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Homecoming 2014 in pictures

Crisp air, fall colors and the buzz of activity across campus set the stage for Homecoming 2014. Helping start the Saturday morning, the Appalachian Cultural Center held a special recognition and dedication for recent renovations undertaken at the Center. The project was made possible by the University’s Women of Vision organization. Pictured at the event are Anne Marie Potts, Mary Ellen Darby, Pam Hester and Appalachian Cultural Center Director Jennifer Hall.  To see more homecoming photos, visit Carson-Newman’s Facebook page.

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