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Operation Christmas Child at Catawba

Alanna Paget, Writer
November 19, 2014

Every year, Catawba participates in the Operation Christmas Child shoebox project. This is a service project in which shoeboxes get filled with little presents for needy children around the world. As students and faculty members, there are several ways to participate in this wonderful service project.... Read more »

Course on Consent and Respect

Kiersten Nichols, Writer/Photographer
November 12, 2014

On Monday, November 3rd, 2014, the student body received an email reminder to complete a course entitled “Consent and Respect.”  This course is Catawba’s effort to be in compliance with a law that will be coming into effect called The SaVE Act.  SaVE stands for Sexual Violence Elimination.  The... Read more »

Wigwam Productions Presents Blanket Bingo

Alanna Paget, Writer
November 10, 2014

It was a cozy Friday night when Catawba’s Student Center looked very similar to Harry Potter’s Great Hall. Christmas lights were turned on and hung up all across the ceiling and made students feel the holiday spirit arriving. Several tables were set up close to one another in order for students to... Read more »

Get in the know with Kim Soo!

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William Spencer, Writer
November 5, 2014

The regular hustle and bustle of an everyday college student can be taxing. In addition to dealing with classes, we also must ensure that our safety and well-being will not be compromised. A multitude of threats to ourselves and our academic performance spring up often in our lives and occasionally,... Read more »

A Place at the Table Event

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Hannah Davis, Writer
October 31, 2014

On Tuesday October the 8th the Center for the Environment hosted a movie and food tasting event. Bread Riot and Food for Thought put on the event. Bread Riot is a local educational nonprofit organization here in Salisbury. Their main goal is to try and educate people on the importance of buying food... Read more »

Catawba Levels up with Anime and Video Gaming

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William Spencer, Writer
October 27, 2014

The clubs offered at Catawba allow for a variety of culture, entertainment, and volunteer opportunities. As well, they allow students with a particular interest to join other like-minded people. The Anime and Video Gaming club blends both Japanese animation and literature with American video gaming to... Read more »

James Davis: A Criminal Defense Lawyer

Kiersten Nichols, Writer/Photographer
October 27, 2014

On March 7, 2000 a month long capital murder trial was concluded by James Davis.  His client was a 28 yr old white female with an IQ of 78, the average IQ is around 100.  She was accused of killing her father and was facing the death sentence. She testified for two days, there was a lot of forensic... Read more »

Less Stress and More Success: Helpful Tips for Catawba Students

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William Spencer, Writer
October 22, 2014

The life of a college student is not always the easiest. Between classes, studying, and squeezing in time with friends, overwhelming yourself is very possible. Remember that it is important to remain calm and keep a cool head when the going gets tough and here are 10 ways to reduce your stress levels... Read more »

No Ride, No Problem

Alanna Paget, Writer
October 17, 2014

Have you ever struggled to get a ride? How do you make it downtown or even to the airport? I’m here to give you some suggestions about how you can make it around the town. My first go to option would be to always ask a friend on campus. Sometimes offering people gas money is a nice way of giving them... Read more »

Serendipity in Biological Research Talk

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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 »