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Catawba Alumnus Awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine

April 21, 2016
Category: Alumni, Events
Governor McCrory presents the award to Fouts Catawba College alumnus George Fouts '69, Interim President of the N.C. Community College System, was awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by N.C. Governor and fellow Catawba alumnus Pat McCrory '78. Fouts has a long history of service with the…
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Catawba Students Head East for Bird-Watching

April 20, 2016
Category: Academics, Biology, Events, Students
 (Photo: Joe Poston) It was all about bird-watching when Dr. Joe Poston, an associate professor of biology at Catawba, and students in his spring semester Ornithology class made a recent trip to the Eastern part of North Carolina. The trip took the group to the Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature…
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Free Dance Masterclass and a Friday Forum Offered at Catawba

April 18, 2016
Category: Academics, Alumni, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
Ballet Pensacola will return to the Catawba College campus for The Outrageous Dance Project 2.0 this week!  While in residency, Catawba alumnus and Ballet Pensacola artistic director, Richard Steinert ’81, will be offering a dance masterclass from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, on the Keppel…
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Catawba Students Attend 2016 Alpha Chi National Convention

April 18, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Students
L-R: Taylor Spillman, Collin Denton, Josh Hill, Andrew McCollister, Blake Brewer, and Ashley Everidge Several Catawba College students and their faculty sponsor recently attended the 2016 Alpha Chi National Convention held in Alexandria, Va. The six students included Ashley Everidge, Taylor…
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Trip to France Brings French Life and Culture to Life for Catawba Students

April 15, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Faculty, Students
 Langhorne believes in the importance of teaching courses related to French language and culture at Catawba. (Photo: Dr. Steve Coggin) By Shannon Garrick ’17 “(I believe) the world is global and France has a huge impact on many countries and continents,” Dr. Marie Langhorne, a professor of…
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