Through October 21
Payne Gallery
President Selects from the Permanent Collection
A selection of treasures from the Payne's archives, chosen by President Thomforde on the occasion of the gallery's 25th anniversary.

October 14
9:00 a.m., South Campus
Jeremy Pierce Memorial Run
This 5k run/walk on the scenic trials of sand island is held in memory of Jeremy Pierce '08. Prizes are awarded to top finishers by age group. Sign up before race day, and save $2 off the $12 application fee. Proceeds will benefit suicide prevention efforts and the senior class gift fund.

October 16
Moral Leadership in Global Health
5:30 p.m. Prosser Auditorium, HUB
The first annual Sipple lecture, featuring ethics scholar Sara T. Fry, addresses our moral responsibility and ethical accountability for global health. A reception will follow in the UBC room.

October 17
Passion and Purpose
7:30 p.m., Dana Lecture Hall
Four distinguished Moravian grads share stories about how they found passion and purpose in their lives: Interpol deputy director Tim Williams '95, U.S. Department of State deputy undersecretary Andrew Semmell '64, veterinarian Georgine Danyi '87, and Deborah McKinnon '73, vice president, Mortgage Bankers Association of America.

October 18
Money & Life: The College Years
10 a.m.—4 p.m., HUB lobby (info table), 4:30 p.m., Prosser Auditorium (lecture)
The Moravian College Accounting Club and the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs present a program of financial literacy aimed at helping college students manager their personal finances and plan for the future. The first 100 students to attend the lecture receive a free copy of Life After School Explained, a definitive reference guide for making it in the real world. Stop by the HUB throughout the day for free money-saving information.

October 19
Homecoming Build
9 a.m.—7 p.m., near the 1742 oval
A new tradition begins, as the Moravian campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity frames a house on right on campus. The completed frame will then be disassembled and shipped to its final destination for finishing. It's a huge project, so sign up to help! Contact Phyllis Walsh at

Amati String Quartet
8:00 p.m., Foy Hall
Another prize-winning ensemble offering from Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem.

October 19-20-21
Homecoming weekend

October 20
7:30 p.m., Peter Hall
An Elegant Evening of Piano and Voice
A student recital featuring Sarah Goldman, piano, and Erin Macmillan, soprano.

October 21
Student Recital
4:00 p.m., Peter Hall
Kyle Hummel, saxophone, and Katie Pulizzano, mezzo-soprano, and guests bring a diversified selection of classical and jazz music.

October 23
Faculty Luncheon
11:49, Snyder room, HUB
The lectures series continues with "The Geometry of Euclidean Tilings," presented by assistant professor of mathematics Kevin Hartshorn.

Michael Gordon
8:00 p.m., Johnston Hall
The Cohen Arts and Lecture series presents Michael Gordon, New York Times chief military correspondent and the nation's preeminent reporter on national security.

October 25
The Lives of Others
7:00 p.m., Prosser auditorium
Set in East Berlin shortly before the fall of the Berlin wall, the film depicts the transformation of a secret police agent assigned to spy on an acclaimed playwright.

Ink Paintings and Drawings
Through December 2, Payne Gallery
Come see the latest body of work by Leonard Ragouzeos, whose work has been described as taking from the past to create something new.

October 26
Student Recital
7:30 p.m., Foy Hall
Featuring Henry Williams, saxophone, and the Moravian College Trombone Ensemble. Saxophonist Williams will join the talents of various guests in a program of jazz and classical music. Also, Moravian’s Trombone Ensemble will join with other performers and guest artists to present new arrangements of classic works.

October 27
Student Recital
7:30 p.m., Foy Hall
Sean Mason, trumpet, Andrei Maurer, guitar, and guests offer an evening of jazz standards.

October 28
Treble Voices in Concert
7:00 p.m., Peter Hall
An evening of vocal music especially written for the Moravian College Women’s Chorus; with Eduardo Azzati, director.

October 31
Banned Books Day
10:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m., Reeves Library
The Friends of Reeves Library sponsors this program to raise awareness of censorship issues. Faculty, administration, staff, and students are invited to come and read aloud from banned or challenged books of their choice. The day will close with a 4:30 gathering at the Afterwords Cafe (lower level Reeves Library). Refreshments provided. To volunteer, contact Emily Gibbons,, or Geoffrey Roche,

November 1-4
The Fantasticks
November 1-2, 8:00 p.m., November 3, 2:00 and 8:00 p.m., November 4, 2:00 p.m., Arena Theatre
The Moravian College Theatre Company offers a classic coming of age story, a celebration of true love, and a timeless favorite that's delighted audiences across the world.