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moravian college summer 2020 magazine

Moravian College Magazine - Summer 2020

The Class of 2020

This edition of the magazine is dedicated to the Class of 2020. As most of you know, Moravian College had to suspend all college operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Because all of our students and faculty receive MacBooks and iPads, we were able to shift all education online and help students complete the academic requirements necessary for graduation. However, the Class of 2020 has missed out on many of the rites of passage that graduation provides and that all of us enjoyed.

We would like to introduce you to some of these graduates so that you see the hope in the future that we see every day in the interactions with our students.

Watch: President Grigsby delivers a heartfelt message to graduating seniors in this video produced by Eliza Grigsby '22



Presenting the Class of 2020

class of 2020

We congratulate our Moravian graduates on their accomplishment and thank them for their grace and resilience through the upheaval of their final semester. They make us proud.

Outstanding Student Awards

outstanding student awards

COVID-19 forced the cancellation of this year's Outstanding Student Awards ceremony but did not quash our celebration. We give you this year's 40 award winners.

Your Story: Home

your story

"How do you describe four years' worth of experiences in one word? Or a place full of compassion and community?" Senior Emily Bolger's pick for the one word to describe Moravian and why.

The Art Show

the art show

Every spring, Payne Gallery holds a special exhibit of the senior thesis work of our graduating art and design students. In that show's absence, we invite you to read about our senior artists, their work, and their creative goals and processes.

Moravian University in One Word

one word

Community ... Opportunity ... Individualized ...
We asked students to describe Moravian University in one word.

Moravian Moment: The Moravian Dozen

moravian moment

Recalling a piece of our history
By Nancy Rutman '84