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Less Stress and More Success: Helpful Tips for Catawba Students

Stress & Success

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

praying mantis

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 »

Cheerwine Day at Catawba!


William Spencer, Writer
October 7, 2014

On Saturday, September 27 Catawba College held its annual Cheerwine Day Open House. One of the activities included a station where visitors and residents could partake in ice cream floats with Cheerwine soda catered by the Chartwells dinning company and an experiment in the chemistry department of the... Read more »

Family Weekend at Catawba


Samuel Reeder, Writer
September 29, 2014

Family weekend was a huge success at Catawba. It kicked off Friday night with the pep rally for our first home game. There the families got a dose of how much spirit this school has. They saw everything from the cheerleaders to the Catawba Marching Band and got to share school spirit with their students. It... Read more »

Students’ Top Picks at McCorkle’s


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 »

Environmental Stewards Program


William Spencer
September 28, 2014

The Center for the Environment at Catawba College offers a wide array of opportunities for students. Clubs such as ECO and Campus Greening Association allow for interested students to participate in activities that will enable them to learn more about the environment and benefit their local communities... Read more »

Campus Worship Every Tuesday Night


Alanna Paget, Writer
September 23, 2014

Are you busy on Tuesday nights? Interested in joining our campus worship at the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel? You should give it a try. It is a wonderful time to take a break from our studies, stress, and share worship with fellow students. Dr. Clapp and several students lead this service every Tuesday and... Read more »



Hannah Davis, Writer
September 22, 2014

Sunday afternoons on any college campus usually involve gloomy faces as students begin to realize that the weekend is coming to a close and that they must prepare for the upcoming week of classes. However, the Student Government Association, Philomathean Society, Helen Foil Beard women’s society, and... Read more »

Integrated Marketing Communication


William Spencer, Writer
September 9, 2014

It is a new year at Catawba College and with a new year comes new additions to the school in the form of new students, extra-curricular opportunities and internships, and of course, new degree programs. One of the new majors offered at Catawba is Integrated Marketing Communication which incorporates... Read more »