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NCAA Report Shows Improved Retention Rates for Catawba College Athletes

September 22, 2004
Category: Athletics, Students
 A recent National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) report shows improved retention rates for Catawba College athletes.The NCAA report released late this summer indicates that all students athletes, both male and female, who entered Catawba as freshmen in the 1997-98 academic year persisted…
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Musical Comedy, “A New Brain,” Runs Oct. 6-10 at Catawba College

September 15, 2004
Category: Alumni, Events, Music, Students, Theatre Arts
What do a frog, arterial venous malformation, and sailing all have in common?   They are what bring the semi-autobiographical musical comedy, “A New Brain,” to life.   “A New Brain,” will be the first Blue Masque student- produced musical performed in 10 years when it opens…
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Musical Comedy, “A New Brain,” Runs Oct. 6-10 at Catawba College

September 15, 2004
Category: Alumni, Events, Music, Students, Theatre Arts
What do a frog, arterial venous malformation, and sailing all have in common?   They are what bring the semi-autobiographical musical comedy, “A New Brain,” to life.   “A New Brain,” will be the first Blue Masque student- produced musical performed in 10 years when it opens…
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SAT Scores for Catawba College Freshmen Continue to Rise

September 2, 2004
Category: Academics, Students
;According to data released August 31 by the College Board, SAT scores for Catawba College freshmen have risen, ahead of both national and state averages, for the second consecutive year.   This indicates to college administrators that Catawba continues to move steadily toward its goal of shifting…
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Catawba College Faculty and Students to Attend State Honors Conference

September 2, 2004
Category: Academics, Students
Several student members of the College Honors Program will travel, along with faculty, to the North Carolina Honors Association annual conference in Asheville, NC, on Sept. 16-17.   Dr. Steve Coggin, Dr. Janice Fuller, and students Michelle Haynes, a junior from Rockwell, and Amy Guenther, a…
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