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Students Experience Political Theory in Action at Moravian College
A new take on Political Science 120: Introduction to Political Thinking

PCN to Broadcast Moravian College Christmas Vespers Statewide
Program to air on Pennsylvania Cable Network, Blue Ridge Cable TV-13, and Service Electric TV-2

Moravian Offers Advice to Students Preparing for Final Exams
10 things Students should do to improve their chances for success

Musical Performances at America On Wheels to Support Toys for Tots
The performances are part of Moravian College Music in the Community effort

Theta Tau Chapter Helps Raise Funds for ALS
Theta Tau chapter at Moravian College this semester has made impressive efforts toward the fight against ALS.

Students Setting the Table for Community Holiday Meal for Bethlehem's Hungry
For the 12th consecutive year, Moravian College will host a holiday luncheon for residents of Bethlehem who might otherwise not be able to enjoy a seasonal feast.

Moravian to hold World AIDS Day Program to Raise Awareness
Free HIV testing, panel discussion, Tiny Tears documentary on December 1

Veteran Reporter Charles Wiley to Discuss Media Bias
Veteran international reporter Charles Wiley will present "Media Bias - Key to the Future" during his visit to Moravian College on Wednesday December 1.

Environmental Science Class Prepares for UNFCC Meeting in Cancun
A second delegation of Moravian faculty members, students, and alumni is preparing to attend the United Nations Framework Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC).

Moravian Student Robert Brown to Conduct Igor Stravinsky's The Soldier's Tale
Independent studies project culminates in concert that will be "read, played, and danced"

Six Children Selected to Sing Moravian Star Solo at Vespers
Six children have been selected to sing the solo portions of the traditional Moravian hymn, "Morning Star," at the Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary Christmas Vespers services in December.

Moravian to Honor Five Distinguished Alumni
Laurie Riley Brubaker '82, honored with the prestigious Comenius Award

China's Changing Sexual Landscape Topic of Lecture at Moravian
Lecture part of China In Focus Programming

Faculty Authors' Stories to Inspire Students to Pursue Passions
"Pursue Your Passion: How to Make Sense of Your World" November 16

Moravian Conference Will Explore Medieval Era from a Variety of Perspectives
Moravian College will host the Fifth Annual Undergraduate Conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies on December 4.

President Thomforde to Preach at New Dorp Moravian Church
Moravian College Choir to perform at Church in Staten Island, New York

Russian Theater Director Yury Urnov to visit Moravian College
Fulbright Scholar to present workshops, lecture, and roundtable discussion

Artist Lori Nix to Discuss her Unique Photography at Annual Ackerman Lecture
Earth Democracy Advocate's talk at Moravian is topic of Faculty Panel Discussion

Faculty Panel to Discuss Vandana Shiva's Visit to Moravian College
Earth Democracy Advocate's talk at Moravian is topic of Faculty Panel Discussion

George Boksan '78 Named Director of Campus Safety and Police
Moravian College recently named George J. Boksan as its director of campus safety and police.

Donna Smith Named Dean of Comenius Center at Moravian College
Moravian College recently named Donna Smith as dean of the Comenius Center (Continuing, Professional, and Graduate Studies) at Moravian College.

KidsPeace Psychologist to Explain Mind of School Shooters
Peter Langman to discuss his book, Why Kids Kill: Inside the Minds of School Shooters.

Community Conversation with Rider-Pool Foundation's Ron Dendas
Ron Dendas, program officer for The Dorothy Rider Pool Health Care Trust and the Rider-Pool Foundation, will speak at Moravian College.

Author Ted Botha to Discuss "Femicides" in Juarez, Mexico
Amnesty International event to include lecture and film

"Everything but the Candles" Vespers Preview Concert at Moravian
A concert featuring all of the music of Moravian College's Christmas Vespers performed by the College Choir, Women's Chorus, Brass Ensemble, and other ensembles will be held on Saturday, November 20.

Moravian College BIG Band to Perform "Jazzed Up Classics"
Moravian College's popular BIG Band will perform on Friday November 19 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Memories of JFK's Campaign Visit to Moravian Campus Still Vivid
October 28, 2010 marks 50 years since Kennedy's memorable talk at Moravian

Donald Spieth to Conduct Moravian College Community Orchestra
Concert to feature Student Competition Winner, Jessica Mitchell '11, Cello

Indie Rockers O.A.R. to Perform at Moravian College - November 20
Indie rock band O.A.R. (Of a Revolution) will perform at Moravian College on Saturday, November 20.

Moravian College Theatre Season opens with Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along-Blog
Poets, playwrights, and super-villains collide this year at Moravian College

Professor Diane Husic Wins Conservation Fellowship
Diane Husic, professor and chair of biological sciences at Moravian College, has been selected a TogetherGreen Fellow.

Women's Chorus to Perform with Bel Canto Children's Chorus and Cordus Mundi
The Moravian College Women's Chorus will perform in concert with the Bel Canto Children's Chorus, and Cordus Mundi on Saturday, November 13.

Amanda Radcliffe Talk to Highlight Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Zeta Tau Alpha sponsors talk about breast cancer prevention and detection

Economics Professor James West Authors Book of Poetry
Wayward, a new book of poems by Moravian College Economics Professor James P. West, distills pivotal events and big ideas into concise statements rich with meaning.

Moravian to Host Parent and Community Leadership Institute
Moravian College will host the 2010 Parent and Community Leadership Institute.

Sports Mascot Training Camp Coming to Moravian College
Camp to teach character development, performance skills, costume care

Moravian to Exhibit Works of Maryanne Riker '82
Alumni Exhibition 2010 features Maryanne Riker's "For the Birds"

Moravian College to Celebrate Homecoming Weekend
Hundreds of Moravian alumni will return to their alma mater when the College holds the 2010 annual Homecoming Weekend from October 15-17.

Moravian College to hold Fall Open House for Prospective Students
Moravian College will hold a fall open house for prospective students on Saturday, October 30.

International Conference on Moravian Music and History, October 14-17
The rich culture and history of the Moravians will be the focus of the Bethlehem Conference on Moravian Music and History.

Gary Carney named Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Gary Carney was recently named vice president for institutional advancement at Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary.

Moravian Professor Christie Gilson to Explain Disability Law
"The Americans with Disabilities Act: Twenty Years of Progress and Struggle"

"Alternative Nobel Prize" Winner and Activist Vandana Shiva to Speak at Moravian
Moravian's fifth Peace and Justice Scholar will speak about "Earth Democracy" in Prosser Auditorium, October 12

Jazz Concert with "Three Tenors" at Moravian
Vocalist Lou Lanza to perform with Tony Gairo and Larry McKenna

Nobel Prize Recipient Peter Agre, M.D. to Speak at Moravian
Peter Agre, M.D., recipient of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will visit Moravian to present "The Joys and Tears of a Life in Medical Science."

Annual CoSMiC Lecture to Examine Racial Framing in the Media
Lehigh University Professor Jack Lule to present at 3rd annual CoSMiC Lecture

Sukkah Build at Moravian to Celebrate Sukkot
The Hillel Society of Moravian College will decorate the Sukkah (booth/hut structure) on Thursday, September 23.

New Novel by Joyce Hinnefeld Launches September 28
A new novel by Joyce Hinnefeld, associate professor of English, will be released September 28 by Unbridled Books.

Two Professors Join the Faculty at Moravian
Two new full-time faculty members recently joined the Moravian College community for the 2010-11 academic year.

Moravian's Music Honors Fraternity Wins Five National Awards
Gamma Pi is Moravian's chapter of Delta Omicron, the international music honors fraternity

Children's Services Advocate Jane Ervin to Speak at Moravian
Moravian College's Community Leaders Series resumes with a talk by Jane Ervin, president and CEO of Community Services for Children.

Arizona's Immigration Spectacle Topic of Talk
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Moravian College will present a talk by Arizona State University Professor Mary Romero.

Russian Composers featured in Concert for Violin and Piano
Moravian College will present a faculty concert featuring music by Russian Composers on Sunday, September 19 at 4 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Fall Convocation at Moravian Will Celebrate Academic Excellence
On September 23, the Moravian community will gather in Johnston Hall for Fall Convocation: a new annual event that will begin the academic year with a celebration of academic excellence.

Moravian College to Celebrate Family Day - September 25
Moravian College will welcome family members and friends of the college on Saturday, September 25.

Guitar Virtuoso John Arnold to Perform at Moravian
Guitar virtuoso John Arnold will present an exploration of the centuries of music for lute and guitar during his concert at Moravian College.

Dan DeChellis Trio to Perform Original Jazz at Moravian College
The Dan DeChellis Trio will perform at Moravian College on Friday, September 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Visiting Lecturer at Moravian to Explain Birds and Balance of Nature
Dr. John C. Kricher, professor of biology at Wheaton College will present a talk, "Birds and the Balance of Nature," at Moravian College.

Michael '11 and Andrew Watson '12 SOAR with Scholarly Pursuits at Moravian
First siblings to participate in Moravian's SOAR program of student/faculty research

Five Visual Artists from Moravian to exhibit at NCC "More Serious Business"
Five visual artists from Moravian College will display their work at the Northampton Community College's (NCC) "More Serious Business" exhibit.

Programs at Moravian to Focus on China during 2010-11 Academic Year
College to establish new tradition of annual thematic programming

Moravian College Attracts Diverse Freshman Class
Class of 2014 includes second largest number of students from historically under-represented groups

Moravian to Welcome Class of 2014 with Orientation Weekend
Students to Walk Moravian Mile; discuss Colors of the Mountain with author Da Chen

Students and Faculty Collaborate on Summer Research at Moravian
Students SOAR working with faculty on projects that benefit the community

Moravian College Featured in Princeton Review's "Best 373 Colleges"
Moravian College offers students an outstanding undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.

Is America Suffering from Buyer's Remorse with Obama?
Less than two years ago, Barack Obama was elected President of the United States. Now, even many of his most ardent supporters appear to be regretting this decision.

Biology Professor Frank Kuserk Receives National Award for Mentoring Students
Frank Kuserk, professor of biology at Moravian College, was honored by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) with its first Biology Mentor Award.

Moravian College hosting Johns Hopkins Camp for Academically Gifted Students
For the fourteenth consecutive year, Moravian College is hosting the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Center for Talented Youth program.

Voicemail System Inoperable During June 24-25 Upgrade
The Moravian College and Theological Seminary telephone voicemail system will be upgraded on Thursday evening, June 24th.

Tenor Gregory Oaten to Perform Schubert's Die Schöne Müllerin at Moravian
Moravian College Department of Music will host a faculty recital on Saturday, June 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Moravian College's Peter Hall.

Moravian College Hosting the Pennsylvania League of Cities Convention
Government officials from around the state will convene at Moravian when the College hosts the 11th annual convention of the Pennsylvania League of Cities and Municipalities.

Moravian College to hold Summer Open House for Prospective Students
Moravian College will hold a summer open house for prospective students on Thursday, July 22, with a host of activities for high school sophomores, juniors, and their parents.

Moravian Selects Architectural Firm to Design Science Hall Renovation
The architectural firm Einhorn Yaffee Prescott (EYP) of New York City was selected by Moravian's project leadership team.

Students Selected from Instrumental Concerto Competition
Moravian College students Jessica Mitchell '11, Bath, Pa. and Caitlin Worrich '12, Bethlehem, Pa. were recently named winners of the Instrumental Concerto Competition.

Moravian College to Hold Summer Jazz Camp for Youths
The Moravian College Music Institute will hold a Summer Youth Jazz Camp from July 12-16.

YMCA Kids Care Art Showing at Moravian College
The H. Paty Eiffe Gallery at Moravian College's Haupert Union Building is exhibiting artwork by the Bethlehem YMCA's Kids Care Program until June 15.

Award-Winning Guitarists to Perform at Moravian College
Duo Melis will perform a concert titled One Sound, One Melody, One Perfect Unity at Moravian College on Saturday, June 5 at 8:00 p.m. in Peter Hall.

An Inspirational Story of College Graduate Who Overcame Homelessness and Abuse
David Fisher overcame a horrific upbringing that included homelessness and a stay in a shelter for abused and neglected children to graduate from Moravian College on Saturday, May 15.

List of 2010 Graduates from Moravian College
Moravian College will hold commencement exercises on Saturday, May 15, beginning at 10 a.m., in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building on the Main Street Campus.

Moravian College Announces Lebensfeld Writing Prizes
Moravian College recently announced the recipients of the 2010 Lebensfeld Student Writing Prizes that are awarded annually in recognition of students who have demonstrated excellent writing skills in various categories.

Bethlehem Guitar Festival to be held at Moravian College
Moravian College will host the 10th Annual Bethlehem Guitar Festival on Friday, June 4 and Saturday, June 5.

Moravian College Students Receive Academic Awards and Prizes
Moravian College recently presented academic awards and prizes at its Annual Awards Ceremony for Outstanding Students.

Moravian College to hold Commencement on May 15
Moravian College will hold commencement exercises on Saturday, May 15, beginning at 10 a.m., in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building.

Alyssa Milano
The Effects of Rapid Cold Hardening on Courtship in Drosophila melanogaster

Moravian College Senior Show in Payne Gallery Through May 11
Payne Gallery at Moravian College is exhibiting the artwork of Moravian's talented students until May 11.

Chemistry Student Phil Weiser '12 Shines Locally and Nationally
As a sophomore, Phil Weiser '12 already has demonstrated not only an aptitude for chemistry, but also the leadership traits that will help ensure his future success.

Professor John Rossi Receives Award for Mentoring from IMA
John D. Rossi, associate professor of accounting at Moravian, has been selected as one of two recipients of the 2010 Ursel K. Albers Mentor of the Year Award.

Moravian College Professor Diane Husic to Speak at Climate Change Conference
Dr. Diane Husic, professor of biology and chairperson of the Department of Biological Sciences at Moravian College will present at the 2010 Climate Change Conference.

The Fountain Ensemble to Perform Schubert at Moravian
The Fountain Ensemble, presented by the Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem, will play on Friday, May 14 at 8:00 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Accounting Club Honors Outstanding Alumni and Students
The Accounting Club at Moravian College honored three outstanding alumni at its Annual Accounting Club Student and Alumni Awards Dinner.

Moravian College Adds 450 to Bone Marrow Donor Registry
More than 450 members of the Moravian College campus and community ventured to Johnston Hall on Wednesday, April 21 to register for the Be The Match Foundation Bone Marrow Drive.

Moravian Delegation to Attend Student Lobby Day in Harrisburg
A delegation from Moravian College will travel to Harrisburg, Pa. on Tuesday, April 20 to participate in AICUP's Student Lobby Day.

Moravian Alumni Concert to Bring Friends Together Again
Moravian College will celebrate the talents of its alumni vocalists and musicians when it holds a concert, "Friends Together Again" on Saturday, May 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Theatre Company's Student Cabaret Begins April 21
The Moravian College Theatre Company will present a Student Cabaret from Wednesday, April 21 to Sunday, April 25 in the Arena Theater.

Students to Mark Equal Pay Day with Symbolic Bake Sale
Students at Moravian College will join with the Bethlehem branch of the American Association of University Women to recognize Equal Pay Day.

Women's Chorus to Perform Sacred and Secular Works by American Composers
The Moravian College Women's Chorus, under the direction of Eduardo M. Azzati, will perform a concert of sacred and secular music by American composers.

Moravian College Choir to Perform Mozart's Requiem - April 17
The Moravian College Choir will present a new take on Mozart's Requiem on Saturday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall. Maestro Stephen Spinelli will serve as guest director of the Choir.

Delta Omicron Spring Musicale on April 18
The talented students of Delta Omicron will present their Spring Musicale on Sunday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Nigerian Arts Ambassador to discuss African Art with Moravian Students
Ibiyimka Alao, Arts Ambassador from Nigeria, will share his visual presentation on Nigerian and African art, past and contemporary, and will also show his own work to Moravian College art students.

Mayor Callahan Proclaims April 13 "Moravian College Student Scholars Day"
Mayor John B. Callahan '91 officially proclaimed Tuesday, April 13 "Moravian College Student Scholars Day" in the City of Bethlehem.

Active Minds Chapter Receives National Recognition
he Active Minds Chapter at Moravian College, which aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness, recently received a Five Star Chapter award from its national organization.

Moravian Students' Scholarship and Creative Day - April 13
Moravian values and encourages undergraduate research, and next Tuesday, April 13, it will celebrate its students' scholarly achievements with a full day dedicated to the presentation of their work.

Annual Christopher Seifert Golf Outing to be held May 1
The Seventh Annual Christopher Seifert Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 1 at Southmoore Golf Course in Bath, Pa.

Africa Week at Moravian Organized by OGO Fraternity
The Omicron Gamma Omega fraternity at Moravian College will hold a series of lectures addressing important issues in Africa.

Theatre Company to Perform Sarah Ruhl's The Clean House
he Moravian College Theatre Company will perform Sarah Ruhl's The Clean House starting Thursday, April 8.

Program at Moravian to Focus on Domestic Violence
Moravian College will hold a program focusing on preventing domestic violence.

Moravian to hold Undergraduate Research Conferences in Neuroscience and Psychology
Moravian College will hold its first annual Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience (LVSfN) Conference in conjunction with the 25th annual LVAIC Undergraduate Psychology Conference on Saturday, April 17.

Moravian College to hold Spring Open House for Prospective Students
College will hold a spring open house for prospective students on Saturday, April 17, 2010, with a host of activities for both students and their parents.

Honors Program at Moravian College is Golden
On April 10, Honors program alumni will return to Moravian College to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the program.

Author Ginger Strand to Read from Inventing Niagara
Ginger Strand author of Inventing Niagara: Beauty, Power & Lies will visit Moravian College and present a public reading on Tuesday, April 13.

Race and American Sports topic of discussion at Moravian
Professor and author Thabiti Lewis will present "American Sport Culture, Masculinity, and Notions of a 'Post'-Racial Order" on Wednesday, April 7.

Neil Wetzel's Jazz Alto Sax Shines on Debut CD Misunderestimated
Neil Wetzel, director of jazz studies atMoravian College, recently released his debut solo CD "Misunderestimated," from Hot Apple Spider Productions.

Moravian to Celebrate Earth Day with Series of Green Events
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and to promote sustainability on campus, the College is offering a program of green events, called "Earth Matters," throughout the spring semester.

Fourteen Students Inducted in Art Honors Fraternity at Moravian College
Moravian College recently inducted fourteen students into the Zeta Psi chapter of Kappa Pi, the International Art Honors Fraternity at Moravian College.

Activist Alan Jennings to Speak at Community Leaders Series
Moravian College's Community Leaders Series continues on Thursday, March 25 with a talk by Alan Jennings, executive director of the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley (CACLV).

Moravian to Hold First LVAIC Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
Moravian College will hold the first Lehigh Valley Undergraduate Philosophy Conference on Saturday, March 27 in the Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex.

Talk by Mike Green to Motivate Students to Live Responsibility
Mike Green, president and founder of Collegiate Consultants, will present "One Night Can Have a Lifetime of Consequences."

March Madness at Moravian to Benefit Leukemia
Students at Moravian College will need a crash course in "bracketology" to compete in a "March Madness" fund-raiser.

Visiting Artist Chris Doyle to Present Annual Ackerman Lecture
Visiting artist Chris Doyle will present a talk Thursday, March 25 at 7:00 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Moravian Alumni to hold Health Care Workshop
LivingHealthy, Well-thy, and Wise: Perspectives on Health Care in a Changing World will be the topic of an interactive and thought-provoking workshop.

National Association of Teachers of Singing to hold Gala Recital at Moravian College
The Lehigh Valley Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (LVNATS) will hold its First Annual Gala Recital.

Moravian College Dancers to Celebrate 35 Years on March 26-27
Members of the Moravian College Dance Company—present and past—will spin, leap, and glide across the stage in celebration of 35 years of dance at the College.

Brain Awareness Week on Campus to Explore Gender Differences
Local colleges collaborate to offer many new events and activities for children and their families

Escher String Quartet to Perform at Moravian - March 19
The Escher String Quartet will perform at Moravian College on Friday, March 19 at 8 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

March Lectures to focus on Issues of Diversity and Expression
Moravian College's Office of Institutional Diversity is sponsoring a number of programs this month focusing on issues of diversity and expression.

Students Form Hillel Society Chapter at Moravian College
More than 30 students and faculty members joined the new Moravian College Hillel Society chapter recently to celebrate the traditional Jewish holiday of Purim.

A Professor and Student Seeking Truth About War
A Moravian College professor and student are preparing to delve into the complex, often murky, ethical issues associated with war: What constitutes a "just war?"

Moravian College Names Students to Dean's Honor List for Fall 2009
Moravian College named 493 students to the Dean's Honor List for the fall 2009 semester.

Moravian College Named to President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
Moravian College has been named to the 2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Bonnie Coyle, M.D. to Speak at Community Leaders Series
Moravian College's Community Leaders Series continues on March 2 with Bonnie Coyle, M.D., director of community health at St. Luke's Hospital.

Career Center Preparing Students for Life After Moravian
The Career Center at Moravian College is holding a number of programs in the coming weeks to prepare students for life after graduation and for finding jobs.

Moravian to Welcome Visiting Nurses from Mozambique
Imagine having a family member who suffers from a life-threatening illness and the only health care provider within miles is a 15-year-old nurse with a 7th-grade education.

Moravian College Taking Action to Address Affordability
Moravian College President informed the campus community of the actions the College is taking to reduce its projected expenses for fiscal year 2010-11.

Theatre Company to perform Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot
The Moravian College Theatre Company will perform Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot.

Moravian College to Attain Goal for Residential Life
Moravian College will attain its goal and mission of being a residential college by increasing the number of students who live on-campus.

Professor Joyce Hinnefeld Awarded Isherwood Fellowship
Joyce Hinnefeld, associate professor of English and director of the Writing Center, has been awarded a 2009-2010 Isherwood Foundation Fellowship for Writers.

Comedian Jim Breuer to Entertain at Moravian College
Comedian Jim Breuer will be performing at Moravian College on Friday, March 19, at 8 p.m.

Grammy Winning Singer Kathy Mattea to Perform at Moravian
Grammy Award winning singer Kathy Mattea will present her multi-media presentation "My Coal Journey" at Moravian College on Wednesday, February 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Local Teen Author to tell Inspiring Story of Survival
John Lahutsky, author of "The Boy from Baby House 10: From the Nightmare of a Russian Orphanage to a New Life in America," will visit Moravian to tell his remarkable story of survival.

MTV's Nick Brown to Speak to Students at Moravian
MTV's Nick Brown will be visiting Moravian College to speak about how he dealt with losing a close friend to cancer while filming The Real World: Hollywood.

Moravian College to Host 24th Student Mathematics Conference
Moravian College will host the 24th annual Student Mathematics Conference on Saturday, February 20 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex.

Hwa Yol Jung Pens Book on Environmental Ethics and Philosophy
The Way of Ecopiety: Essays in Transversal Geophilosophy (Global Scholarly Publications, 2009), a collection of twenty selected writings by Hwa Yol Jung.

Professor Dana Dunn's Book Helps Charts Courses for Psychology Majors
Many undergraduate psychology majors feel sure they want to devote their careers to helping other people, but aren't so sure of their specific calling or how to get there.

Vienna Piano Trio to Perform Music of Mozart, Schumann, and Brahms
The Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem will present the "Vienna Piano Trio" on Sunday, February 21.

Valentine's Day Jazz at Moravian to Warm the Heart
The Moravian College Jazz Faculty will be performing a show titled, "My Jazzy Valentine: Jazz from the Heart" on Sunday, February 14.

Moravian String Quartet to Perform Music of Schulman and Brahms
The Moravian String Quartet, joined by Kristin Ditlow, will perform a concert titled "The Brahms and Schumann Connection".

Renowned Graphic Artist Roger Cook to visit Classrooms and Discuss Design
Renowned graphic design artist Roger (Rajie) Cook will visit two art classes at Moravian to discuss his work as a designer and activist.

Moravian Jazz Faculty Members Bringing "IQ" to America
IQ (International Quintet), makes its American premiere, when Fras and Feco join their American counterparts for "Bethlehem Meets Prague".

Moravian to Host Conversations with Community Leaders
Moravian College will host a series of public "conversations" with individuals from the Lehigh Valley.

MLK Commemoration continues with talk by Environmental Justice Advocate
Moravian College will hold a talk by Veronica Eady on environmental justice, titled "MLK's Vision of the Beloved Community: Moving Toward Environmental Justice."

Moravian Encourages Campus Community to Support Relief in Haiti
Moravian College is encouraging its students, faculty members, and staff to support relief efforts in Haiti.

Christopher Shorr's "Clytemnestra's Daughters" at Touchstone Theatre
Christopher Shorr, director of theatre at Moravian College, has recently completed "Clytemnestra's Daughters," an original work adapted from the ancient Greek plays.

Dave Roth Trio to pay Tribute to Jazz Legend Bill Evans
The Dave Roth Trio will present "A Tribute to Bill Evans" on Friday, January 29, at 7:30 p.m., in Foy Concert Hall.

"Letters, Lyrics, & Love Songs" theme of Concert at Moravian College
Moravian College will present a faculty concert titled "Letters, Lyrics, & Love Songs" on Sunday, January 24.

Pete Smyser Quartet to perform at Moravian
The Pete Smyser Quartet will perform "The Guitar in Jazz" on Friday, January 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Chamber Ensemble Satori to perform at Moravian College
The 10th Annual Satori Midwinter Concert, featuring the music of Dvorak, Schubert and Libby Larsen and new works by Bethlehem composer Paul Salerni, will be held Saturday, January 23.

Payne Gallery to Exhibit Daniel Anthonisen's Depictions of the Delaware River
Payne Gallery at Moravian College will exhibit the works of Daniel Anthonisen, a landscape painter who follows in the legacy of Bucks County Impressionists.

Master of Science in HR Management Awarded National Recognition
The Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MS-HRM) degree program at Moravian College has been recognized for the quality of its curriculum in developing professional human resource (HR) professionals.