Moravian has been named to the Annapolis Group, an organization of leading national independent liberal arts colleges.

The coalition was formed 10 years ago by Franklin and Marshall, Gettysburg, and Dickinson Colleges, joined by 20 similar institutions. Their presidents began meeting in Annapolis,

Maryland, to discuss common concerns. It now includes 117 Carnegie Baccalaureate I institutions.

In addition to Moravian, new members this year are Hollins University, Virginia; Kalamazoo College, Michigan; and William Jewell College, Missouri.

President Rokke and Curt Keim, dean of the faculty, attended the group’s June 15-17 annual meeting in Annapolis. Topics discussed: affirmative action in admissions, accreditation, media trends, the Pathway Program, and financial issues such as cuts, capital campaigns, and endowments.

July 15, 2003

Save the Children:
Moravian contributions of clothes and toys sent to Iraqi children.

Moravian joins Annapolis Group of elite liberal arts colleges.
History with a Kick:
Moravian's contribution to the Miles of Mules project.
And the Band Played On:
Faculty blues band Lethal Combination.
Short shorts:
Musical Offering, Page-Turner, One More, Lame and Halt, and Deaths in the Family .
Nurses Without Borders:
School of Nursing starts the process of assisting a nursing program in Tanzania.
Faculty/staff/student achievements.
The Written Word:
Lebenfeld student writing awards.
Ties That Bind:
Bettie Smolansky represents Moravian at her alma mater, Lenoir-Rhyne College in North Carolina.