Month: October 2018

Chowan University Rotaract Club inducts 43 new members

The Rotaract Club, Chowan University’s largest service-focused student organization, inducted 43 new members in early October. Charin Bennett of High Point, NC Crystal Bibbins of Gaston, NC Sierra Gonzalez of Carthage, NC Eryka Harrison of Thomasville, NC Ashley Jilcott of Ahoskie, NC Christina- Nicol Johnson of Elizabeth City, NC Monae Moore of Jacksonville, NC Sydnee […]

Chowan University ranks third in 2018 Student Design Challenge

Two Chowan University students, Gabby Wilson of Suffolk, VA, and Shelby Barlowe of Marion, NC, placed third in the 2018 Paperboard Packaging Alliance (PPA) Student Design Challenge. Each year, students in leading packaging design programs across the North American continent accept the PPA challenge to show off their design skills and innovation. Participants take part in […]

Chowan Faces NC State In Basketball Exhibition

The Chowan Men's Basketball team will open up their 2018-19 season in an exhibition game against Division I North Carolina State in Raleigh on Monday, October 29. When Monday, October 29 | 7:00 PM TV ACC Network Extra Where Raliegh, NC Tickets $5 CLICK HERE Follow Game Day Central NCSU Audio CLICK HERE Chowan finished […]

Third-Year Duke Law Student gives Chowan Students LSAT Tips

On October 9th, third-year Duke University School of Law student and Murfreesboro native, South Moore, gave tips to Chowan criminal justice majors on how to study for and take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Moore, the guest speaker and son of Chowan Provost Danny Moore, also answered questions about the expectations of law school. […]

Chowan University Celebrates 170th Anniversary Homecoming

Photo Caption 1: From left: President and Mrs. Kirk E. Peterson with 2018 Homecoming King George Kattan and 2018 Homecoming Queen Shakendra Peay during halftime of the Homecoming football game. Photo Caption 2: Members of the Half Century Circle (classes of 1967 and 1968) celebrate their 50th anniversary at the Camp President’s Home with President and […]

Chowan University Invites Community to Harvest Fest 2018

It is that time of year – the temperature is dropping, the leaves are beginning to turn colors, and Chowan University invites the community to celebrate the fall season at Harvest Fest on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, from 5-7 PM in the Hawks Nest. Harvest Fest is an annual event hosted by the Student Government […]

Chowan University Announces 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards

During Homecoming weekend, Chowan University recognized Richard Thomas Vann Jr. ’68 and Dwight A. Downie ’84 with the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award, Debra Maingi ’12 with the 2018 Young Alumnus Award, and Brinson Paul ’52 with the Community Service Award. The honorees were escorted onto the football field during half-time of the Homecoming game on […]

Stranded Chowan Students Serve

In the wake of the devastation Hurricane Florence left behind, two Chowan University students were stranded in Lumberton, NC, for over a week and used their time to serve those impacted by the hurricane. Hannah Henderson of Lumberton, NC, and Mary Shomper of Leland, NC, evacuated the Chowan campus on September 11, to seek safety […]

Art Therapy goes beyond words at Chowan University

“I tell my clients that art is when words are not enough,” said Zulay Romero. At her words a ripple ran through the room. Backs straightened, heads nodded, bodies leaned forward. A close listener might have almost perceived the sound of pulses quickening. She certainly had everyone’s attention. A native of New Bern, NC, and […]

Divinity School Dean delivers apocalyptic heritage lectures at Chowan University

Dr. Robert Canoy visited Chowan University as guest speaker at the Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures and Chowan Christian Service Association (CCSA) dinner meeting. Canoy’s two-part Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures took place Monday, September 24, and Wednesday, September 26. He was also the guest speaker at the CCSA fall meeting Tuesday, September 25. Canoy is the Dean […]