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Catawba College to Host the 67th Consecutive Session of Tar Heel Girls State

June 12, 2006
Category: Events
For the fifth consecutive year, Catawba College will host Tar Heel Girls State June 11-17. Two hundred and eighty girls from across North Carolina, all high school juniors who are academically in the top third of their class, will attend the 67th annual, weeklong session, sponsored by the American…
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Speaker for 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium Announced

June 5, 2006
Category: Academics, Events
Dr. Martin Marty, possibly the preeminent American church historian, will be the speaker for the 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium. The date for the Colloquium will be February 27, 2007 with Dr. Marty making presentations at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. (Community Forum). Dr. Marty is the Fairfax M. Cone…
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Speaker for 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium Announced

June 5, 2006
Category: Academics, Events
Dr. Martin Marty, possibly the preeminent American church historian, will be the speaker for the 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium. The date for the Colloquium will be February 27, 2007 with Dr. Marty making presentations at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. (Community Forum). Dr. Marty is the Fairfax M. Cone…
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Catawba College Class of 2006 Graduates

May 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Events, Students
;;;;;Full Graduation Story »Photo Gallery »Graduation Ceremony Info »On May 13, 2006, 273 members of Catawba's Class of 2006 crossed the stage and received their diplomas.   The college awarded master's degrees in education, bachelor of arts degrees, bachelor of business…
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Catawba College Graduates 273 in Two Separate Ceremonies

May 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Events, Students
;;;; ;;Class of 2006 Graduates »Photo Gallery »Graduation Ceremony Info »Saturday, May 13th was a really big deal for Gwen Alexander Stidham of China Grove. She walked across the same stage in Keppel Auditorium and for the same reason that her eldest daughter, Renee, had walked across…
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