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March 30, 2018
On Friday and Saturday, Mar. 16-17, Moravian College hosted its 4th Writers’ Conference. The conference was entitled, “Writing about Health: Activism, Advocacy, and Storytelling” which connected to Moravian’s In Focus theme of Healthcare. This was my first Writer’s Conference and it definitely made me more aware of the various ways writing can be used to convey opinions and stories about complex topics, such as healthcare.

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February 27, 2018
Do you love creative writing? Do you love to read and write poetry and short stories in your free time? Then the Moravian Manuscript is definitely the club for you!

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December 7, 2017
Bethlehem, PA is called “The Christmas City” for a reason that is plain and simple: we LOVE our holidays! Walking up Main Street feels like walking through a Christmas wonderland with lights, wreaths, and Christmas trees scattered throughout. Bethlehem hosts a variety of Christmas events and festivals that are open to the public. Moravian College even offers some holiday events of their own to get students into the holiday spirit. To get the full Christmas City experience, I have a few events listed below to check out at Bethlehem during the Christmas Season.

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October 19, 2017
Homecoming is a great tradition that brings students together for endless fun and activities to celebrate our pride in Moravian College. Students and alumnus come together to create memories and have fun. Here is a list of the top five events that were the highlight of Homecoming week to keep in mind for next year!

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September 18, 2017
There is no doubt that Moravian College encourages freedom of expression among students. Moravian College emphasizes the importance of the arts and holds several events and showcases to show students several forms of artwork. During the past weeks, there were two artists showcasing their work on North and South Campus. On September 7th, the Payne Gallery on South Campus showcased Clarity Haynes and several of her works for her project “Bearing Witness.” On September 12th, the Haupert Union Building showcased artwork from the Art Department’s very own Ashley Kuhn. Both artists had excellent exhibitions and were a great way for students to come together and appreciate what the artists had to offer.

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