The Written Word

Upper-division wnners of the Lebensfeld Prizes for spring term are:

  • Short story: Amy Unger ’03, Nazareth, “Sweet Adeline.” Honorable mention: Bill Trüb ’03, Brick, N.J., “Bunnytalk.”
  • Personal essay: Sara Suleman ’05, Pakistan, “Paradox.”
  • Poem: Bill Trüb, “Underpoem.” Honorable mention: Billy Weber ’05, Walnutport, “Visceral”; and Amy Unger, “Before the Frenzy of Morning.”
  • Scholarly essay: Nicole Luisi ’03, Hellertown, “Hate 3.16: The Ambiguous Nature of Religion and Its Influence Over Hate.” Honorable mention: Sarah Wagenseller ’05, Levittown, “Verbal Invasion: The Influence of Norman French on Medieval English Society.”
  • Writing 100 essay: Tom Knaust ’06, Branchville, N.J., “Frozen with Fear.” Honorable mention: Erica Angell ’06, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., “261,” and Hannah Azzalina ’06, Easton, “The Shakespearean Authorship Debate.”

First-place winners in the upper division receive $100. The first-place winner for the Writing 100 essay receives $75. Upper-division works will be posted on the English Department/Writing Center website this summer and the Writing 100 essays published in The Best Writing 100 Essays 2002-2003.

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.