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Photo Contest Offers Winners Place on C-N Web Page

Eagle Eye is a new photography contest open to Carson-Newman students. Winners will have their selected photo as the landing page on www.cn.edu for one day during finals week and receive a t-shirt. Entries will be accepted until midnight Thursday, May 3rd.

“This is another great chance for students to share their perspective on the Carson-Newman experience,” said Parker Leake, senior director for College Communications. “The landing page photos have taken on a ‘must-see’ quality that draws thousands of unique viewers each day. Students follow the pages with fervor, so we are pleased to be able to give them an opportunity to help tell our story in pictures.”

Current C-N students can capture a campus activity, scene or official event and submit it to College Communications, which will oversee the selection process. Photos must be horizontal in format, of high resolution and feature a focal point that is located in the upper half of the image.

For more information, contest rules and a submission link, see www.cn.edu/eagleeye.

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