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Catawba College Performs Eagle’s Hotel California with Album’s Producer as Guest

April 23, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Students
It is quickly becoming a tradition. The Catawba College Vernaculars will again perform one of the greatest albums of all time live with an individual central to its creation as special guest. Last year, it was Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours with Ken Caillat, the album’s producer on hand, and 2015 brings…
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New Members Inducted into the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society at Catawba

April 23, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Events, Students
Catawba College's Tau Eta Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national biological honor society, inducted 18 members at its annual induction ceremony on April 9. The inductees will be lifetime members of Tri-Beta. At the ceremony held in the Center for the Environment on campus, graduating seniors who…
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Catawba Honors Students Examine Death and Dying in Spring Semester Class

April 22, 2015
Category: Academics, English, Psychology, Students
 Students in the "Joining the Choir Invisible: On Death and Dying" course Fuller and Wood Most college students arrive on campus expecting to live a long, long life and planning to take courses focusing on the ways that humans live and think, knowing, as Socrates says, that "the unexamined life…
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Catawba Senior Cole McDonnell to Direct Live Performance of Pink Floyd’s The Wall

April 20, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Theatre Arts
The strains of Pink Floyd’s The Wall will be heard on the Catawba campus on May 4th when senior music major Cole McDonnell of Scranton, Pa., and his peers in the Music and Theatre Arts Departments, perform it as McDonnell’s senior project. Under McDonnell’s direction, these musicians have been…
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Three Catawba Students Have Poems Published

April 20, 2015
Category: Academics, English, Students, Theatre Arts
Three Catawba College students have had poems published in The Lyricist, Campbell University's annual literary magazine. The Lyricist accepted the following poems by Sara Sellers, a Writing and Literature major from Salisbury: “On the Porch” and “After the Writer’s Life, Hell Should Be Easy.”…
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