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Catawba College Theatre Department Presents "Fat Pig"

February 10, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
Catawba College's student-directed play "Fat Pig" explores the idea of beauty in an era when carbs are closely counted, extreme makeovers are commonplace, and Hollywood establishes the ideals of beauty.   Performances are at 7:30 p.m. February 22-25 in the Florence Busby Corriher Theatre on campus.…
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Alaskan Poet to Offer Public Reading at Catawba College

January 31, 2006
Category: Events, Students
Alaskan Poet Joseph Enzweiler will read his work at a public reading sponsored by the Catawba College English Department at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 15 in Tom Smith Auditorium of Ketner Hall on campus.Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1950, Enzweiler received a degree in physics from Xavier…
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Alaskan Poet to Offer Public Reading at Catawba College

January 31, 2006
Category: Events, Students
Alaskan Poet Joseph Enzweiler will read his work at a public reading sponsored by the Catawba College English Department at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 15 in Tom Smith Auditorium of Ketner Hall on campus.Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1950, Enzweiler received a degree in physics from Xavier…
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Catawba College Theatre Arts Department Presents "All of the Above"

January 30, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
The world premier of "All of the Above," by Playwright Tom Sime, one of the winners of this year's Peterson Emerging Playwright Competition, will be presented by the Catawba College Theatre Arts Department at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7-11 in Hedrick Theatre on campus. The play begins somewhere in a parallel…
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"When Religion Becomes Evil"

January 30, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Students
The Catawba College Community Forum will sponsor a presentation by Dr. Charles Kimball, author of the book, When Religion Becomes Evil, at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 21, 2006 in Tom Smith Auditorium in Ralph W. Ketner Hall on campus. "Religion has always been a powerful and pervasive force in…
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