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Moravian College Christmas Vespers to be Broadcast Statewide
Audiences across the state will share in the tradition of Moravian College Vespers, featuring the Moravian Choir and Women's Chorus, on Christmas Eve when the two-hour program is broadcast on the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN).

Moravian College to Help Feed Bethlehem's Hungry at Holiday Lunch
For the seventh consecutive year, Moravian College will host a holiday luncheon at the Cathedral Church of the Nativity to provide food to residents of Bethlehem who might otherwise not be able to enjoy a seasonal feast.

"Hounds around the World" Exhibit Winners Named
The Moravian College International Studies Office recently announced the winners of its annual Hounds around the World International Photography Exhibition.

Art Club to hold Auction Benefiting Hurricane Victims
The Moravian College Art Club will hold a charity auction to benefit hurricane victims on Wednesday, December 7 at 5:30 p.m. in Payne Gallery.

A Master Class with Jazz Pianist Bill Mays at Moravian
The jazz program at Moravian College's will sponsor a master class featuring jazz pianist Bill Mays on Friday, January 20, at 1 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Moravian Faculty and Alumni Featured in Bethlehem Steel Show in Payne Gallery
Moment in Time: The Bethlehem Steel Plant Today, a look at the Bethlehem Steel Works through the eyes of more than 50 local, regional, and national artists, opens Thursday...

Moravian Students Win Regional Computer Programming Competition
For the second time this year, students from Moravian College have won a major computer programming competition.

Experts from Area Colleges to Discuss Averting Natural and Man-Made Disasters
Dealing with catastrophes and their aftermath will be the topic of the evening when a panel of experts from Lehigh Valley colleges and universities gather for the discussion...

Digital History Website Recognized by National Endowment for the Humanities
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has selected the Bethlehem Digital History Project (http://bdhp.moravian.edu/home/home.html) for inclusion...

Moravian to Showcase Student Ensembles - November 21
Moravian College will showcase its student musical talent at the Student Ensembles Concert on Monday, November 21.

Jazz Combo and Jazz Fusion to Perform at Moravian
Moravian College Jazz Combo I and Jazz Fusion ensembles will perform in concert on Saturday, November 19 at 8 p.m.

Moravian Celebrates International Education Week
Moravian College recently celebrated International Education Week with a myriad of events including an international dinner and talent show, a lecture about women in Africa...

Jeff Gernsheimer '68 to Present Inaugural Rose & Rudy Ackerman Lecture
Jeff Gernsheimer '68 will present the inaugural lecture of Rose and Rudy Ackerman Lecture Series at Moravian College on Wednesday, November 16 at 7:00 p. m. in Peter Hall.

Moravian to Hold Open House for those Interested in Sciences
Moravian College will host an Open House specifically for prospective students with an interest in science-related fields of study on Friday, November 11.

Computer Science Team Wins Collegiate Programming Contest for Second Year
For the second year in a row, Moravian College took first place at the Consortium for Computer Sciences in Colleges (CCSC) Eastern Conference Student Programming Contest.

Young Alumni Share Skills for Success at Program for Sophomores
Moravian College is pairing small groups of sophomores with recent alumni to learn skills for making the most of the college experience during its Sophomore Success Program.

Seminary Trustees Honor President Rokke with Scholarship Fund
When Ervin J. Rokke announced that he would step away from the presidency of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary in July 2006, his announcement was met with deep...

Piano Masters Chuquisengo and Lin to Perform at Moravian
The Piano Masters at Moravian series will continue with performances by Juan Jose Chuquisengo and Jung Lin on Thursday, November 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Moravian Pianist Joins Satori for Varied Programs
Barbara Liebhaber, an assistant professor of music education and pianist on the Moravian College faculty, has joined Satori as educational consultant and pianist. Satori, a versatile chamber-music...

Moravian College Reduces Spam Email with Use of New Filtering System
Moravian College has recently begun winning the battle against spam e-mail by implementing the filtering services from Tangent.

Issues Affecting Pennsylvania's Nonprofit Sector the Topic of Town Hall Meeting
The Moravian College Comenius Center is co-sponsoring a Town Hall Meeting that will focus on important legislative, economic, and legal issues affecting the nonprofit sector in Pennsylvania.

Work by Major German Printmaker Donated to Moravian College
Paul Larson, professor emeritus of music, and his wife, Janice Larson, have given Moravian College an etching from Käthe Kollwitz's Bauernkrieg (Peasant War) series.

Moravian Orchestra to Celebrate Veteran's Day with Benefit for Army Families
The Moravian College Community Orchestra will present a Veteran's Day Concert of patriotic music to benefit the Family Readiness Group of Company B, 228th Forward Support Battalion...

Children Selected to Sing Morning Star Solos at Moravian Vespers Services
Three local children have been selected to sign the solo portions of the traditional Moravian hymn, "Morning Star," at the Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary Christmas Vespers...

Women's Chorus to Perform "A Treble Treat" on October 30
The Moravian College Women's Chorus will perform "A Treble Treat" on Sunday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Harvard University Researcher to Discuss Bad Leadership on November 4
Dr. Barbara Kellerman, research director of the Center for Public Leadership and lecturer in public policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government will visit Moravian College on Friday, November 4th for a talk based on her...

One-Man Show to Address Issues of Race, Discrimination, Gender Equity
Dr. Michael Fowlin (a.k.a. Mykee) will perform his original and powerful presentation, "You Don't Know Me Until You Know Me," bringing a heightened awareness of diversity issues to the Moravian College campus community.

National Book Award Finalist to Read at Moravian College
René Steinke, whose novel Holy Skirts was just nominated for a National Book Award, will read from her work for an art history class at Moravian College on November 7.

Jazz Pianist and Composer Renee Rosnes to Perform at Moravian
The Piano Masters @ Moravian College Series continues with a performance by acclaimed jazz pianist and composer Renee Rosnes on Thursday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Gairo/Rissmiller Jazz Orchestra at Moravian October 26
The 16-piece Gairo/Rissmiller Jazz Orchestra will celebrate the debut of their new CD "Treacherous" with a performance at Moravian College's Foy Concert Hall on Wednesday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m.

Pianist Rieko Aizawa to Perform at Moravian
The Piano Masters @ Moravian College Series continues with a performance by pianist Rieko Aizawa on Thursday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m.

One-Man Show to Address Issues of Race, Discrimination, Gender Equity
Dr. Michael Fowlin (a.k.a. Mykee) will perform his original and powerful presentation, "You Don't Know Me Until You Know Me," bringing a heightened awareness of diversity issues to the Moravian College campus community.

Moravian College to Honor Distinguished Alumni at Annual Awards Ceremony
The Moravian College Alumni Association will honor five distinguished alumni at the 6th Annual Alumni Awards Ceremony on Friday, October 21 at 7:30 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Moravian College Homecoming Houndfest 2005 Festivities Begin October 20
Moravian College will hold "Homecoming Houndfest," the 2005 annual homecoming weekend from Thursday, October 20 to Sunday, October 23.

Metropolitan Opera's Angela Brown to Perform at Moravian
Moravian College's annual Great Artist Series will present a special evening with world-renowned opera soprano Angela Brown, on Wednesday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Life of the North American Indians Illustrated in Reeves Library Exhibit
The life of the North American Indian is majestically illustrated in the exhibit, Images and Illusions: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian, located on the lower level of Reeves Library.

Former Student Activities Director at Moravian College Offers Art Exhibit Prize
H. Paty Eiffe, retired director of student activities and the HUB, Moravian College's student union, has given the College a gift to support a exhibit series in the gallery that bears her name.

Legacy of Jon Amos Comenius to be Examined during Monday Roundtable Lecture
Moravian College will hold a Monday roundtable lecture featuring a talk by Dr. James Skalnik, assistant dean for academic advising at Moravian College...

An Exhibit in Payne Gallery that is Seldom Seen
Payne Gallery at Moravian College is displaying some of its most unusual works in a new exhibit titled "Seldom Seen: The Other Permanent Collection."

Hip-hop Recording Artist Common to Perform at Moravian College
Hip-hop recording artist Common will perform at Moravian College with special guest Rahzel on Friday, November 18, 8 p.m. in Johnston Hall.

Leadership Center at Moravian College Establishes Community Grant Program
The Leadership Center at Moravian College has established a mini-grant program to enhance meaningful collaborative efforts between the college and the community for their mutual benefit

Couillard Lectures to Focus on Christian Responses to Globalization
Moravian Theological Seminary's annual Couillard Memorial Lectures will be held Friday, November 4 from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Symposium at Moravian to Explore Issues of Religion and Conflict
Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary will co-sponsor a symposium focusing on peacemaking, "Religion and Conflict: Cause and Effect, or Problem and Solution?"...

Moravian Nursing Grad Champions AIDS Partnership in the Lehigh Valley
Allen C. Smith III, the first R.N. to go through Moravian College's baccalaureate nursing program and receive the Bachelor of Science, is a pioneer in community health partnerships...

Moravian College Theatre Company Presents Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts
The Moravian College Theatre Company will present Arthur Kopit's translation of Henrik Ibsen's GHOSTS in the Arena Theatre at Moravian College...

Moravian Honors Graduate Wins Economics Society Award
Allison McBride (Forest City, Pa.), a member of the Class of 2005 who graduated with Honors in history, has won the annual Harold K. Schneider Prize for best undergraduate paper...

Seminary to hold Videoconference Focusing on Comenius and Moravian History
Moravian Theological Seminary will hold a videoconference focusing on Moravian history called Comenius and the Reform of Christianity from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 16.

Implications of Hurricane Katrina Topic of Panel Discussion
Moravian College's Leadership Center will host a panel discussion Hurricane Katrina: Short- and Long-Term Implications on Tuesday, October 4, at 4 p.m.

Moravian College Spectrometer Loan Program to Benefit High School Science Students
Moravian College has received a grant from Research Corporation to establish a program to loan eight spectrometers, and has donated nine laptop computers to use with the spectrometers, to local high school science departments.

City of Bethlehem and Moravian Partner to Strengthen Planning for Critical Emergencies
Moravian College and the City of Bethlehem have partnered to host a six-month "Critical Incident Protocol (CIP) - Community Facilitation" program.

Moravian College to Celebrate Don Quixote with Movie Series and Lecture
Moravian College will celebrate the 400th anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra' s picaresque novel, Don Quixote, with a three-week long film series.

Professor's Family Trip to Brazil's Jaguar Ecological Reserve Topic of Talk
Dr. Hilde Binford, assistant professor of music at Moravian College, joined by her sons, Trent and Alex Binford-Walsh, will share their experiences of a "Jaguar Summer" at the Jaguar Ecological Reserve in the Pantanal wetlands region of Brazil.

Piano Masters at Moravian to Bring Elite Pianists to the Lehigh Valley
Pianists Helio Alves and Joshua Pierce will perform at Moravian College on Thursday, October 13, 7:30 p.m. in Peter Hall.

Richard Leakey to Speak at Moravian College - October 5
Moravian will celebrate 22 years of the Cohen Arts and Lectures Series with Richard Leakey's presentation titled "Human Origins and the Survival of the Species."

Moravian to Hold Annual Family Day on September 24
Family members and friends of Moravian College students are invited to experience Moravian College campus life on Saturday, September 24, during the College's annual Family Day fall celebration.

Moravian College Professor Receives Prestigious Book Award
Dr. Robert Mayer, professor of education at Moravian College, received the prestigious National Council for the Social Studies Carter G. Woodson Book Award for the best secondary level book.

Moravian to Celebrate Constitution Day with Timely Lecture on Justice O'Connor
Moravian College will celebrate Constitution Day on September 21, with a public lecture by Dr. Thomas Keck, author of the book, Justice O'Connor's Constitution.

Santo Marabella Named Chair of Economics and Business Department
Dr. Santo D. Marabella, professor of economics and business, has been appointed chairman of the Department of Economics and Business at Moravian College, the largest undergraduate academic department at the College.

Payne Gallery Exhibits Works by the Guild of Papermakers
The Priscilla Payne Hurd Gallery at Moravian College will showcase works by The Guild of Papermakers and invited guests on September 8 through October 9.

Moravian to Celebrate Gospel Music with "One Human Family Music Workshop"
Moravian College will hold "One Human Family Music Workshop" on Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17 at Moravian Theological Seminary.

Brazilian Jazz Vocalist Teresa In?s to Perform at Moravian
Brazilian jazz vocalist and guitarist, Teresa In?s will perform in concert at Moravian College on Wednesday, September 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Moravian College to Host Open House for Prospective Students
Moravian College will host two fall open houses for prospective students and their parents during October.

Moravian College will celebrate a $2.6 million renovation of its athletic facilities at the Steel Field Complex with a dedication ceremony on Saturday, September 3, before the kickoff of the Greyhounds' football game versus Delaware Valley College.

Moravian's President Honored with Ervin J. Rokke Endowment for Student-Faculty Research
Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd, chair of the Joint Board of Trustees of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary, today presented a $1.5 million check to establish the Ervin J. Rokke Endowment for Student-Faculty Research at Moravian.

Moravian's President Rokke Announces Departure
Dr. Ervin J. Rokke, president of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary, has announced that he will depart that position effective July 31, 2006.

Freshmen to Walk the Moravian Mile on August 27
Over 300 Moravian College freshmen will walk the "Moravian Mile" during the annual freshman class walk on Saturday, August 27 at 11:00 a.m.

Moravian College Attracts another Record Class
As Moravian College continues a major initiative to increase the quality of its student body, the Admission Office is reporting another record-breaking year.

Moravian Twirler Wins National Competition in Solo and Strut Events
Emily Klein '07, Northampton, Pa., feature twirler with the Moravian College Marching Band and Color Guard, recently represented the North Atlantic region.

Dr. Robert Wilson-Black named Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Dr. Robert Wilson-Black was recently named vice president for institutional advancement at Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary.

Royal Danish Ballet Honors Moravian Alum
Patricia N. McAndrew, who normally works in an office at Lehigh University, is spending this week in Copenhagen, Denmark, as guest of the Royal Danish Ballet.

Moravian Chemistry Professors Test the Waters
Everyone knows swimming pools are disinfected with chlorine.

Moravian Names Five Students Alumni Fellows
The Moravian College Alumni Association has selected five students as recipients of the Alumni Fellows Award for the 2005-2006 academic year.

Moravian Student Awarded Scholarship to Study Art in Italy
Moravian College student, Bridget O'Rourke'07 (Lansdowne, Pa.), was recently awarded a scholarship from Studio Art Centers International (SACI) to study art in Florence, Italy, during the 2005 fall semester.

Institute at Moravian Educates Teachers About Bach
Beginning this week, Moravian College hosts a teacher-education institute whose goal is to integrate the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and the world of the Enlightenment into elementary and secondary school classrooms.

Moravian College Ceramic Artist Featured at Allentown Art Museum
The Art Museum of Allentown will honor Renzo Faggioli, a sculptor in ceramics who is a member of the art faculty at Moravian College, with a retrospective of his work.

Noted History Writer to Speak at Moravian College
Cultural historian James R. Gaines, a former editor of Time and People magazines, will discuss his latest book about Frederick the Great and Johann Sebastian Bach during a lecture and book-signing, July 13 at Moravian College.

Saxophonist Bud Shank Featured Guest at 13th Annual July Jazz Getaway
The Moravian College Music Institute will hold the 13th annual July Jazz Getaway week from Sunday, July 10 to Saturday, July 16.

Seminary to Host "TransNational" Video Town Meeting Focusing on Religion and Peace
Moravian Theological Seminary will host "Speaking for Peace from Jerusalem and Washington: The Powerful Voice of Religion and Civil Society," a "TransNational" Video Town Meeting.

Moravian Honors Student Writers with Lebensfeld Prizes
Moravian College recently announced the winners and honorable mentions for the 2004-2005 Lebensfeld Student Writing Prize.

Moravian College to Host Summer Program for Gifted Students
Moravian College is hosting the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Center for Talented Youth program for the ninth consecutive year.

Moravian College Commencement to be Held on May 14
Moravian College will hold commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 14, beginning at 10:00 a.m., in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building.

Roundtable discussion to Focus on Issues Affecting Pennsylvania Charities
Moravian College will host a Nonprofit Executive Director's Roundtable on Friday, June 3, in the Haupert Union Building, Main Street campus, Bethlehem.

Moravian Theological Seminary 198th Commencement Ceremony - May 14
Commencement ceremonies concluding the 198th academic year of Moravian Theological Seminary will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2005, at 4:00 p.m. in Central Moravian Church.

Moravian College to hold Commencement on May 14
Moravian College will hold commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 14, beginning at 10:00 a.m., in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building.

Reverend Luis A. Cortés Jr. to Speak at Moravian's 263rd Baccalaureate Service
Reverend Luis A. Cortés Jr., Executive Director, Hispanic Clergy of Philadelphia and President, Nueva Esperanza, Inc., will be the honored speaker at Moravian's 263rd Baccalaureate...

Art Conservator to Speak at Moravian College
Paper art conservator Susan L. Duhl, now in private practice after a career in museums and archives, will speak to the Friends of Reeves Library at the group's annual meeting May 11.

"First Annual Awards Ceremony for Outstanding Students" held at Moravian College
Ervin J. Rokke, president of Moravian College, delivered the welcome at the "First Annual Awards Ceremony for Outstanding Students" on Sunday, May 1, 2005 in Foy Concert Hall...

Annual Senior Show on Display in Payne Gallery
Moravian College's annual Senior Show is on display at the college's Payne Gallery from now until May 15.

Alumni Association to Honor Connie Stirling Hodson '68
The Moravian College Alumni Association will honor Connie Stirling Hodson '68, with the Medallion of Merit award during the Grand Reunion Luncheon at 12:45 pm on Saturday, May 21, in Johnston Hall.

Moravian Senior Heather Bortz Receives Tug McGraw Foundation Scholarship
Moravian College senior Heather Bortz was the recipient of one of 19 scholarships sponsored by the Tug McGraw Foundation's Diamond 45 Scholarship Program, and UbiquiTel, Inc.

Professors Collaborate on Book Examining Influences of Language in Spanish-speaking Nations
Moravian College professors have collaborated to publish a book that examines how other languages influence Spanish-speaking nations.

Accounting Club Honors Robert E. Kafafian '77 with Pinnacle Award
The Accounting Club at Moravian College will recognize Robert E. Kafafian of the Class of 1977 with its annual Pinnacle Award.

Oberfelder Dance Project Introduces Moravian Dancers to Marc Chagall
The New York-based Jody Oberfelder Dance Project has been rehearsing with six Moravian College dance students in order to have them participate in its performance at the College on...

Moravian College Applauds Two More Fulbright Scholars
Moravian College announces two recipients of Fulbright fellowships, both to be used in Germany, bringing the College's tally of Fulbright scholars to six in the...

Work Environment and Patient Safety is the Focus of Hurd Nursing Lecture - April 19
Dr. Sean P. Clarke, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, will discuss "Nurses' Work Environments - A Key to Patient Safety," at the 10th Annual Priscilla Payne Hurd Nursing Lectureship on...

Czech Republic Official to Discuss Transformation from Socialism to a Free Market Economy
The deputy mayor of Ostrava, Czech Republic, Zbynek Prazak will speak at Moravian College on Thursday, April 14.

Jazz Fantasy Camp at Moravian College a Big Hit with Area Musicians
The Moravian College Music Institute will hold the 13th annual July Jazz Getaway week from Sunday, July 10 to Saturday, July 16.

Oktoberfest at "The Wies'n" Topic of Community Lecture at Moravian College
World travelers, Ruth and Michael Fidorack, will present a slide/lecture presentation about their travels to Munich, Germany, and their experiences on six consecutive trips, to the famous Oktoberfest...

Moravian Co-Sponsors Symposium on Black Women's Health
Moravian College is a co-sponsor of It's a New Day: a Symposium on Black Women's Health.

St. Luke's School of Nursing at Moravian College to hold Public Lectures, Celebrate Graduates
St. Luke's School of Nursing at Moravian College will present a talk, "An Afternoon of Transcultural Nursing: A Report on Mission Nursing in Honduras...

Career Fair for Area College Students at Moravian - April 13
Moravian College will host its Annual Career Fair on Wednesday, April 13 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Moravian Theological Seminary to Present "Bibliodrama" and Other Programs
Moravian Theological Seminary will hold a number of programs in the coming weeks.

Moravian Raises Awareness of Homelessness
A campus-wide program for Homelessness Awareness Week was held at Moravian College during the week of April 11 through April 15.

Reverend Luis A. Cortés to Speak at Moravian College Baccalaureate Service
Reverend Luis A. Cortés will be the featured speaker when Moravian College hold its annual baccalaureate service on Friday, May 13 at 5:30 p.m.

Grant to Fund Upgrade of Multimedia Technology at Moravian
Moravian College recently received a grant from the George I. Alden Trust of Worcester, Massachusetts to provide significant technological upgrades on Moravian's two campuses.

Moravian College to host LVAIC Conference in Women's Studies
Moravian College will host the eleventh annual LVAIC Undergraduate Conference in Women's Studies on Saturday, April 2.

Moravian Choir to Perform Haydn's The Creation - April 16, 17
The Moravian College Concert Choir along with members of the Pennsylvania Sinfonia will perform Franz Josef Haydn's Die Schöpfung, popularly known in America as...

Moses Lectures To Focus on Contemporary Moravian Worship
Moravian Theological Seminary's annual Moses Lectures will be held Thursday, April 28 at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 pm.

Students Tour Urban Areas to Study Diverse Ethnic Cultures
Moravian College students are taking advantage of a unique learning opportunity.

Moravian College Dancers to Celebrate 30 Years of Performance
The Moravian College Dancers will celebrate 30 years of footwork at its performances Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2, 8:00 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.

Piano Recital Series Spotlights Beautiful Instruments in Gracious Homes
On the way to becoming an all-Steinway campus, a project that has occupied Moravian College for more than five years, the College will begin a new venture called the At-Home Steinway Series on May Day.

Seminary Honors Reverend Charles W. Eichman with Hus Award
Moravian Theological Seminary recently honored two alumni for their outstanding life's work. Reverend Charles W. Eichman was presented with the 2005...

Moravian Inducts 20 Students into Art Honors Fraternity
Moravian College inducted twenty students into the Zeta Psi chapter of Kappa Pi, the International Art Honors Fraternity.

Moravian's Amanda Logan '06 Receives Weekes Award from American University
Moravian College junior Amanda Logan is one of three recipients of the Washington Semester Margaret A. Weekes Award for the fall 2004 semester.

Acclaimed Expert on Leadership to Speak at Moravian
The Leadership Center at Moravian College will sponsor a visit from one of the world's most creative and influential thinkers.

Pianist Torok to Perform at Amnesty International Benefit Concert
Pianist Debra Torok and Dr. William F. Schulz, executive director of Amnesty International USA, will collaborate for a musical narrative on human rights to be held Sunday, March 20, at Moravian College, Bethlehem.

Kutztown Area High School and Middle School Take Top Honors at Regional Science Olympiad
For the fourth consecutive year, Kutztown Area High School took top honors in the regional Science Olympiad among participating area (Division C) high schools...

Moravian's Amanda Logan '06 a Finalist for Prestigious Truman Scholarship
Moravian College junior Amanda Logan is a finalist for a prestigious Truman Scholarship.

Council on Foreign Relations' Academic Outreach Series
A group of Moravian College students are expanding their perspectives on global issues by participating in the Council on Foreign Relations' Academic Outreach Conference Call Series.

Comedian John Heffron at Moravian College - April 8
Comedian John Heffron will perform at Moravian College on Friday, April 8, at 8:00 p.m. in Johnston Hall.

Brain Awareness Week at Moravian Begins Today
Moravian College is hosting a weeklong look into the human nervous system with Brain Awareness Week beginning today, Monday, March 14.

Naomi Tutu to speak at Moravian College as part of Women's History Month
Naomi Tutu, daughter of Desmond Tutu, will speak at Moravian College in honor of Women's History Month, on Tuesday, March 15, at 7:30 p.m.

Moravian College to Host Regional Science Olympiad Competition
Students representing 45 middle, junior, and senior high schools will compete at Moravian College in a regional Science Olympiad on Friday, March 18.

Students to honor J.S. Bach and Reenact Moravian History with Walk to New York
Three hundred years ago, a young church musician named J.S. Bach learned that the great Danish organist and composer Dietrich Buxtehude would be performing in the...

Moravian Names Field in Honor of Legendary Coach Rocco Calvo
On Tuesday, March 8, Moravian College athletic director Paul Moyer announced that the College will recognize and honor legendary coach and former athletic director...

Delta Tau Delta to Hold Golf Tournament in Honor of Christopher Seifert
The brothers of Delta Tau Delta fraternity at Moravian College will host their second annual golf tournament in honor of Army Captain Christopher Scott Seifert, a 1997 graduate of Moravian who was tragically killed in Operation: Iraqi Freedom.

The Vagina Monologues at Moravian - February 26, 27
Moravian College's student activities program board IMPACT, will present the Vagina Monologues on Saturday, February 26 and Sunday, February 27 at 2:00 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium, in the Haupert Union Building.

Alix Oslon's Slam Poetry Back at Moravian
Award-winning slam poetry artist Alix Olsen will perform her dynamic brand of performance art at Moravian College on Thursday, February 24 at 8 p.m. in the Pavilion, Haupert Union Building.

Lehigh Valley College Students to Learn of Careers in Banking
Moravian College will host the second annual Careers in Banking Conference and Networking Event on Wednesday, February 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in the Haupert Union Building.

President to President: A Musical Tribute for President's Day
Moravian College president Ervin J. Rokke will narrate "A Lincoln Portrait" on the President's Day concert by the Moravian College Wind Ensemble.

Leadership Center to Host Discussion of Documentary "The Fog of War"
The Leadership Center at Moravian College will host a viewing and discussion of the 2004 Academy Award winning feature documentary, The Fog of War, on Thursday, February 17, at 7 p.m., in the Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex, Room 102.

Celestial Images to Shine in Payne Gallery at Moravian College
Moravian College's Payne Gallery will look at maps and star charts from the Age of Discovery in its exhibit "Celestial Images: Antiquarian Astronomical Charts and Maps from the Mendillo Collection," February 13 through April 10.

Moravian Choir to make New York Debut
The Moravian Choir, a 60-voice elite ensemble from Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, will make its New York concert debut at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, February 12, at Merkin Hall in the Kaufman Center.

Moravian College Theatre Company Presents Hermann Gressieker's Royal Gambit
The Moravian College Theatre Company will present four performances of Hermann Gressieker's historical drama of Henry VIII of England, translated by George White.

Moravian College Students Raise Money for Tsunami Relief
Students at Moravian College have raised more than $1,000 in little more than two weeks for tsunami relief efforts.

Moravian Students Learn about Leadership from Twelve Angry Men
Fifty-three students from Moravian College's Leadership Center recently traveled to New York City to the Roundabout Theater production of Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose.

Art Professor's "New Media" Displayed Throughout Valley and Beyond
January was "a good art month" for Krista Steinke Finch, assistant professor of art (new media), at Moravian College.

Author and Theologian to Discuss Islam and Women's Rights
Former Methodist minister and author, Dr. Jerald F. Dirks will speak on "Women in Islam," at Moravian College on Thursday, January 27, in Dana Lecture Hall.

Moravian Receives City Award for Recycling
Moravian College was one of four businesses recognized by the City of Bethlehem for its exemplary recycling records over the past year.

Moravian Professors to Tell of Sojourn in Japan
The Moravian College Speaker Series will present a slide/lecture entitled, "Sojourners in Japan: A Moravian May Term," on Monday, February 14, at 7:00 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium, Moravian College.

Nicholas Payton and Sonic Trance to Perform at Moravian
Jazz trumpeter Nicholas Payton and his newly formed ensemble, Sonic Trance, will perform in concert on Friday, February 18, at 8 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall, Moravian College.

Speaker Series at Moravian to Address Human Rights
Moravian College will hold a series of lectures and panel discussions that address human rights and the practice of justice.

NFL names its Teacher of the Year
Wanda Benkovic, a teacher at Holy Spirit School in Allentown, Pa., has been named the 2004 NFL Teacher of the Year, the NFL announced.

Instant Messaging (IM) Service Helps Students Utilize Reeves Library Resources
The Reeves Library at Moravian College recently began providing an instant messaging (IM) service to assist students as they search its repository of more than 250,000 books.

Metropolitan Opera Soprano Ruth Ann Swenson to Perform at Moravian
The Great Artist Series of Moravian College will present the world-renowned soprano, Ruth Ann Swenson.

Moravian to host community dialogue on race relations
Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary will host the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast, sponsored by the Bethlehem branch of the NAACP.