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Tar Heel Boys’ State at Catawba College June 22-28

June 10, 2014
Category: Events
Catawba College will host the 75th annual session of Tar Heel Boys’ State June 22-28.  This is the tenth consecutive year that the weeklong event has been held on campus and approximately 300 participants, all rising high school seniors from North Carolina, are expected. Notable state leaders…
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NSSA Holds 55th Annual Awards Banquet at Catawba

June 10, 2014
Category: Events
Members and guests of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), including Bob Costas and John Elway among others, gathered on Monday, June 9 on the Catawba College campus for their 55th annual awards banquet.  A reception was held at the President's House to welcome the…
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Former NFL Quarterback and U.S. Congressman Heath Shuler to Speak at Catawba

May 21, 2014
Category: Athletics, Events
Former NFL quarterback and former three-term U.S. Representative Heath Shuler will speak at Catawba College at 6 p.m. on Monday, June 2 in Tom Smith Auditorium on campus. Shuler accepted an invitation from Catawba's new Chiefs Club President Joe Crapster '87 to speak to the membership of the…
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Catawba Awards 287 Degrees in Two Commencement Exercises May 17th

May 17, 2014
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Events, Students
Catawba College's Commencement Saturday, May 17, was a day of warm farewells and long goodbyes as the college awarded 287 degrees to its graduates. Two separate graduation ceremonies were held in Keppel Auditorium of the Robertson College-Community Center on campus – one at 10 a.m. for graduates…
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College Presents Special Awards during Graduation Exercises

May 17, 2014
Category: Alumni, Events, Staff, Students
Three graduating seniors and one alumnus were recognized with special awards during Catawba College’s May 17th Graduation Exercises. The graduating seniors, two from the traditional day program and one from the School of Evening and Graduate Studies, were recognized, through a vote of the faculty,…
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