Media Matters

President Rokke was by far the tallest of three college presidents to appear on the February 25 edition of “Speaking of College” on WLVT-TV (Channel 39). The others were Dorothy Gulbenkian Blaney of Cedar Crest College and Father Bernard O’Connor of DeSales University. They spoke about current trends in higher education. Dr. Rokke also was interviewed at length on WDIY-FM’s morning show February 26 about the U.S. Institute of Peace, of which he is a newly appointed member of the advisory council.

Gary Olson, professor of political science, wrote a strong antiwar statement for the March 27 op-ed page of the Morning Call.

He was then interviewed by the BBC World Service (which has a global audience of an estimated 150 million listeners) on April 11 about American policy in Iraq. The interview covered mainstream media coverage and the role of Persian Gulf oil. The linkup was arranged by WDIY-FM.

Gary has traveled widely in the Middle East and written or edited three books on international relations.

April 15, 2003

Shelf Life - Skalnik:
Two Moravians publish their first books. James Skalnik, assistant dean for academic advising, a scholarly monograph on a 16th-century French educational reformer.
Shelf Life - Wacker:
Two Moravians publish their first books. George Wacker '03, a novella about a young man's search for identity.
Star Search:
Winners of 'Campus Idol' entertainment talent show
Datebook:
Campus calendar.
Media Matters:
Press and broadcast coverage of the college
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student achievements.