Datebook

Today, April 29
The world’s major religions preach peace but have caused many of the world’s wars. The Multi-Faith Council offers a forum for discussion of this difficult issue at 6:00 p.m. in the Snyder Room of the HUB.

Wednesday, April 30
Relive the 2002-03 Greyhound athletic season with a slide show in the HUB Pavilion. 9:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 1
When Neil Reenock retires from Facilities Services, Mike Seidl will have no one to watch over him. If this prospect scares you, there’s a coffee for Neil at 9:30 a.m. in the Pavilion of the HUB. Maybe we can talk him out of it. Someone’s gotta keep an eye on Mike.

Raise a cup of coffee to Peter Ramus, the cantankerous 16th-century French educational reformer, and to Jim Skalnik, assistant dean for academic advising, who has written a monograph about him. 10:30 a.m., HUB lounge.

Counselor Adam Cox with Lehigh Psychological Services in Emmaus will speak on “Learning Disorders and College Students.” 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., UBC Room, HUB. Readings can be obtained by registering with Annette Chopin Lare, Ext. 1510.

Ching May Bo, assistant professor of history at Sun Yat-sen University in Canton, China, will share “Some Thoughts on Women’s History and Regional History in China.” 3:00 p.m., Prosser Auditorium. Information: Ext. 1418.

April 29, 2003

Success Stories:
Three members of the Moravian family score points for high and pop culture.

Nicholas Acampora, 8, defends public library funding in the Philadelphia Inquirer

 

Amanda Wynn '03 makes the cheerleading squad of the Philadelphia Eagles

 

Jessica Smith wins statewide "Campus Idol" competition

The Great Debate:
Bethlehem mayoral candidates to debate at Moravian.
Datebook:
Campus calendar.
Anniversary Waltz:
Faculty/staff service anniversaries
Student Affairs:
Achievements of Moravian students (honor societies, honors projects).
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student achievements.