• The Arts and Lecture Committee needs suggestions for the 2002-03 series, which so far has booked Ananse, a Ghanaian drum and dance company (October) and a slide/lecture by artist Kerstin Engman (March or April). Deadline for fall term proposals is Monday, April 1. The form is on the P drive under Arts & Lectures.

•Faculty, administrators, and staff who might want to use Princeton University’s library for research: Reeves Library offers an access card. (Strictly for entry, no borrowing privileges.) For the library’s catalogue and hours: To use the card: Ext. 7876.

• Admissions will offer five Blue and Grey Days for incoming students: Friday, April 5; Monday, April 8; Tuesday, April 9; Friday, April 12; Monday, April 15. (They replace the Accepted Students Day that was formerly held on a Saturday in April.) The new format allows next year’s undergraduates to live the life of a Moravian student for a day: go to class, eat in the dining hall, visit the bookstore, talk with admissions and financial aid staff. For the schedule: Lynn Ramsey, Ext. 1320.

March 26, 2002

Never Forget
College holds 10-day Holocaust observance, with speakers, film, museum trip.
Gotta Dance
Moravian College Dancers in their 27th year. Performing coming up April 5-6.
Directionally Challenged
NBC newswoman Andrea Mitchell, Cohen Arts & Lectures speaker on March 18, almost didn't get here. With sidebar on Lewis Greenstein, Mitchell's brother-in-law, who taught at Moravian in the '70s.
Wake-Up Call
TIAA/CREF retirement planning seminars.
In Memoriam
Achievements of faculty/staff.
Campus life announcements.
Campus calendar.