Visitors from the South

Dr. Kerwin Foster and Tonka Hudson-Foster of Dillard University, New Orleans, will visit the College this week. Foster teaches physics; Hudson-Foster, legal studies and public administration. On leave from Dillard while it recovers from Hurricane Katrina, they’ll meet with colleagues and students and attend classes. They’ll be at faculty coffee in the AfterWords Café, Reeves Library, 10:00 a.m. Wednesday.

November 29, 2005 (pdf version)

Rearrangements:
Carol Traupman-Carr '86 arranges "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen" for Vespers.

Moravian Stars:
Three children selected to sing the solo in "Morning Star" for Vespers.

At First Site:
Manipulated digital photo of the Bethlehem Steel Works by Krista Steinke Finch.

Community Chest:
Grants announed for community outreach projects.

Last issue:
InCommon says goodbye until next semester.
Disaster Watch:
LVAIC panel discussion on natural and man-made disasters.
Visitors from the South:
Displaced professors from Dillard University visit campus.
Datebook:
Campus calendar, November 29-December 31, 2005.
Media Matters:
Two professors write op-eds in the Morning Call.
Gaudeamus:
faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Steely Jan:
Bethlehem Steel watercolor by Jan Ciganick is in several shows.