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Catawba Presents Awards at Commencement Exercises

May 13, 2017
Category: Academics, Alumni, Biology, Chemistry, Evening & Graduate, Events, Students, Teacher Education
Several Catawba College students and a college alumnus were recognized during the College's May 13th Commencement Exercises held in Keppel Auditorium. Two students from the day program were recipients of the Whitener Awards, while one student from the School of Evening and Graduate Studies was the…
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Catawba Students Share Their Stories of Experiential Learning

May 8, 2017
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Students
Catawba College's spring semester Experiential Learning Class shared their internship experiences and learnings and how it will impact their future careers during a presentation session held on campus on May 4. These students interned in roles within marketing, human resources, accounting, manager…
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Catawba Student Selected for Summer Vocal Institute

May 3, 2017
Category: Academics, Students, Theatre Arts
Catawba College sophomore Taylor Kroop of Boynton Beach, Fla., has been selected for the prestigious Torggler Summer Vocal Institute at Christopher Newport University (Va.). Kroop is pursuing the BFA in Musical Theatre with a minor in Music. She was also selected for a talent-based scholarship to…
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Area Catawba Student to Release Debut EP

May 2, 2017
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Music, Students
By William Spencer ’17 Catawba College student Priscilla Perez released her debut EP entitled “Weirdos Like Us” on Sunday, April 30. Since September of last year, Perez, who lives in Concord, has been in the studio rehearsing, recording, and assisting with mixing the 4-track compilation.…
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Catawba Students Will Tickle Our Ivories – and Our Funny Bones

May 1, 2017
Category: Communication Arts, Events, Students, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
Friday, May 5, is the kick-off for the third annual grand unveiling of the Come Tickle Our Ivories Project by the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra.  The project involves decorated pianos displayed at various storefronts downtown and remain throughout the years, available for passersby to play a quick…
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