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Catawba College Music Department to Present Twentieth Annual Service of Lessons and Carols

November 21, 2007
Category: Events, Music
For the twentieth consecutive year, the Catawba College Department of Music will present its annual Service of Lessons and Carols, on Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 and December 6, in the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on campus. This will be a premier event for Paul E. Oakley, Catawba College's new…
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The Journey of Self Exploration: 2008 Lilly Center Alumni Retreat

November 20, 2007
Category: Alumni, Events
The goal of the Alumni Retreat is to promote the search for a meaningful, fulfilling vocation for all Catawba College Alumni. ;;;When: This Retreat will be held for all Alumni and spouses May 30th, 31st, and June 1st 2008.;;Where: on the Campus of Catawba College;;Cost: The retreat will cost $50…
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The Journey of Self Exploration: 2008 Lilly Center Alumni Retreat

November 20, 2007
Category: Alumni, Events
The goal of the Alumni Retreat is to promote the search for a meaningful, fulfilling vocation for all Catawba College Alumni. ;;;When: This Retreat will be held for all Alumni and spouses May 30th, 31st, and June 1st 2008.;;Where: on the Campus of Catawba College;;Cost: The retreat will cost $50…
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Catawba Bookstore Holds Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

November 16, 2007
Category: Academics, Events
;;;;View Photo Gallery »Catawba College's Bookstore, now outsourced to and managed by Follett Higher Education Group, held its grand opening and ribbon cutting Thursday, Nov. 15. This past summer, the bookstore was renovated and expanded as part of the Cannon Student Center renovation,…
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Charles Dickens Takes the Stage in Catawba's Production of "A Christmas Carol"

November 16, 2007
Category: Events, Theatre Arts
Charles Dickens as a character in his "A Christmas Carol," indebted to the miserly Scrooge?   Catawba College's Blue Masque production of A Christmas Carol offers this for theatre-goers to consider, breaking with the standard Hollywood production of this work."From the initial street side greeting…
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