November 21, 2019
  • 5:27 pm It’s Okay To Not Be Okay: Student Mental Health
  • 3:40 am One Less Degree at Catawba
  • 3:32 am Local Legends: Helen’s Bridge
  • 9:58 pm Hot Spots of Salisbury
  • 9:35 pm It’s a Haunting Good Time

Every year, Catawba is gifted with dozens of talented freshmen looking to work towards a career in theatre. One of these freshmen is offered The Burnett Hobgood Theatre Arts Scholarship, which is the full-tuition scholarship for an incoming student who demonstrates the most potential in “changing the face of American theatre.” After completing several qualifications […]

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A new semester brings a fresh start and different opportunities for college students. It also brings new classes, some of which have never been offered before. Ceramics, a topics course in the Studio Art program, is the first of its kind to be offered to Catawba College students. With a maximum capacity of 12 students, […]

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When thinking about coming to Catawba, prospective students often decide to come for theatre or athletics. However, the students that don’t participate in theatre do not realize how significant the program is to Catawba’s campus. They may not even be aware that the department exists, just because it’s on the other side of campus. Yet, […]

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By Cassandra James While most students used the three-day MLK weekend to catch up on sleep or get ahead on homework, some members of Catawba’s Theatre Club teamed up to script, film, and edit a ten-minute film in under 48 hours. Film Fest is an annual event hosted by the Blue Masque. Even those who […]

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Feb. 9, 2019, marked the date for the annual Winterfest dance at Catawba College. The dance was held from 9 p.m.-12 a.m. in the Goodman Gym, which was completely unrecognizable due to the festive decorations and the hundreds of people walking around in their formal attire. This year’s Winterfest theme was “galaxy,” which was made […]

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