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Latest Boutique Right Down The Street

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Alanna Paget, Writer
September 15, 2014

Have you heard? There is a new boutique right down the street from our very own Catawba College campus! It features a taste of southern style perfect for college girls, in addition to jewelry and accessories. If you’re looking for a gift, a last minute outfit for the weekend, or even a stylish new... Read more »

Movie Review: “As Above, So Below”


Ron Stewart, Writer
September 9, 2014

If you are into new century horror and thrillers that mess with your mind like myself then, As Above, So Below, is meant for you. Get ready to take a trip through miles of twisting catacombs that  lie beneath the streets of Paris, the eternal home to countless souls. When a team of explorers ventures... Read more »

So You Want to Volunteer?

Individuals in green shirts volunteer during the Streamliners in Spencer event.

Lucas Safrit, Writer
September 9, 2014

As the school year resumes on its natural course here at Catawba College, many students may be seeking a way to get out and do something not on campus or build up service hours or to help make a difference in the community. Whatever the case may be, Volunteering in the local community is a great way... Read more »

Yiasou Greek Festival

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Hannah Davis, Writer
September 8, 2014

Students in Catawba College’s honors program had the unique experience of attending the Yiasou Greek festival in downtown Charlotte on Saturday, September the 6th. Around forty students in total attended the event along with Dr. Feeney, Dr. Hake, and Dr. Holtzman. For entertainment, there were dance... Read more »

Chicago at the Meroney Theatre

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Courtney Briscoe, Writer
April 10, 2014

The musical Chicago, based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins, is currently being performed at the Meroney Theatre in Salisbury, NC. Upcoming performance dates include April 11th and 12th at 7:30 PM. Directed by Tod A. Kubo, the show features some of Catawba’s very own, including Jordan Clifton... Read more »

Badin Road Drive-In Provides Old Time Fun


Darby Reedy, Editor
November 25, 2013

Located in nearby Albemarle, North Carolina, the Badin Road Drive-In provides an experience that is becoming hard to find. Drive-ins have mostly disappeared, being replaced by indoor theaters. But the Badin Road Drive-In is still up and running and providing a great experience for anyone who visits. The... Read more »

SNCAE Halloween


Kristi Leonard, Writer
November 4, 2013

On this past chilly Halloween night, Fulton Heights Neighborhood held a Halloween event. As I pulled up on a side street in Fulton Heights Neighborhood, there were tons of cars sitting around. While setting up SNCAE’s table for face painting, the abundance of children gathering at the other end of... Read more »

Patterson’s Pumpkins


Kristi Leonard, Writer
October 24, 2013

Patterson Farm is a local pumpkin patch that has tons of activities for those young and old. Patterson Farms started selling produce grown from their land in 1946. James A. Patterson and Sons have been farming since 1919. The family had a passion for growing and producing crops; the farm took on the... Read more »

Restaurant Review: Kimono


Rebecca Rider, Writer
September 24, 2013

There’s a new Japanese-style restaurant around that’s stealing the show. Kimono has only been open a few months, but it’s already a pretty hopping place to go. Kimono’s first impression might not be the best. It’s obviously in a building not built for it, and the interior... Read more »

Katana Japanese Fusion Sushi


Kristi Leonard, Writer
September 10, 2013

Looking for some good Japanese that’s affordable? Try Katana Japanese Fusion. Katana Japanese Fusion is just a short drive from Catawba’s campus, and the food is probably one of the best “fast” Japanese Restaurants I have been to. I ordered the Hibachi Chicken and within a few short minutes my... Read more »