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Newman Park Renovation Plans Updated

July 28, 2021

Category: Athletics

Catawba College began Phase I of its Newman Park Renovations in June 2021. New synthetic turf will be laid with enhanced field drainage and new field-level dugouts. You can watch the progress of the renovations on our time-lapse camera which takes a still photo every ten minutes.  During…

Catawba Supporters Bill and Rosemary Hall: Committed to Newman Park Renovation

July 13, 2021

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Athletics

For Bill and Rosemary Hall, contributing to the renovation of Newman Park is an investment in Catawba College, as well as in Rowan County economic development. They are dedicated to the current $10 million fund-raising efforts. “There are so many positives,” Bill says. “It’s good for overall…

Catawba College Names Two New Members and Change in Leadership to its Board of Trustees

May 27, 2021

Categories: Alumni, Athletics, Staff

The two new members joining Catawba’s Board of Trustees are Marvin Moore of Concord, Principal of Salisbury High School and Bill Wagoner of Salisbury, owner and developer of Wagoner Properties. The new trustees will begin their four-year terms at the conclusion of the Board’s April 2021 meeting. …

Catawba College Alumnus a Contributing Author on United Nations Development Project Research Study

April 26, 2021

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Athletics, Business & Economics

Luca Picci ’19 is celebrating his first professional publication as a contributing author on a United Nations Development Project research study titled “Analyzing Long-term socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 across diverse African contexts." This paper can be accessed on the Africa UNDP website, and…

Catawba Women’s Basketball is Going Dancing

March 8, 2021

Categories: Athletics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences, Students

by Emma White '21, Sport Management & Sport Communication Major Catawba’s Women’s Basketball has earned a spot in the NCAA II Southeast Regional Tournament.  With only 48 teams selected into the tournament, the Catawba College Indians (10-3) will go in as a six seed, facing three seed,…