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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 »

Single on V-Day? That’s Okay!

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Samuel Reeder, Writer
February 11, 2015

It is that time of the year again where Valentine’s Day comes upon us. And it can be a day filled with love and affection for your significant other. But if you are like a lot of people on Valentine’s Day, you find yourself alone and without a date. For those of you who are single, here are some... Read more »

Build Your Own Critter 2015

Hannah Davis, Writer
February 9, 2015

The much anticipated yearly Build Your Own Critter Wigwam event was a big success. This year, students also got to create cute Valentines Day cards, decorate some yummy cookies, and take silly photographs with the photo-booth props. Another new addition this year is that the critters that students got... Read more »

Intramural Sports

CJ Cain, Writer
February 2, 2015

Intramural sports are events that a lot of the student body looks forward to each year.  Students look forward to these events because of the competitiveness of the events. Some look at it for the simple fact of fun. A lot of people who play intramural sports are people who are active amongst the... Read more »

“There’s No Place Like Catawba”

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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

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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 »

Students’ Top Picks at McCorkle’s

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Alanna Paget, Writer
September 29, 2014

Ever been in a rush to class and find yourself being indecisive about making a selection at McCorkle’s? Well, some student’s are here to help you make a quicker decision. Formally known as Mondo’s, McCorkle’s offers students several food and snack options to satisfy your taste buds. Whether it’s... Read more »

Shag Night

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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 »

The Big Idea Business Plan Competition

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Hannah Davis, Writer
March 19, 2014

A new competition has sprung up in Rowan County for any one above the age of 16 who has a business idea that they wish to pursue. Competitors may work as a team or individually but they must be in high school, college, or an adult in Rowan County. High school teams and individuals are required to have... Read more »

Relax, It’s Friday

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Hannah Davis, Writer
February 24, 2014

The Wigwam event this Friday was all about relaxation. As one of the only full weeks of classes since students have gotten back from winter break, the event was extremely welcomed by students. At the event, there were four full massage chairs, and four massaging cots that gently rocked your legs and... Read more »