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Catawba Students Assist with V.A. Hospital’s Spring Fling Prom

March 24, 2015
Category: Athletics, Events, Students
Members of Catawba College’s Helen Foil Beard Women’s Society and the Cheerleading Squad teamed up to help out at the March 21th Spring Fling Prom at the Hefner Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Salisbury. These students, who used the occasion as a community service project, dressed up and were…
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Catawba Participates in 2015 Salisbury Sculpture Show

March 20, 2015
Category: Events
"Creatures of the Sky Arch II" by Jim Gallucci   "Cubes in Motion" by Hannah Jubran Catawba, along with the three other higher education institutions in Salisbury, is participating in the 2015 Salisbury Sculpture Show thanks to generous donor gifts. This is the seventh year of the…
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Author John Hart Comes Home to Salisbury for Catawba’s Brady Symposium

March 20, 2015
Category: English, Events
Author John Hart says he tries to approach every book he writes “as an act of trust and faith.”  Hart, a Salisbury native, came home on Thursday, March 19, to deliver the keynote address to Catawba College’s 29th annual Brady Author’s Symposium and seemed to enjoy the time he spent in the Robertson…
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Catawba’s Freshman Class Hosts Community Yard Sale March 28th

March 20, 2015
Category: Events, Staff, Students
Catawba College’s Freshman Class Student Government Association will host a community yard sale between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, March 28 at the Robertson College-Community Center on campus, right off of West Innes Street. There will be plenty of parking available at the venue, high visibility,…
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Catawba Students Volunteer to Help Preserve Piedmont Longleaf Pine

March 18, 2015
Category: English, Environmental Science, Events, Students
Seventeen Catawba College students spent the first cold and clear day of their Spring Break volunteering with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to preserve Piedmont longleaf pine. The students traveled one hour northeast to Montgomery County — near the the Uwharrie National Forest — to visit Black Ankle…
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