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Study Reveals Extent of Catawba College's Economic Impact

February 18, 2015
Category: Academics, Alumni, Students
A comprehensive analysis of the economic impact of higher  education in North Carolina has found that Catawba College created $91.3 million of added economic value during the 2012-13  fiscal year. That outstanding total is derived from a combination of Catawba's  operations spending impact ($25.8…
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"That'll Do," Dayna Anderson Says as She Wraps Up a 34-year Teaching Career

February 16, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, Theatre Arts
 L-R: Anderson, Fox, Pierce, and Zink Longtime Catawba College Theatre Arts Professor Dayna Anderson will direct the last production before her retirement when the College offers Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" at 7:30 p.m. February 24-28 in Hedrick Little Theatre. Anderson did not personally…
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Catawba Offers Comedy of Errors Feb. 24-28

February 13, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
By Daisha Stafford & Lauren Stacks, Catawba College students Using the ancient Italian art Form, Commedia dell’Arte, Catawba College Theatre Arts Department will zoom in on the people of Ephesus in William Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” The show takes place in Hedrick Little Theatre and runs…
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2000 Catawba Alumnus to Fish with the Bass Masters

February 11, 2015
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Events
 Hawley You might say that Catawba alumnus Tim Hawley '00 of Linwood has "gone fishing" and you would mean it in the most literal sense of the phrase. After a successful rookie debut on the professional circuit in last year's 2014 Bass Master Southern Opens, Hawley has been invited to fish in…
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Free Piano Recital Concludes Catawba's Artist Series for '14-'15 Academic Year

February 11, 2015
Category: Events, Music
A free music recital by Cicilia Yudha at 7:30 p.m. Friday, February 20th in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel will conclude the Catawba College Artist Series for the 2015 spring semester. Dr. Yudha will present a program of works by Mozart, Dutilleux, Casadesus, and Schumann in a concert that is free and open…
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