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Salisbury Couple Participates in Ride for the Roses

December 12, 2005
Category: Staff
"HE DOES EXIST!!!" yelped Catawba College Associate Director of Lifelong Learning Ann Dunn of Salisbury to her husband, Alex, as they excitedly watched Lance Armstrong approach the podium to welcome 6,500 cyclists who were eagerly anticipating the start of the ninth annual Lance Armstrong…
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Salisbury Couple Participates in Ride for the Roses

December 12, 2005
Category: Staff
"HE DOES EXIST!!!" yelped Catawba College Associate Director of Lifelong Learning Ann Dunn of Salisbury to her husband, Alex, as they excitedly watched Lance Armstrong approach the podium to welcome 6,500 cyclists who were eagerly anticipating the start of the ninth annual Lance Armstrong…
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Campus Improvements, Including the Kitchen Sink, Occupy the Catawba College Facilities Department

November 10, 2005
Category: Academics, Staff, Students
Catawba College residential students can check on the status of their dirty laundry without ever leaving their rooms.  That, thanks to a new Laundry View software program recently installed on the College's computer network. But the impetus behind that new software comes from an unlikely source…
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Campus Improvements, Including the Kitchen Sink, Occupy the Catawba College Facilities Department

November 10, 2005
Category: Academics, Staff, Students
Catawba College residential students can check on the status of their dirty laundry without ever leaving their rooms.  That, thanks to a new Laundry View software program recently installed on the College's computer network. But the impetus behind that new software comes from an unlikely source…
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Catawba College Holds Opening Convocation

September 7, 2005
Category: Academics, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students
Members of the Catawba College community paused for a moment of silence to recognize the victims of Hurricane Katrina when they gathered for fall convocation Thursday, September 1 in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel.   Then, College President Robert E. Knott officially convened the college for its 154th…
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