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Catawba Launches New Bike Share Program

October 28, 2014
Category: Environmental Science, Events, Staff, Students
Catawba College has new a bike share program that will allow students, staff and faculty to check out bicycles at the Corriher-Linn-Black Library on campus. This program was created by students in the Environmental Stewards Service Scholarship Program, which is coordinated by the Center for the…
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Catawba College Hires Director of Athletic Development

October 6, 2014
Category: Athletics, Staff
Joey Knight of Winston-Salem has joined Catawba College as the Director of Athletic Development, responsible for athletic fund-raising and cultivation of major donors. His appointment, effective October 1st, was announced by Rex Otey, Catawba's Vice President for Development. "I'm very excited to…
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100-Hole Golf Marathon Raises Almost $35,000 for Catawba Athletics

October 5, 2014
Category: Athletics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences, Staff
The 18th Catawba 100 Golf Marathon held September 15th at McCanless Golf Course in Salisbury, raised close to $35,000 for Catawba Athletics, as well as Athletic Training and Athletic Administration.  The event saw almost 260 people donate/pledge gifts. A total of 14 people played in the Marathon,…
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Pep Rally Pumps Up Students, Families, Faculty and Staff

September 29, 2014
Category: Athletics, Events, Staff, Students
By Courtney Briscoe ’16 Friday night, Sept. 26, Catawba College students, faculty and staff helped kick off Family Weekend and the 2014 football season by gathering for a pep rally in Shuford Stadium. There, they were able to get a sneak peak at the Catawba Pride Marching Band’s halftime show,…
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"A Boy Named Soo" Commemorates 30th Year of Martial Arts Classes at Catawba

September 24, 2014
Category: Events, Staff, Students
This September marked David Mitchell's 30th year of teaching Chayon-Ryu martial arts at Catawba College. The 64-year-old, eighth-degree black belt marked the occasion quietly, with the publication of a children's book, "A Boy Named Soo." The book, illustrated with sketches rendered with…
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