Moravian’s Society of Physics Students sponsors the annual
fall demonstration night for Lehigh Valley physics teachers.
In addition to teachers offering their favorite demos, information
will be provided about the ocean optics spectrometer equipment
loan program. There will be a swap table, a lot of shop talk,
and refreshments. Kelly Krieble ’86, assistant professor of
physics, will emcee. 7:00 p.m., Collier 105. Ext. 1437.
George Diamond, chair of the English Department, will seize
the day to talk about Saul Bellow at 7:30 p.m., Congregation
Brith Sholom, 1190 W. Macada Road (at Jacksonville Road),
Bethlehem. “Refreshments served, of course.” Ext. 1555.
Would Terrell Owens be on the Eagles’ persona non grata list
if management had known about T.J. Sullivan’s guidelines?
“Confronting the Idiot in Your Chapter,” which Sullivan will
deliver as this year’s Greek Gold Star Lecture, is not just
about Greek organizations but about all such group endeavors—and
the troublesome man or woman they often attract. 8:00 p.m.,
Prosser Auditorium. Ext. 1503.
Wednesday, November 16
The first Rose and Rudy Ackerman Lecture will be given by
Jeff Gernsheimer ’68, founder and creative director of Partners
Design. 7:00 p.m., Peter Hall. Ext. 1680.
Saturday, November 19
Jazz Combo I, directed by Tony Gairo, and Jazz Fusion Ensemble,
directed by Alan Gaumer. 8:00 p.m., Foy Hall. $6. Ext. 1650.
Sunday, November 20
The Art Department is off to Maryland with a bus trip to
the Baltimore Art Museum (“Monet in London” is the featured
show) and a second stop at the Museum of Visionary Art or
the Walters Art Gallery. $35 students, $45 alumni, faculty,
and guests. Ext. 1680.
The Leadership Center presents Eric Glustrom, a junior at
Amherst College, discussing an organization he started called
Educate! It provides African refugees and nationals with an
education, in order for their young people to become leaders
in the fight against disease, violence, and poverty in their
own countries. Lunch with discussion. Noon, UBC Room, HUB.
“Holiday Jazz” by Moravian College Big Band, directed by
Neil Wetzel, and Jazz Vocal Ensemble, directed by Lou Lanza.
4:00 p.m., Foy Hall. $6. Ext. 1650.
Thanksgiving recess. Classes held Tuesday but not Wednesday.
Chief Joseph by Edward Sherrif Curtis.
“Edward Sherrif Curtis and the North American Indian”: photos
of the twilight of the original tribal inhabitants. Theodore
Roosevelt praised Curtis’s intimate interaction with the Indians;
another observer says his photos “exonerate genocide.” Through
December 20. Lower level, Reeves Library.