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Annual Campus-Wide “Food Fight”

Student Success is hosting our Annual Food Drive to support THE STORE Food Pantry from 9/12/22-9/28/22. Building against building, our faculty and staff gather non-perishable food items and personal hygiene products for fill the shelves for our students. Annual Food Fight winner is announced on C-N Serve Day and is receives an award, a cake […]

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Weekly EPC Meeting

Ted Russell Hall, Room 151

Join us for EPC's weekly meetings! We make fun happen on campus, and this means our meetings too. We have personal development opportunities, play fun games to bond with others, and plan upcoming events for student life. All are welcome!

80’s Theme Club with YOKE

Butler-Blanc GYM 1646 Russell Ave,, Jefferson City, TN

YOKE Youth Ministries is hosting an event to spread the word about what YOKE is and what it stands for. This event will include pizza, games, bible study, and worship.

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RUF Large Group

Maddox Student Activities Center, Lounge

Join us for food, worship, and Bible study in the MSAC Lounge!

RUF Large Group

MSAC Lounge

Gather with us for RUF Large Group! We’ll sing, read God’s Word, and enjoy time together for our weekly large group gathering.

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Young Life in College

Butler-Blanc Basement

You are invited to Young Life in College! Young Life in College gives college students an opportunity to be involved in ministry to local high schools and middle schools, to grow in their faith and to be in a community of Christians.

Solo Senior Exhibit by Robin Bell

Student Gallery Located in the Warren Art Building, Jefferson City, TN

Student Gallery exhibit dates: September 11 through September 23, 2022. The Student Gallery is located in the Warren Art Building, on the main campus of Carson-Newman University; in Jefferson City, Tennessee. Regular gallery hours are M-F, 8am - 4pm. University website: www.cn.edu. Gallery and Exhibitions Director is Mr. David Underwood Phone 865-471-3572

(CLW) Jody Bradley: And Still We Dance! A Story of Cherokee Resilience

Appalachian Cultural Center

This is the closing talk for the gallery, "And Still We Dance! A Story of Cherokee Resilience," by artist Jody Bradley. “And Still, We Dance: A Story of Cherokee Resiliency” is a series of paintings/mixed media depicting the history and culture of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.  

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BCM Weekly Service

First Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall

All students are invited for fellowship, late-night snacks, Bible study, activities, and corporate worship lead by Seed Co. Band.