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Moravian College Alumni to be Honored at 13th Annual Awards Ceremony
James M. Stevens '73 to receive Comenius Award, late Roy Goshorn '58 to receive Medallion of Merit
Nicole Tabor's New Book Explores Genre, Gender in Three Significant Modernist Works
Gender, Genre, and the Myth of Human Singularity Examines Categorization
Moravian College to Provide Holiday Meal for Bethlehem's Less Fortunate
For the 15th consecutive year, Moravian College will host a holiday luncheon for underprivileged residents of Bethlehem who might otherwise not be able to enjoy a seasonal meal.
Moravian Faculty Members and Administrators to Serve Students Thanksgiving Dinner
Nearly 60 faculty and staff volunteers help bring tradition back to campus November 20
Award-Winning Writer Stephanie Powell Watts to Speak at Moravian College
"The State of the American Short Story" a Reading and Discussion - December 4
An Array of Musical Performances at Moravian College this Weekend
The Choir, Moravian College Community Orchestra, and Ensembles to perform
Moravian College English Department to hold Social featuring Moravian Alumni
Moravian College's English Department will be hosting a Social for students on Thursday, November 21 in the Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex (PPHAC).
Google Finds Its Next Computer Expert in Moravian College Faculty Member
Moravian College's loss is Google's gain. Matt Lang, assistant professor of computer science at Moravian College since 2009, has been hired away by the American multinational corporation Google Inc.
"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 November 15.
Panel of Moravian College Alumni to Discuss the Legal Profession
Five prominent Moravian College alumni working in the legal profession will return to campus for a talk with students on Thursday, November 21.
Moravian College Group to Attend UN Climate Change Conference in Warsaw
A group from Moravian College will be headed off to Warsaw, Poland this weekend to attend the annual United Nations Framework Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) Conference.
Children Selected to Sing Morning Star Solo at Vespers Services
Six local 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 later this fall.
Moravian College Theatre Company to Present David Auburn's "Proof"
Works by artists Steve Tobin and Michael Wysochansky enhance production.
Award-winning Jazz Saxophonist Phil Woods to Perform at Moravian College
The Moravian College Music Department has partnered with the Pennsylvania Jazz Collective (PJC), an area nonprofit arts organization, to present the collective's second annual Jazz Series, featuring Grammy Award-winning jazz alto saxophonist Phil Woods.
Workshop for Vocalists to be held at Moravian College
The Lehigh Valley Chapter of the National Association of Teachers Singing will be hosting "Vocal Wellness Strategies" at Moravian College on Sunday, November 3.
Payne Gallery Now Showing "Installation in Paper: An Exhibit by Jeong Yun and Choon Yun"
Payne Gallery at Moravian College is currently exhibiting "Installations in Paper" which will run through to December 15.
Moravian College named a Best Value in Private College by Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Moravian ranked #89 among liberal arts college nationwide for academic quality and affordability
Yale University Professor Mary Moller to present Sipple Nursing Lecture
Growing concerns about mental health issues to be discussed
Art Education Conference to Promote Awareness, Teaching Practices
Moravian College Hosts Events, Exhibition; Baxter to Receive Award
Award-winning journalist Chris Hedges to speak at Moravian
Hedges is Moravian's 7th Peace and Justice Scholar in Residence