Housekeeping

Seeing Japanese: The Bethlehem-Tondabayashi Sister City Commission plans to send five Bethlehem students to its sister city in Japan in the summer of 2003. At 7:00 p.m. Thursday, May 9, in the Tondabayashi Room of the Bethlehem Public Library, you can hear about the experiences of those who went in 2001. Commission members will explain the selection process. Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 20 by July 1, 2003. More about the exchange program: www.batalion.com/Tondabayashi or Jane Schaffer, secretary to the Office of Academic Affairs, Ext. 1348 or janes@moravian.edu.

How’re we doin’? CIT invites you to fill out a quick on-line survey on itself. It should take 10-15 minutes, “depending on the number of comments you add.” The survey will be available through Friday, May 10, at intranet.moravian.edu/facstaffsurvey.htm.

May 7, 2002

Invested in Their Work
Amrhein Investment Club places well in national competition for student-managed stock portfolios.
Bach for More
Moravian College participants in Bethlehem Bach Festival.
Inside View
New format for accepted students' orientation days.
Be a Sport!
Moravian summer sports camps for kids and teens.
Housekeeping
All-campus announcements.
Gaudeamus
Achievements of Moravian faculty/staff/students.