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Eagle hunt launched on campus

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 (Nov. 4, 2013) — How well do you know Carson-Newman campus?

The University Relations Office at Carson-Newman is hosting Eagle Hunt, a campus-wide scavenger hunt open to all students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Eagle Hunt runs today Nov. 4 through noon on Nov. 11, and takes place anywhere on our campus. Get involved and find out just how much you know about our campus.

We’re hosting this fun competition that brings us all together during one of the most beautiful seasons of the year.

Here’s how it works: University Relations has hidden two stuffed Eagle animals per day for the next seven days across campus. You’ll find clues daily on the Carson-Newman Social Media Facebook page that will help you find our Eagles.

We’ll reward $25 per Eagle that is returned to University Relations in Fite Administration Building. Any person can return up to two Eagles for a total of $50 prize money.

Fun and rewarding. We can’t wait to see you coming with your Eagles!

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