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A New Tradition: "Catawba-to-Career"

August 22, 2014
Category: Faculty Blogs
Dear campus community,   I hope your first few days of the new academic year has started well for you.  At Tuesday’s Opening Convocation, I spoke about the new traditions that Catawba will be starting this year.  One of the major new traditions that we are instituting has a direct connection to…
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College Matters, Even After College

June 11, 2014
Category: Faculty Blogs
As Catawba prepares to welcome its Class of 2018, an interesting survey by the Gallup Poll caught my attention about life after college and what graduates thought about not only themselves, but their lives as a whole. In the web survey of nearly 30,000 college graduates, Gallup asked about the…
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Charming Charleston

May 22, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
The Sophomore West Scholar Teaching Cohort took a trip to Charleston, South Carolina on March 8-12, 2014.  Students enjoyed a visit to Magnolia Plantation where they took a tour of the plantation home as well as several slave cabins that have been restored.  Students also took a nature train tour of…
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"Okay" Will Be Our "Always"

May 12, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
They say time flies when you're having fun...that couldn't be truer. It is already the end of another school year. Final exams are being taken and everyone is split up into two groups: staying or leaving. The reality that lies within that sentence leaves one feeling very sad, but it should also…
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La vie en France: "Life in France"

April 23, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
Dr. Marie Langhorne, professor of French, and Ann Clifton, Assistant to the Office of the Provost and the Glenn and Addie Ketner Center for International Studies, accompanied a group of 6 students to France for a cultural experience unlike any other. Dr. Langhorne's class, a special topics course in…
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