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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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"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 College Trustee Honored with N.C.'s Order of the Long Leaf Pine

March 14, 2007
Category: Alumni, Events
Catawba College Trustee Newton O. Fowler, Jr. of Concord was honored with North Carolina's highest civilian honor, the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, during the annual College Board of Trustees Meeting Feb. 20. The Order of the Long Leaf Pine is presented by the N.C. governor to individuals who have a…
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