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

By Jessica Pautz Leaving Catawba for the summer of 2018, I was excited, liberated and ready live up the break that was very…well…needed. Unfortunately, God had other plans for me. Within the second night of my summer vacation, I woke up terrified in the wee hours of the morning. Mind you, I’m a late riser, […]

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Photo above by Vanna Christian, Staunton, VA It’s a cool, sunny day. Kids chase each other with makeshift wands, shouting spells and quoting lines, amid hundreds of people in cloaks wandering around magic-themed streets at the town’s center. On the corner stands a massive brick playhouse—the only of its kind in the world and the […]

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The Catawba College community lost a beloved former professor on September 5, 2018. Mike Hogewood taught in the Ketner School of Business from 2015-2018 as an Assistant Professor of Communications. During his three years at Catawba, Hogewood helped grow the Sports Communications program and reinvented The Pioneer, Catawba’s student newspaper, for which he served as […]

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Dylan Rasmussen (left) and Reese Scott (right) above, photo by Bryan Izzo By Reese Scott and Morgan Harrison The season’s are changing and the weather is getting colder by the day. It’s October and the town of Salisbury has caught a case of the spooks, and from the looks of it, so has the campus […]

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By Maurice Jones  When most people think of college athletics, women’s golf is not the first sport that comes to their minds. Football and basketball are typically the most followed college sports. This is also true for Catawba College, but the 2018 Catawba women’s golf team is looking to change that notion. In recent years, […]

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