Datebook

Friday, January 14
The Political Science Department hosts the first faculty/staff TGIF of the semester. In honor of politicians everywhere, we suggest a buffet of ham, turkey, and horseradish. 3:30-5:00 p.m., Doghouse.

Saturday, January 22
Satori, the versatile Bethlehem chamber-music group, performs at 7:30 p.m., Foy Hall. Works for flute and strings by Mozart, Boccherini, and Martinu, and the Brahms quintet for piano and strings. $12, $6 seniors/students. Ext. 1650.

Sunday, January 23
The jazz studies faculty—Neil Wetzel and Tony Gairo, saxophone; Alan Gaumer, trumpet; Mike Christianson, trombone; Bill Washer, guitar; Paul Rostock, bass; Frank Giasullo, piano; Gary Rissmiller, drums; Lou Lanza, vocals—jams it up at 4:00 p.m., Foy Hall. Music by Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, and Miles Davis; Neil’s own “Ballade.” $12, $6 seniors/students. Ext. 1650.

Tuesday, January 25
Patricia J. Williams, the “Mad Law Professor,” is the speaker for Moravian’s observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. See Page 1.

Wednesday, January 26
Metropolitan Opera soprano Ruth Ann Swenson sings opera and song selections at 7:30 p.m., Foy Hall. Tickets: $50, $120 for preferred seating and champagne reception. Ext. 1650.

Ongoing
Hair today, gone tomorrow. At Payne Gallery, the Breck Girls are on display, along with barbershop signs from Benin, West Africa, through February 6.

January 11, 2005

In Black and White:
Series of speakers and events on racial injustice.

The Political Process:
Moravian establishes chapter of national political science honorary and inducts charter members.

Tsunami relief:
A call from Sri Lankan alum.

Runouts:
College musicians perform outside the area.

Millennial Edition:
A workshop for faculty about students who entered in 2004.
Datebook:
Campus calendar.
Job Tryouts:
Candidates for accounting and biochemistry faculty positions.
Gaudeamus:
Achievements of faculty, staff, students.