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Catawba Students Register for J Term Classes

October 12, 2012
Category: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, English, Music, Students, Theatre Arts
Catawba College students are now registering for "J Term" courses that will allow them to take a one to three-hour online class or travel abroad during Catawba's winter term, the December-January time that coincides with Christmas break.Courses offered and enrollment in the "J term" has doubled…
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Poet and Novelist to Read at Catawba College

October 2, 2012
Category: English, Events
Poet and novelist Alan Michael Parker will read from his work at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, October 18, in Catawba College's Tom Smith Auditorium in Ketner Hall. The reading, sponsored by the College's English Department, is free and open to the public.Parker has written three novels, Cry Uncle, Whale Man…
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Catawba Faculty Member to Participate in "The Great Write Off"

September 21, 2012
Category: English, Events, Faculty
Catawba College Assistant Professor of  English, Forrest Anderson, is teaming up with other Southern writers to participate in "The Great Write Off" October 3-5.The Great Write Off fundraiser will support six non-profit organizations based in Michigan. According to its website…
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Janice Fuller's 'Dix, A Story of the Back-Ward Women' to Have Its East Coast Premiere

September 18, 2012
Category: Alumni, English, Events, Faculty, Theatre Arts
An original play about the Dorothea Dix Hospital By Dr. Janice Fuller, Catawba's Writer-in-Residence and Professor of English Directed by 2008 Catawba Alumna Brianna Smith;FullerDix, a Story of the Back-Ward Women is a new show by local Salisbury playwright and poet Janice Fuller. The play will…
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Catawba's Writer-in-Residence Awarded a Fellowship

August 28, 2012
Category: English, Faculty
Dr. Janice Moore Fuller, Catawba College's Writer-in-Residence and Professor of English, has been awarded a two-week fellowship in December by the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA). The VCCA is located near Sweet Briar College in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in rural…
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