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In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark

October 26, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

View photos from their journeyBethany and Aidan Sinnott suspended time for six weeks this summer and traveled in the footsteps of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.   It was the Sinnotts’ way to mark the 200th anniversary of those explorers’ trek across the continental United States…

In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark

October 26, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

View photos from their journeyBethany and Aidan Sinnott suspended time for six weeks this summer and traveled in the footsteps of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.   It was the Sinnotts’ way to mark the 200th anniversary of those explorers’ trek across the continental United States…

Catawba College English Professor's Essay to Be Published

September 30, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

Dr. Aaron Butler of the Catawba College English Department has had an essay accepted for publication.   The essay is entitled "The Gift of the Magus: Mystical Glasses in Renaissance Drama," and it will appear in the 2005 volume of Shakespeare and Renaissance Association Selected Papers (SRASP).The…

Catawba College English Professor's Essay to Be Published

September 30, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

Dr. Aaron Butler of the Catawba College English Department has had an essay accepted for publication.   The essay is entitled "The Gift of the Magus: Mystical Glasses in Renaissance Drama," and it will appear in the 2005 volume of Shakespeare and Renaissance Association Selected Papers (SRASP).The…

African American Appalachian Poet to Perform at Catawba College

September 29, 2004

Categories: English, Events, Students

She’s a poet, a performer and an activist, and the public is invited to see her in all three roles when African American Appalachian Poet Patricia A. Johnson performs at Catawba College Monday, October 25.   Her free program entitled, “Somebody’s Child,” is slated for 7:30…