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High Schoolers Explore Faith and Theology in Weeklong DISCOVER Program

July 7, 2016
Category: Events, Religion & Philosophy
By Steven Porter '17 of Concord, NC Very rarely are people given the opportunity to have an experience that could be considered life changing. Catawba College's Lilly Center for Vocation and Values allowed high school students from all along the East Coast to have just this type of experience…
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Catawba College Offering National Program to Help Area Youth Discover Life Goals at No Cost

May 23, 2016
Category: Events, Religion & Philosophy
Area youth who have completed grades 6 through the first year of college will have an opportunity this summer to participate in a program being offered by Catawba College as part of a national program of the Lilly Endowment. The program, for which there is no cost to the participants, is designed…
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UCC Clergy Introduced to New DISCOVER Program

April 26, 2016
Category: Events, Religion & Philosophy, Students
A gathering of United Church of Christ clergy was hosted April 20th at Black Lake Retreat Center in Asheboro by Catawba College. The gathering was to inform church leaders of a new program, DISCOVER, being offered through Catawba's Lilly Center and to provide an enrichment session on the need for…
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In Memoriam: Dr. J. Daniel Brown

February 26, 2016
Category: Faculty, Religion & Philosophy
Dr. J. Daniel Brown, a professor emeritus of religion and philosophy and former chair of the Catawba College Department of Religion and Philosophy, died February 26, 2016. His funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, February 29, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Salisbury.  Lyerly Funeral Home of…
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Catawba’s February Forum Explores Hamlet: The World's Most Famous Play

January 29, 2016
Category: English, Events, Faculty, Religion & Philosophy
William Shakespeare’s Hamlet has been translated into almost every known language and is still performed worldwide more often than any other play ever written.  For over 400 years, people have been fascinated by this tale of an ancient court of Denmark and its philosophical prince who is called to…
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