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Catawba College biology students travel to Croatan National Forest

Catawba College students in Professor Jay Bolin’s plant taxonomy class traveled to Croatan National Forest to study plant communities.

The group left campus Nov. 1 and returned Nov. 3 after their camping excursion near Maysville on the North Carolina coast.

Bolin is chairman and associate professor of biology at Catawba.

Students in his class who made the trip included Grace Brennen of Cumming, Georgia; Jack Cline of Statesville; Hunter Griffin of Mount Pleasant; Zachary Johnson of Mint Hill; Jillian Kurolvech of Clarkston, Michigan; Serena Musselwhite of Salisbury; Michael Pierce of Kannapolis; Emily Pratt of Knoxville, Tennessee; Dina Reyes Melendez of Winston-Salem; Macayla Upright of Salisbury; Dallas Vann of Clayton; and Jessica Willis of Albemarle.

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