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This fall, Geary and the student government are working to install door viewers — also known as peep holes and similar to ones that hotel rooms and apartments have. The long-term goal is for every dormitory to have one, but for now, about 70 door viewers have been placed in a freshman hall. The purpose is to allow students to see who is knocking on their door before opening it to someone who could be harmful.
Moravian College on Wednesday awarded Curtis “Hank” Barnette, chairman emeritus of Bethlehem Steel, the college’s presidential medal and Charlene Donchez Mowers, president of the Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites, an Honorary Degree of Humane Letters as part of the college’s Heritage Day celebration.
Opening ceremony will honor Hank Barnette, Chairman Emeritus of Bethlehem Steel and Charlene Donchez Mowers, President of Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites
Moravian College announced it has been ranked #136 in the U.S. News & World Report 2020 rankings of National Liberal Arts Colleges and #60 in Top Performers on Social Mobility.
Founded in 1995, the NAC&U includes institutions with similar missions and helps member schools create partnerships and collaborations which, according to the NAC&U website, “enrich faculty work and improve student outcomes.”
Moravian College announced that it will offer new Graduate-level nursing programs to address the growing market need for experienced and qualified nursing professionals.
Students who carry three or more course units during the fall or spring term and attain a GPA for the term of 3.50 or higher are placed on the Dean’s Honor List.
The ceremony on May 11 concluded the 277th academic year at Moravian. Moravian College President Bryon L. Grigsby ’90 conferred degrees to 538 bachelor degree candidates and 96 graduate degree candidates.
Matthew Eible is the first Community Scholarship recipient from LCCC, graduating with a 4.0 GPA and he plans to major in Biochemistry at Moravian in the fall.  Julio Hernandez graduated from NCC with a 3.97 GPA and plans to become a Speech Language Pathologist.
The scholarships announced Wednesday will give Matthew Eible from LCCC and Julio Hernandez from NCC full rides to Moravian for two years, minus room and board.