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Justice for All: Conversation with Catawba’s Title IX Administrator

Justice for All: Conversation with Catawba’s Title IX Administrator

Michael Jones, Editor
November 3, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

According to a 1979 Federal law, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” This policy is known as Title... Read more »

Catawba 06’ Alumnus Dennis Reed

Catawba 06’ Alumnus Dennis Reed

Chris Averill, Writer
November 3, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

2006 Catawba Alumnus and Music Business graduate, Dennis Reed, spent this year on tour with the renowned R&B/Soul artist, Fantasia. While on tour, Fantasia picked up the song, “Necessary” written and released by Dennis Reed over a decade ago. After hearing the song, Fantasia began performing... Read more »

Student Spotlight: Nichole Rosati

Student Spotlight: Nichole Rosati

William Spencer, Editor
November 2, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

“It’s really simple and easy to make,” are the words you’ll hear if you stop by Nichole Rosati’s table in the Canon Student Center during lunch in September. An avid lover of all things fun and nerdy, Rosati has adapted her passion into her profession with her 8-bit artwork. The senior Accounting... Read more »

Athlete Spotlight: C.J. Barksdale

Lexie Stavac, Writer
October 30, 2016
Filed under Sports, Spotlights, Top Stories

Catawba’s football team has not had the season they had hoped for, but there have been some bright spots. One of those is senior defensive lineman C.J. Barksdale. He came to Catawba from Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville, S.C. Barksdale seemed headed for a great career when he was named the... Read more »

Bees? Bees.

Bees? Bees.

Hannah Davis, Editor
October 29, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

The Environmental Stewards is a scholarship group on campus that specializes in helping to make a greener, more sustainable Catawba College Campus and Salisbury community. The group is open to students who are majoring or minoring in an Environmental field. These students work all year long on projects ... Read more »

Student Spotlight: Taylor Mason

Student Spotlight: Taylor Mason

Abygail Rohletter, Writer, Photographer
October 27, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

Catawba College is known for its diverse and talented population. One such talent is Taylor Mason, a freshman here at Catawba College and a good friend of mine. A self-described “country girl at heart,” she loves the outdoors and her jeep almost as much as she loves being the life of the party, singing,... Read more »

A Veteran’s College Success Story

A Veteran’s College Success Story

Shawn Stoffel, Writer, Photographer
October 25, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

When I joined the Marine Corps in 1995, military service became a way of life for me. Over the years, I had amassed an enormous service resume with many of the armed forces notorious combat units. I deployed to Afghanistan with the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Light Infantry Division while serving in... Read more »

Student Spotlight: Trey Irby

Student Spotlight: Trey Irby

Laurel Edge, Writer
September 19, 2016
Filed under Spotlights

Trey Irby, from Concord NC, is an honors senior here at Catawba College and is preparing to graduate in the Spring of 2017. Irby is seeking a BA Theatre Arts Degree as well as a minor in Studio Art. He has been involved with the theatre arts department throughout his entire college career. His previous... Read more »

Catawba’s Unsung Heroes: Why Nurses Candy & Kathi Care

Catawba’s Unsung Heroes: Why Nurses Candy & Kathi Care

Brittany C Beal, Editor
September 6, 2016
Filed under Spotlights, Top Stories

Catawba College boasts an impressive diversity here on campus, with students from across the states to across borders and oceans. The culture of the campus is rich and beautiful because of the variety of people here, but with so many young adults growing accustomed to being far from home, college itself... Read more »

Catawba Student, Darryl Bell to Release His First Single, “Hate That I Love You”

Catawba Student, Darryl Bell to Release His First Single, “Hate That I Love You”

William Spencer, Writer and Social Media Editor
September 1, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Spotlights

SALISBURY, NC – Catawba College student, Darryl Bell is releasing his new single, “Hate That I Love You” online on Friday, September 2. Composed by Bell and produced by friend and fellow Catawban, Chris Averill, the song serves as the singer’s first release as a professional artist. “The... Read more »

Bringing in the New: Cheerleading Style

Bringing in the New: Cheerleading Style

Kendra Evans, Writer
August 30, 2016
Filed under Sports, Spotlights

Here at Catawba, there is someone new joining the family. Formally a UNCG Alumni, Taylor Currie has become the new cheerleading coach. Taylor has 10 years of experience with cheerleading. She heard about the job opening from her fiancé TJ Wharton, a former baseball player for Catawba. When he mentioned... Read more »

Catawba College Student, Julia McRae Helps Students Find Their Voice!

Catawba College Student, Julia McRae Helps Students Find Their Voice!

William Spencer, Writer and Social Media Editor
April 14, 2016
Filed under Archives, Featured A&E, Spotlights, Student Life & News

One of the hardest things for anyone to do is find their voice, the one thing that makes them unique and sets them apart as an individual. The task is difficult and daunting for those who do not know where to start but for Catawba College student, Julia McRae, may just have the answer. On Friday, March... Read more »

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