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John and Nell Isenhour Establish First Family Scholarship at Catawba College

December 12, 2005
Category: Academics, Students
John Isenhour Sr. of Salisbury has likely forgotten more about making bricks than most people know, but he remembers vividly the value of his own college education. Now, Isenhour and his wife Nell have established a scholarship at Catawba College through a charitable remainder trust which they hope…
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Salisbury Couple Participates in Ride for the Roses

December 12, 2005
Category: Staff
"HE DOES EXIST!!!" yelped Catawba College Associate Director of Lifelong Learning Ann Dunn of Salisbury to her husband, Alex, as they excitedly watched Lance Armstrong approach the podium to welcome 6,500 cyclists who were eagerly anticipating the start of the ninth annual Lance Armstrong…
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John and Nell Isenhour Establish First Family Scholarship at Catawba College

December 12, 2005
Category: Academics, Students
John Isenhour Sr. of Salisbury has likely forgotten more about making bricks than most people know, but he remembers vividly the value of his own college education. Now, Isenhour and his wife Nell have established a scholarship at Catawba College through a charitable remainder trust which they hope…
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Salisbury Couple Participates in Ride for the Roses

December 12, 2005
Category: Staff
"HE DOES EXIST!!!" yelped Catawba College Associate Director of Lifelong Learning Ann Dunn of Salisbury to her husband, Alex, as they excitedly watched Lance Armstrong approach the podium to welcome 6,500 cyclists who were eagerly anticipating the start of the ninth annual Lance Armstrong…
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Notes From Kiev – Part II

December 8, 2005
Category: Academics, English, Faculty, Students
EDITOR'S NOTE:   Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier, associate professor of English and assistant dean of Catawba College, along with wife Carol and their three sons, are living in Kiev between September 2005 and June 2006. Acree Cavalier is completing a Fulbright Lectureship in American literature there…
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