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January Forum Speaker Was Baptized in Sweet Tea

January 7, 2014
Category: Events
Burger Commenting on Ken Burger's most recent novel, "Salkehatchie Soup," Pat Conroy wrote: "Nobody picks at the scabs of South Carolina like her native son Ken Burger." Burger is the featured speaker at the next Catawba College Community Forum at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 21, 2014. Ken…
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Students Learn That Manners Matter

December 9, 2013
Category: Business & Economics, Events, Students
Catawba students were treated to a formal dinner complete with fine china, fancy dishes and all the facts they need to know about proper manners for such an occasion. The Career Services Office, along with the Ketner School of Business, hosted the Manners Matter Dinner. Catawba faculty and staff…
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Tree Lighting and Photos with Santa

November 27, 2013
Category: Events, Staff, Students
      Catawba families had photos taken with Santa during the tree lighting service. The Catawba College community celebrated its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Service together on Monday, November 25 in the Cannon Student Center. The event was co-sponsored by the Student Government…
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Campus Packing Party Fills More than 300 Shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child

November 21, 2013
Category: Events
The lobby of Catawba's Cannon Student Center turned into a station for Operation Christmas Child on November 20th.   More than 90 people – faculty, staff, students and members of the community – joined in a packing party and filled more than 300 shoe boxes to send to children around the world. As…
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Students' Research to Tell Why People Visit Downtown Salisbury for Special Events

November 19, 2013
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Students
Catawba College students are getting hands-on experience in marketing research by helping ascertain why people visit downtown Salisbury on special themed event nights. The upper class students, all enrolled in Dr. Phillip Frank's Marketing Research class through the Ketner School of Business, began…
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