ILL? AT EASE: Flu vaccine is available at the Health Center for $10. Those in high-risk groups—older than 50; with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, kidney disease, or weakened immune systems; or women who will be in the first trimester of pregnancy during the flu season—are encouraged to be vaccinated early. After October 21, the vaccine will be available to all. Ext. 1567.

PUT THE CANDLE BACK: Volunteers are needed to pass out candles at the Christmas Vespers services. Ext. 1583.

HEAVY MEDAL: Nominations for the Medallion of Merit, given for “outstanding service to Moravian College or the Alumni Association,” are due by Thursday, October 31. Ext. 1366.

FRENCH TWIST: Polish your French
tout les mardis
at the Table Française,
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the HUB’s Reinhard Room. Information: Joanne Dangelmajer,
Ext. 1395.

DEUTSCH TREAT: The Kaffeeklatsch for German speakers also meets Tuesdays at noon. Information: Josef Glowa, Ext. 1395.

October 15, 2002

At Last
New academic building finished. Dedication ceremony.
Two piano works by Jeremy Sawruk '03 to be performed in England.
The College of Bob
Bob Stinson has his moment of fame on Moravian's new website.
Chair Up
Chairs figure in several campus activities.
A Musical Offering
Fifth biennial Moravian Music Conference to be held this week.
All-campus announcements.
Campus calendar.
Faculty, staff and student achievements.