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Campus News - Marietta Daily Journal


Campus News
Marietta Daily Journal
The following students were inducted into the Order of Gownsmen at the University of the South during the Opening Convocation on Jan. 16 – Charles Mitchell Warren and Evelyn Margit Ahnrud, both of the Cumberland area; and Alexander Pope Arnold of ...

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NEW LAW PRACTICE OPENS IN ALTAMONT - Grundy County Herald


NEW LAW PRACTICE OPENS IN ALTAMONT
Grundy County Herald
While at Sewanee, he worked as student equipment manager of the football program, served in the student government, and was a member of the Order of Gownsmen Honor Society. During his tenure at the University he also worked with the Tennessee ...

AROUND TOWN: Celebrating 67 years of love - Wicked Local Norwell


AROUND TOWN: Celebrating 67 years of love
Wicked Local Norwell
Congratulations to Douglas and Dorothy! Douglas A. and Dorothy A. (Dutton) Donahue celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Jan. 25 at a family party planned for them by their children. For the happy occasion, they all gathered at the home ...

Krissy DeAlejandro, 40 under 40. She is the executive director of tnAchieves, - Knoxville News Sentinel


Knoxville News Sentinel

Krissy DeAlejandro, 40 under 40. She is the executive director of tnAchieves,
Knoxville News Sentinel
... Girl Scout Council of Southern Appalachians; Member, University of Tennessee Chancellor's Associates, Introduction Knoxville 2007, Tennessee Technology Center Advisory Council, Pond Gap Elementary Advisory Council, Order of Gownsman, University ...

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Tennessee College Road Trip: Sewanee—University of the South - U.S. News & World Report


Tennessee College Road Trip: Sewanee—University of the South
U.S. News & World Report
Top students can earn a place in the Order of Gownsmen, a governing body and honor society whose members are distinguished by a black academic robe they can wear on campus. "I feel like Harry Potter sometimes," says recent graduate Gracie Becker, ...

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Education Briefs - Week of 2/13 - Huntersville Herald


Huntersville Herald

Education Briefs - Week of 2/13
Huntersville Herald
Fuel Pizza and Assistant Principal, Leona Itzhaki, hosted a pizza party for Mary Raymond's first-grade class at Blythe Elementary School to celebrate the beginning of their "pizza garden." The class was chosen as participants in the Food to Fork program.