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March 12, 2018
Jessica D'Agostino, Class of 2018, and the recipient of the Cook Family Scholarship, realizes her passion for service through her Moravian College experience. The biology major is now on track to become a physician's assistant.

February 26, 2018
J. P. Orlando, EdD ’96, the associate chief academic officer at St. Luke’s University Health Network in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, shares his view of the state of health care in the United States and what the future holds. This article originally appeared in the spring 2018 edition of Moravian College Magazine.


February 23, 2018
Hailed as one of India's most important thinkers and winner of the 1913 Nobel Prize for Literature, Rabindranath Tagore is the subject of the inaugural lecture in the Rabindranath Tagore Distinguished Lecture Series, which will be held on March 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Foy Hall.


February 22, 2018
At the Central Moravian Church on Sunday, February 11, the Phi Eta Sigma honors society conducted its first induction ceremony at Moravian College since 2009. With 257 inductees and parents accompanying many of the young scholars, the seats of the local church were nearly full. The re-establishment of this chapter marks a new era for Phi Eta Sigma at Moravian College.


February 22, 2018
Moravian College alumni accomplish the amazing! Here's the latest.

February 22, 2018
It was an excursion any dancer would love. On December 2, 2017, the Moravian College Dance Company, a handful of alumni dancers, and current and past company directors to New York City for a day of dance beginning with a class at the renowned Ailey School of Dance.

February 7, 2018

By Santo D. Marabella, Professor of Management



There are significant, complex social, economic and individual issues occurring in the national arena that impact our work and our workplace. Mindful of their relevance and importance, our course theme for Doing Good at Work (MGMT/IDIS 310) for the Fall 2017 semester is: Doing GOOD with HATE.



December 14, 2017
Catch up on the latest contributions and achievements of Moravian College faculty on and off campus

December 14, 2017

By Nicole Radzievich



This article originally appeared in the November 24, 2017, edition of The Morning Call; photography, courtesy Addison George/Special to The Morning Call



Many communities can probably boast that Abraham Lincoln once slept there.



But how many can claim a connection to his death bed? Bethlehem can — or at least to the bed’s owner.



After the bullet hit Lincoln at the Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C, he was taken to the nearby home of William Petersen where the president spent his final hours on a spare bed.