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Students Share Spooky On-Campus Supernatural Experiences

Students Share Spooky On-Campus Supernatural Experiences

Staff

October 30, 2018

The Ghost Whisperer Last fall, I was in the old music building on south campus, Brethren’s, late at night with most of the lights off and no one else in the building. I was packing up some recording equipment with my friend Josh. I walked out of the room  and heard someone whisper, “Hey!” I lo...

Dorm Remedies: 5 Easy Ways to Stay Healthy During the Cold Season

Dorm Remedies: 5 Easy Ways to Stay Healthy During the Cold Season

Jaime Ernst, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 30, 2018

Pro-Tip 1: Use Lysol Wipes Wipe down your door handle, your light switch, your dresser drawers, even your desk. You do not know where people were before they visited you in your room. One of the best ways to stay healthy is to prevent sickness, and purchasing a cheap bottle of Lysol Wipes may just...

The Comenian’s Tips for Class Registration: How to Save Time, Money, and Energy

The Comenian’s Tips for Class Registration: How to Save Time, Money, and Energy

Staff

October 30, 2018

Ask upperclassmen for advice on which classes to take. Chances are they will know both  the good ones and the ones you’ll wish you had avoided. Consult department chairs. They often know what classes will be offered before they appear on AMOS. Department chairs can also help you get into full c...

Sports Journalists Doris Burke and Jack McCallum on Women Reporters and the Art of Communication

Sports Journalists Doris Burke and Jack McCallum on Women Reporters and the Art of Communication

Bobby Falatyn, Reporter

October 30, 2018

On Oct. 4th, NBA Hall of Fame broadcaster Doris Burke and former Sports Illustrated reporter Jack McCallum met in Moravian’s Foy Hall to discuss their unique and rich experiences in sports journalism. Burke’s success in the heavily male-dominated field was among the many topics of conversation...

The Midterms Are Coming! The Midterms Are Coming!

The Midterms Are Coming! The Midterms Are Coming!

Nathaniel Rhoads, Reporter

October 18, 2018

Midterms are coming up, and I don’t mean the exams. The United States midterm election will take place Nov. 6, 2018, and given how divisive our politics have become, the midterm elections are probably going to be just as contentious, if not more so, than the 2016 election. Both the Republicans and D...

Greyhounds Prepare for Homecoming Game Against Juniata College Eagles

Greyhounds Prepare for Homecoming Game Against Juniata College Eagles

Ryan Morse, Reporter

October 18, 2018

The Moravian College Greyhounds’ football team has its homecoming game on Oct. 20 against the Juniata College Eagles. Juniata has had a rough go with it so far this season as they enter the game winless. Nonetheless, the Greyhounds need to be at their best if they want to win another conference game....

Professor Spotlight: Sonia Aziz

Professor Spotlight: Sonia Aziz

Christina Santo, News Section Editor

October 18, 2018

Dr. Sonia Aziz has been working at Moravian since 2008 and is an associate professor of economics. In addition to being a professor, she is co-director of the Poverty & Inequality Center of Investigation on campus. Dr. Aziz earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University of Texa...

MoCo Radio Revived

MoCo Radio Revived

Maison Allen, Reporter

October 18, 2018

A year ago, Moravian College Radio was a faint memory on this campus. The once prominent radio club that has existed here since the late ‘90s had devolved into an unorganized mess with no way of broadcasting. This semester, co-executives Emily Sangirardi ‘20, a media and communications major...

How Student Gabi Landi Turned a Hobby Into a Profit

How Student Gabi Landi Turned a Hobby Into a Profit

Christina Santo, News Section Editor

October 18, 2018

Gabi Landi, a junior marketing major with a minor in art, juggles classes and extracurriculars, and even manages her own Etsy shop. Landi is also one of approximately 15 members of Stitches, Moravian’s crocheting and knitting club. As a member of Stitches, Landi creates hats and scarves for the homeless...

Moravian College Struggles Against Sexual Assault

Moravian College Struggles Against Sexual Assault

Kaytlyn Gordon, Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2018

Sexual assault is a growing problem on college campuses, affecting one in five women, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Moravian College is not exempt from this statistic. A campus climate survey that was distributed to Moravian students in the Spring of 2018 reveale...

Home Field Advantage: Steel Field’s Locker Room Gets Major Rehab

Home Field Advantage: Steel Field’s Locker Room Gets Major Rehab

Mike Guarino, Guest Reporter

October 4, 2018

Over the summer, the football and baseball locker rooms received a much-anticipated -- and much-needed -- renovation. The old space had been the home of both teams for nearly fifty years, holding up to the wear of a constant stream of student athletes each fall and spring season. No longer. When m...

Heritage Day: Impactful, but Room to Improve

Heritage Day: Impactful, but Room to Improve

Maison Allen, Reporter

October 4, 2018

More than 1,280 students, faculty, and staff united on Sept. 26 to celebrate Moravian College’s third Heritage Day. Heritage Day is an annual event where the College cancels classes and encourages students and faculty to participate in their Convocation ceremony and community service. The tradition...