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Construction Projects Continue on Catawba College Campus

January 23, 2007
Category: Academics, Alumni, Events
Catawba College's information technology department has been permanently relocated to refurbished space on the lower level of Hoke Hall, and the staff and resources of the Corriher-Linn-Black Library have made a temporary year-long move from the library proper to the main floor of Hoke Hall.…
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Guest Faculty Recital

January 18, 2007
Category: Events, Music
The Catawba College Music Department extends an invitation to the public for a guest faculty piano recital, "Three Centuries in Two Countries," performed by Dr. Robert Hallquist on Saturday, January 20 at 7:00 pm in the Omwake Dearborn Chapel.  Those attending the free concert are invited to…
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Guest Faculty Recital

January 18, 2007
Category: Events, Music
The Catawba College Music Department extends an invitation to the public for a guest faculty piano recital, "Three Centuries in Two Countries," performed by Dr. Robert Hallquist on Saturday, January 20 at 7:00 pm in the Omwake Dearborn Chapel.  Those attending the free concert are invited to…
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Students Take the MLK Challenge

January 17, 2007
Category: Events, Students
Forty Catawba College students spent their Martin Luther King Holiday doing volunteer work at six local non-profit agencies. Their participation in the so-called MLK Challenge was sponsored by Volunteer Catawba and the Student Government Association. Seven different teams of students spent most of…
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Dr. Martin Marty Speaks at Catawba College's 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium

January 17, 2007
Category: Events, Religion & Philosophy
Preeminent American church historian and the author of more than 50 books on religion, faith and culture today, Dr. Martin Marty, spoke recently at Catawba College's 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium that was held Tuesday, February 27. He spoke two different times during his visit to campus — at…
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