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Catawba's Ketner Scholars Recognized at Luncheon

September 26, 2005
Category: Academics, Students
Seventy-seven Catawba College students who are recipients of Ralph W. Ketner Scholarships were recognized September 22 during a luncheon on campus.  The majority of these students hail from the Rowan County area. 2005-2006 Ketner Scholars from Salisbury include Benjamin Aldridge, Charlie…
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Catawba's "Psycho Beach Party" Takes You Back to the 1960s, Almost

September 26, 2005
Category: Academics, Events, Theatre Arts
Remember those 1960s teen exploitation movies that featured the surf crowd in California?  Well Catawba College’s upcoming Blue Masque theatre production of “Psycho Beach Party” promises to take you back there, almost. This Charles Busch play, performed at 7:30 p.m.…
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Catawba's Ketner Scholars Recognized at Luncheon

September 26, 2005
Category: Academics, Students
Seventy-seven Catawba College students who are recipients of Ralph W. Ketner Scholarships were recognized September 22 during a luncheon on campus.  The majority of these students hail from the Rowan County area. 2005-2006 Ketner Scholars from Salisbury include Benjamin Aldridge, Charlie…
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Catawba College Theatre Arts Students and Productions Nominated for 2004-2005 Metrolina Theatre Awards

September 23, 2005
Category: Academics, Students, Theatre Arts
Some Catawba College Theatre Arts students have been selected as winners of some key 2004-2005 Metrolina Theatre Awards.Catawba’s “The Marriage of Figaro” was nominated for Outstanding Production and although it was not a winner, several of its cast and crew members were among the…
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Catawba College's Teacher Education Program Fares Well on State Performance Report

September 23, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Students, Teacher Education
Catawba College’s Teacher Education Program has received the highest possible rank on the 2004-2005 Institution of Higher Education Performance Report and is judged by the North Carolina State Board of Education as having “met expectations.”   Additionally, Catawba’s…
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