newly […]

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    Fortune names C-N online nursing program one of nation’s best

    Carson-Newman University kicked off the new academic year with exciting news from Fortune Media Group. Fortune names Carson-Newman as having one of the nation’s best online nursing programs. Carson-Newman ranked […]

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    University honors faculty, staff with service awards

    During its annual President’s Welcome and Worship Service, Carson-Newman University celebrated 23 members of its faculty and staff with service awards. President Charles A. Fowler (front row, left) congratulated those […]

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    President Fowler announces C-N transitions

    As the fall semester begins on Carson-Newman’s campus, President Charles A. Fowler announced transitions within the University. The transitional plan positions the University for success in carrying out its mission. […]

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    From Blackhawks to the White House, alumna traces her journey back to campus

    Before Katie (Morris) Slingerland flew Blackhawk helicopters, before she worked at the White House, and long before she became battalion commander for 1st Battalion, 145th Aviation Regiment at Fort Rucker […]

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    C-N alumni help bring “12 Angry Jurors” to life on the stage

    A local  theater production inspired by the award-winning “12 Angry Men” teleplay and feature film brings the talents of three C-N alumni together. Presented by Jefferson City’s Legacy Theatre, “12 […]

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    Super Bowl success still motivates Carson-Newman alum as NFL training camps open

    As NFL training camps open for business, one particular Carson-Newman alum is ready to get to work, easily motivated by the previous season. Zach Witherspoon can describe the way it […]

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    C-N dean tapped to serve on national association board

    Carson-Newman University’s Dr. Heather Whaley is named to the American Associations of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) Board of Directors. Whaley, who serves as dean of C-N’s School of Business […]

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    Eagle Anglers land successful weekend with 4th annual youth camp

    Carson-Newman University’s nationally ranked Eagle Anglers hosted its fourth annual Youth Angler Academy over the weekend. The event, which gives high school and middle school age anglers the chance for hands-on instruction […]

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    Caradine chosen for exclusive New Bridge program

    An exclusive study program, New Bridge, is opening an exciting door for Carson-Newman University’s Ashley Caradine this month. Caradine, who serves as C-N’s director of Multicultural Services, will be one […]

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    Major Young comes home

    Major promotable Frances R. Young, a 2007 alumna, to serve as ROTC professor of military science at the University

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    With eyes on the future, Carson-Newman celebrates new nursing building progress

    A lot can happen in a year. This week, Carson-Newman University marks one year since community leaders, faculty, staff, trustees and friends gathered for the groundbreaking of the Drama and […]

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    Statement from President Charles A. Fowler

    Statement from Carson-Newman University President Charles A. Fowler on recent disparaging comments about Tennessee Teachers and Education Programs: “We’re proud of our university’s rich history and tradition of educating Tennessee’s […]

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    Former Eagles All-American competes on America’s Got Talent

    America’s Got Talent, and so does Carson-Newman alumnus and former Philadelphia Eagles fullback Leonard “Bishop” Weaver. Weaver is one of a 12-person vocal group that wowed the judges of the NBC […]

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    Summer makeover: Butler Hall project focuses on improving C-N’s welcome center

    Summer projects are helping Carson-Newman’s Bertie Maples Butler Hall look her best for when students return to campus this fall. Built in 1953 with additional space added over the years, […]

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    “Mr. C-N” found a home at Mossy Creek, a lifetime of friendships

    At Carson-Newman University, Trayzel “Tray” Jureidini-Wyche is known for a lot of things – being one dimensional is not one of them. A two-sport student-athlete, resident assistant (RA), student director […]

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    Soaring to new heights: C-N announces partnership with American Eagle Foundation

    Carson-Newman University is pleased to announce a partnership with the American Eagle Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in Sevierville, Tennessee. The relationship will provide new educational opportunities for C-N students, […]

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    Ten announce retirements from Carson-Newman this spring

    Ten Carson-Newman faculty and staff members announced retirements this spring. The group represents a staggering 273 years of combined service to the University. Those retiring are: Mark Brock, professor of […]

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    Alum pens new Appalachian Trail Guidebook

    It came as no surprise to some of Amber Adams Niven’s former classmates that she had authored a guidebook on the Appalachian Trail. The 2011 alumna could often be found […]

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    Celebrated Eagles running back Kenneth Tyson inducted into SAC Hall of Fame

    Celebrated Carson-Newman running back Kenneth Tyson was inducted into the South Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame June 2 during the league’s annual hall of fame banquet at the Hyatt Regency […]

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    University celebrates first-generation students, establishes Tri-Alpha honor society

    The formation of a new honor society at Carson-Newman University celebrates the accomplishments of first-generation college students. Alpha Alpha Alpha (or Tri-Alpha) is recognized at the University thanks to the […]

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    C-N Spotlight: Dr. Byron Booker

    C-N Spotlight features members of the Carson-Newman community in their own words. Any edits are made for the sake of clarity and style consistency. Dr. Byron A. BookerAssistant Professor of […]

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    Graduating in style: New alum looks to impact fashion industry

    Noelle White’s passion for fashion is easily traced to her ability to incorporate good design with a flare of creativity. This mix led the spring 2022 Carson-Newman graduate to become […]

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    Carson-Newman University recognizes those making Dean’s List for spring semester

    At the end of each fall and spring term, the Office of Academic Affairs produces the Dean’s List. Those who earn a 3.5 or higher GPA (on a 4.0 scale) […]

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    Carson-Newman celebrates class of 2022, reminds graduates “you are a child of God”

    Recognizing the culmination of academic achievements, Carson-Newman University’s spring commencement 2022 celebrated 565 undergraduate and graduate students across three ceremonies representing 26 states, 15 countries, earning 14 degrees in nearly […]

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    New College of Professional Studies Site Now Live; Accepting Applications

    Carson-Newman University’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) is now taking applications from interested students for its inaugural class, slated to start in August 2022. Applicants can find all the information […]

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    Celebrating “exceptional and meritorious service,” Carson-Newman announces Robert Reedy Bryan Society

    Five retirees of Carson-Newman University are inaugural members of the Robert Reedy Bryan Society. The recognition took place during C-N’s May 6 Spring Undergraduate Commencement featuring 303 graduates. Those honored […]

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    Faculty honored with professor emeritus title

    Carson-Newman University honors four retired faculty members with the title of professor emeritus. The group was recognized during the University’s annual Honors Convocation on April 21. Those honored are Drs. […]

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    Carson-Newman presents highest awards to faculty, staff during 2022 Honors Convocation

    Carson-Newman University presented the institution’s most prestigious faculty and staff recognitions during its 53rd annual Honors Convocation. Those honored were Dr. Christine Dalton, Teresa Dailey, Robert Key and Dr. Nathan West. […]

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    Castañon and West named 2022 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award recipients

    Carson-Newman University announced that Rita Castañon and Jesse West are recipients of the 2022 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award. The recognition is the highest honor the University presents to students. “On […]

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    Carson-Newman presents students with Ministry and Missions Cords

    Carson-Newman University’s Campus Ministries awarded special recognition to seniors who have demonstrated exemplary service to ministry and missions during a cording ceremony April 7. The Ministry and Missions Cords were […]

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    Carson-Newman recognized for innovative pathways for transfer students

    Carson-Newman University’s efforts to ease the transition for transfer students earned honor roll status from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. The PTK Transfer Honor Roll recognized Carson-Newman as among the […]

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    Students capture academic glory in Alpha Chi National Convention competition

    Carson-Newman undergrads are celebrating academic achievement after returning to campus with a host of accolades following the annual convention of Alpha Chi, the national college honor society in Austin, Texas. […]

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    C-N music professor earns leadership award from national organization

    Dr. Joshua Zink, an assistant professor of music at Carson-Newman University, is among seven teachers receiving the 2022 Emerging Leaders Award. The honor is given by The National Association of […]

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    Alumni Spotlight: Hannah Seaver

    Very few college graduates complete their journey the same way they might have envisioned it as a bright-eyed first year student. Carson-Newman alumna Hannah Seaver is one of those. She made the […]

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    Carson-Newman reschedules Homecoming 2022 for Nov. 5

    Growth in the South Atlantic Conference prompts C-N leadership to slide its homecoming festivities back one week. The annual event moves from its Oct. 29 slot to the next Saturday, Nov. […]

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    Eagle Anglers claim victory in 2022 Strike King Bassmaster College Classic

    By B.A.S.S. Communications ANDERSON, S.C. — Ben Cully and Hayden Gaddis of Carson-Newman University committed to the shallow game and caught a five-bass limit of 18 pounds, 6 ounces to […]

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    Carson-Newman, North American Mission Board, give students opportunity to serve over Spring Break

    Many Carson-Newman students are forgoing a typical “Spring Break trip,” and instead take part in the University’s timeless tradition of volunteering for mission trips during their break. This year, Carson-Newman’s […]

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    Alum’s love for C-N helps others soar in vibrant fashion

    The arrival of an art installation on Carson-Newman University’s campus last fall generated instant fanfare, and its popularity continues to grow. The visual experience was made possible by 2012 alumnus […]

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    University adding MDiv degree to offerings

    Carson-Newman University’s School of Biblical and Theological Studies expands its degree options in August of 2022 with the addition of a Master of Divinity degree (MDiv). This comes pending approval […]

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    Carson-Newman renames “School of Religion”

    More clearly representing the various opportunities within the field, Carson-Newman University is changing the name of its “School of Religion” to the “School of Biblical and Theological Studies.” According to […]

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    University announces formation of College of Professional Studies

    Carson-Newman University launches a College of Professional Studies (CPS) this fall following approval by C-N’s Board of Trustees Jan. 28, 2022. The addition, according to Carson-Newman Provost Jeremy Buckner, allows […]

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    Rescheduled March 1 event to explore “The role of the Black church”

    The University hosts Dr. Ternae Jordan, Sr., pastor of ChattanoogaÕs Mt. Canaan Baptist Church, on March 1 at Jefferson CityÕs First Baptist Church.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center events celebrate Hispanic and Latin cultures

    Appalachian Cultural Center welcomes artist Michael Giles and author R.E. Toledo to campus.

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    Amazon Prime launches Carson-Newman University feature

    Carson-Newman University is now featured on Amazon Prime. Inclusion on the platform comes with the launch of Season 3 of The College Tour.

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    Knoxville’s WBIR-10 talks with members of C-N’s Nursing Department post fire

    The department is grateful for those who reached out with help in the days following the Pedersen Nursing Building fire.

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    Onward and Upward: Drama and Ted Russell Center project takes shape

    After months of anticipation, steel began reaching skyward at the Drama and Ted Russell Center construction site.

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    Three C-N profs showcase artwork during February

    Artwork from three Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Art Department faculty will be on display in Knoxville, Cleveland and Fredrick, Maryland, through the end of the month.

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    Alumni Spotlight: Major General Michael Roache

    Carson-Newman alumnus Major General Michael Roache was appointed chief of staff for the U.S. Army Reserve Command.

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    Carson-Newman online education program ranked No. 2 in Tennessee

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs online graduate education program is the No. 2 in the state according to U.S. News & World Report.

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    Daily Corinthian: Corinth native leads Tennessee Christian university

    Corinth, Mississippi, newspaper features President Charles A. Fowler, Corinth native son

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    A Work Celebrated: Art student has work selected for Sarasota exhibit

    A fall art project by Carson-Newman University senior Gracie Cliff, of Morristown, has moved from classroom critique to billboard prominence.

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    Ken Sparks documentary sells out theatrical premier night

    Knoxville's WBIR-10 covers the event.

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    Commemorative ring honoring legendary C-N football coach Ken Sparks available to Eagles fans

    Fans and friends of legendary Carson-Newman football coach, Ken Sparks, have a unique opportunity to show their Eagles spirit and benefit C-N students.

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    Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Kim Hawkins, School of Education and Counseling

    A Q&A with Dr. Kim Hawkins, dean, School of Education and Counseling & associate professor of education

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    Sparks – The Ken Sparks Story to debut in theaters Jan. 7

    ÒSparks Ð The Ken Sparks StoryÓ is set for a theatrical release starting Jan. 7 in select theaters. "Sparks: The Ken Sparks Story" was directed by former Carson-Newman quarterback and alumnus Jeff Joslin.

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    Four announce retirement from Carson-Newman this fall

    Four members of Carson-Newman's faculty and staff announced retirements in 2021. The group marks 103 years of total service to the University.

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    University holds Winter Commencement, celebrates 200 graduates

    Carson-Newman University held its Winter Commencement on Friday, Dec. 10. Some 200 graduates walked the stage at the Sevierville Convention Center during the ceremony.

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    Carson-Newman ministry changes name, but not mission

    Carson-Newman University announced a rebranding and new name for a key campus outreach ministry. After 37 years, Appalachian Outreach is now Appalachian Ministries of the Smokies (AMOS).

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    Carson-Newman University featured in new TV series

    The College Tour episode is running on Roku and Apple TV, Amazon Prime to come

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    Carson-Newman honors Long Hollow Pastor with inaugural Ken Sparks Award

    Carson-Newman University presented Long Hollow Church Senior Pastor Robby Gallaty with the inaugural Ken Sparks Award during its Alumni and Friends Dinner November 16 at Brentwood Baptist Church.

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    Carson-Newman welcomes ACA President, ’81 alumna to address graduates at Winter Commencement

    Carson-Newman University will hold its Winter Commencement ceremony on Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. in the Sevierville Convention Center.

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    University honors alumni and friends during Alumni Awards Ceremony

    Carson-Newman University honored 13 individuals during its Alumni Awards Ceremony. The event was held during C-N's Homecoming week.

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    University to unveil creekside Randall and Kay O’Brien Amphitheater with ribbon cutting ceremony

    Carson-Newman University will hold a Oct. 30 ribbon cutting ceremony for the Randall and Kay O'Brien Amphitheater.

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    Carson-Newman honors Dr. Mary Brandes with university medallion

    Carson-Newman University honors 1971 alumna Dr. Mary Tibbetts Brandes with the 2021 Founders' Day Medallion on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary of Jefferson City's First Baptist Church.

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    Mossy Creek provides setting as C-N football players profess faith in Christ

    On Sept. 29, Mossy Creek became the scene of a life-changing event for 11 members of the Eagles football team.

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    Alumnus Dr. Ted Russell named to TICUA Hall of Fame

    Knoxville's Dr. Ted Russell was named to The Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association (TICUA) Hall of Fame.

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    Nursing professor and simulation coordinator receives “Sim Star” award

    Carson-Newman University Assistant Professor of Nursing Beau Christian has received an award from PocketNurse.com as the first 'Sim Star' since the Covid-19 pandemic began.

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    C-N’s Center for Community Engagement to be focus of Women of Vision Homecoming showcase

    C-N's Women of Vision organization will showcase the renovation of new space within C-NÕs Center for Community Engagement as part of the UniversityÕs homecoming activities

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    Carson-Newman Trustee Addresses Covid Vaccine

    Dr. Hong I. Tjoa, a member of C-N's Board of Trustees, sheds light on an important topic.

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    Homecoming Music Sampler marks return to treasured traditions for Carson-Newman

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs 2021 Homecoming Music Sampler will connect musicians past and present in performance Saturday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m.

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    Carson-Newman day of service allows students to minister across five counties

    More than 500 C-N students, faculty and staff showed love and support for their community by participating in outreach projects across five counties during the annual Operation Inasmuch day of service.

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    Women of Vision to showcase press box renovation during Homecoming week

    Carson-Newman's Women of Vision will showcase their work to upgrade the football press box at Burke-Tarr Stadium Saturday, Oct. 30

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    Gardner found a home at Carson-Newman

    Minor league pitcher reached the Double-A level this year with the Pirates

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    Henrietta Jenkins Memorial Poetry Reading to feature Kimberly L. Becker

    Carson-Newman will host celebrated poet and author Kimberly L. Becker for its 12th Annual Henrietta Jenkins Memorial Poetry Reading Friday, Oct. 29 during Homecoming week.

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    Carson-Newman to host student, faculty galleries for Homecoming

    Students and faculty within the Carson-Newman University Art Department will host a series of open exhibitions for Homecoming on Oct. 30.

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    Princeton Review names Carson-Newman one of “Best Regional Colleges”

    Carson-Newman University is among a select number of colleges that Princeton Review has named "Best Regional Colleges" for 2022.

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    Carson-Newman, Jefferson County and Jefferson City leadership recognize September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    Leadership of Carson-Newman, Jefferson County and Jefferson City united in support of bringing awareness to the seriousness of suicide in Tennessee.

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    Ford named University’s 2021 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award recipient

    Carson-Newman University named Dr. Amanda Ford as its 2021 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award recipient during its Fall Convocation.

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    Carson-Newman welcomes new faculty

    Carson-Newman University has welcomed 14 new faculty members since January 2021.

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    University celebrates Eagle Scholars

    Carson-Newman's women's track team brought home the Director's Cup at the ninth annual Eagle Scholars Ceremony Tuesday evening at Holt Fieldhouse.

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    President Fowler speaks to C-N being “confessionally defined” during University’s Fall Convocation

    Carson-Newman President Charles A. Fowler addressed students, faculty and staff during the UniversityÕs Fall Convocation today. The annual ceremony celebrates the senior class and serves as a faith-filled marker to begin the academic year.

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    National honor society champions C-N professor for leadership

     

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    From Mossy Creek to the Ivy League

    Grudger parlayed an injury into position at Princeton

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    Drama and Ted Russell Center groundbreaking draws media coverage

    The groundbreaking of the University's future health sciences building, the Drama and Ted Russell Center, garnered coverage from area media.

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    Carson-Newman announces Akin for new position of vice president for Church Relations and Campus Ministries

    Dr. Jonathan Akin has been named Carson-Newman UniversityÕs vice president for Church Relations and Campus Ministries. Akin has previously served as director of Leadership Development for the North American Mission Board.

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    Groundbreaking for health sciences building sets stage for five-year plan

    On Friday, July 9, community leaders, faculty, staff, trustees and friends gathered on Carson-Newman's campus to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Drama and Ted Russell Center.

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    Carson-Newman announces transitions at executive level

    Carson-Newman University announced moves this week within its executive leadership that involved the retirement of Martha Chambers, vice president of Finance and Business and chief financial officer, and the addition of Kevin Triplett as its new vice pres

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    Carson-Newman anticipates in-person classes, increased activities during fall

    Carson-Newman University is announcing plans to continue with in-person classes and increased student activities in the fall semester.

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    C-N students receive top award, council position from honors society

    Carson-Newman University students in the Tennessee Delta Chapter of the Alpha Chi Honor Society won top scholarships and positions at this yearÕs National Convention, held virtually April 8-11.

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    Seniors recognized for living Gospel-shaped lives

    Campus Ministries awarded seniors who have demonstrated service to ministry and missions during an inaugural cording ceremony May 6.

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    International Mission Board’s President gives commencement address

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Spring Commencement ceremonies took place May 7 at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.

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    University announces retirement of faculty and staff

    More than 150 years of service received recognition as Carson-Newman honored faculty and staff retirees May 4.

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    Heartache led C-N student to find God’s purpose for her life

    As she prepares to graduate and head to Tahoe, Jada Smith prays that she can build stronger bonds with her students.

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    New academic programs, facilities improvements planned

    The Board of Trustees approved a strategic plan that also calls for expanded athletic offerings, renovated facilities and greater missional alignment.

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    TN Department of Health offers 1st COVID-19 vaccinations before semester end

    Students who are fully vaccinated will not be required to quarantine if exposed, according to the TDH.

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    Students collaborate with actors to make film on perseverance

    C-N students worked in collaboration with Backlight Productions to make the short film ÒOf Birds Who Try.Ó

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    Family and Consumer Sciences presents awards, scholarships

    The annual banquet celebration honored students, benefactors, faculty and alumni.

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    Carson-Newman to celebrate graduation at Gatlinburg Convention Center

    Dr. Paul Chitwood, president of the International Mission Board, will address students.

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    Students honored with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award

    Jessica Borchert and Miguel Flores are recipients of the highest honor the University presents to students.

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    University recognizes faculty, staff with high honors

    C-N honored Dr. Kara Stooksbury, Anita Newport, Mike Van Bruggen and Dr. April Dye.

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    KaTom CEO urges students to ‘cultivate greatness’

    Patricia Bible advised those attending TuesdayÕs Chapel service to follow God's plan.

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    Forensics team receives excellence awards at national tournament

    The team won two excellence awards during this yearÕs Pi Kappa Delta 2021 National Comprehensive Tournament.

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    Honor society recognizes C-N’s innovative pathways for transfer students

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs efforts to ease the transition for transfer students earned honor roll status from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

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    Graduate program surge brings record spring enrollment

    This semester is cause for celebration! A record spring enrollment brought 2,729 students to Mossy Creek.

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    Young named as University’s director of Campus Ministries

    Jeremiah Young will join the University effective March 15.

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    ‘Blessing of the Hands’ held for nursing students

    The event serves as a rite of passage to emphasize the importance of compassionate patient care at the very start of training.

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    2021 Homecoming to feature double the reunions

    With a hopeful spirit, Carson-Newman University is planning to celebrate Homecoming on Oct. 30.

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    WVLT-8 features couple enrolled in C-N’s online graduate education program

    Knoxville's WVLT-8 recently featured Heather and Matthew Mosley who are both currently going through C-N's online graduate education program.

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    Graduate student shares why service is easy to implement

    MBA student Don Naab is helping organize the 2022 Knoxville Medal of Honor Convention.

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    Eagle family sends messages of hope, love to inspire high school students

    C-N has begun a unique initiative to encourage and spiritually uplift high school students as they work through their college admission and selection process.

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    Carson-Newman online education program ranked No. 1 in Tennessee

    MBA program is highest-ranked among private schools in the state

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    C-N celebrates high school seniors’ inspirational efforts

    Many praiseworthy testimonies came from nominations for a weekend getaway in the Smokies.

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    Walker named VP for Student Services

    President Charles A. Fowler has announced his appointment of Gloria Walker as vice president for Student Services.

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    Enriching the world with ‘Truth, Beauty and Goodness’

    Carson-Newman graduates persevere to fulfill callings.

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    C-N awards WGHS senior with weekend in the Smokies

    C-N chose Kenton from among more than 100 nominations of high school seniors who have gone above and beyond during this difficult year.

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    Award-winning composer to receive inaugural Clark Award

    Alumna Mary McDonald has been chosen as the first recipient of the inaugural Paul B. Clark Church Music Ministry Award.

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    University offering a 3-night getaway to the Smokies

    Giveaway is for the family of a high school senior who overcame adversity and persevered during this difficult year.

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    Florida State Senator focuses on reform, innovation

    Jeff Brandes '99 serves as the state senator for FloridaÕs 24th district.

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    Winter graduation ceremony to be at Sevierville Convention Center

    Carson-Newman's Winter Commencement ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. Dec. 11.

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    C-N to offer drive-in FAFSA event for high school seniors

    High school seniors and their families will have the opportunity to complete the Federal Application for Student Aid in a fun setting, with expert help readily at hand.

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    Eagle Angler catches the attention of Bassmaster.com

    In February of 2019, Lee Rose Koza walked onstage at the Georgia B.A.S.S. Nation High School tournament on Lake Seminole alongside her younger brother, Carter.

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    Eagles stand united against racism, discrimination

    In a display of unity, students, faculty, staff and administration participated in an Eagles United March on campus

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    Graduate programs spark Carson-Newman University’s record enrollment

    34 percent bounce for advanced degree programs

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    Nursing students prepare to provide compassionate care

    The Nursing Department held its fall 2020 ÒBlessing of the HandsÓ ceremony Oct. 8.

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    Carson-Newman students find ways to serve mindfully during pandemic

    More than 200 students with Carson-Newman University participated in an annual day of service, albeit with a lot of changes from years past.

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    Gospel Saturated Life Conference equipped student missionaries

    Dr. Wade Akins taught cross-cultural evangelism and a session on the power of the Gospel.

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    Campus ministries building named in honor of missionaries

    Alumni Dr. Bill and Linda Vie spent a lifetime of service as missionaries.

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    College fair to feature more than 20 regional institutions

    High school students have the opportunity to learn more about many of the regionÕs institutions for higher learning.

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    Carson-Newman ranked among top universities in the nation

    C-N ranked among the top 10 in the state overall and was the second-highest ranking in Tennessee for social mobility.

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    University announces record enrollment

    C-N attributes this yearÕs continued growth to record graduate enrollment.

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    Stanley receives 2020 Teaching Excellence Award

    Carson-Newman University named Dr. Greg Stanley as its 2020 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award recipient during its Fall Convocation.

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    Knoxville’s WVLT-8 features C-N prof as he readies to cycle 100-miles for AO ministry

    WLVT's Anne Brock caught up with Dr. Joshua Zink as he trains for Oct. 3 ride.

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    President Fowler shares how mission will direct the University’s future

    The address came during this yearÕs Convocation ceremony to celebrate the senior class and serve as a faith-filled marker to begin the academic year.

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    Carson-Newman, Jefferson County and Jefferson City sign Suicide Prevention Awareness Month proclamation

    Joint effort seeks to raise awareness of serious topic.

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    Record-shattering 243 student athletes named Eagle Scholars

    A whopping 243 Carson-Newman student-athletes have been lauded with status as Eagle Scholars, the athletic department announced Tuesday.

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    Carson-Newman prof to cycle 100 miles for Appalachian Outreach

    Dr. Joshua Zink seeks to raise funds for AO, benefiting those in need during pandemic.

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    Director for Office of Multicultural Services welcomed

    C-N will offer an Office of Multicultural Services following the Sept. 1 start of Director Ashley Caradine.

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    New faculty welcomed to C-N

    Carson-Newman has welcomed 8 new faculty members since January 2020.

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    University recognizes faculty, staff with high honors

    Those honored included Dr. Clark Measels, Dr. Brenda Dean, Nancy Farris and David Tuell.

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    Carson-Newman awards honorary doctorate to Randy Boyd

    Boyd, president of the University of Tennessee, delivered the commencement address for the nearly 400 Carson-Newman undergraduate students who would have normally walked the stage in early May.

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    Spring Commencement 2020

    Click to WATCHSpring Commencement Live StreamAug. 7, 2020 —- Click to VIEWSpring Commencement Program                

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    Carson-Newman announces retirement of faculty and staff

    President Fowler commends group's "service, excellence and sacrifice"

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    University recognized as among top tier for career preparedness

    Carson-Newman is on the short list of institutions equipped with the experience and affordability to prepare students for their careers during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Spring Commencement moved to digital format

    Graduates are invited at scheduled intervals for photographs with President Charles A. Fowler and faculty.

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    Niswonger Scholars building legacy at Carson-Newman

    Niswonger Scholars are selected through a nomination process that seeks to identify the regionÕs best and brightest future leaders.

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    Education Department exceeds rigorous accreditation standards

    A select group of programs receive accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.

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    Community Relations Task Team makes initial recommendations

    Community Relations Task TeamÕs preliminary report details initiatives for the institution to implement.

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    Fall plans for welcoming students back to campus announced

    Classes and residential living resume for the fall semester.

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    Carson-Newman announces test-optional admission policy

    Students meeting certain GPA criteria may choose whether they submit their standardized test scores.

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    Carson-Newman President names new VPs

    President Charles A. Fowler has announced three additions to his Executive Leadership Team.

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    Carson-Newman establishes team to assess community inclusion, commit to change

    Carson-Newman University is organizing a Community Relations Task Team to foster unity and awareness within the community and make specific recommendations for improvements that align with the UniversityÕs biblical faith and Christian identity.

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    A message from President Fowler on brokenness and recent events

    (June 1, 2020) – Like the rest of the nation, I have watched the recent events that have unfolded related to the horrendous killing of George Floyd with heartbreak, sadness, […]

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    University announces steps in preparing for “new normal” with fall semester

    Carson-Newman University has announced that it is making preparations for the fall in anticipation for students to return to campus following months of disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Jeff City Library honored with Twin Pillars Award

    The library received the ÒCommunity Partner of the Year AwardÓ for providing service-learning opportunities and showing exemplary service to the community.

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    C-N student selected as alternate Fulbright recipient

    Thomas Fodor, of Talbot, has been named an alternate for the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

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    Students receive top prizes at virtual honors society convention

    Students in the Alpha Chi Honor Society achieved top prizes for their presentations.

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    Carson-Newman honors students with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award

    Carson-Newman University announced that Rose Denor and Tanner Shivley are recipients of the 2020 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.

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    Semester ends with virtual student activities

    Student Affairs chose to keep tradition and take "Spring Into Finals" activities virtual.

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    Special guests pop in to distance learning classes

    Special guests have brought some extra cheer to courses that have moved online due to COVID-19.

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    Senior finds love, inspiration at Carson-Newman

    Lexie Zepeda lost her sister and mother, but found an Eagle family.

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    C-N to defer bulk of admission deposits

    Instead of paying a $200 deposit, admitted students may pay $50 by June 1 and still reserve their place at Carson-Newman for 2020-21.

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    University remains focused on being there for students

    A new Eagle Care Team, scheduling video conferences and rescheduling graduation ceremonies are all ways C-N is staying connected to students.

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    Video announces proposed commencement date

    The University makes announcement with video.

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    Appalachian Outreach benefits from local community as it serves growing demand

    Donations to ministry are still needed

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    New YouTube video by C-N student offers comfort during challenging times

    A catchy tune, comforting words and a desire to help others are the essence of a new YouTube song and video by Carson-Newman University junior Jessica Borchert.

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    Outside the Box: Quick thinking moves Admissions event online during national virus outbreak

    A major recruiting event last week on Carson-NewmanÕs campus saw a turnout of over 200 prospective students in the midst of a coronavirus outbreak. Yet, none of the students were actually on campus.

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    Faculty find ways to bring warmth, humanity to online instruction

    Carson-Newman faculty arenÕt letting online instruction stand in their way when it comes to loving and supporting their students.

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    Appalachian Outreach meeting surging need amid COVID-19 outbreak

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs community ministry, Appalachian Outreach, has for years provided the region with a variety of services, including a food pantry, clothing ministry, emergency shelter, home repairs and more.

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    Carson-Newman announces move to online courses

    Carson-Newman University President Charles A. Fowler announced today that the institution would be suspending courses on Monday, March 16 and Tuesday, March 17 before moving all lecture courses online the following day.

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    Words of Wisdom: C-N students learn from former Tennessee Governor

    Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam was on Carson-Newman University's campus Wednesday to meet with officials and to speak with students.

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    Message from Dr. Fowler on C-N and coronavirus

    Dear Students, Parents, Faculty, and Staff, Greetings! All of our newsfeeds are filling up with stories related to the spread of coronavirus. It is a very serious situation for sure. You […]

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    ‘A Life in Art’ exhibit opening at Appalachian Cultural Center

    The upcoming exhibit will explore the power of meditation.

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    RN program ranks among top in state

    Carson-Newman's nursing program receives top marks against other colleges and universities in the state.

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    Nursing students receive ‘Blessing of the Hands’

    In an effort to emphasize compassion and patient advocacy, the Nursing Department held its spring 2020 ÒBlessing of the HandsÓ ceremony Feb. 27.

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    ‘Women of Vision’ endows Kay O’Brien Legacy Scholarship

    Rising junior and senior students in Young Women of Promise will soon benefit from the scholarship.

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    State: C-N exceeds expectations in preparing educators

    UniversityÕs Education Department among only 9 programs to receive designation

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces spring lineup

    Spring events will feature art, literature and moments of meditation.

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    Buckner named University provost

    Dr. Jeremy Buckner has been named provost for Carson-Newman University.

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    Secretary of State recognizes C-N for voter registration efforts

    C-N students won a statewide award following an ÒEagle Vote ProjectÓ campaign that helped college students register to vote.

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    Shane & Shane, Laura Story to present free concerts

    C-N to host music, worship conference

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    Three locals to perform all 37 Bard plays in one hilarious, 90-minute production

    "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" will run Jan. 30-Feb. 1

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    Forensics team presents award donation to AO

    Appalachian Outreach accepted a $250 donation from Forensics coaches and senior Thomas Fodor.

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    Carson-Newman online programs earn national recognition

    U.S. News & World Report cites C-N education, MBA programs as some of best in state

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    Judge Duane Slone to deliver Carson-Newman Commencement address

    The Winter Commencement ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, in Holt Fieldhouse.

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    Art scholarship endowed in honor of former professor

    Upperclassmen in the Art Department may now benefit from additional scholarship funds to assist in their creative pursuits thanks to a recent endowment.

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    Carson-Newman invites community to celebrate Christmas season during free events

    Carson-Newman University invites the community to join the sights, sounds and spirit of Christmas giving during upcoming campus events to celebrate the holiday season.

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    Newly dedicated center to ease transition for Carson-Newman veterans

    The Dr. J. Randall O'Brien Veterans Center aims to serve those who have served in the United States armed forces by easing their transition into campus life.

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    Center for Global Education recognizes retiree with Global Ambassador Award

    The Center for Global Education presented former employee Barbara Shoemaker with the Global Ambassador Award.

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    Dedication of the Randall O’Brien Veterans Center

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    C-N, Jeff County High School choruses to perform Handel’s ‘Messiah’

    The UniversityÕs Fall Oratorio is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, in First Baptist Church of Jefferson City.

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    Carson-Newman embraces service during annual Operation Inasmuch

    More than 500 students, faculty and staff exhibited the love of Christ for their communities during the UniversityÕs annual Operation Inasmuch day of service.

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    Carson-Newman inaugurates 23rd president, Charles A. Fowler

    The formal Inauguration Ceremony took place Friday morning at First Baptist Church of Jefferson City.

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    Carson-Newman wins statewide College Voter Registration Contest

    University recognized as top among private institutions

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    Coffey receives 2019 Founders Day Medallion

    Dr. Kitty Coffey received Thursday the 2019 Founders Day Medallion, one of the most prestigious honors given by the University.

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    Meet C-N’s new president during Homecoming festivities

    Carson-Newman University invites the community, along with members of the Eagle family, to enjoy the festivities of fall during the annual Homecoming celebration Oct. 26.

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    ‘The Store’ opens to meet student needs

    A determination to make a difference in the lives of students led Carson-Newman to open a food pantry and career closet.

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    C-N graduate named statewide ‘Teacher of the Year’

    A Hamblen County math teacher and 2008 graduate of Carson-Newman University has received the prestigious Ò2019-20 Teacher of the YearÓ designation from the Tennessee Department of Education.

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    Nursing students receive ‘Blessing of the Hands’

    The event serves as a rite of passage to emphasize the importance of compassionate patient care at the very start of training.

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    Tapestry weavings on display at Appalachian Cultural Center

    During October, the Appalachian Cultural Center will display the works of Nancy Garretson.

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    New faculty members welcomed

    Carson-Newman has welcomed 12 new faculty members since January 2019.

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    Knoxville’s WVLT-8 welcomes Dr. Charles A. Fowler

    WVLT-8 interviews C-N's 23rd president, Dr. Charles A. Fowler

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    ‘Pack the Pantry’ event to benefit Carson-Newman student food pantry

    Student Success Center is inviting those attending the UniversityÕs Sept. 28 home football game against Virginia-Wise to help ÒPack the PantryÓ against food insecurity.

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    Carson-Newman named among “Great Colleges to Work For”

    According to a recent survey by ModernThink, Carson-Newman's faculty and staff are among the happiest with their workplace in the nation.

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    Carson-Newman announces largest ever freshman class

    Record total, graduate enrollments also celebrated

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    Tennessee Evangelism Rally draws hundreds to campus

    More than 900 were in attendance for the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board's "Tennessee Evangelism Rally" held on the campus of Carson-Newman University, Sunday, Sept. 8.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces fall lineup

    Artists whose works cross the spectrum of mediums will appear for Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center fall lineup of events.

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    Faculty piano recital to feature works by Mozart

    Dr. Ryan Fogg, Carson-Newman professor of music, will present his annual faculty piano recital, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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    ‘Exercise Concept’ group receives Life Care volunteer award

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Exercise Concept group received Life Care Centers of AmericaÕs Group Volunteer Award for its service to Life Care Center of Jefferson City.

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    President Fowler marks first campus address at Fall Convocation

    Carson-Newman University held its Fall Convocation on Thursday to a packed Holt Fieldhouse.

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    Soltau receives Carson-Newman 2019 Teaching Excellence Award

    C-N named Dr. Noah Soltau as its 2019 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award recipient.

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    University celebrates student-athletes during annual event

    Carson-Newman University held its seventh annual Eagle Scholars Ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 3.

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    University President, County Mayor sign Suicide Prevention Awareness Month proclamation

    The proclamation is in support of efforts by the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network.

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    C-N Baptist Archives receives outstanding achievement award

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Baptist Archives recently received the Davis C. Woolley Award for Outstanding Achievement in Assessing and Preserving Baptist History.

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    Stokely Memorial Cafeteria gets modern reno

    Aramark Higher Education recently unveiled a major renovation to Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Stokely Memorial Cafeteria.

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    Endowment to support FCS faculty’s work preparing professionals, servant-leaders

    Ray and Barbara Bible have endowed a faculty enrichment fund in honor of Dr. Kitty Coffey.

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    Citizen Way, Christy Nockels to perform in free concert

    Popular contemporary Christian band Citizen Way will play a free concert Sept. 8 at Carson-Newman University.

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    Princeton Review names Carson-Newman among “Best in the Southeast”

    Carson-Newman University is among a select number of colleges that the Princeton Review has named ÒBest in the SoutheastÓ for 2020.

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    C-N celebrates grand opening of Knoxville Education Center

    Classes begin this month at the new location, including graduate-level coursework in Business Administration, Applied Theology and Education for teacher licensure.

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    Help support the Washam family

    University sets up giving page in the wake of tragedy

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    Telling a city’s ‘secrets’: Alum concludes oral history project

    Keith McDaniel, a 1988 Carson-Newman University alumnus, has recently concluded a nine-year project, documenting approximately 400 current and former Oak Ridge residentsÕ life stories.

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    Endowed scholarship to recognize Kitty Coffey’s decades of contributions

    Few could leave such a proud legacy on an institution like that of Dr. Kitty CoffeyÕs on Carson-Newman University.

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    Carson-Newman alum to attend prestigious Army War College

    Recently appointed Colonel Michael Anders, a 1997 graduate of Carson-Newman University, has earned the prestigious honor of attending the Army War College in Pennsylvania.

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    Stokely Memorial Cafeteria to receive major renovation

    Students to return in the fall to a new dining experience

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    A century of tradition in debate

    Carson-Newman Forensics celebrates 100 years

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    University names Dr. Charles A. Fowler as 23rd president

    Carson-Newman University announced today that Dr. Charles A. Fowler will serve as the 23rd president of the 168-year-old institution.

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    Construction underway for ‘Randall O’Brien Veterans Center’

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs new ÒRandall OÕBrien Veterans CenterÓ will open later this year.

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    Hawkins named to Deans for Impact cohort

    Carson-Newman University's Dr. Kim Hawkins has been named a 2019 Impact Academy Fellow by Deans for Impact.

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    Students inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa

    C-N inducted students exemplifying leadership and character into the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society in April.

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    Campus community mourns passing of Music Department chair

    The campus community mourns the passing of beloved music faculty member, Dr. Angela Holder.

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    C-N students earn Alpha Chi scholarship awards

    Students in Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Tennessee Delta chapter of Alpha Chi brought home several awards for their outstanding presentations at this yearÕs Alpha Chi National Convention.

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    Carson-Newman introduces physician assistant program

    24-month program will be fastest in the state

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    C-N online MBA program ranked No. 5 in nation

    The timeliness, affordability, quality and service students receive from our online Master of Business Administration program garnered a top placement in a national listing.

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    Decorated veteran to receive nursing degree

    After more than a decade in the United States Army, including three deployments and two Bronze Star Medals, Monica Ridenour will soon cross the stage into a new branch of service Ð nursing.

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    Seale tapped to serve as president of state financial aid body

    University's Danette Seal selected to lead Tennessee Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators

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    Congressman Tim Burchett to deliver Commencement address

    Life Care Centers of America President to speak to graduate students

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    Community partner recognized at Twin Pillars Celebration

    Carson-Newman University honored community service and academic excellence during the seventh annual Twin Pillars Community Celebration on April 4.

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    Carson-Newman to open Knoxville Education Center

    The University purchased the former Capital Bank building at 9261 Middlebrook Pike to transform it into the ÒCarson-Newman Knoxville Education Center.Ó

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    Faith & Justice program honors Dr. Mary Brandes

    The program recognized Dr. Mary Brandes, a 1971 alumna, with the ÒFounders AwardÓ for her outstanding contributions to the vitality of the program.

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    University names recipients of highest faculty, staff honors

    Carson-Newman University presented some of its most prestigious faculty and staff recognitions during its annual Honors Convocation.

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    Carson-Newman honors students with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards

    Carson-Newman University honored two students with its highest student award during its April 4 Honors Convocation.

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    Students battle for investors during mock ‘Shark Tank’-style event

    The event, held in the McLean Investment Center on C-NÕs campus, was reminiscent of ABCÕs ÒShark Tank,Ó in which entrepreneurs seek funding from notable business people.

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    C-N students build Easter baskets for area children

    During a fun-filled bustle of springtime activities, more than 70 Carson-Newman University student-volunteers assembled Easter baskets for area children in need.

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    Knoxville’s WVLT-8 features C-N Spring Break Mission Trips

    Carson-Newman students share why they chose to team up for Spring Break missions.

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    Recently retired C-N president serves as guest speaker at West Point

    Dr. J. Randall OÕBrien, former president of Carson-Newman University, led the first known revival at West Point Cadet Chapel in New York.

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    Carson-Newman students dedicate Spring Break to missions

    Some 115 Carson-Newman University students decided to spend their time off making a difference.

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    Carson-Newman event to feature new novel by 1949 alumnus, honor military veterans

    Carson-Newman University will host an evening celebrating the work of Jefferson City's Joe Mack High on Monday, March 18.

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    A Cappella Choir to present Home Concert March 14

    Carson-Newman University's A Cappella Choir will present its Spring Home Concert on Thursday, March 14.

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    ‘The Store’ to assist students with basics for career readiness

    An area on campus, dubbed "The Store," will house the "Career Closet," which is scheduled for an April 1 opening.

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    Presidential Search Update – Feb. 2019

    Presidential Search Update Ñ Feb. 2019

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    Professor wins STEM award for environmental science textbook

    Macmillan Publishers recently recognized efforts by a Carson-Newman University professor to produce a textbook that draws students into their studies using current stories to bring context to environmental issues.

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    Nursing Department holds inaugural “Blessing of the Hands”

    Carson-Newman University's Nursing Department held its inaugural "Blessing of the Hands" ceremony on Feb. 8, 2019.

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    C-N Graduate Studies in Counseling named a “Best Value”

    Carson-Newman's Graduate Studies in Counseling Program has earned recognition from those who evaluate such programs nationwide.

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    Carson-Newman extends TN Promise for two years

    The University has promised undergraduate students a two-year extension, known as the Carson-Newman Promise.

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    Carson-Newman professor co-authors text on incorporating student experiences into teaching

    A recently published volume recommends a shift in how many approach college teaching.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center features C-N professors in spring lineup

    Recent works by three accomplished members of the Carson-Newman University family are among the Appalachian Cultural CenterÕs upcoming events.

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    Oh snap! C-N offering associate degree in photography

    Scholarships are available for two- and four-year students.

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    C-N’s online programs ranked among top in state

    UniversityÕs education programs rank 2nd in Tennessee

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    When desire and possible collide

    Students find guidance answering GodÕs call with Master of Arts in Applied Theology degree

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    Buckner appointed acting provost, VP for Academic Affairs

    Carson-Newman Interim President Paul Percy has appointed Dr. Jeremy Buckner as acting provost and vice president for Academic Affairs of the University during the interim period.

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    New Beginnings at Mossy Creek: A Sesquicentennial

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    Grant to help Appalachian Outreach continue reaching those in need

    Carson-Newman University's Appalachian Outreach Ministry (AO) was the recent recipient of a grant from the East Tennessee Foundation.

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    President O’Brien addresses graduates a final time

    Carson-Newman University held its Winter Commencement Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 14.

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    President O’Brien to address graduates a final time during commencement

    Carson-Newman University will hold its Winter Commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 14.

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    Carson-Newman to open ‘Randall O’Brien Veterans Center’

    To better serve a growing student veteran population, Carson-Newman University will open the ÒRandall OÕBrien Veterans CenterÓ in 2019.

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    C-N team is runner-up against Vanderbilt in Moot Court tournament

    During the AMC3, colleges send undergraduate students as petitioner and respondent with a prepared brief to argue a theoretical appellate case.

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    University to honor O’Briens with amphitheatre

    C-N is launching an initiative to enhance the green space along Mossy Creek in honor of President J. Randall OÕBrien and First Lady Kay OÕBrien

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    Public invited to annual Christmas Tree Lighting, Nov. 29

    The 38th annual Christmas Tree Lighting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 29

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    Public invited to ‘Deep in the Earth’ reading

    Carson-Newman University will host a public reading of fiction writer Mary Bozeman HodgesÕ first novel, ÒDeep in the Earth.Ó

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    Appalachian Cultural Center to host “Mr. Coffindaffer’s Crosses” gallery talk, Nov. 13

    Carson-Newman's Appalachian Cultural Center will present a gallery featuring Dr. David J. Pittenger about his photographic exhibit, ÔMr. CoffindafferÕs Crosses: A Study of Public Art.'

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    Percy named Carson-Newman University interim president

    The Carson-Newman University Interim Presidential Search Committee and Board of Trustees has announced that Dr. Paul Percy will serve as interim president.

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    Kington awarded 2018 Founders’ Day Medallion

    During its annual Founders' Day service, Carson-Newman presented its Founders' Day Medallion to 1972 alumnus Randy Kington.

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    Presidential Search Update – Oct. 2018

    Harry Brooks, Chairman of The Board of Trustees, announced the members of the Presidential Search Committee to the Carson-Newman community and various media outlets in mid-August 2018. The Presidential Search […]

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    Community welcomed to annual Homecoming

    Festivities to include musical, parade, sports and live entertainment

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    Carson-Newman service blitz provides aid in 4 counties

    570 rally for annual Operation Inasmuch effort

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    Knoxville News Sentinel features C-N enrollment success

    Carson-Newman University has recorded the second highest enrollment in the schoolÕs history for the fall 2018 semester.

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    C-N alumnus Clark Denton receives Pinnacle Award

    Carson-Newman University recognized a loyal supporter, contributor and alumnus, Clark Denton, during the annual Pinnacle Recognition Dinner Sept. 21.

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    Vietnam War veteran, renowned surgeon among alumni honorees

    Senior vice president for Student Affairs also recognized

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    Interior design students practice what they learn

    Students from C-N's interior design program had the opportunity to participate in the 4th annual Student Design Competition in Knoxville.

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    Gift honors legacy of retired Carson-Newman professor

    Efforts underway to endow scholarship honoring Dr. William Blevins for graduate counseling students

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    Carson-Newman announces second highest enrollment in its history

    The University announced a total fall semester headcount of 2,560 students.

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    Carson-Newman launches Hurricane Florence relief efforts

    Carson-Newman University has initiated a campus and community effort called "Give'em Whatcha Got" to collect financial gifts and material items to help victims of Hurricane Florence on the eastern coast.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces fall lineup of events

    David J. Pittenger photography exhibit to kick-off fall events

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    University presents Herscher with 2018 Teaching Excellence Award

    Carson-Newman University named Dr. Megan Herscher as its 2018 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award recipient.

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    Ball named assistant VP for Student Affairs

    Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Ross Brummett has appointed Shelley Ball to assistant vice president for Student Affairs.

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    Students welcomed to campus with Block Party 2018

    (Aug. 29, 2018) – The University held its annual Block Party to welcome students to campus and kick-off the new academic year. CLICK HERE to see more photos from the […]

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    Fogg recital to feature Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Sept. 6

    Carson-Newman University's Dr. Ryan Fogg will present a solo piano recital on Thursday, Sept. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Thomas Recital Hall.

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    Carson-Newman traditions welcome students to campus

    Students greeted with annual Move-In Day, Prayer Walk and Welcome Ceremony

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    University forms search committees for presidential leadership

    Committees seek to fill president and interim president positions

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    Carson-Newman faculty, staff honored for service, excellence

    Carson-Newman University recognized faculty and staff for length of service, excellence and friendliness, among other attributes.

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    Video celebrating C-N’s location lands prestigious awards

    The dynamic opportunities that Carson-NewmanÕs location present took center stage in a video that has received two noteworthy awards.

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    Carson-Newman again named a College of Distinction

    Nursing, education and business programs honored

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    Eagle Anglers reel in top-20 finish in national championship

    Hunter Sales, of Blaine, and Tristan Stalsworth, of Jefferson City, launched onto Lake Tenkiller in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, for a fierce contest against 136 teams.

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    Carson-Newman loses presidential legend

    Campus mourns passing of 20th president, Dr. J. Cordell Maddox

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    High school students explore life as a nurse during C-N summer camp

    Students from nearly 20 different high schools built confidence in their selves and their skills during Carson-NewmanÕs fourth-annual Summer Nursing Camp.

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    Knoxville attorney endows program at Carson-Newman University

    Knoxville attorney Greg Logue was recently honored at a luncheon in recognition of a $50,000 gift he made to his alma mater.

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    Carson-Newman President J. Randall O’Brien announces retirement

    Carson-Newman President J. Randall O'Brien has announced plans for retirement effective December 31, 2018.

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    C-N fishing team travels with confidence thanks to Stinnett Auto Group

    Members of Carson-Newman UniversityÕs fishing team are traveling in style to the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship thanks to a generous donation from Stinnett Auto Group, of Newport.

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    VP for Athletics Matt Pope welcomed to C-N community with press conference

    Carson-Newman University President Randall O'Brien introduced new Vice President for Athletics Matt Pope to the Jefferson City and Carson-Newman communities at a July 9 press conference.

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    O’Brien names Pope new Vice President for Athletics

    Carson-Newman University President Dr. Randall O'Brien has named Tennessee Tech Associate Director of Athletics for Development Matt Pope as Carson-Newman's new Vice President for Athletics.

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    Women of Vision organization goes “Back to the Creek”

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Women of Vision (WOV) will hold their annual summer ÒBack to the Creek Day of Service and Yard SaleÓ Saturday, July 14.

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    Carson-Newman online programs earn high marks in new ranking

    Carson-Newman University secured the No. 4 spot for the top colleges in Tennessee that offer online degree programs.

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    Alumnus earns 2018 American Inns of Court Professionalism Award

    T. Maxfield Bahner, a 1954 Carson-Newman alumnus, has been selected to receive the prestigious 2018 American Inns of Court Professionalism Award for the Sixth Circuit.

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    C-N named among state’s top four-year colleges

    Carson-Newman University earned the No. 8 spot in the ranking of the best four-year colleges in Tennessee, according to Schools.com.

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    College Atlas ranks C-N among Best Christian Colleges in the nation

    Carson-Newman University ranks among the top 50 best Christian colleges in the nation, according to College Atlas.

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    C-N students to fish in Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship

    Carson-Newman University Eagle Anglers Hunter Sales, at left, of Blaine, and Tristan Stalsworth, of Jefferson City, display some of their best catches during the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Eastern Regional, […]

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    Pendletons remembered for generous spirits

    When Harrell Pendleton bequeathed more than $1 million to Carson-Newman University upon his death, his only living relatives werenÕt surprised by his generosity, but rather by the amount of money he had to give.

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    Carson-Newman alumna named first female president to lead University of New Mexico

    Dr. Garnett S. Stokes was installed as The University of New Mexico's first female president on May 12.

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    Young Women of Promise complete beautification project for Burnett Residence Hall

    Young Women of Promise spent more than a year fundraising for their latest project, the beautification of the Burnett Residence Hall courtyard.

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    Spring Commencement 2018

    Take a glimpse at Spring Commencement 2018

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    Gov. Bill Haslam addresses Carson-Newman University’s Class of 2018

    Gov. Bill Haslam and Ruth Prescott speak to Carson-Newman graduates during Spring Commencement ceremonies

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    Carson-Newman hosts Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Eastern Regional

    Carson-Newman University and the Economic Development Alliance of Jefferson County will co-host with B.A.S.S., the worldÕs largest fishing organization, the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Eastern Regional, May 10-12 on Cherokee Lake.

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    Gov. Bill Haslam to deliver Spring Commencement address, May 4

    Board Member Ruth Prescott to speak to graduate students

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    Academic excellence, community service honored at Twin Pillars Banquet

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Bonner Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement honored community members, students and faculty alike April 5 during the 2018 Twin Pillars Banquet.

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    University honors FCS students

    Carson-Newman University held its annual Department of Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Honors Banquet April 12 at Stokely Memorial Cafeteria.

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    Students, faculty bring home awards from annual Alpha Chi national competition

    arson-Newman UniversityÕs Tennessee Delta chapter of Alpha Chi (AX) brought home several awards and recognitions from the annual Alpha Chi National Convention

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    Carson-Newman Opera Theatre to present one-act operas

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Opera Theatre will present two one-act operas Thursday, April 12 and Saturday, April 14

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    University names recipients of highest faculty, staff honors

    Carson-Newman University presented some of its most prestigious faculty and staff recognitions during its annual Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 5.

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    Carson-Newman recognizes students with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards

    Carson-Newman University honored two students with its highest student award during its April 5 Honors Convocation.

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    University receives gift of over $1 million for endowed scholarship, student academic support

    Gift also provides support for students' success during college

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    Carson-Newman says “thank you” to retirees for service

    The group's combined years at Carson-Newman represents over 140 years of service to the University.

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    Carson-Newman students earn honors at Sigma Tau Delta convention

    tudents from Carson-Newman UniversityÕs chapter of Sigma Tau Delta travelled to Cincinnati, Ohio, March 21-24 to present at the international English honor society convention.

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    New study finds C-N and fellow CCCU schools responsible for more than $60 billion in economic impact annually

    Study conducted by Philadelphia-based consulting firm Econsult Solutions, Inc.

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    Forensics team wins national championship

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs forensics team has won the Pi Kappa Delta National championship held in Nashville.

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    Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival set for March 28

    Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Steve James will be a special guest at Carson-Newman UniversityÕs annual Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival on Wednesday, March 28.

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    The passing of Brona Maddox felt within Carson-Newman community

    Brona Maddox served as C-N's First Lady from 1977 to 1999.

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    WBIR-10 features C-N students’ service to others during Spring Break

    Knoxville's WBIR-10 recently spoke to students following a spring break mission trips

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    Carson-Newman family mourns the passing of former First Lady, Brona Maddox

    First Lady was the wife of C-N's 20th President Dr. J. Cordell Maddox

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces spring events lineup

    University welcomes writer and 1977 alumna Lynn Powell in first of three spring events sponsored by the Appalachian Cultural Center

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    Eagle Anglers’ 2018 scholarship recipient earns area media coverage

    Bristol's WCYB News 5 features future C-N Eagle Anger Braden Perry

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    From Alaska to Puerto Rico: Carson-Newman students to spend Spring Break serving others

    More than 115 Carson-Newman University students and members of the C-N family will spend their Spring Break volunteering as part of the UniversityÕs annual spring SPOTS mission trips.

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    Campus mourns passing of Rev. Billy Graham

    Carson-Newman mourns with America in the passing of Rev. Billy Graham

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    Music performance to feature works by Brahms and Ravel, Feb. 22

    Carson-Newman University's Music Department will present a two-piano recital on Thursday, Feb. 22.

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    Porter named assistant VP for Enrollment Management

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O'Brien has appointed Aaron Porter to assistant vice president for Enrollment Management.

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    Drs. Fogg and Zink to perform Schubert’s “Winterreise,” Feb. 13

    Carson-Newman University's Music Department presents a Feb. 13 performance by faculty members Drs. Fogg and Zink.

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    Carson-Newman AD turns overgrown, donated land into scenic park

    Morristown's Citizen Tribune features story on revitalization of Mossy Creek effort

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    Carson-Newman names Smith to assistant vice president position

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O'Brien has announced the promotion of Elaine Smith to the position of assistant vice president of Finance and Business.

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    “Live2Lead” video leadership conference coming to Carson-Newman University

    Carson-Newman University and KnoxLion Enterprises, LLC will host the video leadership event "Live2Lead," Feb. 16 and Feb. 17.

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    University welcomes Steelman as new trustee

    Carson-Newman University welcomes Judge Barry A. Steelman to its board of trustees. Steelman began his service January 1.

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    Carson-Newman alumnus featured in Feb. 1 benefit concert

    Carson-Newman University alumnus Garrett Martin will present a concert of organ music Thursday, Feb. 1

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    “Forgiveness” the focus of annual Winter Worship Series, Feb. 6-8

    Series to feature C-N President J. Randall O'Brien and worship leader Dr. Paul Magyar

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    University eases transfer process for community college graduates

    Community college graduates meet general education requirements at Carson-Newman.

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    You Gotta See This Place

    You Gotta See This Place!

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    Showcase Saturday: C-N to roll out Orange and Blue carpet for high school, transfer students, Feb. 24

    Registration now open for students wanting to know more about Carson-Newman.

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    Carson-Newman’s hoops doubleheader versus LMU set for local television broadcast

    Eagles set to take on LMU in televised home game, Jan. 17

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    University to feature civil rights activist Brenda Travis in Jan. 16 MLK chapel

    Carson-Newman University will welcome students back to campus with a special 9:30 a.m. chapel service Tuesday, Jan. 16.

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    Carson-Newman holds 2017 Winter Commencement

    University awards degrees to some 140 graduates during ceremony, honors 1971 alumna Mary Tibbets Brandes

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    WVLT-8 features alumna and traveling boutique

    Alumna takes her passion for art and style onboard a 1978 Volkswagen van.

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    Carson-Newman voted a “Favorite” in annual News Sentinel survey

    Carson-Newman University was recently voted "Favorite" in the Knoxville News Sentinel's annual "Best of Knoxville" special section.

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    Florida State Senator and 1999 alumnus Jeff Brandes to address December graduates, Dec. 15

    University to present honorary doctorate to 1971 alumna Mary Tibbets Brandes.

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    Campus traditions help usher in Christmas season

    University presents annual Christmas Oratorio and Tree Lighting traditions.

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    Carson-Newman presents chamber recital, Nov. 20

    Recital to feature C-N's Dr. Ryan Fogg, Andy Bryenton and Edward Pulgar.

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    New theatrical series honors drama professor John Welton

    A gift from a grateful alumni couple will honor a beloved Carson-Newman legend, Dr. John Lee Welton.

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    Carson-Newman to host production of “Charlotte’s Web”

    Carson-Newman University welcomes guest artist Kathleen Buttolph to direct the Theatre for Young Audiences fall production of "CharlotteÕs Web," the beloved E. B. White classic.

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    Knoxville’s WBIR-10 features University’s Operation Inasmuch project

    Knoxville's WBIR-10 featured Carson-Newman's 12th annual Operation Inasmuch service blitz during an evening broadcast.

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    Carson-Newman to hold annual community service blitz, Nov. 4

    Carson-Newman University will hold its annual Operation Inasmuch (OI) service blitz on Saturday, Nov. 4.

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    University invites community to trick-or-treat at “BOOnett,” Oct. 26

    The ladies of Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Burnett Residence Hall invite families in the community to the annual ÒBOOnettÓ trick-or-treat event on Thursday, October 26 from 5-7 p.m.

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    University forensics team has strong showing at Berea competition

    Carson-Newman University's forensics team took six students to Berea, Kentucky, to compete in Berea College's John G. Fee Memorial speech and debate tournament Oct. 13-14.

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    Lyric Theatre presents “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Oct. 19-22

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Theatre Department will present ÒJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatÓ as a part of homecoming week.

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    Stooksbury publishes revised reference book

    Dr. Kara StooksburyÕs ÒEncyclopedia of American Civil Rights and LibertiesÓ has recently been revised and expanded for a second edition.

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    Swann Hall receives historical marker

    Dedication to headline University's homecoming weekend

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    Campus community prays for C-N Safety Department members

    The Carson-Newman community extends prayers for those involved in a vehicle collision late Friday evening.

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    All Carson-Newman 2017 nursing grads pass national exam at first sitting

    One hundred percent of Carson-NewmanÕs 2017 nursing graduates passed National Council Licensing Examinations (NCLEX) on their first attempt.

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    Carson-Newman plan gives opportunity to earn bachelor’s degree in three years, master’s in four

    "A quality Christian education that is more affordable and obtainable in less time." That is the plan Carson-Newman University officials are excited to share with students.

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    Move-In Day 2017

    Move-In Day at Carson-Newman is incredible. See for yourself!

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces fall lineup

    Noted Smokies biologist will share memories Monday, Oct. 2

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    Carson-Newman’s Women of Vision receives Pinnacle Award

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Women of Vision was recognized at the UniversityÕs annual Pinnacle Recognition Dinner, Sept. 15.

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    Carson-Newman, TBMB agree to BFM inclusion

    Carson-Newman University trustees recently agreed to incorporate the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message as part of Carson-Newman University's operating procedure.

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    Eagle Scholars soar in number and academics

    University holds its 5th annual Eagle Scholars Ceremony

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    University presents Keenan with 2017 Teaching Excellence Award

    Carson-Newman University recognized Dr. Caroline Keenan during Fall Convocation with the University's 2017 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award.

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    Carson-Newman presents an evening with a television pioneer

    Evening made possible by Knoxville Film Festival partnership.

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    Carson-Newman’s Hurricane Harvey relief culminates Thursday, Sept 7

    ÒGiveÕem Whatcha GotÓ includes Dry Goods and Monetary Donations

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    WBIR-10 features the start of the Turner era as the Eagles begin the 2017 football season

    The 2017 Eagles football team begins a new era.

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    Texas Flood Relief Drive Thursday, Aug. 31

    University to collect funds for hurricane victims

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    University holds Block Party 2017

    Annual event ushers in new year on campus.

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    University to host performance “Great Scott! — a Joplin Centennial Celebration,” Sept. 7

    Celebrated pianist Richard Dowling to perform works by ragtime king

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    Carson-Newman welcomes new students with campus tradition

    The University holds its annual Prayer Walk and Welcome Ceremony

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    Carson-Newman becomes a smoke-free campus

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Department of Public Safety has announced a change in the on-campus smoking policy.

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    Carson-Newman’s oldest building receives upgrade

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs oldest building received an upgrade over the summer. The front porch of Sarah Swann Residence Hall was renovated and replaced.

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    University honors faculty, staff service

    Carson-Newman University recently recognized the service of faculty and staff during its annual Welcome Assembly.

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    O’Brien announces promotions for four executive council members

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall OÕBrien announced today that four members of the institutionÕs executive council have had their roles expanded and received appropriate changes to their titles.

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    Scott Faulkenberry to lead Carson-Newman’s Advancement Division

    Scott Faulkenberry to lead Carson-NewmanÕs Advancement Division Carson-Newman President Randall OÕBrien has selected Scott Faulkenberry to serve as vice president for Advancement, and thereby oversee the UniversityÕs expansion of friends, funds and

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    Carson-Newman’s A Capella Choir Performs in Carnegie Hall

    Carson-Newman's A Capella Choir Performs in Carnegie Hall

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    Carson-Newman’s Buckner selected for national leadership program

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Dr. Jeremy Buckner, dean of Adult and Graduate Studies, has been selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to participate in its 2017Ñ2018 Senior Leadership Academy.

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    Carson-Newman hosts Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Eastern Regional

    Carson-Newman University and the Economic Development Alliance of Jefferson County will co-host with B.A.S.S., the worldÕs largest fishing organization, the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Eastern Regional presented by Bass Pro Shops, May 11-13.

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    University honors FCS students

    Carson-Newman University held its annual Department of Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Honors Banquet April 11

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    C-N is building a new student plaza!

    C-N is building a new student plaza!

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    Nashville Children’s Choir at C-N Friday, May 12

    The Nashville Children's Choir will perform in Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Thomas Recital Hall Friday, May 12

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    Carson-Newman to recognize record number of graduates during May 5 ceremonies

    Carson-Newman to recognize record number of graduates

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    Kappa Beta Xi welcomes new members

    Carson-Newman University's Kappa Beta Xi Chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu (KON) Honor Society recently held its annual initiation of new members.

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    Omicron Delta Kappa chapter holds 2017 initiation ceremony

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) inducted 20 new members during its initiation ceremony Thursday, April 27.

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    Library to hold book sale April 27

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library will hold a book sale Thursday, April 27.

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    University celebrates the liberal arts with annual RCP Day

    Carson-Newman suspended classes on Thursday, April 20 to showcase the liberal arts during its seventh annual Research, Creativity and Performance Day.

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    Alpha Chi students win scholarships and prizes at national convention in Louisville

    Students from Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Tennessee Delta chapter of Alpha Chi travelled to Louisville, Kentucky, April 6-8 to present scholarly and artistic achievements at the Honor SocietyÕs National Convention.

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    Carson-Newman a signature sponsor for annual Todd Collins and Dr. Chris Jones Golf Classic

    Carson-Newman University is teaming up with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dumplin Valley to raise money for local children, serving as signature sponsor for the 201 Annual Todd Collins & Dr. Chris Jones Golf Classic.

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    2017 Carson-Newman Senior Picnic

    Members of the upcoming graduation class take part in this year's senior picnic

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    Twin Pillars Banquet celebrates service, academic excellence

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Bonner Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement held its 2017 Twin Pillars Banquet last week to celebrate accomplishments during the academic year.

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    Women of Vision holds annual Spring Gathering

    The University's Women of Vision organization recently held its annual meeting.

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    University to celebrate 15th annual issue of “Ampersand” at April 19 reveal

    On Wednesday, April 19, Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center will host a celebration for the reveal the latest issue of ÒAmpersand.Ó

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    Students team with Food on Foot this Easter to benefit children in need

    Carson-Newman University student-volunteers recently gathered to prepare Easter baskets for Food on Foot, a Christian-based nonprofit ministry in Morristown.

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    Symbiotic and Eternal Growth: C-N’s relationship with TBCH is perennial

    A partnership between Carson-Newman and Tennessee Baptist ChildrenÕs Home goes back for more than a quarter-century. And yet, the relationship deepens and blossoms each spring.

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    University names recipients of highest faculty, staff honors

    Carson-Newman University presented some of its most prestigious faculty and staff recognitions during its annual Honors Convocation

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    Carson-Newman honors students with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards

    Carson-Newman University honored two students with its highest student award during its April 6 Honors Convocation.

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    University holds 2017 Honors Convocation

     Click on a headline below. Carson-Newman University names recipients of highest faculty, staff honors Carson-Newman honors students with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards    

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    C-N’s Nursing Camp openings are dwindling

    The University's Nursing Department set to host third annual Summer Camp for high school students

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    How’s your heart?

    by David Needs

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    Legendary Carson-Newman football coach Ken Sparks passes

    Following a five-year battle with cancer, Carson-Newman head football coach Ken Sparks passes away

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    University to host celebrated poet William Woolfitt, April 3

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center will present a program by poet Dr. William Woolfitt April 3 at 4 p.m.

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    Forensics team featured on Knoxville’s WBIR Channel 10.

    Carson-Newman's successful run caught the attention of Knoxville's WBIR-10.

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    Carson-Newman honors “The Heartland Series” creator at special event

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center presented Stephen Dean with the 2017 Outstanding Educational Service to Appalachia Award at a March 14 special dinner.

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    Celebrating Appalachia’s Irish roots: A Carson-Newman event

    Carson-Newman University will celebrate Appalachia's Irish roots by hosting Irish poets Cahal Dallat and Anne-Marie Fyfe, Monday, March 27.

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    Things you might not know about private liberal arts education

    There is information that might surprise you about earning a degree from a private liberal arts university.

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    Retirement reception planned for Carson-Newman’s Jones and Milligan

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Music Department will host a retirement reception for Professor Ann Jones and Dr. Thomas Milligan on Thursday, March 16.

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    Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival set for March 15

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs annual Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival is slated for Wednesday, March 15

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    Carson-Newman’s Spring Break SPOTS

    Carson-Newman's Spring Break SPOTS

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    Carson-Newman forensics team wins state championship

    For the fourth year in a row, Carson-Newman UniversityÕs forensics team has won the Tennessee Intercollegiate Forensics Association State Championship.

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    Students forgo beach towels for Spring Break in Nepal

    Carson-Newman volunteers to use Nepal trip as outreach opportunity

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    Benefit concert to feature pianist Joseph North and “friends”

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity will host a benefit concert Tuesday, Feb. 28.

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    Mortar Board honor society holds “Geek Week”

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Mortar Board honor society will hold its first Geek Week on campus the week of Feb. 20.

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    Carson-Newman to host T.B. Maston Lecture, Feb. 23

    Carson-Newman University will host a lecture by Dr. Myles Werntz on Thursday, Feb. 23.

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    Carson-Newman honors “The Heartland Series” creator

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center has announced Stephen Dean as the 2017 recipient of the Outstanding Educational Service to Appalachia Award.

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    University records largest spring enrollment

    Carson-Newman University welcomes 2017 with its largest spring enrollment in the schoolÕs history.

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    University welcomes three to board of trustees

    Carson-Newman University welcomes three new members to its board of trustees.

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    University presents 2017 Winter Worship Series, Feb. 7-9

    Carson-Newman University will present its Winter Worship Series Feb. 7Ñ9.

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    Carson-Newman music training opened doors for Constance Mack

    story courtesy of The Standard Banner

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    Carson-Newman and LMU basketball rivalry to be broadcast by WVLT Channel 8, Jan. 25

    Knoxville TV station WVLT Channel 8 will broadcast Carson-Newman and LMU basketball

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    Carson-Newman, Pellissippi State partner on transfer pathways for students

    Carson-Newman University and Pellissippi State Community College are partnering to ensure transfer pathways are seamless for community college students who go on to earn their four-year degrees.

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    University announces “Sevier Strong Scholarships” fundraising effort

    Establishment of scholarship to benefit Sevier County students in wake of devastating fires

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    “Carson-Newman Promise” to build on governor’s Tennessee Promise for college students

    New initiative to offer C-N students additional two years of financial aid

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    Tennessee State Representative Brooks to address December graduates

    Carson-Newman University will hold its Winter Commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 9.

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    URGENT: C-N becomes drop-off site for Gatlinburg Disaster Relief donations

    Carson-Newman is a collection site for donated items to benefit those affected by the devastating fires in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.

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    Carson-Newman named to President’s Honor Roll for Service “with Distinction”

    Latest Honor Roll marks University's 5th straight year to be included

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    Music students finish strong at NATS competition

    Carson-Newman music students take top spots during NATS event

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    Carson-Newman to host Christmas tradition with public tree lighting, Nov. 29

    Carson-Newman University will bring in the Christmas season with its annual Tree Lighting Tuesday, Nov. 29.

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    Carson-Newman and LMU basketball rivalry to be broadcast by WVLT Channel 8

    Knoxville TV station WVLT Channel 8 will broadcast "live" two Carson-Newman University and Lincoln Memorial University basketball doubleheaders.

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    Coach Ken Sparks announces retirement

    Carson-Newman head football coach Ken Sparks, announced his retirement during a press conference.

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    International students to offer a “glimpse of home” at Nov. 16 event

    Carson-Newman University will present "A Sense of Place in Appalachia" on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

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    Students forgo weekend leisure to serve area communities

    University's 11th annual Operation Inasmuch spans three counties

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    University to present 67th annual Oratorio, Nov. 13

    Carson-Newman University will present its 67th annual Oratorio on Nov. 13 at 5 p.m.

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    Country and Bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs to headline Carson-Newman benefit concert, Nov. 10

    Country music and Bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs and his band Kentucky Thunder will be in concert Thursday, Nov. 10 at Knoxville's new Mill & Mine.

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    Annual poetry reading is a “Homecoming 2016” highlight

    Carson-Newman University will host a poetry reading by celebrated poet and playwright Linda Parsons, Friday, Oct. 28.

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    “BOOnett” offers safe trick-or-treat alternative for kids

    The ladies of Carson-Newman University's Burnett Residence Hall invite children and their families to the annual "BOOnett" trick-or-treat event for Thursday, October 27.

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    Carson-Newman music fraternity chapter earns award 49 consecutive years

    Carson-Newman University's chapter of Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity has earned the Chapter of Excellence Award for 2015-16.

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    Father and daughter combine artwork in new Appalachian Cultural Center exhibit

    Carson-Newman University's Appalachian Cultural Center is hosting a new exhibit, "Legacy: Celebrating the Art of Family" through Oct. 27.

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    Carson-Newman’s Hartman sees work included in national art publication

    Adjunct art instructor Heather Hartman has been included in the prestigious publication "New American Paintings, Juried Exhibitions in Print."

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    Fogg to present faculty recital, Oct. 4

    Carson-Newman University's Dr. Ryan Fogg will present a faculty recital, Oct. 4. The event is free and open to the public.

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    University honors faculty members, Sept. 22

    Carson-Newman University recognized several faculty members with awards of achievement.

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    Carson-Newman alumnus Voiles named Tennessee Teacher of the Year

    Derek Voiles is named the 2016-17 Teacher of the Year for Tennessee

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    Alpha Chi honor society chapter inducts new members

    Carson-Newman University recently inducted 48 new members to its Tennessee Delta chapter of Alpha Chi honor society.

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    Knoxville’s “Striped Light” founders to be featured at Omega Art Gallery exhibit, Sept. 27

    A public reception will be held from 3-5 p.m., Sept. 27.

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    Public invited to evening of music to benefit students, Sept. 27

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Pi Kappa Lambda music honor society will present a faculty showcase recital, Sept. 27.

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    Scribe to Queen Elizabeth II to speak at Denton Gallery opening, Oct. 6

    The Lynn and Lyndsey Denton Gallery to house Heritage Edition of The Saint John's Bible

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    “Mossy Creek Festival” Homecoming celebration October 27-29, 2016

    "Mossy Creek Festival" Homecoming celebration October 27-29, 2016

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    KON honor society chapter earns 25th Chapter of Excellence Award

    C-N chapter recipient of award more than any chapter in the nation

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    Author Kimberly L. Becker to open fall events at Appalachian Cultural Center

    Carson-Newman University's Appalachian Cultural Center will host "An Evening with Kimberly L. Becker" on Monday, Sept. 26.

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    U.S. News & World Report: Carson-Newman is a “Great School at a Great Price”

    Carson-Newman University once again is named a "Great School at a Great Price" in U.S. News & World Report's 2017 Best Colleges Guide released today.

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    Students to hold mock presidential debate, Sept. 19

    Carson-Newman University will hold a mock presidential debate on Monday, Sept. 19, at 6 p.m.

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    Carson-Newman announces third year of record enrollment

    Carson-Newman University is experiencing its third year of record enrollment with 2,659 students.

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    Annual Ball Alumni Recital to feature graduates Coffer and Koehler

    Carson-Newman University will host its Ball Alumni Recital Thursday, September 15, at 7:30 p.m. in Thomas Recital Hall.

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    Carson-Newman to roll out Orange and Blue carpet for high school, transfer students, Sept 24, Oct. 22

    Carson-Newman University is hosting its popular "Showcase Saturday" events on Sept. 24 and Oct. 22.

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    First Generation College Students and New Family Traditions Carson-Newman University

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    Mortar Board chapter earns national honors at Indianapolis conference

    Carson-Newman's Mortar Board chapter, Panathenees, recently earned its ninth consecutive Golden Torch Award.

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    Drs. Lang and Sobiech earn 2016 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award

    Carson-Newman University recognized Drs. Cindy Lang and Michael Sobiech, during its 2016 Fall Convocation.

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    University to host Black and Parker in concert, Sept. 13

    Musical duo Laurel Black and Marianne Parker, will be in concert at Carson-Newman University Sept. 13, 2016.

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    University holds 4th Annual Eagle Scholars Awards Ceremony

    The University honors 2016 Eagle Scholars class

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    Carson-Newman, a proud sponsor of the 2016 Knoxville Film Festival

    Carson-Newman is a sponsor for the Knoxville Film Festival

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    Students embrace Welcome Week events

    University rolls out the orange and blue carpet as students return for fall

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    Carson-Newman president takes fall sabbatical

    President J. Randall O'Brien will take a sabbatical during the 2016 fall semester.

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    Carson-Newman honors faculty and staff for years of service

    University presents service awards to members of the campus community.

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    Eagle Scholars program has student-athletes bringing “A-game” to the classroom

    Carson-Newman University will welcome 160 student-athletes into its Eagle Scholars Program during its annual awards ceremony Tuesday, August 30.

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    Carson-Newman welcomes Class of 2020

    The University welcomed new students and their families to campus for the 206 year.

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    URGENT: Join Louisiana Flood Disaster Relief Effort

    Carson-Newman calls on campus community to aid in Louisiana flood relief effort.

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    Carson-Newman’s Dr. Coffey and FCS Department recognized at Washington event

    Carson-Newman's Dr. Kitty Coffey was recently recognized at the 107th Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences meeting in Bellevue, Washington.

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    Art Department announces fall exhibits for Omega Gallery

    Season begins with an exhibit by Dr. Earl Cleveland on Monday, August 29.

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    Alumna honored for suicide prevention work in East Tennessee

    Dr. Cynthia Lynn '89 of New Market is this year's East Tennessee Regional Suicide Prevention Award recipient.

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    Carson-Newman again cited as a “College of Distinction”

    National college 2016-17 guide highlights colleges excelling in student-focused education

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    Two Carson-Newman alumni are finalists for TN Teacher of the Year

    Teachers join fellow alumni in earning teaching honors

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    Women of Vision holds Back to the Creek 2016

    Volunteers gather to take part in renovation projects on campus

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    Eagles’ Griswold punches ticket to Rio

    Carson-Newman men's swimmer Robert Griswold will be headed to Rio de Janeiro in September to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games.

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    Alumna uses her double major in art and pre-med to change lives

    McKenzie Wampler, a 2012 alumna, is literally changing lives every day, using her double major in pre-med and art.

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    Carson-Newman community mourns the passing of Coach Pat Summitt

    Love for Tennessee coaching legend resonates on campus

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    Registration open for annual Women of Vision “Back to the Creek” weekend, July 9

    Carson-Newman's Women of Vision organization will hold its annual "Back to the Creek" weekend July 8-9. Registration deadline is Friday, July 1.

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    Carson-Newman’s Smith explores forgotten piece of Southern Baptist history in new book

    Dr. Andrew Smith has released a new book exploring how the Southern Baptist Convention reacted to the northern fundamentalist movement of the early twentieth century.

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    Carson-Newman and Jefferson City Police Department form new partnership in campus safety

    Officials from Carson-Newman University, the Jefferson City Police Department and the City of Jefferson City announced Monday a new partnership to bolster the safety and security for the University's campus.

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    University to host community gathering and prayer vigil in aftermath of Orlando mass shooting

    Public invited to attend Friday event.

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    2016 Graduates: The Cap Tells the Story

    Whether traditional or personalized, spring mortarboards offer a glimpse at life's many paths.

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    Carson-Newman’s University Relations Office earns state, national honors

    This summer Carson-Newman's University Relations Office has received several accolades for production of printed and video promotional pieces for the University.

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    Rising senior works with NASA to make sense of Pluto’s chaotic terrain

    One Carson-Newman University honors student just finished her first round of research on Pluto's surface for NASA's New Horizon's team.

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    Congratulations Class of 2016!

    Carson-Newman holds its 2016 Spring Commencement

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    Students inducted to ODK leadership fraternity

    Carson-Newman's chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) inducted 15 new members at its initiation ceremony Thursday, April 28.

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    Carson-Newman honors Blevins, Martin and Boyce

    Trio the focus of 2016 Alumni Awards Banquet

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    University hosts renowned author, cultural critic and alumnus Michael Eric Dyson

    Dyson uses opportunity to speak with classes and the greater community.

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    Congressman John Duncan, Jr. to deliver Spring Commencement Address

    Board of Trustees Chair Janet Hayes to speak to graduate students

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    Carson-Newman’s Anderson wins scholarship at National Alpha Chi Convention

    Award presented at Washington, D.C. convention

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    “Stepping into Spring 2016” event to benefit Carson-Newman students

    Carson-Newman University's Women of Vision Organization will host its "Stepping into Spring" fashion show Saturday, April 30.

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    Family & Consumer Sciences Department presents service award

    Award presented during department's annual Honors Banquet

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    University to host annual “Jazz on the Lawn” concert, April 26

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Jazz Ensemble will host its annual ÒJazz on the LawnÓ Tuesday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m.

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    Family & Consumer Sciences Department welcomes new members to honor society

    Carson-Newman University's Family and Consumer Sciences Department welcomed new initiates to its honor society, the Kappa Beta Xi chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu (KON) on April 4.

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    University to celebrate Earth Week with campus events

    Carson-Newman University's Residence Life Program and Community Connections are teaming up to celebrate Earth Week April 18-22 with a variety of service-minded events.

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    Women of Vision holds its 2016 Spring Gathering of Friends

    Event helps celebrate the organization's five-year anniversary

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    Twin Pillars Banquet celebrates service, academic excellence

    Carson-Newman University's Bonner Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement held its 2016 Twin Pillars Banquet.

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    Carson-Newman to host The Emancipators in concert, April 18

    The event, which will be held in the Appalachian Cultural Center on campus, is in celebration of Earth Day and the 25th Anniversary of Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center.

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    Carson-Newman music students shine at NATS event

    Carson-Newman University music students made a strong showing at the Mid-South Regional Student Auditions.

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    University presents prestigious honors to faculty and staff

    Carson-Newman University presented some of its most prestigious faculty and staff recognitions during its annual Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 7.

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    Gil and Sharpe awarded 2016 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award

    Carson-Newman University honored two students with its highest student award during its April 7 Honors Convocation.

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    Resident assistants the focus of “Thank You” week

    University will honor some of its own April 11Ñ15, as the campus devotes a week to saying "thank you" to its resident assistants.

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    Renowned author, cultural critic and C-N alumnus Michael Eric Dyson to speak April 21

    Carson-Newman alumnus is author of best seller "The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America"

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    University to host “Celebrating Jeff Daniel Marion: Poet on the Holston,” April 15

    Writer championed as "one of the most important writers of the region"

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    Carson-Newman a signature sponsor for 15th annual Todd Collins and Dr. Chris Jones Golf Classic, April 27

    Carson-Newman University is teaming up with the Boys & Girls Club of Dumplin Valley to raise money for local children.

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    Carson-Newman suspends classes to showcase the liberal arts

    In its sixth year, daylong event highlights campus-wide student presentations

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    Celebrated artist Seth Haverkamp to lead May Portrait Painting Workshop

    Carson-Newman University will host "Learning to Paint by Learning to See: A Portrait Painting workshop," May 9-13.

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    Carson-Newman student to debut theater adaptation of acclaimed “Shakespeare Saved My Life”

    Theatre program to host the debut production of ÒShakespeare on the Range,Ó an adaptation from the celebrated book ÒShakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard"

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    Carson-Newman’s Underwood the subject of art exhibit at Malone University

    Carson-Newman University Professor of Art David Underwood is the subject of a new exhibit at Malone University in Canton, Ohio.

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    Jonesborough pastor to speak as part of Carson-Newman’s “A Simple Justice” celebration, March 29

    Event to commemorate 50th Anniversary of 1965 Voting Rights Act

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    President O’Brien to be recognized by Tennessee House of Representatives

    Carson-Newman President J. Randall O'Brien will serve as "Chaplain of the Day of the Tennessee House of Representatives"

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    At the Heart of the Matter: New master’s program empowers students to pioneer change

    Social entrepreneurship programs give students the tools to pioneer change

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    Tennessee Promise students can now meet service-hour goals at Carson-Newman

    Starting this month, Carson-Newman University will serve as a host site to help qualifying Tennessee Promise freshmen meet their eight-hour community service goal.

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    A Cappella to present home concert March 17

    Carson-Newman University's A Cappella Choir will present its annual Spring Tour Home Concert on Thursday, March 17.

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    Exploring the rich literary soil nurturing “Affrilachia’s” roots

    University to host author and poet Frank X Walker at March 21 event

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    Sweeping the nation

    Forensics team rolls the competition at San Diego national tourney, earns national title

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    Scripts, screens and justice

    Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival gives nod to 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act

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    By inspiring others and preserving Appalachia’s “sacred space,” Lee earns University honor

    Carson-Newman University has announced Dr. Ernest Lee as the 2016 recipient of the Outstanding Educational Service to Appalachia Award.

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    Tennessee Promise – Students Choose Carson-Newman University

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    SPOTS teams ready to serve others during spring break

    Members of the Carson-Newman University community gathered for its annual SPOTS mission trips commissioning service on March 1.

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    University hosts FCCLA competition for fifth year

    Carson-Newman University hosted the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Districts 8 and 9 STAR competition on March 2.

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    New book by Carson-Newman’s Ballard offers “glimpses of life and culture”

    Religion Professor Dr. Wayne Ballard has released his latest book, ÒGlimpses from State Street."

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    Carson-Newman forensics team named state champions again

    Carson-Newman University's forensics team captured its third consecutive state title at the Tennessee Intercollegiate Forensics Association Championship, Feb. 13-14.

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    Future McLean Investment Center to offer students real world business setting

    Carson-Newman University will soon provide a new valuable learning experience for business majors.

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    Family’s gift to create study space for students, honor memory of library dean

    The University is set to remodel a section of Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library to create a new study area for students in memory of Dr. Stan Benson.

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    Carson-Newman Theatre presents “Walk, Don’t Ride!”, Feb. 25-26

    Civil Rights production is part of University's celebration of the 1965 Voting Rights Act

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    University signs agreement with South Korean school

    Carson-Newman University has signed an agreement Daegu High School in South Korea.

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    Carson-Newman’s Vickie Butler earns prestigious CASE award

    Carson-Newman's Vickie Butler has been named the 2016 Mentor of the Year by The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for District III.

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    University’s music fraternity to host benefit concert, Feb. 16

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Omicron music fraternity will host a benefit concert Tuesday, Feb 16.

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    Carson-Newman welcomes high school students, hosts HOSA event

    University welcomes more than 700 students from 40 high schools attending HOSA conference.

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    A Cappella Choir, KSO to celebrate the sounds of Rodgers & Hammerstein

    A February 13 performance by Carson-Newman's A Cappella Choir and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra is generating anticipation on campus.

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    University welcomes over 200 to “We March with Selma” exhibit open house

    Carson-Newman hosts the community during an open house of its new student-curated exhibit

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    University welcomes three to board of trustees

    Carson-Newman University recently welcomed three new members to its board of trustees.

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    Carson-Newman to hold 35th Ashe-Henderson Worship Series

    Carson-Newman University will celebrate the 35th Ashe-Henderson Worship series Feb. 2Ñ4.

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    University records largest spring enrollment

    Carson-Newman University begins 2016 with its largest spring enrollment ever.

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    Carson-Newman to hold open house for Civil Rights exhibit, Sunday, Jan 31

    The public is invited to an open house for a new student-curated exhibit focusing on the 50th anniversary of 1965 Voting Rights Act.

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    C-N 2008 alumna’s parody, “Snow,” goes viral

    Jefferson County teacher and C-N alumna Mary Morris generate's internet buzz with Adele parody

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    MLK chapel focuses on “The Bond of Love”

    Rev. Lorenzo McCutcheon speaks to students during morning event.

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    We March with Selma

    "We March with Selma" is part of "A Simple Justice: The Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act."

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    Student exhibit focuses on 50th anniversary of 1965 Voting Rights Act

    A new exhibit on Carson-Newman University's campus focuses on the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

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    Venezuelan connection boosts C-N Strings Program

    Three Venezuelan students find connection to their professor via home and love for music

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    TBC president and alumnus Dr. Roc Collins speaks to students

    Dr. Roc Collins challenges students to prepare for struggles in life.

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    Public invited to Carson-Newman University MLK chapel, Jan. 19

    Fort Meade, Florida's Rev. Lorenzo McCutcheon to speak at event

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    Franklin named Carson-Newman’s volleyball head coach

    Dave Franklin was introduced as the seventh volleyball coach in Carson-Newman history by athletic director Allen Morgan at a press conference Monday afternoon.

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    Preparing for luck: Barrett Hedges made the most of his Carson-Newman experience

    Alumnus Barrett Hedges wove his education and love for the outdoors into a promising freelance career.

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    Carson-Newman Alpha Chi chapter earns 18th straight national award

    University chapter to be recognized at April national convention in Washington, DC

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    Carson-Newman holds 2015 Winter Commencement

    Carson-Newman University recognized over 100 graduates during its Winter Commencement.

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    University’s Weyer sees music published

    Carson-Newman's Matt Weyer recently completed a musical arrangement of the standard hymn, "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing."

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    Two Carson-Newman profs earn prestigious Pushcart Prize nominations

    Carson-Newman University's Drs. Susan O'Dell Underwood and Artress Bethany White recently had work nominated for The Pushcart Prize.

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    Carson-Newman’s Niceley releases book on forgiveness

    Carson-Newman's Daniel Niceley recently published his new book, "The Lie of Forgiveness."

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    Retired U.S. Army Major General and University alumnus Mike Jones to address December graduates

    Carson-Newman University will hold its Winter Commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 11.

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    University to present Handel’s “Messiah,” Nov. 21

    On Saturday, Nov. 21, Carson-NewmanÕs Music Department will present its sixty-sixth annual oratorio of Handel's "Messiah."

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    In the wake of tragedy, area news outlets talk with C-N students from France

    Broadcasts feature students Steven Parry and Thibault Mathorez.

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    University announces annual Christmas Tree Lighting, Dec. 1

    Carson-Newman University will bring in the Christmas season with its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Tuesday, Dec. 1.

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    Carson-Newman’s fifth Hunger Games event raises nearly $55,000 for charity

    The odds favored nonprofits as Carson-NewmanÕs latest Hunger Games fundraiser garnered $18,000 for 12 East Tennessee charities.

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    Carson-Newman to host Rabun book signing, celebrate release of “Feathers,” Nov. 19

    Carson-Newman University will host a book signing for Julie Rabun and her new childrenÕs book, "Feathers," Thursday, Nov. 19.

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    International student community to share the importance of “home” at Nov. 18 event

    The University will present "A Sense of Place in Appalachia" on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

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    Carson-Newman Hunger Games: Pop culture for a cause

    Carson-Newman University will host the fifth installment of its Hunger Games fundraiser Nov. 13-15.

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    Carson-Newman Theatre to perform “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”

    Carson-Newman Theatre will present C.S. LewisÕ classic "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," opening Nov. 12.

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    University to celebrate author of “The Secret Garden,” and ties to East Tennessee

    Nov. 16 event to feature great-granddaughter of Frances Hodgson Burnett

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    Carson-Newman Operation Inasmuch: 10 years of serving East Tennessee

    Weekend effort draws 550 C-N volunteers

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    University’s “BOOnett” offers safe trick-or-treat alternative

    Carson-Newman to host annual ÒBOOnettÓ trick-or-treat event Thursday, October 29

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    University continues energy-saving partnership

    Initiative moves from successful pilot program to new phase

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    Delta Omicron to host Halloween Benefit Concert

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Omicron will host its third annual Halloween Benefit Concert Tuesday, October 27

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    Operation Inasmuch 10th Anniversary

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    Homecoming 2015 in pictures

    Reflecting on a special weekend at Mossy Creek

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    Carson-Newman alumnus to host master class and vocal health lecture

    Carson-Newman University alumnus and baritone Dr. Allen Henderson will host a master class and a lecture on vocal health Friday, Oct. 23.

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    University to host pianist Holly Roadfeldt, Oct. 22

    Carson-Newman University will host a solo recital performance by pianist Holly Roadfeldt Thursday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Thomas Recital Hall.

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    University honors alumnus Dal Shealy with Founders’ Day Medallion

    Award recognizes commitment of alumnus and former Fellowship of Christian Athletes president

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    Carson-Newman announces future Lynn and Lyndsey Denton Gallery

    Gallery to house rare illuminated Bible

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    Homecoming 2015 celebrates nations of the world

    Carson-Newman University will celebrate its annual Homecoming activities Oct. 11-17, including a 5K run and walk, parade and football match-up against Newberry.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center to host Kentucky Poet Laureate, Oct. 16

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center will host Kentucky Poet Laureate George Ella Lyon for the Seventh Annual Henrietta Jenkins Memorial Homecoming Poetry Reading.

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    University’s Appalachian Outreach Ministry moves to 20,000 square-foot building

    Carson-Newman University's Appalachian Outreach has a new home with more space to carry out their ministry.

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    University’s First Couple visits Child Development Lab

    Carson-Newman President Randall OÕBrien and his wife, Kay, visited with children at the University's Child Development Lab.

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    Carson-Newman hosts first Eagles Engage volunteer fair

    About 120 students, faculty and staff members participated in Carson-Newman UniversityÕs first Eagles Engage volunteer opportunities fair Thursday, September 17.

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    University garners media attention with rare illuminated Bible

    Saint John's Bible volumes on display through Sunday, Sept. 27.

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    Event focuses on issues faced by women student-athletes

    Some 190 Carson-Newman women athletes filed into the University's Student Success Center for the first annual event devoted to female student-athletes.

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    Carson-Newman to host dramatic reading by author David Madden

    UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center will host ÒThe Last Bizarre Tale: A Dramatic Reading by David MaddenÓ Monday, September 28

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    University recital to feature guest pianist Martin Söderberg, Sept. 24

    Carson-Newman University will host a music recital by guest pianist Martin Șderberg, Thursday, Sept. 24.

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    Carson-Newman University acquires rare illuminated Bible

    Following its highly successful 2013-2014 gallery exhibit of the Saint John's Bible, Carson-Newman University has acquired its own seven-volume collection of the unique Bible.

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    Annual Ball Alumni Recital features Carson-Newman graduates Ellis and Hendrix

    Carson-Newman University will host its Ball Alumni Recital Thursday, September 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Thomas Recital Hall.

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    Women of Vision and KaTom holiday event to benefit students

    Carson-Newman University's Women of Vision (WOV) and Patricia Bible, president and CEO of KaTom Restaurant Supply, Inc. will co-host a pre-holiday season event on Saturday, September 26.

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    University to host civil rights attorney and legal scholar Dr. Peter Irons, Sept. 16-17

    Carson-Newman University will host American political activist, civil rights attorney and legal scholar Dr. Peter H. Irons, Sept. 16Ñ17 for two lectures.

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    U.S. News & World Report: Carson-Newman teaching is No. 1 in the South

    University also garners "Best Value" designation

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    2015 Pinnacle Dinner honors those supporting the University’s mission

    Carson-Newman recently held its 2015 Pinnacle Dinner, honoring those who support the University's mission and its students.

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    Carson-Newman sees historic enrollment

    University celebrates record-breaking enrollment in consecutive years

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    Carson-Newman University – Eagle Scholars 2015

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    Eagle Scholars 2015

    Carson-Newman University recently welcomed some 125 student-athletes into its Eagle Scholars Program.

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    Tenn. Secretary of State to visit with Carson-Newman students Sept. 3

    Carson-Newman University students will have the opportunity to visit with Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett on Thursday, September 3, when he visits campus.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces fall 2015 events

    Carson-Newman University's Appalachian Cultural Center has released its fall 2015 lineup of events.

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    Smith receives Carson-Newman’s Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award

    Carson-Newman University recognized Dr. Andrew Smith, assistant professor of religion, during its 2015 Fall Convocation. Smith was awarded the University's Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award.

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    Our Katrina Volunteers: Looking back 10 years

    In fall of 2005, Carson-Newman volunteers journeyed to Mississippi to help those devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

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    Carson-Newman No. 9 in the nation for 2015 says Washington Monthly

    Carson-Newman is only Tenn. school in ÒBaccalaureateÓ category to break into Top 10

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    University holds 2015 Convocation, signals start to new academic year

    Carson-Newman held its 2015 Convocation in Holt Fieldhouse, welcoming students, faculty and staff to new academic year.

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    University launches new campus safety app

    Carson-Newman is partnering with LiveSafe to foster better communication between campus security and students, faculty and staff.

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    WBIR Channel 10 highlights C-N’s launch of new Career Services

    Knoxville's WBIR-10 features the University's improved career services for students

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    Carson-Newman recognizes Miller and Newman with 2015 SOAR Award

    Carson-Newman awards 2015 SOAR Award

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    Remembering Jim Baumgardner

    The Carson-Newman community remembers Dr. Jim Baumgardner

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    Carson-Newman welcomes new class to campus

    University holds annual Prayer Walk and Welcome Ceremony

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    University recognizes service and contributions during start of new year

    Carson-Newman University presented several awards and recognitions to faculty and staff during its campus welcome assembly.

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    Move In Day 2015

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    JCTA presents University with $45,000 toward renewed tennis courts

    The Jefferson County Tennis Association (JCTA) recently presented Carson-Newman University with a check for $45,000 toward the school's tennis court resurfacing project.

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    University launches new and improved career services

    Carson-Newman University will re-launch the Office of Career Services, a branch of the Student Success Center, this fall.

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    WVLT 8 features Carson-Newman during “Our Town” Jefferson County

    While visiting Jefferson County, WVLT hosts visit campus and learn more about Carson-Newman.

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    Carson-Newman events to highlight 50th anniversary of Voting Rights Act

    University plans special campus events for 2015-2016

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    Carson-Newman University – Thank You, Baptist Builders

    Carson-Newman University - Thank You, Baptist Builders

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    Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library installs more than 50 new computers

    Carson-Newman is making major technological updates in Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library just in time for students to arrive for the fall semester.

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    Carson-Newman University football team to expand Day of Service beyond campus

    Carson-Newman University football team to expand Day of Service beyond campus

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    Why do you love Carson-Newman?

    Tell one of the worldÕs top magazines why you love Carson-Newman.

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    Sullivan publishes new book honoring mentor

    Carson-å_Newman University's Dean of Global Education Dr. Regina Sullivan has released a new book, "Varieties of Southern Religious History."

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    Buckner named dean of Adult and Graduate Studies

    Carson-Newman University has announced that Dr. Jeremy Buckner will serve as dean of Adult and Graduate Studies.

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    May-term students learn through Spain experience

    Twelve Carson-Newman University students traveled to the Galician region of Spain for three weeks as part of a May-term "Medieval Pilgrimage" course.

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    Brewer gift endows Carson-Newman’s Oxford Program, gives students “opportunity of a lifetime”

    Six-figure gift adds to couple's long list of University contributions

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    Baptist Builders set to save Carson-Newman $1 million

    About 30 Baptist Builders volunteers are spending part of their summer at Carson-Newman University helping with improvement projects across campus for the sixth straight year. They are here for two weeks, June 15-26.

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    Lighting the way: Faculty couple’s gift endows Oxford Studies Program

    Paul and Imogene Brewer are making Baptist history accesible to coming generations of Carson-Newman students through their endowment of a unique study opportunity.

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    University to host 18th annual Summer Music Camp

    More than 100 area students in grades five through 12 will participate in the Carson-Newman University Department of MusicÕs 18th annual Summer Music Camp for students June 22-27.

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    Carson-Newman to celebrate golden anniversary of U.S. Voting Rights Act

    University plans special campus events for 2015-2016

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    Mortar Board chapter earns national honors at Phoenix conference

    2015 marks eighth consecutive year chapter has earned honor

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    Sophomore’s educational plan supports longtime objective

    Tori Parker came to Carson-Newman University sure of her purpose. A rising sophomore, she is fulfilling a sense of calling that began in middle school.

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    Dr. Paul Percy named provost of University

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O'Brien has announced that Knoxville's Dr. Paul Percy will serve as the institution's provost and chief academic officer.

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    Clowney heads into SAC Hall of Fame

    Former Carson-Newman All-America linebacker and current defensive coordinator Mike Clowney will be inducted into the South Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame June 3.

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    WBIR Channel 10 features C-N medical mission trip to Haiti

    Knoxville's WBIR Channel 10 recently featured Carson-Newman's medical mission trip to Haiti.

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    University to host Association of Christian Librarians Conference

    Event to draw participants from across US, Canada and Guam

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    The Faces of Commencement

    A video glimpse at Spring Commencement 2015

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    The Faces of Commencement

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    University’s Child Development Lab hosts “Farm Day”

    Carson-Newman's Child Development Lab helps children discover the world around them.

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    Carson-Newman again named a 2015-16 “College of Distinction” and “Christian College of Distinction”

    National college guide highlights colleges that excel in student-focused education

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    Carson-Newman graduates challenged to “sprint toward goals”

    Carson-Newman University held its 2015 Spring Commencement on Friday, May 8.

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    Young Women of Promise gifts new campus swing to future students

    Carson-Newman University recently dedicated a new campus fixture on the grounds of Henderson Lawn.

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    University honors those announcing retirement

    Carson-Newman honored three retiring employees during a campus reception.

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    Omicron Delta Kappa chapter inducts 14 new members

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) inducted 14 new members at its initiation ceremony Thursday, April 30.

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    University honors those announcing retirement

    Campus community says "thank you" at December event.

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    WBIR Channel 10 covers Carson-Newman pre-med students preparing for Haiti medical mission trip

    Knoxville's WBIR Channel 10 recently interviewed Carson-Newman's Sue McBee and students Kara Cabbage and Austin Carrier about their upcoming medical mission trip to Haiti.

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    University announces Spring Commencement speakers

    Bradley Williams and Dr. David Crutchley will speak to Carson-Newman University's 2015 graduating class.

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    Owen, Brandes and Baumgardner honored with 2015 Alumni Awards

    Carson-Newman University honored three outstanding alumni during its Alumni Awards Banquet April 27 in Stokely Memorial Cafeteria.

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    University supporters gather together at Women of Vision annual event

    Carson-Newman University's Women of Vision recently held its 2015 Annual Gathering on campus.

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    Knoxville News Sentinel: McQueen stresses link between education, workforce

    TennesseeÕs newly appointed Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen recently spoke to a packed auditorium at Carson-Newman University.

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    Carson-Newman University honors faculty members

    Carson-Newman University recently recognized several members of its faculty with awards, recognitions and promotions during its final faculty meeting for the academic year.

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    Carson-Newman students make strong showing at NATS competition

    A Carson-Newman University student took home second-place in the Senior MenÕs Division of the Mid-South National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions at the University of Kentucky from April 17-18.

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    President O’Brien serves as chaplain for Tennessee Senate session

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O'Brien was invited April 15 to serve as "Chaplain of the Day for the Tennessee State Senate" in Nashville.

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    Alpha Chi chapter earns University’s student philanthropy award

    Carson-Newman University's Tennessee Delta chapter of Alpha Chi was recently honored with the University's Student Philanthropy Organization of the Year Award.

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    Carson-Newman alumnus Brooks honored by Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association

    Carson-Newman alumnus Brooks honored by Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association

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    Carson-Newman students to serve on University’s latest Haiti medical mission trip

    Nearly 20 Carson-Newman University students will go on a medical mission trip to Haiti to serve the underprivileged from May 8 to May 15. This marks the schoolÕs seventh mission trip to Haiti.

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    Family & Consumer Sciences honors McDougals with Service Award

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Department recognized the late Dr. Barbara McDougal and her husband, Sam McDougal with its highest honor during its annual honors banquet.

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    College Street Festival

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    “The World is our Neighborhood:” 2015 International Festival

    Carson-Newman welcomed campus and the greater community to its 2015 International Festival.

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    Carson-Newman’s International Festival – “The World is Our Neighborhood”

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    Tennessee Commissioner of Education to speak at Carson-Newman University

    TennesseeÕs newly appointed Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen will speak at Carson-Newman University Monday, April 27.

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    WBIR Channel 10 covers upcoming April 25 Women of Vision event

    Knoxville's WBIR Channel 10 covers upcoming Women of Vision's Annual Gathering

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    Carson-Newman’s Kappa Beta Xi welcomes new members

    Carson-Newman's Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Department recently held its annual initiation ceremony for its Kappa Beta Xi Chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu National Honor Society.

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    Bonner Center hosts Twin Pillars Banquet, honors service and engagement

    Carson-Newman University's Bonner Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement recently hosted an April 9 Twin Pillars Banquet.

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    University recognizes 24/7 service during Resident Assistants Appreciation Week

    Carson-Newman University is taking a week from April 13-17 to thank its resident assistants for serving the school and its students.

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    Carson-Newman to host orator, author, artist Eric Samuel Timm for April 14 chapel

    Carson-Newman University will host orator, author and artist Eric Samuel Timm to speak and perform at its chapel service Tuesday, April 14

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    Drs. Trentham and Clark receive prestigious Carson-Newman honors

    Carson-Newman University celebrated two members of its faculty during its Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 9.

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    University honors students with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award

    Seniors Ashlyn Stanton and David Warren receive highest honor for students

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    University to host poetry reading by celebrated Irish poets Dallat and Fyfe

    Carson-NewmanÕs English Department will welcome celebrated Irish poets C. L. Dallat and Anne-Marie Fyfe to read from their poetry collections Friday, April 10.

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    President O’Brien invited to open Tennessee Senate session with prayer

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O'Brien will serve as Minister of the Day for the Tennessee Senate on April 15 in Nashville.

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    Dave Barnes to headline College Street Festival, April 18

    Carson-Newman University will host a Saturday, April 18 concert featuring Grammy Award-nominated songwriter Dave Barnes.

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    University holds fifth annual Research, Creativity, and Performance Day, April 8

    Carson-Newman University will hold its fifth annual Research, Creativity and Performance Day, Wednesday, April 8.

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    Princeton Review: Carson-Newman “one of the best in the Southeast” for 2016

    The Princeton Review has again named Carson-Newman University as one of the best schools in the Southeast.

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    Carson-Newman religion professor Ballard releases new book

    Dr. Wayne Ballard, a professor of religion at Carson-Newman University, has released a new book, "The Exile and Beyond," from Smyth & Helwys Publishing.

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    Carson-Newman hosts East Tennessee high school counselors at special March event

    Event proves to be popular among high school counselors

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    University to host International Festival, April 1

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Center for Global Education will host its International Festival Wednesday, April 1 from 3-6 p.m.

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    Carson-Newman students take home top honors from Alpha Chi Convention in Chicago

    Students from Carson-Newman's Tennessee Delta chapter of Alpha Chi won four student awards and one chapter award at the 2015 Alpha Chi National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.

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    Carson-Newman named to President’s Honor Roll for Service

    Carson-Newman University has been named to the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.

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    University to host award-winning author Rita Sims Quillen

    Carson-Newman's Appalachian Cultural Center will host a reading by celebrated Appalachian author Rita Sims Quillen at 7 p.m. Monday, March 30, in the Appalachian Cultural Center.

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    Carson-Newman forensics team named state champions

    Forensics win earns the University its seventh state championship in nine years

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    University art exhibit to feature one of Jefferson County’s own

    Carson-Newman University will host an exhibit by local artist David Seal starting March 29.

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    University to host panel discussion on treatment for addiction, March 26

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Department of Nursing will host a panel discussion about treatment for addiction Thursday, March 26.

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    Carson-Newman honors couple’s work in Appalachia with University award

    Carson-Newman University awarded its 26th Annual Outstanding Educational Service to Appalachia Award to the Rev. Lawrence and Martha Baldridge.

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    The power of partnership

    Carson-Newman University and Appalachian Electric partnership benefits region

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    Carson-Newman students spend spring break serving others

    Spring break trips took on a unique meaning for 150 Carson-Newman University students who spent their time off involved in service projects from Jefferson City to the Dominican Republic earlier this month.

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    University announces annual Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival, March 18

    Carson-Newman University will hold its annual Mossy Creek Documentary Arts Festival, Wednesday, March 18.

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    Joan Cronan to headline University’s annual Women of Vision gathering, April 25

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Women of Vision (WOV) will hold its Annual Gathering on Saturday, April 25.

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    “The Soul of a Christian University”

    As nations require a constitution to establish jurisdiction, so religions depend upon a canon to provide jurisprudence. A nation which nullifies...

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    University to honor Baldridges with Service to Appalachia Award

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center has announced the Rev. Lawrence and Martha Baldridge as recipients of the 26th Annual Outstanding Educational Service to Appalachia Award.

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    President O’Brien to present Russell Bradley Jones lecture, March 5

    Carson-Newman University will present its annual Russell Bradley Jones lecture Thursday, March 5.

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    Carson-Newman University to host Fogg and Hussung recital, March 3

    Carson-Newman University will host a March 3, duo-piano recital featuring Drs. Ryan Fogg and Mark Hussung.

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    U.S. News & World Report: Carson-Newman joins the national conversation on making education more accessible

    Read U.S. News & World Report's feature on how Carson-Newman is embracing the future of higher education in Tennessee.

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    EVENT CANCELLED: Carson-Newman to host Smoky Mountain Counseling Association Conference, Feb. 21

    Area counseling professionals are invited to the ninth annual Smoky Mountain Counseling Association (SMCA) Conference Saturday, Feb. 21, at Carson-Newman University.

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    Our Snowy Carson-Newman

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    Carson-Newman University’s Kina Mallard named president of Reinhardt University

    Carson-Newman University Executive Vice President and Provost Kina Mallard has been named president of Reinhardt University.

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    WVLT Channel 8 story features C-N student with a heart for helping those with cancer

    Carson-Newman student Tori Parker was recently the focus of a story by Knoxville's WVLT Channel 8.

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    University to host open house at Pellissippi State, Feb. 17

    Event welcomes graduate students, those curious about C-N options

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    Knoxville attorney Janet Hayes elected chair of Carson-Newman University’s Board of Trustees

    Strawberry Plains' Janet Hayes began serving as chair of Carson-Newman University's Board of Trustees this month.

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    University to host “An Evening with Clay Matthews,” February 9

    Carson-Newman University will host "An Evening with Clay Matthews" on Monday, Feb. 9.

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    Bonner Center to host 2nd annual Appalachian Summit on Service-Learning, Feb. 7

    Carson-Newman University will host its 2nd annual Appalachian Summit on Service-Learning Pedagogy & Practice on Feb. 7.

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    U.S. Air Force Band jazz ensemble to perform at Carson-Newman, Feb. 3

    Carson-Newman University will host a concert by Shades of Blue, the jazz ensemble from the U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America.

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    President O’Brien speaks at MLK Day breakfast in Morristown

    Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O'Brien was the featured speaker of the Morristown Task Force for Diversity's sixth annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day breakfast.

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    St. Louis’ Dr. Ronald Bobo to deliver Ashe-Henderson Worship Series

    Carson-Newman University will celebrate its 34th annual Ashe-Henderson Worship Series Jan. 27Ñ29.

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    University to host launch of Sapling Grove Press

    Carson-Newman University will host a special evening dedicated to the launch of Sapling Grove Press on Monday, Jan. 26 at 4 p.m.

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    Knoxville News Sentinel: Carson-Newman to offer associate degree in fall

    The Knoxville News Sentinel covers C-N's new AA degree option for students.

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    New degree option makes Carson-Newman a Tennessee Promise institution

    Carson-Newman University has announced it will offer a new Associate of Arts degree in liberal studies beginning fall of 2015.

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    Legacy of love lends support without strings

    A thriving Carson-Newman relationship traces its origins to 1945 and an unfinished freshman year.

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    University to release Winter/Spring 2015 issue of Journey magazine

    University to release new issue of Journey in coming weeks.

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    Getting My Voice

    This piece first appeared in the Nov./ Dec. 2014 issue of Gold Rush, the magazine of Wake Forest Athletics. It is used here with permission.

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    University receives $1 million gift from Knoxvillian in honor of his family

    Carson-Newman University has announced that Knoxville resident Roy Cockrum has donated $1 million to the University.

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    Bush Brothers chairman speaks to Carson-Newman University graduates

    Carson-Newman University held its Winter Commencement Undergraduate Ceremony on Friday morning, Dec. 12.

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    Chick-fil-A at Carson-Newman will be closed for holiday break

    Chick-fil-A at Carson-Newman University will be closed during the UniversityÕs holiday break.

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    Bush Brothers chairman to deliver Winter Commencement address

    Carson-Newman University will hold its Winter Commencement for undergraduates on Friday, Dec. 12 in Holt Fieldhouse.

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    University presents “An Evening with Mary Bozeman Hodges”

    To help celebrate the season, Carson-Newman will present ÒAn Evening with Mary Bozeman HodgesÓ on Monday, Dec. 1.

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    University’s Lang and Gass announce new book honoring Jefferson City history

    New book honors Jefferson City and its residents

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    Public invited to outdoor Tree Lighting Service, Dec. 2

    Carson-Newman University will usher in the Christmas season with an outdoor Tree Lighting Service on Tuesday, Dec. 2.

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    Chick-fil-A at Carson-Newman will be closed for Thanksgiving holiday

    Chick-fil-A at Carson-Newman University will be closed during the Thanksgiving holiday.

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    Carson-Newman University Hunger Games adds pop culture twist to fundraising

    Carson-Newman University held its fourth installment of its Hunger Games over the weekend, raising $12,700 for charities.

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    Carson-Newman Hunger Games 2014 – Arena Peek

    Carson-Newman Hunger Games 2014 - Arena Peek

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    University event to celebrate international community, Nov. 18

    Carson-Newman University will celebrate its diverse, international community through a Nov. 18 event on campus.

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    Carson-Newman Hunger Games to benefit 10 East Tennessee charities

    Carson-Newman University will hold its fourth installment of its own Hunger Games this weekend while supporting 10 East Tennessee causes.

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    Carson-Newman, KCS to present fall concert at Knoxville’s historic Tennessee Theatre, Nov. 16

    Combined choirs of Carson-Newman University and the Knoxville Choral Society will perform at the historic Tennessee Theatre, Nov. 16.

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    Homecoming 2014 in pictures

    Carson-Newman alumni and friends celebrate Homecoming 2014

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    Third World issues the focus of University’s Missions Emphasis Week

    Carson-Newman University will seek to raise awareness of issues affecting Third World countries during its Missions Emphasis Week, Nov. 3 Ñ 8.

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    Omega Gallery to host exhibit by Knoxville Watercolor Society

    Carson-Newman University will host a special art exhibition featuring work by members of the Knoxville Watercolor Society.

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    University presents Wallaces with Founders’ Day honor

    During its annual FoundersÕ Day service, Carson-Newman University awarded the FoundersÕ Day Medallion to SeviervilleÕs Richard and Patsy Wallace. The award is one of the most prestigious honors given by the institution.

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    Carson-Newman’s Underwood to give Oct. 26 Knoxville poetry reading

    Carson-Newman University Professor of English and poet Dr. Susan OÕDell Underwood will give a poetry reading at KnoxvilleÕs Union Avenue Books on Sunday, Oct. 26.

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    Happy Fall!

    Happy Fall!

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    Come Home to Carson-Newman University for Homecoming 2014

    Come Home to Carson-Newman University for Homecoming 2014

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    Coach Sparks ties Bear Bryant on all-time wins list

    With a win against Tusculum College over the weekend, Coach Ken Sparks moved to fifth on football's all-time wins list.

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    KSO String Quartet to perform Oct. 30 at Carson-Newman University

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Concert-Lecture Series presents the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Principal String Quartet for an Oct. 30 concert.

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    Homecoming 2014 offers dozens of events

    Carson-Newman University will celebrate its annual Homecoming festivities throughout the week, culminating with SaturdayÕs class reunions, open houses, a parade and football game against North Greenville University.

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    Kentucky’s former poet laureate to be featured at Oct. 24 poetry reading

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Sixth Annual Henrietta Jenkins Memorial Homecoming Poetry Reading will feature former Poet Laureate of Kentucky Joe Survant on Friday, Oct. 24.

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    Campus flocks to Student Success Open House and Cookout

    To celebrate its new location, the Student Success Center recently partnered with 21st Mortgage to host a cookout for the campus community.

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    FCS Department honors Carroll for leadership

    The Family and Consumer Sciences Department recently honored the leadership of Dr. Diana Carroll during its Advisory Board meeting.

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    Campus community invited to Oct. 9 Student Success Open House and Cookout

    Carson-NewmanÕs Student Success Center is hosting a Student Success Open House and Cookout on Thursday, Oct. 9.

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    Eagles Stir the Nest on Gameday

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    University and Jefferson County community welcome Chick-fil-A to campus

    Carson-Newman University, in partnership with Aramark, officially welcomed Chick-fil-A to campus during an October 1 Dedication Celebration.

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    Fogg to present Oct. 7 solo recital at Carson-Newman University

    Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Dr. Ryan Fogg will present a solo piano recital on Tuesday, Oct. 7.

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    Carson-Newman community bands together for ninth annual Operation Inasmuch

    Over 630 Carson-Newman volunteers take part in the ninth annual Operation Inasmuch service blitz.

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    A look back at a summer of experiences

    Students look back at how they spent their summer months.

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    University hosts Dean’s List reception for students

    Reception honors students making University's Dean's List.

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    KaTom CEO Patricia Bible speaks at Carson-Newman University

    KaTom Founder, President and CEO Patricia Bible recently spoke with Carson-Newman University students as part of the Executive Speaker Series, sponsored by the UniversityÕs Business Department.

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    Community invited to Chick-fil-A dedication at Carson-Newman

    Chick-fil-A at Carson-Newman University invites the public to attend a Dedication Celebration on Wednesday, Oct. 1, from 11 a.m. Ñ to 12 p.m.

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    Justin Phillips to speak at Carson-Newman University

    Dr. Justin Phillips will deliver Carson-NewmanÕs Carlyle Marney Lecture Thursday, October 2, at 9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary of Jefferson City First Baptist Church.

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    Operation Inasmuch kicks off September 27

    Carson-Newman University will host its annual Operation Inasmuch service blitz Saturday, Sept. 27.

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    Carson-Newman 2014 Summer Improvements

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    This is their story. Guatemala

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    One for the Books: University announces largest enrollment in 163-year history

    Carson-Newman University begins the fall semester with its largest enrollment in its 163-year history.

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    A look at Block Party 2014!

    In what has become one of the most popular "welcome back" traditions, Block Party 2014 proved a huge success.

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    U.S. News & World Report: Carson-Newman is “A Great School at a Great Price” and an “Up-and-Comer”

    Carson-Newman University has been called both a Ògreat school at a great priceÓ and a Òup-and-comerÓ by U.S. News & World Report in its 2015 Best Colleges rankings.

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    Carson-Newman to celebrate Constitution Day

    Carson-Newman University will recognize the 227th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution on Wednesday, Sept. 17, with former Tennessee Supreme Court Justice and University of Tennessee College of Law Professor, Penny White.

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    Carson-Newman named one of the “Best in the Southeast”

    The Princeton Review has again named Carson-Newman University as one of the best schools in the Southeast.

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    Drs. Hawkins and McClellan honored with Teaching Excellence and Leadership Awards

    The University recognized Drs. Kim Hawkins and John McClellan during its 2014 Convocation Ceremony.

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    Appalachian Cultural Center announces fall events

    ÒAn Evening with Jeff Daniel MarionÓ on Sept. 8 is the first of several events this fall sponsored by Carson-Newman UniversityÕs Appalachian Cultural Center.

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    WATE Channel 6 covers Carson-Newman’s No. 7 national ranking

    Knoxville's WATE Ch. 6 talks with C-N's Dr. Kina Mallard about Washington Monthly's recent rankings.

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    University’s Mortar Board chapter nationally recognized

    Panathenees chapter earns Golden Torch and Project Excellence Awards at national conference.

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    Carson-Newman University No. 7 in the Nation says Washington Monthly

    Carson-Newman moves up three places in newest ranking by national publication.

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    University to hold Eagle Scholars Ceremony, celebrate program’s growth

    Student-athletes to be focus of 2nd annual Eagle Scholars Ceremony.

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    President O’Brien accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    President O'Brien joins the social media buzz- all for a great cause.

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    Music, food and friends highlight this year’s Block Party 2014

    What if you threw a party and the whole campus came? Hundreds of students, faculty and staff took part in Block Party 2014.

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