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France Beckons a Catawba College Student from Salisbury

May 4, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Students
Trevor Loudin of Salisbury, a rising senior at Catawba College, will be spending two months in France this summer thanks to his participation in the Paris Internship Program offered through Boston University. After an extensive application process, Loudin was accepted into this highly selective and…
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Catawba Marketing Professor Makes Presentations

May 3, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Events, Faculty
Catawba College Assistant Professor of Marketing Dr. Phillip M. Frank made two presentations during April.  He presented a paper entitled Exploring Antecedents and Consequences of Young Consumers’ Perceived Global Brand Equity at the Academy of Marketing Science’s (AMS) annual conference held in New…
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Catawba Student’s Play Is Part of 10-Minute New Play Festival at Lee Street theatre

May 1, 2015
Category: Academics, English, Events, Students
A play written by Catawba College junior Daniel Mowery of Salisbury has been selected as one of six plays to be produced as part of Lee Street theatre's 7th Annual 10-Minute New Play Festival. Plays in this year’s festival, that runs May 6-9 beginning at 7:30 p.m. each night, focus on yard sales.…
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Cat-AMA Powderpuff Football Game Raises Funds

April 29, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Students
 L-R: Skyler Hathaway, Michelle Eisenman, Jennifer Lomax, and Kaetlyn McNabb  L-R: Nicole Duncan, Michelle Eisenman, Kayla Guffey, Erin Feldman, Victoria Hedrick, Jennifer Lomax The Catawba Chapter of the American Marketing Association (Cat-AMA) held its inaugural Powderpuff flag-football…
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The Right Stuff and a Plan of Action Turns CatawbaPalooza 2015 Into a Zero Waste Event

April 28, 2015
Category: Events, Staff, Students
 Haley Braswell, Zach Veitenheimer and Ashton Alexander When Catawba College held its annual and much-anticipated CatawbaPalooza for students on campus April 18, 670 people attended and consumed 500 hamburgers, 475 hot dogs, 350 funnel cakes, 250 trays of onion rings, 320 trays of fried…
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