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Chekhov's “The Cherry Orchard” Runs February 15-19 at Catawba College

January 31, 2005
Category: Events, Students, Theatre Arts
One hundred years ago, Russian playwright Anton Chekhov opened a play intended to be a bittersweet comedy.   Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard” was his last play, and according to some, his masterpiece.Catawba College’s Theatre Arts Department will present this acclaimed play of…
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Catawba to Host Seminar on Campus Sexual Assault and Problem Drinking

January 31, 2005
Category: Events
Catawba College will host a two-day seminar addressing campus sexual assault and problem drinking February 16 and 17 in the College’s Center for the Environment.   The event is co-sponsored by The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management and The North Carolina Collaborative Alcohol…
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Catawba Students Spearhead “Greening” of Campus

January 28, 2005
Category: Environmental Science, Students
“By making small changes, we can make a big difference,” Catawba College Senior Connor Coleman recently told a small gathering of faculty, staff and students.   His comment was made at the conclusion of an on-campus presentation concerning student-developed proposals to help…
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Catawba Students Spearhead “Greening” of Campus

January 28, 2005
Category: Environmental Science, Students
“By making small changes, we can make a big difference,” Catawba College Senior Connor Coleman recently told a small gathering of faculty, staff and students.   His comment was made at the conclusion of an on-campus presentation concerning student-developed proposals to help…
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Writing Toward the Light: When a Loved One Has Alzheimer's

January 27, 2005
Category: Events
In 1994, Ann Campanella began to realize that her mother was behaving strangely.  Over the next few years, Alzheimer’s disease rapidly took over her mother’s mind.  At present, her mother is in the last stages of the illness and requires full-time nursing care.  Throughout…
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