Wednesday, February 23
The Careers in Banking conference and reception offers students a chance to rub elbows with officers of Embassy Bank, First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union, Keystone Nazareth Bank & Trust, Lafayette Ambassador Bank, Sovereign Bank, and Wachovia Bank. 6:30-8:30 p.m., HUB. Free, but pre-register at

Friday, February 25
President Rokke will be eye-toeye with Abraham Lincoln when he narrates Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait” to cap the Wind Ensemble’s President’s Day concert.

The band will be conducted by Ronald Demkee, director of the Allentown Band, assistant conductor of the Allentown Symphony, and supervisor of instrumental music while Jim Barnes is on sabbatical. The program also includes Alexander Arutunian’s concerto for trumpet, played by Frank Kaderabek, and the “Armenian Dances” by Alfred Reed to make Arutunian feel at home. 8:00 p.m., Foy Hall. $6. Ext. 1650.

Two tall gentlemen: President Rokke, 6 feet 7,
and President Lincoln, 6 feet 4.

February 26-27
The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler’s popular theatrical collage about the joys and trials of womanhood, involves a cast of 40 and is directed by Amy Neff ’07, Cape an idiosyncratic calendar May Courthouse, N.J., and Stephanie Anderson ’07, Horsham. 2:00 p.m., Prosser Auditorium, HUB. $7, $5 students. Information:

Saturday, February 26
Let the good times roll at the Mardi Gras Dance, 8:00 p.m.- midnight, Hotel Bethlehem. $10. Ext. 1366.

Friday, March 4
The Leadership Center will host the next faculty/staff get-together at its digs in the HUB. 3:30-5:00 p.m.

March 5-14
Spring break!

“Celestial Images,” in Payne Gallery, offers 82 gorgeously decorated astronomical charts and sky maps from the Age of Discovery. Through April 10.

“Planisphaerium Braheum” from Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica by Andreas Cellareus, Amsterdam (1708)

February 22, 2005

Cover Girl:
Krista Steinke Finch’s work is featured on the cover of a medical journal.

Tree’s Company:
Classmates of J.P. Krupa want to plant a tree in his memory.

The Iceman Cometh:
A busy publications time for Peter von Allmen, including an article co-authored with a hockey player.

Preaching to the Choir:
Seminary’s Weber lectures this year are on more effective use of the bible.

Campus calendar.
Seminary Alumni Recognize Their Own:
Awards for two outstanding alumni.
Anniversary Waltz:
Service anniversaries for the winter quarter.
Faculty, staff, student accomplishment.
Point Man:
Brandon Zaleski breaks the men’s basketball career points record.