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Making a Difference, One Life at a Time

July 12, 2004
Category: Religion & Philosophy
It’s thanks to funding from Catawba College’s Lilly Center for Vocation and Values that 2004 Catawba graduate Rachel Bahr of Plant City, Fla. will be going to divinity school at Chicago Theological this fall. “The Lilly program enables students to unite one’s faith with…
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Scholarship at Catawba College Established with Estate Gift

June 29, 2004
Category: Academics
The Claude H. and Ruth L. Trexler Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund has been established at Catawba College with a gift from the estates of the late couple. The scholarship will be awarded to needy students who desire to become teachers in Rowan County.The late Mr. and Mrs. Trexler were natives of…
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Scholarship at Catawba College Established with Estate Gift

June 29, 2004
Category: Academics
The Claude H. and Ruth L. Trexler Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund has been established at Catawba College with a gift from the estates of the late couple. The scholarship will be awarded to needy students who desire to become teachers in Rowan County.The late Mr. and Mrs. Trexler were natives of…
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Catawba Students and Faculty Travel in the Footsteps of Darwin in the Galapagos

June 25, 2004
Category: Academics, Students
A small group of students and faculty members from Catawba College followed the footsteps of Charles Darwin and Russell Crowe when they traveled in May to the Galapagos, a Ecuadorian national park located 600 miles off the coast of that country. The trip was a capstone experience for the students,…
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Catawba Students and Faculty Travel in the Footsteps of Darwin in the Galapagos

June 25, 2004
Category: Academics, Students
A small group of students and faculty members from Catawba College followed the footsteps of Charles Darwin and Russell Crowe when they traveled in May to the Galapagos, a Ecuadorian national park located 600 miles off the coast of that country. The trip was a capstone experience for the students,…
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