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University earns multiple honors at national convention

Carson-Newman University earned multiple awards at this year’s Gamma Sigma Sigma service sorority’s national convention. Carson-Newman students Caly Baker and Katlyn Jordan represented C-N’s Gamma Pi chapter, which earned Outstanding Chapter in its District, Mountain Mover Award and Most Spirited. Carson-Newman also won the March of Babies service competition.

Individually, Jordan earned the Serve 100 award, Outstanding Collegiate, Doreece Hines Emerging Leader Award, and Lynne Mowers Outstanding Leadership Award. District 5 Director and 2018 C-N alumna Amanda McCann noted this year’s showing was the most awards earned by C-N’s chapter in its 54-year history.

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