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In the News - Summer 2014

Channel 69 News

  • The City of Allentown is one of three cities that will share a $1 million grant to provide STEM mentoring to local youth. Alex Gonzalez, who participated in the College's HYPE program was part of the Mayor's press conference. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett vs. challenger Tom Wolf. Read More
  • Alumnus Shannon Lambert-Ryan and her band will be performing in Sellersville. Read More
  • Chorus Line is highlighted by Channel 69. Read More
  • Chris Borick, political science, is quoted in a story on PA's 2014-2015 budget. Read More
  • Alumnus Luis Campos has been selected to fill a post in the cabinet of Northampton County Executive John Brown. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is interviewed about Governor Corbett signing the state budget. Read More
  • There is a story about Edward R. Murrow delivering the Commencement address at Muhlenberg College in 1947. Read More
  • Alumnus Luis Campos has been selected to fill a post in the cabinet of Northampton County Executive John Brown. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is interviewed about Governor Corbett signing the state budget. Read More
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CSN Philly

  • Chris Hooker-Haring, dean of admission and financial aid, is quoted in an article about the U.S. Department of Education's College Affordability and Transparency list. Read More

Easton Express-Times

  • There is a story about the HazMat team being called to campus regarding a suspicious package. It turned out to be nothing. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

  • Recent Muhlenberg graduate Nicki Cronin and rising senior Tyler Bauer were named to the Capital One NCAA Division III Academic All-District 4 Track & Field Cross Country team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Read More
  • 44 Mules named to the Academic Honor Roll and 10 Mules named to the All-Sportsmanship team in the Centennial Conference. Read More
  • Baseball player John Scuderi named All-Region; three players elected to captain the 2014 Muhlenberg football team. Read More
  • Lacrosse players Kaitlyn McCaffrey '14 and Stephanie Umback '15 were named ECAC Mid-Atlantic first team. Read More
  • The Mules are ranked in the top 20 of two different pre-season football polls. Both publications also list senior tight end Michael Long as a pre-season All-American selection. Read More

Other News

  • Dr. Michael Tamte-Horan, Lecturer, Wescoe School, hosts HEARING VOICES, a weekly radio program devoted to classical, contemporary, traditional, and standard popular/jazz music for solo voices, small vocal ensembles, and choirs. The program airs on WDIY 88.1 FM and online at wdiy.org, Sundays, 7-9 PM Live Stream Link
  • Jacob Glass '13, a Truman Scholar and RJ Fellow, wrote a piece about plastic and the threat to marine life in Pass Blue, a website that covers the United Nations. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the state budget and its impact on state employees. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the state budget. Read More
  • "Spamalot" is reviewed. Read More
  • Margo Hobbs, department chair and associate professor of art, is quoted in a story about a sculpture by artist-activist Linda Stein. The story has been picked up by more than 100 newspapers worldwide. Read More
  • Michael Tamte-Hoan, lecturer in the Wescoe School, will host the HEARING VOICES radio program Jul. 13 on WDIY from 7 to 9 pm. The subject is "Classical Children's Books." 88.1 FM or live streaming at www.wdiy. org.
  • Jacob Glass '13, a Truman Scholar and RJ Fellow, wrote a piece about plastic and the threat to marine life in Pass Blue, a website that covers the United Nations. Read More

Pittsburgh Business Times

    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the gas tax and education being tied together in voter's minds. Read More

Watertown Daily Times

    • Jacy Good '08 is featured for her speech to a local school about the dangers of distracted driving. Read More

Standard Speaker

    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Wolf vs. Corbett race for Governor. Read More

Bloomberg

    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about a recent Pennsylvania ruling on gay marriage. Read More

York Dispatch

    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf. Read More

Theater Mania

    • There is a story about the Fishbowl Collective's upcoming presentation of The Understudy. The Fishbowl Collective is a group of New York City based alumni of Muhlenberg College. Read More

BBC News

  • Dan Klem, Acopian Professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology, is quoted in a story about bird fatalities and glass structures. Read More

National Journal

  • A recent Institute of Public Opinion poll, about the Governor's race, is cited. Read More

The Tribune-Democrat

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Governor's race. Read More

Express Times

  • Patricia Bradt, professor emeritus in biology and environmental studies, writes a letter to the editor about climate change. Read More
  • CORRECTED LINK: Ben Carter, assistant professor of anthropology, is featured in a photo essay. Carter led an archaeological dig for the Moravian Historical Society at a hands-on history camp. Read More
  • There is a story about the College being the only non-profit college attending the Comic Con Convention in Philadelphia this week. Read More
  • The three Summer Music Theatre productions are highlighted. Read More
  • The College is mentioned in an article on reported sex offenses on PA campuses. Read More

The Morning Call

  • Tyler Bauer repeats as an All-American in track and field. Read More
  • Alumnus to compete on America's Got Talent. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the Freddy Awards, the local high school musical theatre competition. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the candidate for Lieutenant Governor getting more votes in the primary than the Governor. Read More
  • Patricia Bradt, professor emerita in biology, writes a letter to the editor about global warming. Read More
  • President Helm writes an opinion piece, directed at the Class of 2014, based on his Baccalaureate address. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the new president at Lehigh Carbon Community College. Read More
  • Gruff, the Summer Music Theatre's children's production, will be performed in part at the Lehigh Valley Zoo Sunday. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about Tap Fest, a dance festival created by adjunct professor Nicole Hockenberry. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a feature story about Rich Lerner P'15, who is the top announcer on the Golf Channel. Read More
  • Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre's Gruff! is reviewed. Read More
  • The SMT children's production of Gruff is highlighted. Read More
  • Chorus Line gets an excellent review. Read More
  • Erika Sutherland, associate professor of Spanish, is mentioned in an opinion piece about education and entrepreneurship. Read More
  • Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre's production of A Chorus Line is reviewed. Read More
  • Gruff, the Summer Music Theatre children's production, is featured. Read More
  • The Summer Music Theatre production of Gruff is featured. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett receiving campaign funds from the gas industry. Read More
  • Former Muhlenberg men's basketball coach Ken Moyer will speak to the Parkland High School Alumni Club. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about a Lower Nazareth warehouse and air quality. Read More
  • A Chorus Line is one of several local productions featured in a column about summer theatre. Read More
  • The College's Summer Business Institute is featured. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about a new arts festival coming to Allenton in Sept. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about a new arts festival coming to Allenton in Sept. Read More

Radio Ink Magazine

  • WMUH is mentioned as one of 47 college radio stations to unite as WRAS, the college radio station of Georgia State University, offers an unprecedented radio simulcast to highlight their fight to stay a student-run radio station. Read More

Hamptons.com

  • Music major John Ludlow performed at the Southampton Cultural Center at the 8th Annual Student Artist Invitational. Read More

CBS

  • Alumnus Frankie Grande will be part of the new cast of the reality show Big Brother. Read More

Lancaster Online

  • There is an article about ten liberal arts colleges that have received an $800,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to create the Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts. Read More

The Record

  • Marc Jablonski '15 is part of a team writing a book about the history of Paramus, NJ. Read More

The Chronicle

  • The College is included in a list of schools that had low Pell Grant participation in 2011. Read More
  • The Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts is featured. Read More
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The Alternative Press

  • Incoming student Jason Silberman is one of several Livingston High School students featured for their work on the LHS television station. Read More

Runner's World

  • Marten Edwards, associate professor of biology, is featured on Runner's World's website. His topic is how to remove a tick. Read More

Trentonian

  • There is a story about the Princeton Prep program, which is helping 22 New Jersey students attend college. Three of these students are headed to Muhlenberg. Read More

Penn Live

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about pension systems. Read More

Playbill

  • Always for Daniel, a play performed in memory of alumnus Daniel McClung, will be performed tonight in New York City. Read More

Competitor

  • Head cross country coach Steve Finley is featured. He and a teammate developed a successful line of neckties. Read More

Huffington Post

    • The College is briefly mentioned in a column about the accuracy of political polls. Read More
    • A recent Institute of Public Opinion poll is cited in a state-by-state round-up of key political races. Read More

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about a Congressional race in western Pennsylvania. Read More

Pittsburgh Tribune Review

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett and his expected challenger. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Jerry Sandusky report by the Attorney General. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the coal industry and its impact on the upcoming Governor's race. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the state legislature trying to conduct a lot of business between now and June 30. Read More

The Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story recapping last night's primary races in the region. Read More
  • Chris Borick, political science, is quoted in an article on the Bucks County state Senate race. Read More
  • Chris Borick, political science, is quoted in an article on the Hobby Lobby ruling. Read More

Pocono Record

Lancaster Online

  • There is an article about ten liberal arts colleges that have received an $800,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to create the Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts. Read More

New Castle News

Variety

  • Theater major Robby Motz has been picked as new host of YouTube show, "Equals Three". Read More