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Catawba College Students Assist Cannon Ballers in Executing Mascot Reveal

February 5, 2020

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

This past fall semester more than 25 Catawba College students were on hand for a historic night in Kannapolis as the Chicago White Sox single A affiliate, the Kannapolis Intimidators, revealed their new name, the Cannon Ballers, in front of thousands of fans who celebrated the new era of minor…

Catawba College Choirs to Present ‘Love Is In the Air’ Spring Concert

February 5, 2020

Categories: Academics, Events, Music, Students

The Catawba College choirs will present their first spring concert on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 4 p.m., in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel located on the Catawba campus. The theme, “Love is in the Air,” will feature musical selections related to the love of God, country and humankind.   The Catawba choirs are…

Catawba College's March 19th Symposium Postponed

February 4, 2020

Categories: English, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students

**EVENT POSTPONED**Though risk continues to remain low on campus and erring on the side of caution, Catawba College has postponed the Brady Authors Symposium, originally scheduled for March 19. The popular event, this year featuring author Salley McAden McInerney, will be rescheduled. On a…Catawba College’s 34th annual Brady Author’s Symposium will feature award-winning journalist and author Salley McAden McInerney. The Thursday, March 19th event showcases the entertaining and accomplished author of Journey Proud. The event is scheduled in Hedrick Little Theatre on Catawba’s campus.…

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…