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Catawba College's 23rd President to Be Installed

October 16, 2012
Category: Events, Staff
;Catawba College will install its 23rd president, W. Brien D. Lewis, during a 3 p.m. ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 28 in Keppel Auditorium on campus. Members of the Salisbury-Rowan community are invited to the installation that concludes the college's homecoming weekend activities planned for Oct.…
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Volunteer Catawba Partners with Habitat for Humanity to Build Home by Christmas

October 5, 2012
Category: Events, Faculty, Staff, Students
Volunteer Catawba is partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Rowan County and a local family to build a home by Christmas.The official ground-breaking for the home, located on Grants Crossing Lane, was held Saturday, September 22. The ceremony was attended by representatives of Habitat and Catawba…
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School Children Give Volunteers a Lesson in "Caring"

September 17, 2012
Category: Events, Staff
A group of volunteers from Catawba College, including President Brien Lewis, participated in the 2012 Rowan County United Way Day of Caring on Thursday, September 13th. On this annual event, hundreds of volunteers from across Rowan County travel to various schools and other non-profit organizations…
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Catawba Students Visit the President in His Home

September 17, 2012
Category: Events, Staff, Students
By Raven Canty '13 EDITOR'S NOTE: Catawba President and First Lady, Brien and Laura Lewis want members of the College community to feel welcomed into their home on campus. To that end, they began the academic year by scheduling a series of receptions there for faculty, staff and…
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Catawba College Marks Its 161st Year at Opening Convocation

August 24, 2012
Category: Academics, Events, Staff, Students
Catawba College President Brien Lewis talked of dreams to those gathered in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on August 23 at the Opening Convocation for the 2012-2013 academic year. The occasion marked the beginning of Catawba's 161st year since its founding in 1851 and the start of a new school year with…
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