Alumni Weekend

At the 2003 Alumni Weekend (May 30-31), there are many opportunities for food and fellowship, including a block party cookout on the plaza of the Hurd Academic Complex.

And of course there are tours: of both campuses, of the Main Street campus, of Historic Bethlehem, of all the high-tech bells and whistles of the Hurd Academic Complex. The last, “How the on-line world has changed the life of a Moravian student,” will be led by Ron Helmuth of CIT and features hands-on use of classroom multimedia systems and “some really neat toys.”

If you can’t make it to campus, though, consider a virtual tour: easy on the feet and just as colorful as the real thing. The tour is by delayed video, which will follow the actual events of Alumni Weekend by just a couple of hours, and is available on line at www.moravian.edu/alumni/aw.

Campus mainstay Bill Bauman ’74 will receive the Alumni Association’s Medallion of Merit for his services to the College’s theater, music, and nursing departments.

Information: Ext. 1366 or alumrel@moravian.edu. Reservations are due by May 23.

May 13, 2003

Hail to the Chief:
Mark Strohl '99, on board the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln, hears the President's speech on Iraq and gives us some comments.

Caps in the Air:
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing at Moravian College graduates its first class.
Speech! Speech!:
A roster of speakers and honorary degree recipients at Baccalaureate, College commencement, Seminary Commencement.
Capital Gains:
Students in the Washington program are interns with government agencies.
Gaudeamus:
Achievements of faculty, staff, students.
Alumni Weekend:
A preview of May 30-31.