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Green is Good Event

Hannah Davis, Writer
November 17, 2014

Salisbury hosted several events in the past few weeks trying to gain the towns interest into equipping the whole city with as many solar panels as possible. It all began with the Solarize Salisbury at the Lee Street Theatre downtown. The Solarize event was open to the public and allowed local citizens... Read more »

“There’s No Place Like Catawba”

Bonfire ECO Workers

Hannah Davis, Writer
October 27, 2014

This year’s homecoming theme was “There’s No Place Like Catawba,” a pun off of the famous Wizard of Oz quote “There’s no place like home.” The week kicked off on Tuesday with a “Make it, Take it” night featuring custom koozies, car decals and lucky bamboo plants. On Wednesday was the... Read more »

11th Annual Duck Draw


Samuel Reeder, Writer
October 17, 2014

It is that time of year again where Student Affairs puts on their annual fundraiser, the Duck Draw! This year marks their 11th year hosting this fundraiser. The Duck Draw is a fundraiser that helps provide Thanksgiving meals for families that need assistance this holiday season. The meals include: a... Read more »

Consequences of Living With Chemicals Talk


Hannah Davis, Writer
October 17, 2014

On Tuesday October the 7th, Dr. Folami Iderabdullah gave a talk at Catawba College on the consequences of living with chemicals, for better or for worse. Dr. Iderabdullah is an assistant professor at UNC Chapel Hills Nutrition Research Institution (NRI) in Kannapolis working in the departments of Genetics... Read more »

Serendipity in Biological Research Talk

praying mantis

Hannah Davis, Writer
October 9, 2014

Robert K. Rose, Professor Emeritus at the Department of Biological Sciences at Old Dominion University of Norfolk, Virginia visited Catawba on Friday, October 3rd, 2014. Professor Emeritus Robert Rose began teaching at the University of Norfolk in 1979 and is a biologist with a focus in on small mammals. He... Read more »

Family Weekend at Catawba


Samuel Reeder, Writer
September 29, 2014

Family weekend was a huge success at Catawba. It kicked off Friday night with the pep rally for our first home game. There the families got a dose of how much spirit this school has. They saw everything from the cheerleaders to the Catawba Marching Band and got to share school spirit with their students. It... Read more »

Preview: Rowan County Fair


Lucas Safrit, Political Analyst/Writer
September 23, 2014

The time of year is upon us once again when the chilly air starts to replace the hot summer sun. Leaves start to fall, Pumpkin Spice flavoring becomes a top seller in stores, and football is in full swing. Yes, fall has arrived right on schedule. Although there are numerous fall festivals to attend before... Read more »



Hannah Davis, Writer
September 22, 2014

Sunday afternoons on any college campus usually involve gloomy faces as students begin to realize that the weekend is coming to a close and that they must prepare for the upcoming week of classes. However, the Student Government Association, Philomathean Society, Helen Foil Beard women’s society, and... Read more »

Senior Showcase 2014


Hannah Davis, Writer
September 15, 2014

Last Friday, September 12th, the Artists Development Program (ADP) hosted the annual senior showcase. Usually, students in the Artists Development Program perform a free concert one Friday night per semester. However, the seniors only have to perform at the Senior Showcase. This is to encourage seniors... Read more »

Shag Night

Justin Burroughs and Brittany Hahn shag dancing

Hannah Davis, Writer
April 15, 2014

Last Wednesday, April 9th, the Freshman Class hosted a Shag Dance event on the outdoor sand volleyball courts. The event was open for beginners, pros, or anyone who has never even heard of Shag dancing. Even if you did not want to dance, you could socialize, play frisbee and listen to the relaxing beach... Read more »