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67th Governor of the American Legion's Tar Heel Boys' State Elected

June 23, 2006
Category: Events
;;;;View Boys State Photo Gallery »Garrett Haywood of High Point was elected as Governor of the American Legion Tar Heel Boys' State Wednesday, June 21 during the week-long event held at Catawba College. Garrett is a rising senior at Southwest Guilford High School in High Point,…
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67th Governor of the American Legion's Tar Heel Boys' State Elected

June 23, 2006
Category: Events
;;;;View Boys State Photo Gallery »Garrett Haywood of High Point was elected as Governor of the American Legion Tar Heel Boys' State Wednesday, June 21 during the week-long event held at Catawba College. Garrett is a rising senior at Southwest Guilford High School in High Point,…
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Catawba College Professor Serves as Editor for Publication

June 15, 2006
Category: Academics, Biology, Faculty
Dr. Michael Baranski, a Catawba College biology professor, served as editor for "The Proceedings of the Andre Michaux International Symposium," which was published and distributed in late May. The 237-page "Proceedings" appear in "Occasional Papers in Eastern Botany," a supplement to "CASTANEA, The…
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Catawba College Professor Serves as Editor for Publication

June 15, 2006
Category: Academics, Biology, Faculty
Dr. Michael Baranski, a Catawba College biology professor, served as editor for "The Proceedings of the Andre Michaux International Symposium," which was published and distributed in late May. The 237-page "Proceedings" appear in "Occasional Papers in Eastern Botany," a supplement to "CASTANEA, The…
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College Receives $1 Million Grant from Local Foundation

June 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Alumni, Students
Thanks to the Blanche & Julian Robertson Family Foundation, Inc. of Salisbury, Catawba College will receive a $1 million grant, payable over five years, for use in the College's capital improvement program. Catawba's grant headed the list of 63 others with a value of $1,271,663 approved during the…
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