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Catawba Students' Life Size to Open for Bombadil on Nov. 22

November 10, 2013
Category: Events, Music, Students
On November 22nd, members of Life Size, a pop/rock band made up of fulltime Catawba College students, will open for the Durham-based band, Bombadil, at Lee Street Theatre in Salisbury. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Life Size members performing include Silas Boyle…
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Campus to Focus on Diversity Nov. 11-15

November 8, 2013
Category: Events, Students
Diversity will be a topic for thoughtful consideration at Catawba College November 11-15. Students have planned activities each day to help students, faculty and staff celebrate their differences. The College will be the venue for a public Meet Your Neighbor Community Forum at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 12…
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Open House on Nov. 19 for Catawba's Evening Degree Program

November 7, 2013
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Evening & Graduate, Events, Teacher Education
Catawba College's School of Evening Studies will sponsor a drop-in open house on Tuesday, November 19, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Ketner Hall, Room 203. Prospective students will be given an overview of the program and financial aid opportunities. Courses are open to transfer students as well as…
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Three Attend 2013 Learning Spaces Collaboratory Workshop

November 7, 2013
Category: Events, Faculty, Psychology, Staff, Technology
Three Catawba College employees attended the 2013 Learning Spaces Collaboratory Workshop held at the Freelon Group offices in Durham on November 2. Those attending this one-day event included IT Services, Ms. Joanna Jasper, Chief Information Officer, and Mr. Chad Lewis, Director of Technical &…
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Pilgrims and Progress: Thanksgiving in the 19th Century

November 6, 2013
Category: Events, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy
Who invented Thanksgiving? Was it the Pilgrims at Plymouth Plantation? Eighteenth-century colonists grateful to a sparing God? Or maybe a nineteenth-century magazine editor eager to unify an expanding, industrializing, increasingly diverse population? At the next Catawba College Community Forum,…
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