A Tip of the Hat

As of its next edition, which will be published in August, this popular and respected guide to higher education will recommend 345 institutions—including Moravian College, which has been selected for inclusion.

The title will change to reflect the new content, said Robert J. Franek, director of guidebook publications at Princeton Review.

From the letter sent to President Rokke on February 26:

It is with great pleasure that I write this letter. We have selected Moravian College to be one of our newest additions to our Best Colleges series. Only 14 schools were chosen from our applicant pool, and these were hard decisions indeed. . . . Moravian College clearly fit the criteria, and we are pleased to include you in the new edition of our book.

On behalf of the entire selection committee, I must say that it was a great pleasure reviewing your school’s credentials; you have much to brag about! Congratulations.

Cordially,

Robert J. Frank

March 12, 2002

Viva voce!
Metropolitan Opera mezzo Denyce Graves to sing recital at the College. With sidebar about Pennsylvania African-American composer Harry Thacker Burleigh, whose work she will perform.
A Tip of the Hat
Moravian is accepted for 2003 edition of Princeton Review's "The Best 331 Colleges."
In the News
A new feature to keep faculty/staff informed about articles and issues of interest to higher education.
Showing Off
Exhibit about Moravian College for Women.
Women of the World
NBC foreign affairs commentator Andrea Mitchell, African-American poet Sonia Sanchez to appear at Moravian.
This Just In
New faculty appointments.
Nominations ...
Notices of fellowships and awards.
...and Recognition
Staff service anniversaries.
Datebook
Events on and around campus.
Gaudeamus
Faculty/staff achievements.