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Catawba Theatre Arts Offers "Waiting for Lefty" Beginning October 21

October 13, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
"Waiting for Lefty," Clifford Odets' riveting political drama, will be the student-led Blue Masque production offered by the Catawba Theatre Arts Department beginning October 21st. Directed by senior theatre major, Melissa Tarduno of Indian Trail, "Waiting for Lefty" is set in New York in the 1930s…
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Catawba Student Researches and Surveys Butterflies during Summer Trip to Panama

October 2, 2015
Category: Biology, Students
 Nymphalidae Olyras insignis In the First Person by Joel Schlaudt '17 of Richmond, Va. It was a very sunny, muggy day in late June when our guide led me and the other interns through the forest to the research station. After months of planning and anticipation we were finally arriving at La…
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Experiential Learning Class Presents Internships

October 1, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Students
 L-R: First row - Zhaquondalee' Greer, Robin Perry, Rachel Rudisill, Anna Barnes, Dr. Just; Second row - John Tuttle, Matt Hardman, Robert Carpenter, Tyler Hamilton, Riley Weber and Trevor Meadows From a family doctor’s practice, to a golf club in Gettysburg, PA, Catawba College students…
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New Members Inducted into Alpha Chi National Honor Society at Catawba College

September 30, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Students
Members of Catawba College's Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi, the national college honor society, were given some "good advice for being a successful scholar," by the homilist at the organization's fall induction ceremony on Friday, September 25, in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel. "We often hear phrases…
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Catawba Faculty Leverage Past Cambodian Experiences for Future Benefit of Students

September 30, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty, Mathematics
Two Catawba College faculty members who spent parts of their summer traveling in Cambodia for a research project and humanitarian relief efforts are making plans to leverage their experiences to the future benefit of their students. Dr. Paul Baker of Mathematics and Dr. Phillip Frank of Marketing…
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