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Alabama Trip with Tri-Beta and ASB

April 19, 2017
Category: Student Blogs
Only a month left until I finish my last sets of finals in my undergraduate career and graduation shortly thereafter. The time is creeping up really close. Since I have been at Catawba, I have always wanted to attend a conference where I can present my own work.  As a part of my independent study,…
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West Scholars Visit D.C.

April 18, 2017
Category: Student Blogs
A group of West Scholars traveled to Washington, D.C. on the Amtrak train on Saturday, March 4th and returned on Tuesday, March 7th. Students traveling were Braden Asbury, Hunter Benfield, Carly Boileau, Carissa Cash, Jameson Clanton, Carrie Loman, Brittany Hager, Joan Hedrick, Daniel Morrison,…
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Segue 61: A Cultural Center

March 30, 2017
Category: Staff Blogs
By Bill Armour, Executive Director of Segue 61 On October 9, 2014, John Oates was driving into the small but thriving Raleigh, NC SW suburb of Holly Springs, looking for the venue where he'd play a rare solo show that night, away from his long-time musical partner Daryl Hall, only four months after…
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What is SEGUE 61? Glad You Asked!

March 29, 2017
Category: Staff Blogs
SEGUE: (sĕg′wā′) intr.v. se·gued, se·gue·ing, se·gues Music – To make a transition directly from one section or theme to another. Standard – To move smoothly and unhesitatingly from one state, condition, situation, or element to another: “Daylight segued into dusk.” (Susan Dworski).…
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Professionals, not Professors.

March 27, 2017
Category: Staff Blogs
By Natalie Thompson, Coordinator of Operations & Student Engagement for Segue 61 It’s hard to put into words what it felt like in the workshop last Thursday afternoon. It was just another “day at the office,” as they say, and we were having a class about the new trends, strategies, and…
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