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Theatre Arts Department Presents “Bastards and Fools”

October 13, 2005
Category: Events, Theatre Arts
The Catawba College Theatre Arts Department’s production of “Bastards and Fools,” written by former Catawba College student Liam Macik, will run October 25-29 at 7:30 p.m. in Hedrick Theatre on campus.One of two winners of the Peterson Playwrighting Competition for 2005,…
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Catawba Coed from Connecticut Brings Her Solace with Her to Salisbury

October 11, 2005
Category: Students
The parents of Catawba College first-year student Kathleen “Kat” Weigel of East Haven, Connecticut knew she’d be a long way from home when she started college this year and would probably experience some separation anxiety.   They had heard that one way to ease that anxiety was to…
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Catawba College Professor Travels and Lectures in Ukraine on Fulbright Lectureship

October 11, 2005
Category: English, Faculty
Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier, Catawba College’s assistant dean and associate professor of English, is traveling and giving scholarly lectures in Ukraine while there on a Fulbright Lectureship in American literature.   Acree Cavalier, wife Carol and their three sons, left for Kiev in early…
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Catawba College Professor Lectures at Festival

October 11, 2005
Category: English, Faculty
Dr. Bethany Sinnott, professor and chair of English at Catawba College, recently participated in severalEvents associated with the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival in High Point.On Sept. 17 and 18, Sinnott was the featured lecturer for the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival’s…
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Catawba Coed from Connecticut Brings Her Solace with Her to Salisbury

October 11, 2005
Category: Students
The parents of Catawba College first-year student Kathleen “Kat” Weigel of East Haven, Connecticut knew she’d be a long way from home when she started college this year and would probably experience some separation anxiety.   They had heard that one way to ease that anxiety was to…
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