Datebook

Friday, September 6
The first faculty/staff TGIF of the year, sponsored by the Department of Physics and Earth Science, will introduce Joe Trodahl ’63, visiting professor from Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. Wines from the cellar of Jim Green, professor emeritus of computer science. 3:00-5:00 p.m., Doghouse (basement of Zinzendorf Hall, if you don’t know).

The intricate and ancient rituals of classical Indian bharatanatyam and kathak dance, performed by Rangoli Dance Company of Los Angeles. Its founder, Malathi Iyengar (at the front of the line) studied in Bangalore, India. 8:00 p.m., Foy Hall. $10, $5 students/seniors. 610 861-1650.

Tuesday, September 10
The first meeting of the faculty reading group, whose subject this year is “Risk,” will be led by Sylvia Forman of the Math Department. The reading is from Peter L. Bernstein’s Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk. 4:00 p.m., Snyder Room in the HUB. Readings packets available from Mickey Ortiz, Ext. 1417.

Wednesday, September 11
All-day vigil at the Peace Pole. Readings, discussion, meditation to commemorate the events of September 11, 2001.

Thursday, September 12
“The Hidden Side of the Leaf,” selected works of the American Society of Botanical Artists, opens at Payne Gallery. Reception, 7:30 p.m. tonight. Through October 20.

Saturday, September 14
Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with music, dance, and food. Co-sponsored by Philadelphia’s Mexican Cultural Center. Performers include 40 dancers from the state of Pueblo. Noon-4:00 p.m., Foy Hall. Free. 610 861-1650.

 


September 3, 2002

While you were away
Roundup of the summer's news.

Star attraction
Online Moravian Star newsletter wins praise from Moravian alumni assotiation.

Employee Relations Committee
Members and contact information.

Datebook
Campus calendar of events.

Images of Women
Moravian will host videoconference for Pennsylvania women.

On the Menu
A monthly special from the Wood Co.
The long and short of it
Staff service anniversaries.
Silver anniversary
Jane Schaffer gets some special recognition for her 25th.
Gaudeamus
Faculty, staff, student accomplishments.