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Photographer Displays Photos of Afghanistan during Residency at Catawba

March 19, 2007
Category: Academics, Events, Politics
;;;;View Photo Gallery »World-renowned photographer Luke Powell, a native North Carolinian and UNC Chapel Hill alumnus who has traveled and worked extensively in Afghanistan spent a week-long residency on campus March 12-16. He exhibited his photographs in Peeler Crystal Lounge on campus,…
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Literary Scholar to Visit Catawba College

March 19, 2007
Category: Academics, English, Events, Politics
Dr. Amardeep Singh, an assistant professor of English at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., will be Catawba College's literary scholar in residence this week as he helps Catawba's first-year students further explore Khalid Hosseini's "Kite Runner." "Kite Runner," Hossseini's best selling first…
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Catawba Theatre Arts Sets "Death and the Ploughman" in Appalachia during Depression

March 16, 2007
Category: Academics, Events, Theatre Arts
Catawba College Theatre Arts created an original production of "Death and the Ploughman" and set it in Appalachia during the Depression as a way to make a 15th century poem more accessible to contemporary audience-goers. The production runs March 27-31 in Florence Busby Corriher Theatre on campus.…
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"A Matter of Faith" - A Student Reflection of Dr. Martin Marty's Visit to Catawba College

March 16, 2007
Category: Events, Religion & Philosophy, Students
By Drew Hepler, '09The very humble and genial Dr. Martin Marty would not want to be called a genius but for the more than 600 students and community members gathered in the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel for the fourth annual Lilly Center Colloquium, there was a consensus that he should be categorized as…
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Catawba Theatre Arts Sets "Death and the Ploughman" in Appalachia during Depression

March 16, 2007
Category: Academics, Events, Theatre Arts
Catawba College Theatre Arts created an original production of "Death and the Ploughman" and set it in Appalachia during the Depression as a way to make a 15th century poem more accessible to contemporary audience-goers. The production runs March 27-31 in Florence Busby Corriher Theatre on campus.…
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