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My Moravian
June 17, 2016
For nearly three weeks this past May, I was fortunate enough to call Europe home. I saw some of the world’s most beautiful and historic sites with a group of fellow Moravian College students through Dr. Lalande’s May Term trip to Venice, Salzburg, Munich, Paris and Berlin. The steps of the Santa Maria della Salute in Venice, the Salzburger Dom’s courtyard, and the streets of Paris and Berlin became our classrooms as we learned about the distinct architecture and rich history of the buildings around us.

Keri Lindenmuth / View all by this contributor
May 31, 2016
The city of Bethlehem has no shortage of exciting events and fun festivals, and most of them happen only blocks away from our campus! Winter, spring, summer, or fall, Moravian College students have plenty of opportunities to listen to great music, pig out on amazing foods, and mingle with classmates, friends, and neighbors.

Keri Lindenmuth / View all by this contributor
April 26, 2016
One of the greatest things about going to college in the Lehigh Valley is that we are literally in the middle of everything, and now that spring is here, there is no better time to travel. So get your homework done, grab your squad, and head off on a memorable road trip! Here are the seven best places to go during a free weekend at Moravian College.

Keri Lindenmuth / View all by this contributor
March 31, 2016
Over fifty years ago, 6,000 people crammed into Johnston Hall to catch a glimpse of the man who would become one of America’s most famous figures. Another 3,000 people waited outside, listening to the speech via loudspeakers set up on the lawn of Johnston Hall. Two weeks before he would be elected the nation’s 35th president, John F. Kennedy spoke to a gymnasium full of Moravian College students and faculty.

Keri Lindenmuth / View all by this contributor
March 3, 2016
You may visit Zinzendorf Hall for the Writing Center on the second floor, sit in a literature class in one of the building’s two classrooms, or simply pass by its bright blue doors on your way to finish some homework in Reeves, but how much do you really know about Count von Zinzendorf, the impressive Moravian figure behind the building’s unique name? Here's 8 must-knows.

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