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Scot-e-News May 2017

Clayton Center for the Arts 2017-18 SeasonClayton Center season performers

The Clayton Center for the Arts recently announced its 2017-18 season, which opens Sept. 16 with Travis LeDoyt: Tribute to the King. The season includes a variety of performances, including Trace Adkins, the Guy Mendilow Ensemble: Tales from a Forgotten Kingdom, The Sound of Music, Riders in the Sky and the Quebe Sisters, TAO: Drum Heart and more. Partial season packages and full season subscriptions are available now, and individual tickets will be available starting July 17. For more information, visit the Clayton Center website or call the Clayton Center Box Office at 865.981.8590.

2017 grads


Approximately 250 members of the Maryville College Class of 2017 graduated during the College’s commencement ceremony on May 21. Watch the videos, view the photos and read the stories to experience graduation weekend all over again!
Bravo Award sign in front of Crawford House

Bravo Award

For making its 141-year-old home more environmentally friendly and for pushing ecological stewardship among the Maryville College community, Mountain Challenge has earned the Dee Lidvall Sustainable Stewardship Award, one of Keep Blount Beautiful’s annual BRAVO! awards. Read the press release on the MC website.

KT Week group photo

KT Week 2017

The 21st Annual Kin Takahashi Week was held June 5-9 on campus. There were 127 volunteers who contributed over 3,000 hours of work and completed more than 60 projects. View the wrap-up to watch the video, read about the projects and see the photos!
Expanding Horizons 2017 participants

Expanding Horizons

A group of 13 high school youth from Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama spent the week of June 4-9 on the Maryville College campus for Expanding Horizons, an annual retreat program designed to stimulate theological investigation while fostering community and building leadership capacity in high school youth. Read more about this year's program!
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