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Catawba Alumnus Discusses Life and Tiger Bites in Local Magazine

December 3, 2014
Category: Alumni, Theatre Arts
Matt Francis, a 1997 Catawba College alumnus, was recently featured in the Winter 2014 issue of Ballantyne Magazine. Interior Photo: Ray Sepesy Francis, originally of Fayetteville, N.C., currently resides in Ballantyne and works as a brand manager at Primero Systems. In the magazine,…
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Catawba College Alumnus Has Standout Game for NFL's Houston Texans

December 1, 2014
Category: Alumni, Athletics
 Photo: Houston Scout Former Catawba College football player Jumal Rolle had a standout game for the Houston Texans in their win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.  Rolle intercepted his team-leading third pass to go along with six tackles on the day.  One of his tackles went for a loss.…
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Catawba College Alumnus Elected Mayor Pro-Tem of Kannapolis

November 24, 2014
Category: Alumni, History & Politics
Ryan G. Dayvault, a 2008 Catawba College graduate and current member of the Kannapolis City Council, was elected as the new Mayor Pro-Tem for the City of Kannapolis on November 24, 2014. Congratulations, Ryan!
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Winning Proposals at Catawba's Last Home Game

November 18, 2014
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Events, Music, Students
 Futch proposed to Andrews at the lasthome football game of the season. Romance was in the air at Catawba College's last home football game of the 2014 season on November 8. Two couples became engaged and the setting was Shuford Stadium. The first proposal was well-planned and orchestrated…
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Our Catawba: the Forward Path Launches a $60 Million Fundraising Campaign

October 28, 2014
Category: Academics, Alumni, Events, Gifts, Staff, Students
Catawba College resurrected some characters from its past as it launched its $60 million comprehensive campaign, Our Catawba: The Forward Path, during an interactive kick-off journey held Thursday, October 23, in the Robertson College-Community Center. During the donor event, College President…
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