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Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Jane Smiley to Speak at 30th Annual Brady Author’s Symposium

February 4, 2016
Category: Events, Students
Author Jane Smiley will deliver the keynote address at Catawba College’s 30th annual Brady Author’s Symposium on Thursday, March 17th in the Robertson College-Community Center on campus. Tickets for Smiley’s lecture, a seated luncheon, book signing, and question and answer are now on sale online…
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2015 Alumna Playing Dorothy in N.C. Production of "The Wiz"

February 4, 2016
Category: Alumni, Events, Theatre Arts
2015 Catawba alumna TyNia Rene' Brandon is playing the lead in the Cape Fear Regional Theatre's production of "The Wiz." The show opened January 21 and runs through February 14 at the theatre located in Fayetteville, N.C. Brandon was cast in the role of Dorothy in "The Wiz," after a classmate from…
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Alumna’s Estate Gift Will Help Catawba Pay It Forward

February 2, 2016
Category: Academics, Alumni, Gifts, Students
Catawba Alumna Sally Whitney ’77 of Mooresville says there were several reasons she decided to include a gift to her alma mater in her estate plans. By making what Whitney calls an “everlasting gift,” she says she is both sending a message to other alumni and friends to give, and showing her pride…
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Catawba Students to Participate in NCICU Ethics Bowl Feb. 5-6

February 1, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Students
Catawba College will be one of 22 independent colleges and universities from across North Carolina participating in the fifth annual Ethics Bowl on February 5 and 6 at Meredith College in Raleigh.  The Ethics Bowl is hosted by North Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities (NCICU) and seeks…
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Catawba’s February Forum Explores Hamlet: The World's Most Famous Play

January 29, 2016
Category: English, Events, Faculty
William Shakespeare’s Hamlet has been translated into almost every known language and is still performed worldwide more often than any other play ever written.  For over 400 years, people have been fascinated by this tale of an ancient court of Denmark and its philosophical prince who is called to…
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