September 28, 2020
  • 6:02 pm Our Own Shelter Guardians
  • 5:57 pm The Top 4 in Catawba Athletics
  • 5:46 pm Catawba’s New and Upcoming Beach Volleyball Program
  • 5:35 pm From a Restaurant to a Crime Scene
  • 5:32 pm Study Tips for Catawba’s Nursing Program

On January 25, 2020, to welcome college students back to the community for the second semester, Thelma’s Down Home Cooking, a local restaurant hosted a college party. Before this event took place, based on social media posts and conversations with other students, the students at both, Catawba and Livingstone College, were very excited and anticipated […]

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On March 13, 2020, Catawba College President Brian Lewis sent out an email to students, parents, and faculty that Catawba College will be sending everyone home due to COVID-19. “Classes will be delivered remotely from March 23 until April 12,” the email read from President Lewis. “We will continually evaluate the situation and we will […]

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Turning on the news these days is scary. Whether it’s covering the latest Coronavirus infection rate, the death toll or introducing some new restrictions, it’s something that we are all nervous to listen to. The COVID-19 crisis has come and taken the world by storm. Whether we like it or not, our world has changed. […]

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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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