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Philomathean Blackout

Samuel Reeder, Writer
April 29, 2015

The Philomathean Blackout was hosted by the Philomathean Society. It was a campus wide event for all day students to participate in for free. The Blackout is an event which resembles a rave. It was held in the cafeteria at night with the windows blacked out. Members of the society set up the event putting... Read more »

Honors Go Airbound!

Kiersten Nichols, Writer/Photographer
March 31, 2015

The Catawba Honors Program spring social was held at Airbound Trampoline Park in Winston-Salem.  Honors students were able to play at the arcade, jump into a foam block pit, play dodge ball on a trampoline, or just jump on their regular personal trampolines.

Dr. Randy Fulk and the NC Zoo

Zoo talk

Hannah Davis, Writer
March 23, 2015

Randy Fulk, an educator and researcher at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, visited Catawba last week.  Members of the Environmental Stewards group were able to have a less formal talk with Dr. Fulk before his official talk. During this time, Dr. Fulk talked with students about the various jobs he... Read more »

Jabali Afrika

African Drum

Hannah Davis, Writer
February 17, 2015

In honor of Black History Month, Wigwam teamed up with the Catawba College Diversity Club for this past Friday’s event. Students who came to the event got to experience authentic African music. Members of the band, who are originally from Kenya, performed tribal songs on special African drums and other... Read more »

Salisbury Sings in the Season!

Kiersten Nichols, Writer/Photographer
December 9, 2014

On Friday, December 5th, Salisbury welcomed in the holiday season in downtown.  There were carolers out and about and many business were decorated both outside and in. The businesses also joined in on the holiday spirit by offering discounts and snacks to shoppers.

Operation Christmas Child Packing Party

Kaetlyn McNabb
December 1, 2014

Thursday November 20, Catawba College hosted a packing party for Operation Christmas Child. If you don’t know what Operation Christmas Child is, it is a mission to give needy children around the world a Christmas present while sharing the word and love of God! Catawba had a goal to fill at least 400... Read more »

Carolina Renaissance Festival

Kaetlyn McNabb, Sports
November 26, 2014

The Carolina Renaissance Festival is fun for families and all ages! The Festival began on the weekend of October fourth and ended last weeked. There were all different kinds of activities going on throughout the day from jousts, camel riding, petting zoos, singing, or going in the gift shops all set... Read more »

Kevin Lyman: The Man Behind Warped Tour

Kiersten Nichols, Writer/Photographer
November 26, 2014

On Friday November 14, Catawba College had the pleasure of welcoming Kevin Lyman to our campus.  Kevin Lyman is an entrepreneur that is best known for creating the Vans Warped Tour.  This event was hosted by Catawba’s School of Business and the Department of Music. Kevin Lyman attended California... Read more »

Green is Good Event

green is good

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 »