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Jenny Fulton, Founder of Miss Jenny’s Pickles


Courtney Briscoe, Writer
April 22, 2014

The Ralph Ketner School of Business was proud to present Catawba College’s annual Distinguished CEO Lecture Series on Thursday, April 17, featuring Jenny Fulton, the founder of Miss Jenny’s Pickles. In his opening remarks, President Brien Lewis called her journey one exempla of the “head and gut... Read more »

Catawbapalooza 2014


Hannah Davis, Writer
April 7, 2014

Last week, Catawba hosted its annual Catawbapalooza event. There were exciting events all week long. At each event, students were given a free gift for attending but you had to show up early if you wanted one! Some of the prizes were a plastic ID cardholder, a collapsible Frisbee, and an orange Mason... Read more »

Catawba Women Fall to Lenior-Rhyne

Women's Basketball vs. Lenoir-Rhyne

Aaron Hartsell, Sports Writer
February 24, 2014

The Catawba Indians women’s basketball team fell to Lenior-Rhyne last Wednesday night 62-55. The Bears would get off to a fast start as they got the opening tip off and started out scoring the first 4 points of the game. They would take a 7-2 lead to start. Catawba would get back in the game and make... Read more »

Nancy Sleeth Shows How to “Simplify”

Nancy Sleeth

William Spencer, Writer
February 20, 2014

On Monday, February 10, Catawba College was proud to welcome Christian environmentalist, author, and educator, Nancy Sleeth to the Lilly Center for her workshop called “A Simple Plan That Simply Works,” where she discussed how her views on religion and the environment influenced her to downsize or... Read more »

Snow Days at Catawba College


Courtney Briscoe, Writer
February 18, 2014

The phrase “snow day” has different meanings for different people, and Catawba College had three snow days in a row last week. Some saw it as a chance to let loose, and others decided to enjoy their five-day weekend indoors. There were many snowmen to be seen around campus last week—including some... Read more »

Academic Recovery: What Do I Do Now?


William Spencer, Writer
February 13, 2014

Second semester at Catawba College is in full swing and along with the new semester comes more classes, more homework, and more pressure to do well. This pressure is especially present for those who had less than stellar grades to come back to after the holiday break. Now they must ask themselves ‘how... Read more »

Catawba Women defeat Carson-Newman

Women's Basketball vs. Carson-Newman

Aaron Hartsell, Sports Writer
February 3, 2014

The Catawba Indians women’s basketball team defeated Carson-Newman Saturday afternoon 56-47. The Indians got off to a slow start as the Eagles got the opening tip off and started out fast with a 3 pointer to open the game. Carson-Newman started the game on a 7-0 run before the Indians finally scored... Read more »

Catawba’s Winterfest


William Spencer, Writer
January 28, 2014

On Saturday, February 8, Catawba College will be gearing up for its annual Winterfest celebration, a dance that allows students to let loose and have fun while on campus. Normally held in the Crystal Peeler Lounge, this year’s dance will be in the gymnasium complete with decorations, food, music, and... Read more »

A Gallon a Day

Dan Takes a Swim

Courtney Briscoe, Writer
January 28, 2014

Dan Couchenour, an environmental science education major, is working on a senior project meant to affect Catawba College’s campus and the environment in a positive way through the conservation of water. He has been taking this project very seriously, even going as far as monitoring the water bills... Read more »

Cookies Around the World


Kristi Leonard, Writer
November 19, 2013

Every year about this time, SNCAE hosts a Cookies Around the World event. Well this event comes but once a year and this year officers, Kristi Leonard, Michelle Newberger, Paige Smart, Erika Spach, Karina Hernandez, and countless others took the liberty of baking these cookies. Upon arrival in the student... Read more »