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Neil Wetzel Releases CD "Cowboys in Capes" and Explores New Directions in Music Business
As saxophonist Neil Wetzel prepared the music for his latest CD, Cowboys in Capes, he knew he needed to try a different approach to get noticed and sell his music in the 21st century music market.

Moravian College Professor Dana S. Dunn Honored for Contributions to Teaching of Psychology
Dana S. Dunn, professor of psychology and assistant dean for special projects at Moravian College, was awarded a Presidential Citation from The American Psychological Association's Division 2.

Moravian College Partners with Traditions of Hanover
College to host seniors at kick-off event on September 19

Author Julie Zickefoose to Discuss the "The Bluebird Effect" at Moravian College
Moravian College will welcome author Julie Zickefoose to the campus for her discussion about her most recent book, The Bluebird Effect: Uncommon Bonds with Common Birds.

Moravian College to Present Nobel Laureate Jody Williams with Honorary Degree
Williams to receive Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters at Fall Convocation

Neil Wetzel to Receive the Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission 2014 Arts Tribute Award
Neil Wetzel, associate professor of music and director of jazz studies at Moravian College has been selected to receive the "Tribute to the Arts Award", sponsored by the Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission.

Moravian College Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Award-winning journalist Maria Hinojosa to visit October 8

Moravian College to Examine 'What is Peace?' with NEH-funded Course
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) recently awarded funding for the College to develop and implement a new 200-level humanities course.

Payne Gallery Releases Exhibition Schedule for 2014-15
Payne Gallery at Moravian College recently announced the schedule of exhibits for the 2014-15 season.

Rights Activist and Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Jody Williams to Speak at Fall Convocation
Convocation signals the start of 2014-15 Academic Year and IN FOCUS at Moravian College.

Moravian College to Debut Farm Fresh Market on Sept. 5
Community to benefit from educational components, cooking demonstrations, and more

Moravian College Welcomes the Class of 2018 with Orientation Weekend
Highlights include Move-in, Moravian Mile walk; service learning project, and HoundFest 2014

Robert Mayer Energized by 'Profound Learning Experience' Studying in Mississippi
NEH Institute Provides Education Professor Access to Mississippi Freedom Struggle Activists and Scholars

Moravian Named a "Best College" by The Princeton Review
Moravian College is one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.

Moravian College Names Students to Dean's Honor List for Spring 2014
Moravian College named 457 students to the Dean's Honor List for the spring 2013 semester.

Moravian College Named a Best Value by Educate to Career
Moravian College was recently ranked in the top 20% of colleges and universities nationwide in Educate To Career's index of Best Value Colleges for 2014.

Moravians Among First to Celebrate Independence Day
Before our country's Independence Day celebrations included the pomp and circumstance commonly found today, the Moravians were among the first to formally commemorate the nation's freedom.

Professor Diane Husic Named National Geographic's 'Geo-Educator of the Week'
Diane is the first educator selected for the new series and was featured on National Geographic's Education blog on June 24.

Moravian College President Bryon Grigsby to Present at National Media Conference
Moravian College president Bryon L. Grigsby '90 will speak at the Council of Independent Colleges' (CIC) annual conference.

Moravian College Mourns Sudden Passing of Trustee Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz '84
Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz '84, a member of the Moravian College Board of Trustees since 2008 and a daughter of life trustee DeLight Breidegam, died on June 20, 2014.

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