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Catawba College Announces Winning Peterson Playwright

May 3, 2004
Category: Theatre Arts
SALISBURY, N.C. - For the first time ever in the in the history of the Catawba College Theatre Arts Department Peterson Emerging Playwrights Competition, officials have announced a tie. All of the Above by Tom Sime and Bastards and Fools: A Hopeful Tragedy in Three Acts by Liam Macik are both…
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Catawba College Commissions Junior Marshals in Its Lifelong Learning Program

May 3, 2004
Category: Evening & Graduate, Events, Students
Catawba College President Dr. Robert Knott commissioned 12 students in its Lifelong Learning program as Junior Marshals in an April 24 ceremony held in the Hurley Room of the Cannon Student Center.These Junior Marshals were chosen from the junior class based on academic rank and are among the most…
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Catawba College Announces Winning Peterson Playwright

May 3, 2004
Category: Theatre Arts
SALISBURY, N.C. - For the first time ever in the in the history of the Catawba College Theatre Arts Department Peterson Emerging Playwrights Competition, officials have announced a tie. All of the Above by Tom Sime and Bastards and Fools: A Hopeful Tragedy in Three Acts by Liam Macik are both…
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Catawba College Commissions Junior Marshals in Its Lifelong Learning Program

May 3, 2004
Category: Evening & Graduate, Events, Students
Catawba College President Dr. Robert Knott commissioned 12 students in its Lifelong Learning program as Junior Marshals in an April 24 ceremony held in the Hurley Room of the Cannon Student Center.These Junior Marshals were chosen from the junior class based on academic rank and are among the most…
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Catawba College Professor Delivers Paper at Conference

April 27, 2004
Category: Faculty
Dr. Aaron Butler, a member of the English Department faculty at Catawba College, attended the West Virginia Shakespeare and Renaissance Association Conference April 22. While there, he also delivered a paper, “Gift of the Magus: Mystical Glasses in Renaissance Drama.”
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