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Carson-Newman unveils official University specialty plate for Tenn.

Carson-Newman President Randall O’Brien and Executive Vice President and Provost Kina Mallard recently helped unveil the University’s new Tennessee license plate. The design features Carson-Newman’s new University seal. The specialty plate reflects C-N’s name change from “College” to “University,” a move the institution took in February 2013. The plate is available at local county clerk’s offices.


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