Media Matters

In the Morning Call recently:

• Jean-Pierre Lalande, professor of French and chair of foreign languages, wrote a November 9 commentary on what the French are calling “Intifada 2005,” the riots of Muslim youth over living and working conditions in the housing projects on the outskirts of Paris.

• Gary Olson, professor of political science, welcomed Thanksgiving on November 20 by describing the cost of European immigration to the Native American population.

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.