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Catawba Announces New Exchange Partnership with German University

September 26, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Students
Catawba College's Ketner Center for International Studies is pleased to announce a new exchange partnership with the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück, Germany. The program is intended primarily for students in the Ketner School of Business, but non-business majors may also…
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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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Catawba Offers a Free Choral Concert on October 5th

September 24, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Students
The Catawba Singers and Chamber Singers, under the direction of Dr. Phillip Burgess, will present their Fall Concert "Choral Masterworks" at 5:30 pm on Sunday, October 5 in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on the campus of Catawba College. The concert will feature music drawn from the Renaissance to the…
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Catawba's Chamber Choir Performs at N.C. Conference of American Choral Directors

September 22, 2014
Category: Events, Music, Students
The Catawba College Chamber Choir was one of seven choirs from across North Carolina selected to perform at the annual state conference of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).  The two-day conference was held September 19-20 on the campus of UNC Charlotte and drew attendees from…
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September 25th Reading Kicks Off Fall Lunch & Learn Schedule at Downtown Catawba

September 15, 2014
Category: Events, Music, Students
  Catawba College will kick off its fall series of free Lunch and Learn and Lunch and Listen events at its Downtown Catawba storefront at noon on Thursday, September 25, with readings by author Margaret Garrison. Garrison, an adjunct professor of English at Catawba, will read from her first…
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