The Wheels on the Bus

. . . are headed for New York twice this month

• On Saturday, February 12, the Moravian Choir will make its New York concert debut at Merkin Hall in the Kaufman Center, 129 W. 67th St. The program will feature sacred works from South Africa, Brazil, and Hungary; hymns by 18th-century Moravian composers; and Part I of Franz Josef Haydn’s masterwork, The Creation, with student soloists as the archangels. (The choir will perform the complete oratorio April 16-17 in Foy Hall.)

A bus to the event leaves the HUB at 11:00 a.m., offering the afternoon in New York to shop, sightsee, and eat until curtain time at 8:00 p.m. The trip costs $25. Checks should be made out to Moravian College, with “choir trip” in the memo field, and sent to the Music Department. Concert tickets ($25) are not included. They must be purchased from Ext. 1650.

• A bus trip to see The Gates, Christo’s fabulous fabric journey through Central Park, leaves the HUB at 9:00 a.m. and returns at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, February 19. You’ll have the day for sightseeing, shopping, museums, whatever. Also $25. (Seats are going fast!) Information: Jan Ciganick, Ext. 1680.

February 8, 2005

Faces in the Crowd:
New connects students to one another. Moravian is to become a member in a month.

Premium Pride:
Keith Dague of the business office receives Impact Award for wrestling with a complicated insurance case.

Mark Your Calendar:
Hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons to visit campus April 14.

In Reel Time:
Movies on campus.

Mardi Gras Dance:
Cash bar at this year’s dance means underage students will not be able to attend.
Campus calendar.
The Wheels on the Bus:
Two bus trips to NY for cultural activities.
Faculty, staff, student accomplishment.