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Accounting Opinion of the Week-A Student Perspective

Sean Fontaine, Editor

November 15, 2011

Filed under Newspaper Staff, Opinion, Out & About

I've been immersed in accounting since my sophomore year of high school so accounting fundamentally makes sense for me. The real test is grasping all the facets of the subject and the advanced topics. I’m currently taking Intermediate...

SGA Sophomore Class In Action

Sean Fontaine

November 1, 2011

Filed under Spotlights, Students, Top Stories

Thursday October 27th marked a memorable date in the lives of the residents at Trinity Oaks Assisted Living, located just off of Klumac Road in Salisbury, NC, as the SGA Sophomore Class Officers hosted a Halloween celebration...

“Touching and Enhancing Lives”, CEO James Morgan

Sean Fontaine, Editor

October 24, 2011

Filed under Ketner School of Business, Top Stories

The position of CEO comes as a very stressful one especially with the current volatility in the economy. From the decks of a Navy ship to the boardroom(s) of the Krispy Kreme headquarters located in Winston Salem, NC, James...

Letter to the Editor

Megan Varnadore, Writer

September 20, 2011

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Sean Fontaine:   The Catawba College admissions office is doing a great job of making prospective students aware of everything that Catawba College has to offer. Several of the admissions counselors are Catawba alum...

Athlete Spotlight: Anna Christopher

April 27, 2011

Filed under Uncategorized

Anna Christopher hones from Dallas, NC just 15 minutes from Charlotte. She starred as a multi-sport athlete at North Gaston High and has come to Catawba to pursue a teaching degree. With the folding of the women’s field hockey...

Senior Salute: Kaylee Johnson

Kaylee S Johnson, Photo Editor/Fine Arts Editor

April 26, 2011

Filed under Newspaper Staff, Pioneer Staff, Spotlights

I've been here for three years, and I wouldn't have traded it for the world.  Don't get me wrong, college had it's ups and downs, but in the end, I had the time of my life. I transferred in as a sophomore from UNCC because of...

Interview with Silas Boyle

Sean Fontaine, Writer

April 26, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

I had the joy of sitting down with the phenom and fellow SR hall-mate Silas Boyle Thursday and got some insight into the freshman artist. Look out for Silas Boyle on Facebook! SF: how long have you been around music? First...

Bonfire was a Great Way to Cool Down

Erica Smith, Writer

April 25, 2011

Filed under Student Life & News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Catawba College hosted a bonfire for its students on April 21,2011. Salisbury's spring weather was perfect for this event. At the bonfire, students swarmed the sand volleyball courts and played some competitive rounds of corn...

Be Fast, Be Nimble: Bryan Jordan Speaks at Catawba College

Sean Fontaine, Writer

April 18, 2011

Filed under Events, Ketner School of Business

Bryan Jordan, a 1984 Catawba grad and Salisbury native, came last Tuesday to speak as part of the Distinguished CEO Lecture Series hosted by The Ketner School of Business. Jordan earned his bachelor’s in accounting and finance...

The Philos Rock Ketner

Sean Fontaine, Writer

April 12, 2011

Filed under Events, Top Stories

Ralph Ketner would have been impressed with the spectacle that went down Saturday night as the Philomathean Society hosted the 2nd annual Blackout Rave on the first floor of Ketner Hall. This year’s rave sought new life in a ...

Students and Faculty Hoop It Up for Charity

Sean Fontaine, Writer

April 4, 2011

Filed under Events

The annual Hoop It Up for Charity basketball game pits students against faculty in a fun and fast-paced match-up to help benefit a book drive that helps kids in the Salisbury and Rowan area. A tight matchup in the early going,...

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