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Rowan County Fair Proves To Be A Great Event


Lucas Safrit, Writer
September 30, 2014

Despite the recent hustle and bustle of the Autumn season, many visitors flocked to the Rowan County fair off of Julian Road last week to have a great time. The fair did not disappoint by any means. With new and improved rides, numerous food vendors, and plenty of games to entertain, the event has been... Read more »

“Sounds of Silence” Class Takes a Trip

Sounds of Silence

Courtney Briscoe, Writer
September 22, 2014

On the morning of Saturday, September 20, students registered in the honors course “Sounds of Silence” met with their instructors, Dr. Julie Chamberlain and Dr. Maria Vandergriff-Avery, in front of the Hedrick Administration Building in order to take a class trip to the International Civil Rights... Read more »

Ask the Column!

Coffee and Newspaper

Samantha Gates, Writer
September 10, 2014

Ever had a question you just weren’t sure who to ask? Or a question you’ve asked a million different people and still aren’t sure you’ve heard every side? Looking for something to do near Catawba? Want to know more about a specific place or event? Or maybe you just need somebody to confirm your... Read more »

So You Want to Volunteer?

Individuals in green shirts volunteer during the Streamliners in Spencer event.

Lucas Safrit, Writer
September 9, 2014

As the school year resumes on its natural course here at Catawba College, many students may be seeking a way to get out and do something not on campus or build up service hours or to help make a difference in the community. Whatever the case may be, Volunteering in the local community is a great way... Read more »

Catawba Cruises in 35-7 Win Over Davidson


Kaetlyn McNabb, Sports Writer
September 7, 2014

Coming into last season, the Catawba football team was going through a tranisition with a new coaching staff and many inexperienced players.  A year later, they are a wiser and a year better, as they showed in their 35-7 stomping of Davidson on Saturday night. The Indians had a rocky start to their... Read more »

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 »