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Meg Wolitzer Shares Her Writer's Perspective at Annual Symposium

March 8, 2014
Category: Events
Author Meg Wolitzer says she never forgets how fortunate she is to make her living as a writer. She shared that good fortune with the audience when she spoke at Catawba College's 28th annual Brady Author's Symposium on March 6. Wolitzer, with multiple novels to her credit including The Uncoupling…
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Robertson College-Community Center Marks Its 50th Anniversary

February 28, 2014
Category: Events, Faculty, Theatre Arts
If the walls of the Robertson College-Community Center on Catawba College's campus could talk, they'd tell of laughter, tears, music, celebration, and the staged and real comedies and tragedies that have occurred over the past half century in both the campus community and the Rowan-Salisbury…
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Big Idea Business Plan Competition Begins March 1

February 28, 2014
Category: Business & Economics, Events
Would-be entrepreneurs in Rowan County have a chance to vie for cash prizes  in the Big Idea Business Plan Competition that begins March 1st and runs through  March 21st. The competition is sponsored by Catawba College's Ketner School of Business as a way to promote entrepreneurship and an…
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Public Invited to Choral Program, "Let All Creation Sing"

February 24, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Students
The Catawba Singers and the Catawba Chamber Singers will present the first of their two spring concerts at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 2 in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on the Catawba College campus. The program, "Let All Creation Sing," will feature texts with references to all of God's creation. The…
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Female Professionals Share Workplace Advice with Catawba's Female Students

February 18, 2014
Category: Alumni, Business & Economics, Events, Students
"I didn't see it coming," Salisbury attorney and Catawba College Trustee Mona Lisa Wallace told a gathering of Catawba female students. She was describing the gender inequity she encountered when fresh out of Wake Forest Law School she entered the workplace. "No one would hire me to be a trial…
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