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e-Newsletter of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary | February 23, 2012 TwitterFacebookRSS Feed
 
 

Rev. Jesse Jackson shares his message with the Moravian community

After more than 50 years as an activist for social justice, the Rev. Jesse Jackson admits he has seen the race gap begin to close, although gaps remain—gaps in healthcare, wealth, gender equality, employment opportunities, education and more. Read more ...

   
 

Taking a close look at proposed state budget cuts

Moravian College will host the Children’s Coalition of the Lehigh Valley’s Family Policy Summit on Thursday, March 1 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium.
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Putting theory into practice—a hands-on learning experience

Moravian students taking The arts: Creative expression, led by Kristin Baxter, assistant professor of art, collaborated with 3rd-grade students at Saucon Valley Elementary School in Hellertown. Read more ...

   
 

Jazz bands showcased at SteelStacks

A new and unique opportunity for regional high school jazz musicians has come to Bethlehem, and Neil Wetzel, associate professor of music at Moravian, is playing a major role in the first SteelStacks High School Jazz Band Showcase, presented by ArtsQuest and the Moravian College Music Department. Read more ...

   
 

Blogging about all things Moravian

Last fall, Moravian College offered a special topics course in online journalism.  The course was designed to show students how the internet has changed the way people read, write and interpret the news today.  Read more ...

   
 

Listening to his life inspires his writing

According to author Scott Morro ’95, the best way to get the best material is to “be quiet and listen.”  Morro recently visited Moravian to discuss his books and writing techniques, and informed his audience that the best stories come from one’s life experiences.
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News and Notes

Ed Bolcar Jr., a carpenter in the facilities department, first picked up a paintbrush on December 29, 2010. By the end of that day, he had finished his first painting.
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Living the Moravian Promise

Just five years after graduation, Amanda Logan ’06 already has had a hand in key legislation that will benefit all Americans. Read more ...

   
 

Alumni Connection

With matching gifts, you can sometimes double or even triple your gift to Moravian! Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. 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.