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Catawba to Host Community Reading of Shakespeare's The Tempest

January 10, 2020

Categories: Academics, English, Events

Catawba College will offer one final play, Shakespeare's The Tempest, in its series of annual community readings. One act will be read each Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m.  from January 28 through February 25, with March 3 as a possible snow date. Dr. Bethany Sinnott, retired Catawba Shakespeare…

Catawba Students Learn to "Put It All Together" during Mountain Retreat

November 25, 2019

Categories: Academics, Events, Students

Students in Dr. Ken Clapp’s “Putting it all together for a great college experience and a life well-lived” First-Year Seminar (FYS) traveled to Jonas Ridge, N.C. (near Linville) for a class retreat away from campus in the beautiful North Carolina mountains.  Dr. Clapp noted that the retreat was…

Catawba College Students Learn about Social Justice Efforts Thanks to "Poor People's Campaign"

November 22, 2019

Categories: Academics, Events, Students

Professors Andi Cantrell and Kim Porter took their First-Year Seminar classes to the Poor People’s Campaign in Salisbury.  Both seminars have a focus on social justice issues such as poverty, racism, sexism, and environmental justice. The outing provided a unique opportunity for students to witness…

Catawba College to Present ‘Gift to the Community’ With Traditional Service of Lesson and Carols

November 18, 2019

Categories: Alumni, Events, Music, Students

The popular Catawba College Service of Lessons and Carols that is referred to as the College’s “gift to the community” will be held in the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on Monday, Dec. 2, and Thursday, Dec 5. The Prelude will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the service beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are not…

Catawba Environment and Sustainability Students Center-Stage for the Climate

November 17, 2019

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Events, Students

On Friday November 8, 2019, a total of 15 Environment and Sustainability faculty and students took to Charlotte in support of the Fridays for the Future movement. This movement is in support of more conscientious governance and critical decision-making in response to the climate changes that…

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