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Homecoming Photo Reflections

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(Top L2R)
1. Howard Murphy ’90 receives his colonel pins (eagles) in a ceremony outside C-N’s ROTC offices.
2. Mary Brandes ’71 shares a laugh with friends outside Burnett Hall.
3. C-N students Lauren Hughes and Amber Hardy have their caricature drawn by artist Brent Brown.

(Middle L2R)

1. Dr. Randall and Kay O’Brien visit with Jim Forney ’52 in the newly renovated lobby of Burnett Hall.
2. Drew and nursing graduate Audra Edwards ’11 of Savannah, Georgia, visit with Dr. Greg Casalenuovo outside Pedersen Nursing Building. This year the department is celebrating 30 years of nursing at C-N.
3. Poet Jesse Graves, left, and Mary Patton Sarros ’63 visit with Professor of English Dr. Ernest Lee at the Henrietta Jenkins 4th Annual Poetry Reading.

(Bottom L2R)

1 .C-N international students represent the Center for Global Education in this year’s homecoming parade. (photo by Garrett Nunn)
2. Junior running back Tyron Douglas breaks free as the Eagles defeat North Greenville University in a 52-10 homecoming victory. (photo by Garret Nunn)
3. Seniors Katelyn Davenport and Luke Konkle are crowned Homecoming king and queen. They are flanked by (left to right) John-Mark Brown ’12, the 2011 homecoming king, President Randall O’Brien, and the 2011 homecoming queen Amy (Cate) Campbell ’12. (photo by Garrett Nunn)

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