December 13, 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 Cassandra James Even without a presidential or governor’s race, the 2018 midterms had a formidable impact on North Carolina’s politics. While the 12th Congressional District, which includes Salisbury, continues to be represented by Democrat Alma Adams, not everyone has been able to send a representative to Washington. In the neighboring 9th District, which stretches […]

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By Kristina Rogge We live in a culture where promoting environmentally conscious choices are one of the driving factors in many businesses and lifestyle choices. As individuals, we all need to become stewards of the environment or perish away with it. Humans play a major role in the changes of earth’s climate, and the catastrophic […]

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By Kristina Rogge The Catawba swimming team is off to finish a great season with a new record for the number of individual swimmers qualifying to compete at the NCAA Division II Nationals in March 2019. The team started off the season introducing a new assistant coach, Tharon Drake. Drake is a blind Paralympian, the […]

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By Cassandra James On the weekend of February 8, a group of Catawba students competed in the eighth annual North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) Ethics Bowl Competition. After winning all four of the initial rounds, they competed against Barton College in the semi-finals and Wake Forest University in the final round to win […]

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By Sam Carter Salem,VA— Over the weekend Catawba College’s track team went to the Finn Pincus Invitational, hosted by Roanoke College. Catawba athletes won three events and set seven new school records. Catawba men’s team set two new records Saturday. Braxton Ford broke Catawba’s record in the 600 meter dash with a time of 1:27:42. […]

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