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Needy Will Have Turkey Thanks to Ducks

November 14, 2006
Category: Events, Staff, Students
;;;;View Photo Gallery »One hundred and twenty-five needy area families will enjoy a complete Thanksgiving meal this year, thanks to a Duck Draw Community Service Fundraiser sponsored by Catawba College's Residence Life Staff. Before a small gathering of faculty, staff and students, over 1,000…
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Catawba Vice President and Dean Chairs Conference Session

November 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Staff
Dr. Barbara Hetrick, vice president and dean of the college at Catawba College, chaired a session on "Mental Health Challenges on Campus" at the Council of Independent Colleges’ 50th Anniversary Conference in St. Petersburg, Fla., November 3-7.For this presentation, Hetrick shared the podium…
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Needy Will Have Turkey Thanks to Ducks

November 14, 2006
Category: Events, Staff, Students
;;;;View Photo Gallery »One hundred and twenty-five needy area families will enjoy a complete Thanksgiving meal this year, thanks to a Duck Draw Community Service Fundraiser sponsored by Catawba College's Residence Life Staff. Before a small gathering of faculty, staff and students, over 1,000…
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Catawba Vice President and Dean Chairs Conference Session

November 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Staff
Dr. Barbara Hetrick, vice president and dean of the college at Catawba College, chaired a session on "Mental Health Challenges on Campus" at the Council of Independent Colleges’ 50th Anniversary Conference in St. Petersburg, Fla., November 3-7.For this presentation, Hetrick shared the podium…
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Beloved Professor and Coach Honored at Homecoming Dedication

November 9, 2006
Category: Alumni, Events, Faculty
;;;;View Photo Gallery »Frank "Dutch" Meyer, a retired wrestling coach and professor in Catawba College’s physical education department, held court on Saturday, Nov. 4, Catawba’s Homecoming. More than a hundred of his former students, colleagues and friends lined up to greet him…
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