Plan ahead: Proposals for activities in 2002-03 that support the Colleges strategic goals and initiatives are due March 1. Guidelines are in the system or from Eileen Grasso, Ext. 1368. Information: Alicia Sevilla, Ext. 1573, or John McDermott, Ext. 1555.
Light reading: Eight documents that should be read before the faculty meeting Thursday, February 14, are attached to an e-mail that can be requested from Jane Schaffer, firstname.lastname@example.org. They also will be available in hard copy in Dana Lecture Hall before the meeting.
Docudrama: Need to get rid of those old test keys or faculty meeting minutes? Facilities Services will take care of sending paper to Bethlehem Recycling Center for shredding. Box them, seal (if confidential), and e-mail Krista Schantz, email@example.com, for pickup.
Dog bites man: The Comenian, Moravians student weekly, is now available online at home.moravian.edu/students/org/comenian.
Words worth: The Pavilion Mural Project, which will celebrate diversity using the thoughts of great men and women on the subject, needs your input. Send quotations by February 25 to project coordinator Erin Boyle 02, firstname.lastname@example.org. (An article on the project will appear in a future issue of InCommon.)
Kind hearts: A campus blood drive for the Miller Memorial Blood Center will be held February 18 in the HUB. Preregister to donate. Ext. 1602.
Good causes: For Dental Health Month, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and dental floss are being collected at the HUB for the Bethlehem schoolchildren served by the traveling Dental Van. Moravians junior-year nursing students help staff the van.
Zeta Tau Alpha is collecting everything from womens socks to diapers, pacifiers, and juice boxes to bus passes, postage stamps, and alarm clocks for clients of Turning Point, a shelter for battered women and their children. There are collection boxes in the HUB. For a list of needed items: Kelly Wheeler, Ext. 6173.
Womens work: For Womens History Month, the H. Paty Eiffe Gallery in the HUB will display art and crafts by women of the Moravian College/Seminary community. Entries (limit: three per person) should be submitted to the Art Department office on South Campus this week. Jan Ciganick is the coordinator. Information: Ext. 1680 or email@example.com.