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November 13, 2017
On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Moravian College English Alumni returned for the Coffee and Connections networking event to provide words of advice for current English majors and minors. The event took place in the Afterwords Cafe in Reeves Library where the three panelists, Keri Lindenmuth ’16, Courtney Wright-Werner ’06, and Matt Caltabiano ’95 answered questions mediated by Nicole Tabor, associate professor of English.

November 13, 2017
About 1,300 attendees, half over the age of 55, piled into Johnston Hall at 7 p.m. to listen to one of the two journalists who broke the Watergate scandal. Bernstein, the 2017 Cohen Arts & Lecture Speaker, came to Moravian to speak about past and present journalism, the politics of today’s world, and people’s obligation to their government.

November 13, 2017
Catch up on the fun, fellowship, and achievements of Greyhounds around the globe.

November 13, 2017
Take a look at what Moravian College faculty have been up to. Here, the latest publications, presentations, and more.

October 26, 2017
Curious to explore and share the culinary offerings of our ancestors, the Moravian College History Department hosted a Premodern Cook-off on September 26th. The event was organized by four 100-level history classes:
Colonial Latin America, taught by Assistant Professor Sandra Aquilar
Native North America, taught by Associate Professor Jamie Paxton
and two sections England to 1603, taught by Professor Sandy Bardsley

October 25, 2017
Dr. Frank Kuserk embodied the ideal of a Moravian College professor. He loved his research and his academic discipline, but he always put his students first. He was the kind of man who would selflessly spend so much of his time looking for opportunities for his students. I know because I was one of them. I can proudly say that I credit most of my accomplishments to Dr. Kuserk’s mentoring and guidance.

October 19, 2017
Learn all about the latest contributions from Moravian College faculty.

October 19, 2017
Lily Peter didn’t graduate from Moravian College, but family, a passion for the arts, and love of education wove a strong bond to Bethlehem and the college. Her relatives included the first organist of Central Moravian Church and a former Moravian College President. Peter was born on her parents’ farm in 1891 in Marvell, Arkansas, the oldest of 10 children. Five of her siblings died, and she lost her father when she was 16, so after high school she became a teacher to help support her family and send four of her siblings to college. Later, those siblings would return the favor, paying for Lily’s college education at Columbia University, where she majored in English, and then Vanderbilt, where she earned a master’s degree. She also studied violin at Juilliard.

In 1978, Peter funded the renovation of the New Chapel into a recital hall, which was then named Peter Hall in her honor. Peter died on July 26 in her hometown of Marvell. She was 100 years old. Peter led a remarkable life as an educator, poet, musician, farmer, and benefactor. She was a truly revolutionary woman. Here, a story about Peter that originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times on October 6, 1985.

October 19, 2017
This fall, the Moravian College Theatre Company offers theater-goers two riveting, thought-provoking, and—each in its own way—scary plays. Christopher Shorr, Director of Theatre for Moravian, shares his insights into these stage productions.