Machu Picchu

Jillian Kalweit ’04, Aurora, N.Y., took first place in the International Studies photo exhibit with this glorious panorama of the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, high in the Andes Mountains of Peru.

Iva Havlikova, Czech Republic, took second place; Michele Ervin ’04, Allentown, third; and Jana Hromadova, Czech Republic, honorable mention. Other exhibitors were Brandi Fogel ’06, Nazareth; Rebecca Stewart ’05, West Chester; Silvan Niedermeier, Germany; Rusty Trump ’04, Harrisburg; Crystal Reinert ’04, Coplay; Angie Morgan ’04, Bethle-hem; Jennifer Oakley ’04, Carbon-dale; Sara Suleman ’05, Pakistan; and Eileen Weber ’05, Emmaus.

Signage and publicity for the show were by art students Liesl Cook ’04, Essex Fells, N.J., Kirsli Spinks ’05, Lebanon, N.J., Kelly Warner ’04, Hanover, and Jan Ciganick, administrative assistant and adjunct faculty, Art Department.

January 6, 2004

Global Visions:
A special issue of InCommon devoted to international study.

Machu Picchu:
Prize-winning photo in International Studies competition.

Bailar, Comer, Reir:
Fiesta Latina celebrates Hispanic heritage.

Innocence Abroad:
Foreign study opportunities.

Musical Chairs:
Join the Wind Ensemble or orchestra at Moravian.
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Moravian archivist curates an exhibit of George Kennan's papers at Princeton.