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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.
Moravian College's New HOUNDS FOR FREEDOM NETWORK Working To Raise Awareness
Moravian College's newest student group HOUNDS FOR FREEDOM NETWORK kicks-off with a panel discussion focusing on human trafficking as the first of many issues surrounding modern day slavery.
Moravian College Students to Participate in Carry the Weight Together Day
Supporting survivors of sexual and domestic violence on college campuses
Moravian College Granted Access to Berlin Philharmonic's EXPLORE CLASSICAL MUSIC!
Moravian College has been selected to receive a free subscription to the Berlin Philharmonic's "Explore Classical Music!" program.
Concert to feature Jazz Legend Bob Dorough and the Moravian College BIG Band and Jazz Vocal Ensemble
Second Annual Betty Aierstock Moore Memorial Concert
"Everything but the Candles" Vespers Preview Concert at Moravian College - November 22
A concert featuring all of the music of Moravian College's Christmas Vespers performed by the Moravian Choir, Women's Chorus, Brass Ensemble, and other chamber ensembles will be held on Saturday, November 22.
Moravian College to Offer Writing Course Designed for Veterans
Moravian College will offer a new writing intensive course specifically designed for student veterans.
Moravian College Asks the Campus Community "Who Will You Honor Tomorrow?"
New student lounge for veteran's to be unveiled at ribbon cutting ceremony
Jamie Tworkowski "To Write Love On Her Arms" to Speak at Moravian College
Program's focus is depression, addiction, and suicide prevention
Moravian College to Hold a Celebration of Community Writers
The Moravian College English Department will hold a "Celebration for Community Writers" featuring four authors with strong Moravian College ties.
Moravian College President Bryon Grigsby to Speak at YWCA Lecture Series
Moravian College President Bryon L. Grigsby '90 will present a lecture focusing on the cost and value of a college education as part of the YWCA's Great Decisions Lecture Series.
Pennsylvania Impressionism Featured in Moravian College's Payne Gallery Exhibit
Moravian College's Payne Gallery will open with an exhibit featuring fine works of Pennsylvania Impressionism on Thursday, October 9 and run until November 9.
Moravian College Department of Music and Allentown Symphony Association to present Clarinet Celebration
The Moravian College Department of Music and Allentown Symphony Association will welcome Wenzel Fuchs for a master class and recital in Foy Concert Hall on Saturday, October 4.