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First Annual Salisbury Idol Contest: $1000 Grand Prize

April 11, 2007
Category: Business & Economics, Events, Music, Students
;;;;Meet the Top Twelve!Maybe it's something in the water. Maybe it's the Carolina sunshine. Maybe it's the barbeque. Whatever it is, North Carolina has given the world more than its fair share of singing idols, including Clay Aiken of Raleigh, Fantasia Barrino of High Point, and Kellie Pickler of…
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Catawba College's Young Artist in Residence Is Finalist in International Songwriting Competition

February 7, 2007
Category: Alumni, Business & Economics, Music, Staff
One of Catawba College's 2006 graduates, who was the first place winner of the BMI Foundation's 9th Annual John Lennon Scholarship Awards, is a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC). Dennis Reed of Charlotte, who majored in music business at Catawba and now serves as Catawba's…
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Catawba College's Business Advisory Board to Hold Second Meeting

February 7, 2007
Category: Business & Economics, Faculty
A new Catawba College Business Advisory Board has recently been formed which will offer assistance to the Ketner School of Business. The 31-member Board, which has held its initial meeting and plans to reconvene March 16, consists of local and regional business professionals. According to Phillip J.…
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Catawba College's Young Artist in Residence Is Finalist in International Songwriting Competition

February 7, 2007
Category: Alumni, Business & Economics, Music, Staff
One of Catawba College's 2006 graduates, who was the first place winner of the BMI Foundation's 9th Annual John Lennon Scholarship Awards, is a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC). Dennis Reed of Charlotte, who majored in music business at Catawba and now serves as Catawba's…
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Catawba College's Business Advisory Board to Hold Second Meeting

February 7, 2007
Category: Business & Economics, Faculty
A new Catawba College Business Advisory Board has recently been formed which will offer assistance to the Ketner School of Business. The 31-member Board, which has held its initial meeting and plans to reconvene March 16, consists of local and regional business professionals. According to Phillip J.…
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