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5/26/2003
Moravian Alum Callahan Wins Democratic Party Nomination for Mayor
John B. Callahan, a 1991 graduate of Moravian College, won the hotly contested democratic nomination for mayor in Bethlehem's primary election.

5/24/2003
Moravian College Summer Session Begins June 2
Moravian College is offering summer session classes, day and evening, from June 2 to July 14.

5/22/2003
Moravian College to hold Alumni Weekend - May 30-31
Alumni returning to Moravian College for reunion and celebration will enjoy an exciting schedule of events and entertainment planned for Alumni Weekend.

5/20/2003
Spring Lebensfeld Prize Winners Named at Moravian
Moravian College recently announced the winners of the 2003 spring semester's Upper-Division Lebensfeld Prizes for the Best Essay, Short Story, and Poem.

5/18/2003
Moravian College to hold Commencement - May 17
Moravian College will bestow honorary degrees to two distinguished individuals at its commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 17, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

5/16/2003
Moravian College to honor graduate prize winners at Commencement - May 17
Moravian College will grant awards and prizes to high-achieving graduates at commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 17, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

5/14/2003
Moravian College to celebrate Class of 2003 nursing graduates
In 1998, St. Luke's Hospital and Health Network and Moravian College formed a historic partnership that established The St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing at Moravian College.

5/12/2003
Moravian Theological Seminary to hold commencement -
Commencement ceremonies marking the conclusion of the 196th academic year at Moravian Theological Seminary will be celebrated on Saturday, May 17 at 4:00 p.m. in Central Moravian Church.

5/10/2003
Moravian College to hold Commencement - May 17
Moravian College will grant honorary degrees to two distinguished individuals at its commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 17, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

5/8/2003
Moravian College nursing program receives full accreditation
The St. Luke's School of Nursing at Moravian College today received full accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) for its bachelor of science degree program.

5/6/2003
Main Street to open today as Pedestrian Island nears completion
Main Street in Bethlehem will open on Monday, May 5, after being closed for two months while Moravian College completed its Main Street Renovation Project.

5/4/2003
Rev. Dr. Paul Wee to speak at Moravian's baccalaureate service - May 16
The Rev. Dr. Paul A. Wee will be the honored speaker at the 261st Moravian College Baccalaureate Service on Friday, May 16, 2003, at 5:30 p.m. in Central Moravian Church.

5/2/2003
Moravian College student selected for Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader squad
Moravian College senior Amanda Wynn has been selected by the Philadelphia Eagles to join the 2003-04 cheerleading team.

4/22/2003
Moravian College to host Bethlehem Democratic Mayoral Debate
Moravian College will host a Bethlehem Democratic mayoral debate sponsored by The Morning Call in partnership with the Northampton League of Women Voters on Monday, May 5, 7-8:30 p.m.

4/20/2003
Moravian College offers three workshops addressing human resource issues
Continuing and Graduate Studies at Moravian College will offer a human resource workshop, "How to Build a High Performance Culture," on May 7, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

4/18/2003
Moravian College Student Wins Pennsylvania Campus Idol Contest
Moravian College junior Jessica Smith walked away the winner at the Pennsylvania Campus Idol competition held recently at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia.

4/16/2003
Women's history in China topic of special lecture
Moravian College will hold a special lecture, "Some Thoughts on Regional History and Women's History in China," featuring Dr. May Bo Ching, assistant professor of history at Sun Yat-Sen University in Canton, China.

4/14/2003
Moravian College professor selected as nursing research scholar
Maryellen Dye, an assistant professor at the St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing at Moravian College, has been selected by the John A. Hartford Foundation Institute for Geriatric Nursing to be a...

4/12/2003
Moravian Theological Seminary initiative will increase diversity
Moravian Theological Seminary received a grant from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation to implement an initiative that will attract more minority faculty and students to its degree and outreach programs.

4/10/2003
Moravian College to host "Spartan Invitational" debate competition
Moravian College will play host the 7th annual Spartan Invitational on Saturday, April 26.

4/8/2003
Lecture to address ethical considerations for DNA typing
Moravian College will host a special lecture by Dr. Pamela Sanka, DNA Typing: Panacea or Pandora's Box? on Thursday, April 24 at 4 p.m. in room 102 of the Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex (PPHAC).

4/6/2003
"Keys to Success" Open House at Moravian College - April 23
The Moravian College Music Department will host a series of special open-to-the-public events on Wednesday, April 23, 2003 from 11a.m. to 9 p.m.

4/4/2003
Moravian College to display art depicting life in camp during Holocaust
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Week, Moravian College will exhibit drawings and ...

4/2/2003
Afternoon tea begins anew at Moravian College
After a nearly 40-year hiatus, Moravian College has resumed a long-held tradition of hosting an afternoon tea each semester.

3/25/2003
Bucknell Professor to Give Native American Presentation at Moravian College
Professor John Grim of Bucknell University's Religious Studies Department will give a presentation entitled The Crow Sun Dance: Ecology and Cosmology at Moravian College on Sunday, March 30, 2003 at 7 p.m.

3/24/2003
Promise of the Rainbow to explore issues of cultural diversity
Moravian College in association with Just Born, Inc. will host the 13th annual "The Promise of the Rainbow: The Challenge of Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Schools" conference on Tuesday.

3/23/2003
Moravian College Graduate Early Casualty in Iraq War
Christopher Scott Seifert '97, a U.S. Army captain serving in the 101st Airborne Division in Kuwait, was one of the first American casualties of the Iraq war.

3/22/2003
Rodale Magazine Art Director to Speak at Moravian College
Dave Speranza, Art Director for Rodale magazines, will make a presentation at Moravian College on Wednesday, April 2 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Design Lab on the Hurd (South) Campus.

3/21/2003
Kutztown Area High School and Fleetwood Middle School take top honors at regional Science Olympiad
For the second year in a row, Kutztown Area High School took top honors in the regional Science Olympiad among participating area (Division C) high schools and Fleetwood Middle School outpaced the participating middle schools.

3/20/2003
Coach Herman Boone to bring story of inspiration to Moravian College
Coach Herman Boone will share his story of respect, teamwork, community involvement, and the importance of character at Moravian College on Wednesday, March 26th from 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in Johnston Hall.

3/19/2003
Moravian College Dancers Offer a Kaleidoscope of Dance
The annual performance by the Moravian College Dancers features every kind of dance from ballet to Bob Fosse, created by student, faculty, and guest choreographers.

3/18/2003
Violinist Andrew Manze to conduct master class at Moravian College
Violinist Andrew Manze will conduct a master class at Moravian College on Saturday, March 29, 11 a.m., in Peter Hall on the Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus in historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

3/17/2003
Moravian College to host regional Science Olympiad competition
More than 600 students representing 45 junior and senior high schools will be competing at Moravian College in a regional Science Olympiad on Friday, March 21, 2003.

3/16/2003
Moravian's president Rokke to lead discussion on foreign policy at Georgetown University Leadership Series
Moravian College president, Dr. Ervin J. Rokke, will lead a discussion on "Managing U.S. Foreign Policy," at a Georgetown University Leadership Seminar on Monday, March 24, in Washington D.C. Rokke will chair...

3/15/2003
Moravian students to learn of bilingual jobs in government
Information sessions on "Bilingual Professionals and Job Opportunities in the USA Government" will be held at Moravian College, in Dana Lecture Hall, Collier Hall of Science, on Thursday, March 20, 2003.

3/14/2003
Twenty-Seven inducted into art honors fraternity at Moravian College
Moravian College recently inducted twenty-nine students into the Zeta Psi chapter of Kappa Pi, the International Art Honors Fraternity at Moravian College.

3/13/2003
Moravian College to host Campus (American) Idol
Thirty brave students will put their singing talent on display at Moravian on March 27 at 9:30 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium, when the College hosts a version of American Idol called "Campus Idol."

3/12/2003
Moravian's dean of Continuing and Graduate Studies to retire
Dr. Linda Heindel, dean of continuing and graduate studies at Moravian College will retire on June 30, 2003, after twenty-six years of association with the institution.

3/11/2003
Photographs by Gertrude Käsebier at Moravian College
The works of Gertrude Käsebier, the notable American pictorialist photographer and the first of this country's important women of the camera, will be on display at Moravian College, where she was a student in the 1860s.

3/10/2003
Moravian College Students work with Habitat for Humanity
Ten Moravian College students are spending their spring break (March 8-16) in Clemson, South Carolina building homes for in Habitat for Humanity, a program created to build and improve homes for families that cannot afford to do it otherwise.

3/9/2003
Hans-Beat Motel to assess Moravian Church's role in the global community
Hans-Beat Motel will present a lecture, "The Moravian Church as a Global Community: Dreams at the Beginning, Challenges Today, and Dreams for the Future," on Thursday April 24, from 9:30 am - 2:30 pm, at Moravian Theological Seminary.

3/7/2003
Doris Schattschneider to discuss art of M.C. Escher - April 7
Dr. Doris Schattschneider, professor emerita of mathematics at Moravian College, will present a slide/lecture, Visions of Symmetry: Mathematics and the Art of M. C. Escher, on Monday, April 7, at 7:00 p.m.

3/4/2003
Moravian to honor Rev. Dr. Gene E. Handwerk '77
The Governing Board of the Moravian Theological Seminary Alumni/ae Association will honor the Rev. Dr. Gene E. Handwerk with the 2003 John Hus Award at a reunion luncheon on Friday...

3/3/2003
Fred Rogers was honored by Moravian College with Comenius Medallion in 1992
On Thursday, February 27, 2003, "Mister Rogers" died at age 74 in his home.

3/2/2003
Moravian College holds services and activities for Lent
As Ash Wednesday and the Easter season of Lent approach, Moravian College has scheduled a number of events to celebrate the spiritual season.

3/1/2003
Lebensfeld Prize Winners Announced at Moravian College
Candy Geary, class of 2006, (Falls, PA) was recently announced as the winner of the Lebensfeld Prize for Best Writing 100 Essay for the fall semester at Moravian College.

2/15/2003
Moravian College professor wins award for advising nursing students
Susan DeSanto-Madeya, an assistant professor of nursing at Moravian College, received the State Nurses Association of Pennsylvania (SNAP) Chapter Advisor of the Year Award recently...

2/14/2003
Roundtable presentation to focus on indigenous people of Latin America
Mildred Rivera-Vazquez, associate professor of Spanish at Moravian College, will deliver a slide/presentation, The Indigenous People of Latin America: What Remains? on Monday, March 3 at 7:00 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium.

2/13/2003
Author John Burke '79 to discuss "Mestizo Democracy" at Moravian - March 3
Moravian College will hold a special presentation featuring educator, author, and Moravian Alumni, Dr. John Burke '79 on Monday, March 3 at 7 p.m., in Peter Hall.

2/12/2003
Graphic design exhibit on display at Moravian College
Moravian College is currently featuring two graphic design exhibits in the Paty Eiffe Gallery of the Haupert Union Building of until March 10, 2003.

2/11/2003
Moravian College to host program on legal issues in higher education
Moravian College will play host to the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) program, "A Day with Peter Lake," on Friday, February 28, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

2/10/2003
Moravian to construct Pedestrian Island on Main Street
Moravian College will soon begin the Main Street Renovation Project that has been in the planning stages with the City of Bethlehem for over two years.

2/9/2003
MacArthur Fellow Janine Jagger to Speak at Moravian
The only MacArthur Fellow to come from the higher education institutions of the Lehigh Valley will return to her alma mater, Moravian College, to speak with the campus community on Monday, March 3.

2/8/2003
Children's Novelist Lore Segal to Read at Moravian College
Lore Segal, author of Her First American, Other People's Houses, and more than 20 books for children, will read from her work at 4:00 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium.

2/7/2003
IMPACT brings Vagina Monologues to Moravian College
As part of its V-Day 2003 College Campaign, Moravian College student organization, IMPACT, will present a benefit production of Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues," from Friday to Sunday, February 21 - 23, 2003 in Prosser Auditorium.

2/6/2003
Continuing Studies to hold program on employment and legal issues
Graduate and Continuing Studies at Moravian College is offering "Legal Issues: The Employment Relationship," a two-credit, seven-week course taught by Rochelle K. Kaplan, Esq., labor arbitrator and employment mediator.

2/5/2003
Moravian College offers English as a second language certification
Moravian College has begun offering English as a Second Language (ESL) certification this spring.

2/4/2003
Rokke named to Advisory Council of the U.S. Institute
Moravian College president, Ervin J. Rokke has been named to the Advisory Council of the United States Institute of Peace.

2/3/2003
Distinguished Lecture Series to feature talks by
Nine of the Lehigh Valley area's most respected CEOs are scheduled to speak as part of the MBA Distinguished Lecture Series, in the Capstone Course of The Moravian MBA, Moravian College.

2/2/2003
Nursing students spend break gaining clinical experience in Central America
A group of nursing students and faculty recently returned from a health care mission trip at the Moravian Clinics in Ahuas, Honduras, Central America.

2/1/2003
Metropolitan Opera bass Samuel Ramey to perform in concert at Moravian
Samuel Ramey, world-renowned bass from the Metropolitan Opera, will perform in concert at Moravian College on Wednesday, February 26, at 8:00 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall on the Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus.

1/22/2003
Award Winning Artist Alfredo Jaar to Present "Lament of Images/Rwanda Project"
Acclaimed photographer, artist, and sculptor, Alfredo Jaar will present a lecture and multi-media presentation, "Lament of the Images/Rwanda Project," at Moravian College on Thursday, February 6 at 7:30 p.m.

1/20/2003
"From Mauritius to Bhutan: Religious Practices Around the World" topic of slide/lecture presentation
The Moravian College Alumni Association will hold the first of the Roundtable lectures for 2003 with a special slide/lecture by Ruth and Mike Fidorack, "From Mauritius to Bhutan: Religious Practices Around the World," on Monday...

1/18/2003
Moravian College to host film and panel discussion on Kindertransport
In partnership with the Allentown Jewish Community Center, Moravian College will host the film "All My Loved Ones" as part of the 2003 Jewish and Israeli Film Series, on Sunday...

1/16/2003
Payne Gallery Presents "Eastern European Prints and Posters"
Payne Gallery of Moravian College is pleased to announce an exhibition of prints and posters by artists from Eastern Europe.

1/14/2003
Advancements in Laser Technology focus of Lecuture
Moravian College will hold a special lecture by Dr. Barry Walker, Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of Delaware, focusing on advancements in laser technology on Thursday, February 6, 2003, at 4:00 p.m.

1/12/2003
Newcombe Scholarship recipients are high achievers at Moravian
The James McBride Jazz Ensemble will perform in (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)-Nineteen non-traditional women at Moravian College-recipients of Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation Scholarships...

1/10/2003
James McBride Jazz Ensemble to perform at Moravian - February 5
The James McBride Jazz Ensemble will perform in concert on Wednesday, February 5, 8:00 p.m., in Foy Concert Hall on the Priscilla Payne Hurd campus of Moravian College.

1/8/2003
Brad Sherwood to bring "Whose Line is it Anyway?" to Moravian
The improvisational talents of Brad Sherwood will be showcased on Friday, January 31, 8 p.m., in Johnston Hall, as he brings his version of the hit television show Whose Line Is It Anyway? to Moravian College.

1/6/2003
Moravian College announces new scholarships for Latino transfer students
Moravian College today announced it will offer two additional scholarships per year for Latino transfer students - one from Northampton Community College, the other from Lehigh Carbon Community College.

1/4/2003
Moravian receives national award for online newsletter
The Moravian Star, Moravian College's newly launched on-line newsletter for parents and alumni, was selected to receive the first Harris Internet Services Achievement Award for the Best Online Newsletter.

1/2/2003
Award-winning author Michael Eric Dyson to speak at Moravian College in honor of MLK
Peter von Allmen, professor of economics at Moravian College, whose first book (with Michael Leeds of Temple University) on the economics of sports has become the international standard in colleges and universities...


Eleventh Annual July Jazz Getaway to Feature David "Fathead" Newman
The Moravian College Music Institute will hold the 11th annual July Jazz Getaway week from Sunday, July 6, to Saturday, July 12.


Moravian College Named to Prestigious Annapolis Group
Moravian College was recently named a member of the Annapolis Group, an organization of the leading national independent liberal arts colleges.


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 seventh consecutive year this summer.


Summer Session II Begins July 14 at Moravian College
Moravian College is offering more than 30 courses, day and evening, in its second summer session, July 14 - August 22, to help students move ahead with their college programs.


Enthusiasts to Visit Moravian to Hear Historic Samuel Green Organ
Attendees from the Organ Historical Society's southeastern Pennsylvania conference in Harrisburg will visit Moravian College on Thursday, June 26.


Moravian College Comments on Court Ruling Affecting College Admissions
Dr. Ervin J. Rokke, Moravian College president, released a statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decisions of Monday, June 23.


Alumni Association Names 2003-04 Fellows
The Moravian College Alumni Association named five students as an Alumni Fellows for the coming academic year.


Music Alliance Benefit Raises $3,000 for Concert Grand Piano at Moravian
John A. Berkstresser, a Continental Airlines captain and well-regarded Bethlehem pianist, gave a recital June 22 to benefit the Piano Fund, a project of the Moravian College Music Alliance.


Bethlehem MP and Moravian College Help Iraqi Children
Clothes and school supplies from the Moravian College community are on their way to a children's hospital in Iraq.


Seminary Announces Joint Degree Program with Marywood University
Moravian Theological Seminary has joined with the Marywood University School of Social Work to offer joint degrees for students interested in applying social work principles and practice in their ministry.


Moravian Students Create Jungle Mural for Easton Clinic
Over the month of June, two Moravian art students and an adjunct art instructor transformed a bare white wall in the lobby of an Easton clinic into a tropical jungle.


Moravian commended by Bethlehem Health Bureau for street improvements
The Bethlehem Bureau of Health's Citizen Traffic Advisory Committee (CTAC) recently praised Moravian College for its proactive approach to increasing pedestrian safety and making the City more "walker friendly."


Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Thomas L. Friedman at Moravian - October 2
Moravian will celebrate 20 years of the Cohen Arts and Lectures Series with a timely lecture by Thomas L. Friedman, "The global economy and U.S. foreign policy," on Thursday, October 2, at 8 p.m.


H. Paty Eiffe Gallery to exhibit paintings by Nepalese artist Karna Maskey
H. Paty Eiffe Gallery is pleased to present work by Karna Maskey of Nepal. A reception will be held Thursday, July 24, from 11:30 to 12:30 welcoming the artist and his family.


Moravian College alumna an early exit from NBC reality show
Moravian College alumna Jessica Coughlin '99, a graduate of Bethlehem Catholic High School, was a contestant on the new NBC reality show...


Bethlehem Digital History Project wins award for website
The Bethlehem Digital History Project, an on-line collaboration between Reeves Library at Moravian College and the Bethlehem Area Public Library, has won June's Golden Web...


Moravian Choir Alumni hold annual luau
A group of Moravian College choir alumni from the mid-1980s has been holding a combination of reunion and tribute to retired music faculty members Richard and Monica Schantz for some years now on or about Midsummer.


Moravian enrolls largest and most academically qualified class in its history
As Moravian College begins a major initiative to increase the quality and quantity of its student body, the Admission Office is reporting another record-breaking year.


Moravian College to implement new parking rules
Moravian College will implement a new parking policy beginning August 15 that will improve parking conditions on campus and in the surrounding neighborhoods.


Trustee holds picnic to welcome freshman to Moravian
Moravian College trustee Richard Kingston '77 and his wife, Leslie, have been hosting the College's annual Freshman Welcome Picnic for almost a decade.


Moravian student assists in production of MTV Video Music Awards
Shannon Clay, a senior English major from Hellertown who has been working as an intern at MTV this summer, is part of the production team for MTV's fifth annual Video Music Awards.


Moravian College to implement new employee recognition program
Moravian College has developed a new and expanded employee recognition program as a means to reward its employees, both faculty and staff, which have done a superior job on a given project or within a given area.


Messages of diversity and inclusion to adorn Moravian student center
Moravian College will soon mount a mural display that features a collection of thought-provoking and moving quotations about diversity and inclusion.


Moravian among "Best Colleges" in Princeton Review's 2004 guide
Moravian College is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review, the New York-based company known for its test-prep and education services.


Freshmen to walk the Moravian Mile on September 1
Over 300 Moravian College freshmen will walk the "Moravian Mile" during the annual freshman class walk on Monday, September 1 at 11:00 a.m.


Ensemble East to perform at Moravian College - September 24
The unique sound of traditional Japanese music will fill Foy Concert Hall when Ensemble East performs at Moravian College on September 24 at 7:30 p.m.


Moravian receives national award for online alumni newsletter
For the second year in a row, Moravian has won the Harris Internet Services achievement award for best online newsletter.


Moravian' Business & Industry Council to host program on leadership
Moravian College's Business & Industry Council will host a special program focusing on leadership featuring Kostas Kalegeroupolus, executive vice-president of development for Meyer Jabara Hotels, at 7 p.m.


Moravian College to host open house for prospective students
Moravian College will host two Fall Open Houses for prospective students and their parents on Saturday, October 4 and Saturday, October 18.


Moravian College to hold annual Family Day on September 13
Parents, siblings, family members, and friends of Moravian College students will experience campus life on Saturday, September 13, during the college's annual Family Day, a fall celebration at Moravian.


Moravian College's Payne Gallery opens season with new acquisitions
Fifty works new to the permanent collection of Payne Gallery at Moravian College will go on display Thursday, September 18, to open the gallery's 2002-2003 season.


Contemporary printmaking show on display at Moravian College
An art exhibit entitled "Contemporary Printmaking" will be displayed at Moravian College from September 25 to October.


Dr. Janet A. Sipple to receive honorary degree from University of Queensland
Janet A. Sipple, RN, Ed.D., professor and chair of St. Luke's School of Nursing at Moravian College, and dean of St. Luke's School of Nursing at St. Luke's Hospital, has been selected to receive ...


Author and political activist Michael Parenti to speak at Moravian College
The Political Forum at Moravian College will host a lecture by historian and political activist Michael Parenti on Wednesday, September 24, at 4 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium.


Moravian's "Learning at Leisure" combines fun and learning
Moravian College has developed a program for students, faculty, and staff to have fun while learning new skills with "Learning at Leisure," a program designed to offer both educational and fun classes in...


Moravian College to celebrate 20 years of Cohen Arts and Lectures with Tom Friedman
Moravian will celebrate 20 years of the Cohen Arts and Lectures Series with a timely lecture by Thomas L. Friedman, "The global economy and U.S. foreign policy," on Thursday, October 2, at 8 p.m.


Founder of Responsible Policies for Animals to discuss animal liberation
David Cantor, founder of Responsible Policies for Animals (RPA) will present a talk on animal liberation at Moravian College on Friday, September 26, at 12:50 p.m., Prosser Auditorium in the HUB.


Jewish and Arab music group "Atzilut" to perform at Moravian College
Atzilut, a Jewish and Arab musical group, will be performing at Moravian College on Wednesday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.


Four seniors selected to receive Cohen Arts and Lectures Scholarships
Four seniors will receive Cohen Arts and Lectures Scholarships for 2003-2004.


Poet Sekou Sundiata at Moravian College - October 3
Poet Sekou Sundiata will be speaking at Moravian College on Friday, October 3 from 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Snyder Room of the Haupert Union Building.


Transgendered woman to address students at Moravian College
IMPACT at Moravian College, in cooperation with Lehigh University, is sponsoring a presentation by Debra Davis on Tuesday, September 30 at 8:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.


Moravian College Community Orchestra to perform with guest artist Mikhail Yanovitsky
A prize-winning Russian pianist and a performance of Paul Hindemith's ground-breaking "Kammermusik No. 1" highlight the fall concert of the Moravian College-Community Orchestra and the College's new faculty instrumental...


Moravian College appoints Interim MBA administrators
Moravian College MBA Director, Dr. Santo D. Marabella, has been appointed to serve as Interim Assistant Dean for the fall 2003 semester while the College of Graduate Studies (CGS) conducts...


Sculptor Kerstin Engman to speak at Moravian College
Artist and sculptor Kerstin Engman will speak at Moravian College on Thursday, October 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 101 of the Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex.


Dr. Florence Kimball named dean of Continuing and Graduate Studies
Moravian College has named Dr. Florence Kimball dean of the Continuing and Graduate Studies division.


National media literacy expert to expose tobacco industry marketing tactics
National media literacy expert Dr. Peter DeBenedittis will present "Seduce Me: Blow Away the Ashes," an entertaining program exposing the manipulative tactics used by tobacco companies to market their products...


Moravian professor authors guide to writing about psychology
Dana S. Dunn, professor of psychology at Moravian College, may have created the most useful book to come out of the academic arm of his field.


National media literacy expert to expose tobacco industry marketing tactics
National media literacy expert Dr. Peter DeBenedittis will present "Seduce Me: Blow Away the Ashes," an entertaining program exposing the manipulative tactics used by tobacco companies to market their...


Felipe Luciano to speak at Moravian College - October 16
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Moravian College will present a lecture by media icon and activist Felipe Luciano on October 16 at 7:30 p.m.


Moravian professor named chairperson of national psychology lecture series
Dr. Dana S. Dunn, professor of psychology at Moravian College, was named the new chairperson of the G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series.


Speaker Series lecture to focus on "Contemporary China: A Place of Contradictions"
Dr. Lisa Fischler, assistant professor of political science at Moravian College, will present a talk offering visual and verbal images of contemporary China on Monday, October 13, at 7:00 p.m.


"Of a revolution" to perform at Moravian College - November 21
The "indie band" of a revolution (O.A.R.) will perform in concert at Moravian College on Friday, November 21, at 8 p.m., in Johnston Hall.


Lecture to focus on New York Stock Exchange Floor
The Personal Financial Planning Certificate Program at Moravian College is hosting a special presentation entitled "Inside of the Inner Workings of the New York Stock Exchange Floor" on Tuesday, October 21 from 7 p.m.-9 p.m.


Gallery to exhibit archival materials from Moravian's storied 260-year history
Payne Gallery at Moravian College will exhibit "Buried Treasure: Discovering the Moravian College Archives," from October 23 through November 30.


Israeli writer Naomi Gal a Comenius Professor at Moravian
Israeli writer and translator Naomi Gal is spending the year at Moravian College as Comenius Professor of Language and Literature.


Special lectures a highlight of Moravian College homecoming week
Two distinguished Moravian College alumnae who are returning to campus to accept Alumni Association Awards on Friday, October 24, will present special lectures to the campus community on Thursday...


Moravian College Alumni Association announces 2003 alumni award recipients
The Moravian College Alumni Association will hold its Fourth Annual Alumni Association Awards Ceremony on Friday, October 24, 2003, on the Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus.


Sones De México to perform at Moravian College -
Sones De México, a Mexican Folk music ensemble, will perform at Moravian College on Wednesday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall.


Duo-Pianists to perform in support of Moravian's "All-Steinway" quest
The renowned Duo-Pianists Arianna Goldina and Remy Loumbrozo will perform on Thursday, October 30 at 7:30 pm in Peter Hall.


Moravian faculty recital at area church - October 26
The Moravian College Music Institute will host a faculty recital on Sunday, October 26 at 4 p.m. at Peace-Tohickon Lutheran Church, Route 313 and Branch Road in Perkasie, Pa.


Leading scholar of African-American studies to speak at Moravian
Moravian College will host a talk by Dr. Manning Marable, professor of history and political science and founding director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University...


Moravian College to host Bethlehem Mayoral Debate - October 29
Moravian College will host a Bethlehem mayoral debate sponsored by The Morning Call in partnership with the Northampton League of Women Voters on Wednesday, October 29, 7:00-8:00 p.m. in Foy Hall.


Moravian College Student Named Leader of the Month
Moravian College student Borko Milosev was named Outstanding Leader for September by Omicron Delta Kappa, the school's Leadership Honor Society.


Speaker Series Lecture to Focus on Journey from Afghanistan
The Moravian College Monday Night Speaker Series will present, "Country of Birth and Country of Choice," by guest speaker, Mr. Suleiman (Sunny) Modjadidi, on Monday, November 10th at 7 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium.


Luke Timothy Johnson to Discuss Historical Jesus at Moravian Theological Seminary
The quest for the historical Jesus has been one of Christianity's longest controversies.


Frederica von Stade to Perform at Moravian College - December 1
As part of the Great Artist Series, the Moravian College Music Institute presents mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade in recital on Monday, December 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall, Priscilla Payne Hurd campus.


Ross J. Born to Address "Sweeter Side of Financial Planning" - Nov. 17
The Personal Financial Planning Certificate Program at Moravian College will host a discussion led by Ross J. Born, of Just Born Inc.


Seminary to Celebrate Joint Degree Program with Marywood University
The Moravian Theological Seminary will hold a ceremonial document signing to mark it's collaboration with Marywood University for a degree program in social work, on Friday, November 14, at 1:00 p.m.


Local Children Selected to Sing Morning Star Solos at Moravian Vespers Service
Three local children have been selected to sign the solo portions of the traditional Moravian hymn "Morning Star" at the ninth Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary Christmas Vespers services in December.


Continuing and Graduate Studies to Hold Open House - Nov. 15
The Moravian College Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies (CGS) will hold an Open House on Saturday, November 15, from 10 a.m. to noon.


Moravian to Preview Christmas Vespers Musical Program
The Moravian College Choir, conducted by Paula Ring Zerkle, Director of Choral Music at Moravian College, will hold a special preview concert featuring the music that will be performed during this year's Christmas Vespers services.


Moravian College Celebrates International Education Week
To celebrate the Fourth Annual International Education Week, Moravian College is planning a week filled with fun activities.


Moravian College Resumes Tradition of Afternoon Tea
After a 40-year hiatus, Moravian College has resumed a long-held tradition of hosting an afternoon tea each semester.


Moravian College Radio Station WRMC Returns
WRMC Greyhound Radio, Moravian College's radio station, became operational on Sunday, November 9 at 5 p.m.


Lehigh Valley Teachers to Present Literacy Research
Four Lehigh Valley area teachers, graduates of Moravian College's Master of Education Program in Curriculum and Instruction, will present literacy research conducted in Lehigh Valley public schools.


Moravian Student's Story Published in College Bound Magazine
Moravian College junior Kelly Haymaker (Hellertown, Pa) recently had her essay entitled "Learning to Fly" published in College Bound Magazine.


Moravian College students to tour worship centers
In an effort to raise awareness of the diversity of faith found on campus and in the world and model inter-faith collaboration, the Multi-faith Council at Moravian College will take part in an Inter-faith Bus Tour.


Moravian College names four to Board of Trustees
The Moravian College Board of Trustees recently elected two additional members to its ranks: educator Nancy Cohen Engels and entrepreneur John Kemps.


Moravian College Choir alumni honor Richard and Monica Schantz
A gathering of choir alumni and friends from the 38 years that Richard and Monica Schantz led the Moravian College Music Department and built its choral music program raised funds to endow...


Moravian Faculty and Students Designate "Safe Zone" for Women
On Monday morning, November 24, faculty and students of Moravian College, under the auspices of the college's women studies program...


Moravian College to host homeland security conference - December 3
Key officials of the homeland security community from national, state, and local offices—including Paul McHale, assistant secretary of defense for homeland defense...


Reginald Marsh's last painting discovered at Moravian College
No one, it seemed, knew that Reginald Marsh, a disciple of the American "Ashcan School" of gritty urban realism, had painted a portrait.


Moravian College to help feed Bethlehem's hungry at holiday lunch
For the fifth 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...


Moravian students give back through community service
Moravian College is taking community service to new heights this fall.


Moravian College to share Christmas Vespers with statewide audience
The inspiring music and pageantry of Moravian College's Christmas Vespers Service will be shared with millions of viewers on Christmas Eve when the Pennsylvania Cable Network airs...


Moravian College honors late dean with Albrecht Dürer print
Moravian College has acquired a print by the German Renaissance master Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), which will be hung in a room dedicated to the late...


Art students "Moravianize" Miles of Mules subject