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Catawba College's Theatre Arts Department Highly Ranked in The Princeton Review's “The Best 357 Colleges” Guide

August 22, 2004
Category: Academics, Theatre Arts
If a strong theatre arts program is what you’re after, Catawba College’s Theatre Arts Department ranks number two in the nation. That is according to the 2005 edition of The Princeton Review’s “The Best 357 Colleges” guide which hit bookstands Tuesday, August 17.In the…
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Members of Class of 2008 Move in at Catawba College

August 22, 2004
Category: Academics, Events, Students
Despite clouds, rainfall, isolated flooding and the threat of tornadoes caused by Hurricane Charley’s passage through the Carolinas, approximately 250 members of the Class of 2008 moved into their residence halls at Catawba College Saturday.Students and their parents, concerned about how the…
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Catawba College Receives Gift from National Starch and Chemical Foundation

July 28, 2004
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry
Catawba College has received a $2,000 gift from National Starch and Chemical Foundation. The funds will be used for scholarship support.According to Catawba College President Dr. Robert Knott, scholarship support, like that provided by the recent gift from National Starch and Chemical Foundation,…
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Catawba College Receives Gift from National Starch and Chemical Foundation

July 28, 2004
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry
Catawba College has received a $2,000 gift from National Starch and Chemical Foundation. The funds will be used for scholarship support.According to Catawba College President Dr. Robert Knott, scholarship support, like that provided by the recent gift from National Starch and Chemical Foundation,…
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Scholarship at Catawba College Established with Estate Gift

June 29, 2004
Category: Academics
The Claude H. and Ruth L. Trexler Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund has been established at Catawba College with a gift from the estates of the late couple. The scholarship will be awarded to needy students who desire to become teachers in Rowan County.The late Mr. and Mrs. Trexler were natives of…
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