Screens: Reeves Library has installed 12 work-stations in the alcove by the reference desk, to be used by library instruction classes and student researchers. The equipment was moved from Monocacy computer lab to relieve crowding. The library thanks CIT for “a solution that benefits everyone.”

Exercise: Weight Watchers, taught by Stephanie Rivera, begins at noon Thursday, January 17, in the Doghouse. If 15 more people are interested, a class can be arranged for 4:30 p.m. Thursdays. Also, USA Team Tennis starts Saturday, January 19, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the ARC. Kids of high school age may join their parents. Information: Dawn Ketterman Benner, Ext. 1530, or

Notes: Repertory for the Moravian College Choir’s April 28 program is Beethoven’s Mass in C and “Choral Fantasy.” Auditions are 4:00-6:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 16. Choir meets at that time Mondays and Wednesdays. Information: Ext. 1681 or

On-line skills: Faculty who want their students to use computer and network resources this semester should alert them to the Netwok Access Center (open noon-8:00 p.m. this week) in the HUB. Students will learn how to log in to the network, access the X-drive and their e-mail, check grades and payables account information on Campus Web, and enoll in a Blackboard class. They’ll also get assistance with connecting PC’s to the network from the dorm. Information: Myron Kowalski, Ext. 1441.

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
Faculty/staff achievement)
Events calendar
All-campus announcements
Now Hear This!
New rules/regs in effect on campus as of Jan. 1