InCommon
 
e-Newsletter of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary | September 29, 2011 TwitterFacebookRSS Feed
 
 
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Signs of the seasons

Now seems like the perfect time to begin observing the changes happening in nature as we have just moved officially from summer to fall. Blooming or fading flowers, the appearance of migratory birds, hatching insects, and hibernation of animals Read more ...

   
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Seeing the world through new eyes

“Boy that sun is bright. And if I think it’s bright, it must be really bright!” With that touch of humor, the woman Kayleigh Birdsong was guiding broke the ice and let Birdsong know that the topic of blindness was not taboo. Read more ...

     
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The promise of Moravian is captured in website redesign

The college website is the first place most prospective students and their parents turn to when investigating schools. Read more ...

   
 

Learning about leadership and service opportunities

Students and faculty shared stories of travel, community service and charity work during the annual open house at the Center for Leadership and Service last week. Read more ...

   
 

News and Notes

Associate professor of doctrinal theology, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, has just published a book, The Holy Spirit, Chi and the Other with Palgrave Macmillan. Read more ...

     
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Living the Moravian Promise

When he started at Moravian, Brian Corvino ’02 decided to take advantage of every opportunity the College had to offer. Read more ...

     
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Alumni Connection

The Moravian College Alumni Association has donated $50,000 to establish the Moravian College Alumni Legacy Scholarship Fund. Read more ...

   
 

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InCommon is Moravian's internal newsletter, produced every two weeks during the academic year by the public relations office. Send your news, comments, suggestions, story ideas, and all things InCommon-related to: news@moravian.edu.