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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…

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…

Catawba Professor Finds That Learning English Can Turn Tide for Foreign Orphans

September 14, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

View PhotosThere is a way for orphans in both Russia and Cambodia to improve their lots, Catawba College Mathematics Professor Dr. Paul Baker learned this summer during mission trips to both countries.   Those orphans can learn to speak English.Speaking English provides an escape route for these…

Catawba Professor Finds That Learning English Can Turn Tide for Foreign Orphans

September 14, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

View PhotosThere is a way for orphans in both Russia and Cambodia to improve their lots, Catawba College Mathematics Professor Dr. Paul Baker learned this summer during mission trips to both countries.   Those orphans can learn to speak English.Speaking English provides an escape route for these…

Catawba College Professor Participates in N.C. Shakespeare Festival

September 10, 2004

Categories: English, Faculty

Dr. Bethany Sinnott, a professor of English and chair of the English Department at Catawba College, will participate in the upcoming N.C. Shakespeare Festival in High Point.   From 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2, she will present the Nancy Lyles Classics in Context Seminar on "Othello."  …