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College Advances Its Public Art Initiative by Serving as a Site for “Plein Air Paint Out”

July 14, 2015
Category: Events
Catawba College will be one of the sites in Rowan County hosting painters who are participating in the two-day "Plein Air Paint Out" on August 14 and 15. Participating painters will spend two hours painting at their top choices among the county sites and then will display their paintings from the…
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Catawba Swim Teams Earn Scholar All-America Status

July 2, 2015
Category: Athletics, Students
The Catawba men’s and women’s swimming teams have earned Scholar All-America honors from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for the spring semester of 2015.  To receive the honor, teams must have a combined 3.0 GPA for the semester for all members of the team. The Catawba…
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Brooks Named 2014-15 SAC Male Athlete of the Year

June 23, 2015
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Students
ROCK HILL, S.C. (TheSAC.com) -- The South Atlantic Conference Council of Athletic Directors has named Catawba’s Craig Brooks and Jade Montgomery from Wingate as the 2014-15 South Atlantic Conference Athletes of the Year, the League announced today. Brooks, a right-handed pitcher from Monroe, N.C.…
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Tickets on Sale for Theatre Arts’ 15-’16 Season

June 12, 2015
Category: Academics, Alumni, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
The Catawba College Theatre Arts Department will streamline its six-production 2015-2016 season with explorations in form. The Department's thematic goal is to analyze "the conversation" that occurs in the creative act between the form of a work and its content. "On the Verge""On the Verge" by Eric…
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As Bee Situation Resolves, Catawba Resumes Using Its Robertson College-Community Center

June 12, 2015
Category: Events
 The European honeybee (Apis mellifera) isNorth Carolina's state insect. It has been a month since a very large infestation of honey bees located in the walls of Keppel Auditorium forced Catawba College to relocate its commencement exercises and cancel several other events planned in its…
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