Dave Roth ’85, artist-lecturer in music
(jazz piano), performed in Colorado last month and was
previewed in the
February 13 Greeley Tribune. The article mentions his Moravian
degree, his Moravian job, and his work in the July Jazz Getaway
and Moravian Summer Youth Jazz Camp.
Gary Olson, professor
of political science, who has been recuperating from
an unexpected heart attack, wrote movingly
about this experience in “How I learned to listen
to my heart’s warning signs,” an op-ed piece
in the February 18 Morning Call. His photo was taken by
partner, Kathleen Kelly.
In the local section the same
day was an article about the talk by Mary Frances Berry,
chair of the U.S. Civil
Commission. Its headline was “Civil rights leader:
States should decide gay issues,” which occupied
maybe a sentence of what she really talked about. A letter
a couple of days later took the reporter and headline
writer to task.
Frank Crouch, professor of New Testament
and dean of
Moravian Theological Seminary, was one of two local
to be interviewed about Mel Gibson’s controversial
film, The Passion of the Christ, in the February 26
Morning Call. Clarke Chapman, professor of religion,
religious expert quoted by the Express-Times in a February
about the many depictions of Jesus in film. Clarke
teaches a course on religion and cinema.
Jessica Cain ’04, Bethlehem, majoring
in management, was profiled in the Careers and Education
supplement of the
February 15 Morning Call.
The Sunday arts section of the Morning
Call on February 22 had a full-page article on the work
of Edgar Jerins, exhibited
in Payne Gallery last month.