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National honor society champions C-N professor for leadership

Dr. Kip Wheeler stands with Alpha Chi member Libby Turner of Chattanooga. Turner, a Carson-Newman junior, competed in the Gaston-Noelle category during this year's national convention. Her paper was titled, "A Common Plea: Understanding the Underdog in the 17th Century."


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