Moravian College Moravian College News and Events Moravian College to host Academics for Vets Educational Fair for Veterans - Feb. 28 Moravian College will serve as the host for Academics for Vets Lehigh Valley Educational Fair for Veterans on Saturday, February 28, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. International Steinway Artist Jeffrey Biegel to Perform at Moravian College Biegel to premiere Jeremy Lubbock's "Moods" with the MC Community Orchestra Internationally Renowned Percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie to Perform at Moravian College Moravian College to celebrate Glennie's contribution to the arts with honorary degree. Dr. Michael Eric Dyson to Speak at Moravian College in Celebration of Black History Month Moravian College continues its Black History Month celebration with a talk by Dr. Michael Eric Dyson on Thursday, February 26. Moravian College's Artist-in-Residence Sean O'Boyle Receives One of Australia's Highest Honors O'Boyle awarded the Member of the Order of Australia, AM Moravian College to Host West African Drumming Workshop for Area Music Teachers Elementary and Middle School Music education teachers in the area will visit Moravian College for a program featuring west African drumming on Saturday, January 31. Moravian College and St. Luke's University Health Network Partner to Develop Center for Sports Former 24/7 Fitness facility in Bethlehem to serve as site for new programs and services Composer Alyssa Weinberg to Perform and Discuss "Prayer (Yellow Birds)" at Moravian College The Moravian College Department of Music and IN FOCUS program will be hosting a musical performance and discussion of "Prayer (Yellow Birds), by composer and cellist Alyssa Weinberg. Moravian College to host Concert featuring Grammy-Nominated Lutenist Ronn McFarlane Grammy-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane will perform a concert with his ensemble "Ayreheart" at Moravian College on Sunday, January 25. Moravian College to Honor MLK with Breakfast Program for William Penn Fifth-Graders Moravian College will host a breakfast program for fifth graders from William Penn Elementary School to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 19. Moravian College Students Solve Big Data Health Problems with Grant from Merck & Co. Moravian College's educational partnership with Merck & Co. and will continue in 2015 thanks to Pete Lega '85, Merck's director of emerging technology, and Ben Coleman, associate professor of computer science. PCN to Air Moravian College Christmas Vespers Statewide Program to air on Pennsylvania Cable Network, Blue Ridge Cable TV-13, & Service Electric TV 2 Annual Blues for Christmas Program to Air on Public Radio WDIY If you're tired of the same old holiday songs on the radio this season, tune into WDIY 88.1 FM, the Lehigh Valley's community radio station for it's annual 'Blues for Christmas' celebration. Alumni Hounds Day Helps Business Students Understand Pathways to Success The first Alumni Hounds Day brought eight alumni back to campus to share with students their experiences and pathways to success in the business world. 97% of Moravian College Nursing Students Pass NCLEX-RN on Their First Try Ninety-Seven percent (97%) of Moravian College nursing students passed the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) during the most recent testing cycle. Group from Moravian College Attending UN Conference on Climate Change in Peru Biology Professor Diane Husic Blogging on Huffington Post Website Vision Unbroken; A Memoir to Allison Perno's Legacy Michael McAndrew '15 composes concerto in memory of Officer Joe Perno's daughter, Allison. Novelist Chuck Wendig to Speak at Moravian College Novelist, screenwriter, game designer, and blogger Chuck Wendig will be visiting the Moravian College campus community for a talk on Friday, December 5. Moravian College's Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia to Perform at Bethlehem's Live Advent Calendar Event Moravian College's Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia will be performing at Bethlehem's Live Advent Calendar event on Tuesday December 2, at 5:00 p.m. Moravian College to Serve Holiday Meal to Help Bethlehem's Less Fortunate For the 16th consecutive year, Moravian College will host a holiday luncheon for residents of Bethlehem who might otherwise not be able to enjoy a seasonal meal.