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Catawba College Theatre Department Presents "The Marriage of Figaro"

March 29, 2005
Category: Events, Students, Theatre Arts
Theatre-goers will be amazed at how easily a 200-year-old play skewers the modern excesses of today’s society.   Pierre-Augustin Garon de Beaumarchais’ classic 1784 play foreshadowed the class conflicts of the then pending French Revolution, but his themes and characters still ring true…
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Catawba College Theatre Department Presents "The Marriage of Figaro"

March 29, 2005
Category: Events, Students, Theatre Arts
Theatre-goers will be amazed at how easily a 200-year-old play skewers the modern excesses of today’s society.   Pierre-Augustin Garon de Beaumarchais’ classic 1784 play foreshadowed the class conflicts of the then pending French Revolution, but his themes and characters still ring true…
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Catawba College Students Make News

March 28, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Staff, Students
Theatre Students to Study Abroad  Taylor Hohman, a senior theatre arts major from Lexington, Ky., has been accepted for post-graduate study at the Accademia dell’Arte in Tuscany, Italy.   He will travel to Italy this summer for language immersion and then begin a full year of studying Italian…
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Catawba College Tennis Teams to Host Benefit Tennis Clinic

March 28, 2005
Category: Athletics, Events
The Catawba College Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams will host a tennis clinic on Sunday, April 17 at the College’s Johnson Tennis Complex to benefit the Michael Yang Foundation.   This foundation, established by Dr. Steve Yang and wife Lori after the death of their two-year-old son,…
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Catawba College's Writer-in-Residence to Participate in Poetry Reading

March 28, 2005
Category: Academics, English, Faculty, Staff
Dr. Janice Fuller, Catawba College’s writer-in-residence, has been invited by the Writers Group of the Triad to participate in a poetry ready to kick off Poetry Month.   She will read from her poetry, along with Fred Chappel and Ann Deagon, at the Green Bean Café in Greensboro at 7 p.m.…
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