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Editor’s  Letter (4/2)

Dominic Trabosci, Reporter April 2, 2021

Hello, readers of The Comenian! This week, I’ve been given the great honor and privilege to write the letter to accompany our amazing refresh. As someone who produces a lot of content for our “Arts...

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The Comenian Responds to The Woke Coalition

Staff March 26, 2021

In a March 22 post to its Instagram page, The Woke Coalition accused The Comenian of "attempt[ing] to silence marginalized voices" because we "refused to publish [the] article" they submitted to us.  While...

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Editor’s Letter (3/19)

Nicholas Wan, Copy Editor March 18, 2021

Dear Readers,  Not the usual name you’d expect to see in the editor’s letter, huh? Well, I’ve been given the honor of writing the editor’s letter for the 3/19 Comenian refresh, thus giving...

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Editor’s Letter (3/5)

Samantha Riley, Editor-In-Chief March 5, 2021

As we near the halfway point of the Spring 2021 semester, I know a lot of us are getting tired of online classes and trying to find new ways to keep spirits up while still maintaining social distancing...

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Editor’s Letter: To Our Readers

Samantha Riley, Editor-In-Chief February 19, 2021

Dear Readers,  First, I would like to thank everyone for continuing to show their support for the phenomenal writers we have here at The Comenian.  The amount of encouragement that we received...

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Editor’s Letter: A New Editor Welcomes You Back to The Comenian!

Samantha Riley, Editor-In-Chief February 5, 2021

These past two-and-a-half semesters have been quite a challenge with the Covid-19 pandemic and our transition to (mostly) online learning, but I’m hopeful that our campus community will continue to support...

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Final Editor’s Letter: Farewell, and Stay Strong

Elizabeth Horn, Editor-In-Chief December 10, 2020

Dear Readers, As the weather begins to turn and we are all back home for the holidays to finish up this semester online, I wanted to give you all one final send-off as the editor-in-chief this semester. This...

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2020 Election: The Moravian Community Reacts

Kaitlyn Furst, Copy Editor November 20, 2020

On November 7, 2020, former Vice-President Joe Biden was announced as the 46th president-elect after a long and tumultuous election season, having won the electoral votes of Pennsylvania. As of November...

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2020 Election: Still Too Close to Call

Kaitlyn Furst, Copy Editor November 6, 2020

After a turbulent and divisive election season, on Tuesday, November 3, Americans across the nation cast their ballots for either Republican candidate President Donald J. Trump, Democratic candidate Former...

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The 2020 Election: What Issues Matter Most to Moravian College Students?

Samantha Riley and Dominic Trabosci October 22, 2020

We are just days away from the 2020 United States presidential election and Americans nationwide are preparing to vote to see who will take or remain in office for the next four years. With a great deal...

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Presidential Debate #1: Candidates Go Low

Julianna Fedorich, Reporter October 1, 2020

Last Tuesday night marked the beginning of the Presidential Debate series. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden went head to head in Cleveland, Ohio, which is a swing state, where...

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Residence Halls Move into Phase B

Elizabeth Horn, Editor-In-Chief September 24, 2020

Moravian students can now rejoice (at least a little bit) because residence hall expectations have moved from Phase A to Phase B, effective as of Wednesday afternoon.  In an email addressed to the...

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