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Catawba Alumnus Performs at SXSW Festival

March 21, 2016
Category: Alumni, Events, Music
Up-and-coming music producer, composer, singer and entrepreneur Yung Citizen, also known as 2012 Catawba College alumnus Christopher Williams, recently traveled to Austin, Texas for the South By Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival. Williams performed two shows at the festival and appeared on the…
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Things Jane Smiley Said

March 18, 2016
Category: Events
Author Jane Smiley delivered the keynote address at Catawba College’s 30th annual Brady Author’s Symposium on Thursday, March 17, 2016 in the Robertson College-Community Center on campus. Smiley is the author of numerous novels, including “A Thousand Acres” (1991), a story that is loosely based on…
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March is National Athletic Training Month

March 18, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
"A Safer Approach to Work, Life and Sport" is the theme for the month of March recognizing Athletic Trainers (ATs) as experts in taking care of all kinds of injuries and for their commitment to helping people prevent injuries and keeping people healthy and active. ATs are healthcare experts who…
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Beatles' Rubber Soul Album Live Performance at Catawba to Memorialize George Martin

March 14, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Students
The Catawba College Vernaculars All Stars present the Beatles' Rubber Soul live and in its entirety this Saturday March 19. The Vernaculars All Stars have developed an annual spring ritual of presenting a celebrated rock album live and will continue that ritual during this 7:30 p.m. performance in…
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Catawba's "Woyzeck" Explores Exploitation and Oppression of Human Psyche

March 9, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
 Caleb S. Garner as Andres and  Zach Dietz as Woyzeck (Photo: Caitlin Billings '16) An unconventional 19th century thriller, "Woyzeck," will be student-directed during its run at Catawba College. The show plays at 7:30 p.m. March 30-31 and April 1-2 in the Florence Busby Corriher Theatre on…
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