The nice staff at Reeves Library and the Committee for Library
Awareness welcome the campus to take a break as finals approach. The Blue Book
Blues Bash features blue food, poker with blue chips, Neil Wetzel playin’ the blues,
and free massages by a blue masseur. 7:00- 11:00 p.m. in the coffee bar area.
your chance to talk to a real person instead of the Help Desk. CIT will host the
inaugural “Ask CIT” session, all computer-related questions welcome, 11:30 a.m.-1:00
p.m., Snyder Room, HUB.
Tree dedication in memory of Dave Evans ’04. 4:00 p.m., South
Campus behind the Art building.
Thursday, April 28
Students Virginia Wilkins ’07,
Severna Park, Md., Erika Larsen ’07, Allentown, Rich Wilkins ’06, Easton, and Pete
Asimakopoulos ’05, Reading, who attended the Model NATO conference at Howard University
in Washington, D.C., in February, and their advisor, Lisa Fischler, assistant professor
of political science, will discuss their experience at a brown-bag lunch at noon
in the Leadership Center of the HUB. Moravian’s team represented the Czech Republic.
Friday, April 29
Japanese Festival, co-sponsored by students of Ellen
Aesthetics” class and the Office of International Studies. Hands-on origami, manga
cartoons, chopsticks, and games of jan ken po (rock, paper, scissors). 11:00 a.m.-
1:00 p.m., UBC Room, HUB. Hanami (viewing of the cherry blossoms) 4:00-6:00 p.m.
behind the Seminary. Ext. 7777.
The final Friday get-together for faculty and staff
is sponsored by the Art and Economics and Business departments. 3:00-5:00
p.m. outdoors (location TBA), depending, of course, on the weather.
and International Clubs are serving foods from around the world, 8:00-10:00 p.m.
in the Doghouse.
And the annual Composers’ Illustration: “Sakura” (Cherry Blossom
Time) by Gerry M. Kaye Concert features new works by students, faculty, and alumni.
Composers include Nathaniel Kirby ’06, Jennifer Grier ’07, Allen Putney ’08, Emily
’04, Erin Maher ’08; a high school student who takes
courses at the College,
and Pete Deshler,
a music teacher at
Larry Lipkis offers
“Songs from a
p.m., Peter Hall.
$6. Ext. 1650.
Tuesday, May 11
Duhl, the art conservator who brought two 19th-century astronomical
maps back to life after they had been locked up for years in a South Campus attic,
will speak on “Caring for Your Paper Treasures,” whether works of art, books, or collectibles.
4:00-6:00 p.m., lower level, Reeves Library. Ext. 1540 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Free,
but preregister if you would like to bring an artwork or paper artifact for Duhl
• Michelle Lala ’05 will show her photographs at Fox Optical,
28 E. Third St., Southside Bethlehem, May 4-June 25. Tim Fox is
a major supporter of local artists like Michelle, who calls her elegant black and
white prints “Greymatters.” Preview
reception, 6:00-9:00 p.m. May 4. Open First Fridays, May 6 and
June 3. 610 332-2400.
their final collaboration as archivist-historians, Joseph Moyer ’05
and Robert Valente ’07
of the History Club have ransacked the archives for pictures and
newspaper accounts of the College during the Civil War, World Wars
I and II, and Vietnam. Check out the basement display cases in
• Two shows are in the HUB: onsite
art created by five Moravian art students and two faculty members
at the Bethlehem Steelworks on October 2, 2004; and posters for
Amnesty International created by the students in Scott Bolestridge’s
Art 231: Publication Design class.
• At Payne Gallery,
the senior show offers works of 40 artists from the Class of 2005
and a few midyear graduates. They’re in every kind of medium from
charcoal on paper to video on demand to delicate cut-paper silhouettes
encased in lucite. Through May 15.
fellowships and a McGraw scholarship winner.
at Godfrey Daniels and Lehigh Valley PBS.
in a Name?:
to get a new name Thursday.
and students lead “Brain Awareness Day” at Discovery Center.
faculty publications in the library.
Red Hat Society
sends gifts to troops in Iraq.