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What’s Helping Students Making It Through Finals Week

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Alanna Paget, Writer
December 8, 2014

From group projects, to final presentations and last tests before the actual “final exams.” Getting enough sleep, reminding yourself to grab a bite to eat, keeping up with your friends, and actually remembering to breathe and remain stress-free. This is what has been going through the minds... Read more »

Catawba College’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

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Courtney Briscoe, Writer
December 3, 2014

As usual, Catawba College’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony created an atmosphere of unity and cheer among students, faculty, and their families this year. On Monday, November 24 around 5:00 in the evening, the Student Center was filled with smiling faces as people gathered around the stage... Read more »

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 »

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 »

Catawba Soars with Kyle Snyder!

William Spencer, Writer
November 26, 2014

On Tuesday, November 19, the Ketner School of Business was visited by NextGen Air Transportation Program Director and Catawba College alumni, Kyle Snyder. His presentation discussed his work with NextGen (NGAT for short), a group sponsored by the Institute of Transportation Research and Education (ITRE)... Read more »

Thanksgiving Plans

Alanna Paget, Writer
November 26, 2014

Thanksgiving time has arrived! Can you believe it? It’s time for students to go home, gather around the table, be thankful, enjoy family, and celebrate this wonderful holiday. I decided to find out what a couple of students were doing for this amazing time of the year. Many students like to head out... Read more »

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 »