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April 6, 2017
A Broadway show, Oscar-nominated films, a trip to the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, D.C., an examination of health in the African American community, and a look at the work of generations of Black artists—Black History Month at Moravian College offered a wealth of opportunity for celebration, study, and reflection. All of these events blossomed under the theme “Black History 365,” which urges us to study this history and honor African American contributions to our culture not just over the 28 days of February but year-round.

April 6, 2017
Five Moravian College students attend the lecture "Saudi Arabia in Transition," part of the Great Decisions Lectures, a national series that promotes citizen awareness and discussion of important and timely foreign policy issues.

April 6, 2017
Since Torok began teaching Artists as Activists in 2011, she has asked her class members to develop posters on activist-related themes. For the past several years, the posters have been displayed in an exhibition in the H. Paty Eiffe Gallery of the HUB. Torok has previously participated in Amnesty International conferences where student posters were displayed, but none of the poster displays generated as much “buzz” as the artwork from the 2017 exhibit on sustainability.

March 5, 2017
In honor of our 275th anniversary, we asked alumni, students, faculty, and staff to tell us what they love about Moravian College. Here’s what they said.



February 14, 2017
Reporting on the latest books, media appearances, and presentations from our Moravian College faculty.

February 14, 2017
What's up in the Moravian Community? An alum is named teacher of the year, Dean's Honor List students are announced, how to find 15 minutes to de-stress, and our celebration of Black History Month.

February 10, 2017
Aly (Rice) Haskins ’10 had set up a craft table for an after-school hangout at Lehigh Valley Academy in Bethlehem where she teaches 4th grade. She organized three sessions of crafts for three different groups of students, and the kids loved it. Their enthusiasm inspired an idea, and late last year, Haskins and her mom, Karyn Hokenson, a 1981 graduate of Moravian College and an instructional support teacher for grades 4-6 at Lehigh Valley Academy, partnered in the launch of ArtNCraft Parties by Aly.

February 10, 2017
Geoffrey Deen, never imagined he’d be working on his family’s fifth-generation farm in Mt. Bethel, Pennsylvania (“When I was a kid, I told my parents, ‘There’s no way I am going to be a farmer.’”). He never imagined he’d be invited onto the Rachael Ray Show to pitch a startup business or that he’d win $10,000 in prize money in the OnDeck Seal of Approval Contest, featured on that episode. And no where in his realm of possibility did Deen see that he’d get a personal meeting with the hugely successful businesswoman and venture capitalist, Barbara Corcoran, made famous by ABC’s Shark Tank. But all of that happened. And just a few weeks ago, Deen gave notice at Verizon, where he managed the wireless retail supply chain out of corporate, to pour himself wholly into his young business—Hardball Cider, which he launched in the summer of 2013.

February 8, 2017
Pat Malloy, class of 1980, lost his courageous battle with ALS on January 10, 2017. On January 14, hundreds (including President Grigsby and many Moravian grads) attended Pat’s funeral mass in Levittown, Pennsylvania. Afterward, alumni gathered for lunch at the Temperance House in Newtown, Pennsylvania. They signed a Moravian #76 football jersey for his family and shared stories about Pat. Here are several of their remembrances.

February 8, 2017
The Moravian College chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon and LVAIC invite undergraduate students to take part in a most-excellent adventure.