Gaudeamus

Omicron Delta Kappa, the campus leadership/academic honor society, recognized these individuals and groups at its April 26 banquet:

• Senior leader: Monica Bartholomew ’02, Quakertown.

• Junior leader: Regina Lacombe ’03, Andover, Conn.

• Sophomore leader: Rachel Crocker ’04, Bethlehem.

• Freshman leader: Nathan Diehl ’05, Coopersburg.

• Administrator: Mike Seidl, executive assistant to the President.

• Organization advisor: Chris Jones, assistant professor of biology, advisor to Delta Tau Delta and Tri-Beta.

• Faculty member: Robert Stinson, professor of history.

• Facilities Services/support staff: custodian Don Sotak.

• Student employee: Michelle Forster ’02, Northampton, admissions office.

• Volunteer: Scott Heydt ’02, Boyertown.

• Organization: United Student Government.

• Social Program: Mardi Gras Dance, sponsored by the Alumni Association and Student Alumni Association.

• Service Program: “Eternal Rest,” benefit concert by the Moravian College Choir for the September 11 Fund.

• Educational Program: “Thinking the Holocaust,” organized by Sayward Green ’03, Woodsboro, Md.

• Breakthrough Program: Career Networking Reception.

• Unsung Hero: Julie Jones ’02, Perkasie.

• Most Improved Organization: Student Athlete Mentors.

• Quiet Commitment Award: Student Nursing Association.

The Moravian College Wind Ensemble honored three members at its May 3 concert:

• Anthony Costantino ’04, Bethlehem, trombone, won the David Moritz Michael Award, named for one of Bethlehem’s earliest composers, a violinist and wind player (1751-1827) .

• Merci Hamilton ’02, Bethlehem, percussion, received the Band Director’s Award, which goes to a graduating senior.

• Erin Kutyla ’02, Blakely, clarinet, won the First Chair Award.

A Death in the Family

George A. Hurd Sr., husband of Priscilla Payne Hurd, chair of the Moravian College Board of Trustees, died May 7 after an extended illness. He was 85. Hurd was a retired executive of Bethlehem Steel and a board member of the Payne Foundation, which has given generous support to the College for many years.

May 14, 2002

Address Book
Faculty, student and guest speakers for Baccalaureate, Commencement and Seminary Commencement. Honorary degree recipients for College and Seminary.
A Sign of Times
College introduces a new graphic identity program, with logo, typeface, tagline, usage guidelines.
Portrait in Music
Artist-lecturer Debra Torok issues third CD in her set of the complete piano works of American composer Norman Dello Joio.
Over the Hill
2 staff members celebrate 50th birthdays.
Housekeeping
All-campus announcements.
Datebook
Calendar of campus events.
Gaudeamus
Faculty, staff and student honors.
Risky Business
Topic for 2002-03 faculty reading group is "The Perception of Risk."