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

Some people have the ability to leave a special presence wherever they go. Whether it be because of her sheer talent, her contagious smile, or her inspiring tenacity, Jessica Pautz does just that. A senior majoring in Communications and minoring in Marketing and Theatre Arts, has some big dreams that she will no doubt exceed. […]

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By Christopher Cook Students, professors, and alumnae are all encouraging colleges to require travel abroad before graduation. While numerous institutions for higher learning are encouraging students to take time out of their four years in college to explore the world, very few actually require it to graduate from the institution. Cristian Solis a graduate of […]

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On Jan. 2, 2019, Ginger Hamric turned in her resignation to step down as Catawba’s volleyball head coach. “I cried for two days straight,” says Hamric. “But I knew it’s what I had to do.” Hamric had a stellar career at Catawba leading her team to 536 wins during her tenure, including two South Atlantic […]

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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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Every year, Catawba College’s Theatre Arts program gains new, talented students and delivers extraordinary productions. Unfortunately, as the new students arrive, older students see their way out the door into new opportunities. One of these students is senior, BFA Musical Theatre major and Dance minor, Darren Vance. Throughout his four years at Catawba, Vance has […]

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