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Catawba College Students Plan Black History MonthEvents

January 30, 2006
Category: Students
Some Catawba College students are planningEvents to commemorate Black History Month and several of these are open to the public. These include a showing of a movie, a dance exhibition, and a talent showcase. Students, faculty and staff of Catawba are invited to the free showing of the movie, "Crash"…
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Playwright On-Hand for Discussion following Performances of "All of the Above"

January 30, 2006
Category: Academics, Students, Theatre Arts
Playwright Tom Sime will be on hand to discuss "All of the Above" following performances of it Tuesday, Feb. 7 and Wednesday, Feb. 8 in Hedrick Theatre at Catawba College.     There are two opportunities for theatre-goers to engage the playwright.   On Tuesday, Feb. 7, The Blue Masque sponsors its…
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"When Religion Becomes Evil"

January 30, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Students
The Catawba College Community Forum will sponsor a presentation by Dr. Charles Kimball, author of the book, When Religion Becomes Evil, at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 21, 2006 in Tom Smith Auditorium in Ralph W. Ketner Hall on campus. "Religion has always been a powerful and pervasive force in…
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Catawba College Students Plan Black History MonthEvents

January 30, 2006
Category: Students
Some Catawba College students are planningEvents to commemorate Black History Month and several of these are open to the public. These include a showing of a movie, a dance exhibition, and a talent showcase. Students, faculty and staff of Catawba are invited to the free showing of the movie, "Crash"…
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Catawba College's Writer-in-Residence Has Poems Accepted for Publication

January 24, 2006
Category: English, Faculty
Catawba College Writer-In-Residence Dr. Janice Fuller has had several of her poems accepted for inclusion in different publications.The San Diego Reader selected Fuller's poem "My Aunt Raises Violets from Africa," as the Poem of the Week for its December 8, 2005 edition.   Pembroke Magazine will…
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