Datebook: An Idiosyncratic Calendar

Friday, January 18
Deborah Appler, assistant professor of Old Testament at the Seminary, and Julye Bidmead, Biblical archeologist from California State Uiversity at Fresno, will discuss a planned dig at Tel Megiddo (its name is the root of the word Armageddon) in Israel this summer. Noon-1:00 p.m., Bahnson Center. Ext. 1523.

Sunday, January 20
Educational Forum. Issues in education discussed by those in the trenches: Anthony Villani and Wayne Marish, Freedom High School; Art Feinberg, Liberty High School; Daniel Tannous, Dieruff High School; Peter Mayes, James Buchanan Elementary School; Janet Solley, Southern Lehigh Middle School; Jodi Guro, Wilson High School; Judy Segan, Asa Packer Elementary School. 6:30 p.m., HUB Pavilion. Presented by Kappa Delta Pi. Snow date: January 27.

Saturday, January 26
Faculty tenor Gregory Oaten sings Benjamin Britten’s “Who Are These Children?” (Scottish poet William Soutar’s elegies about children as victims of war) and Robert Schumann’s Dichterliebe at 8:00 p.m. in Peter Hall. $10, $5 seniors/students. Ext. 1650.

Sunday, January 27
The jazz faculty mixes it up at 4:00 p.m. in Foy Hall. $10, $5 seniors/students. Ext. 1650.

January 15, 2002

Purloined Letters
Student plagiarism on the rise at Moravian, as on college campuses all over the US. First of two parts
Those Who Can, Teach
Profile of asst. professor of education Joseph M. Shosh
Farewell (and Hello)
Staff members Lujean Baab and Melanie Vollman leave; Melanie's replacement
The Dream Remembered
Moravian's Martin Luther King Jr. Day program
Prized People
Winners of the annual support staff awards
Gaudeamus
Faculty/staff achievement)
Datebook
Events calendar
Housekeeping
All-campus announcements
Now Hear This!
New rules/regs in effect on campus as of Jan. 1