Wednesday, September 14
Brazilian vocalist and guitarist Teresa Inęs and her fivemember band mix jazz with the Brazilian national song-style, chôros, and other Brazilian music. 7:30 p.m., Foy Hall. $12; $6 students/ seniors. Ext. 1650.

Doug Zucco, adjunct in art, curated the show by the Guild of Papermakers, September 9-October 9 in Payne Gallery. The exhibit includes books, prints, and two- and three-dimensional works by more than 45 artists. Reception, 7:30- 9:00 p.m. Thursday, September 15.

Jan Crooker, adjunct in art, has won the first slot in the newly inaugurated H. Paty Eiffe invitational series. Her oil and acrylic paintings, under the title “Life Lessons,” are in the H. Paty Eiffe Gallery of the HUB, September 12-October 16. Reception, September 28.

September 6, 2005

Early Warning:
President Rokke announces plans to retire.

Bubble, bubble:
Carl Salter make homemade ice cream with liquid nitrogen.

À la recherché:
Priscilla Payne Hurd endows a $1.5 million fund to support student/faculty research.

Book ’em:
By our faculty, a new psychology book and a new edition of a calculus text.

Gay ’90s:
Mary Morecz, retired staff secretary.
Bonae Voluntatis:
A chance to volunteer on Day of Caring.
All-campus announcements.

Campus calendar.

Praise the Lord!:
Gospel workshop.
Nightingale Songs:
News from the School of Nursing.
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Summer school:
Moravian students teach at Summerbridge program.