Hurricane Katrina is the topic of the first Leadership Center
forum of the year. The military, environmental, health, economic, and political
aspects of the disastrous storm and its aftermath will be discussed by a panel
led by Dr. Lynn Koplitz of the chemistry faculty of Loyola University of New
Orleans, with President Rokke; John Reynolds, professor of political science; Janet
Sipple, professor of nursing; and Sean Mulholland, assistant professor of economics
and business (environmental economics). 4:00 p.m., PPHAC 102. Ext. 7510.
Wednesday, October 5
Friends of Reeves Library open house. 6:30-7:30
p.m., lower level, Reeves Library. Ext. 1542.
Paleoanthropologist and conservationist
Richard Leakey is the Cohen Arts & Lectures
speaker. 8:00 p.m., Johnston Hall. $15; free to campus community. Ext. 7880.
Saturday, October 15
Open House for prospective students.
Cross-Cultural Exchanges, a popular
program last year, opens with a bus trip to Philadelphia for a walking tour
of the city’s “hidden history” of diversity
in population, industry, and victuals. The walking tour includes Colonial
landmarks, Chinatown, and Kensington, whose carpet and textile mills gave Philly
the name of “Workshop
of the World” in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Lunch
will be at the Reading Terminal Market downtown. Bus leaves the HUB
at 8:00 a.m. and returns by 6:00 p.m. To reserve a place: Ext. 7847
or firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, October 12.
Monday, October 17
A Moravian math professor recently
told us that by the third week of the semester, he had already caught several cases
of cheating: on homework, on quizzes, and on a group project.
David Callahan, author of The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans
Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead, will discuss “The Ethical Leader” with
students and members of Moravian’s Business and Industry Council, at
4:00 p.m. in the UBC Room of the HUB; and “Cheating in Colleges and Universities” at
7:00 p.m., Prosser Auditorium. Free. Ext. 1509.
“Seldom Seen: Works from (the Other)
Permanent Collection” includes pieces
owned by the College that are too fragile, too large, or too
distinctive to be seen at their best juxtaposed with traditional work. They include a Jackson Pollock
lithograph, large-scale contemporary paintings, Chinese scrolls, rare books and artifacts, and
other surprises. October 13-November 20. Reception, 7:30-9:00
p.m. Thursday, October 13. Payne Gallery.
“Images and Illusions: Edward Sherrif Curtis and the
North American.” Curtis
was a photographer whose intimate awareness of a fading people
was praised by Theodore Roosevelt. Photos owned by the College are displayed on the lower level of Reeves
Library. Through December 20.