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In the News - Spring 2014

Channel 69 News

  • There is a story (page 2) about he five-member cast of Key (Allison Berger '14, Katharine Dougherty '14, Gwynne Jones '15, Krysta Parker '16 and Annabel Williams '14), which is heading to the American College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Read More
  • Alton Slane, professor of political science, is interviewed about a Constitutional Law issue regarding a flag incident in Hazleton. Read More
  • "Learned Ladies" is highlighted in an article about upcoming theatre productions. Read More
  • Shannon Lambert-Ryan '03 and her Celtic band are featured. Read More
  • The College is mentioned as the location for next week's meeting to discuss the proposed Costco shopping center in Lower Macungie Township. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is interviewed following President Obama's State of the Union Address. Read More
  • Guitarist Tom Kozic, a member of the music faculty, will perform at a faculty recital at Lafayette College next week. Read More
  • Alumnus Paul Clymer will retire after more than 30 years as a state representative. Read More

Easton Express-Times

  • There is a letter to the editor asking if the next President of the College will be a woman. Read More
  • The College would be a starting point for a proposed rapid transit bus system linking Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. Read More
  • Former All-American and Hall of Famer Josh Carter joins the Muhlenberg football coaching staff. Read More
  • Alumnus Sam Calagione was one of three "beer industry heavyweights" taking part in a craft beer event at the Hotel Bethlehem. Read More
  • Alumnus and former Mule basketball player Pat Boyle is named 2014 Express-Times Boys Basketball Coach of the Year. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about Brett Weber, who recently passed away. Read More
  • A 1989 Willie Nelson concert at Muhlenberg is mentioned in a historical column. Read More
  • The upcoming productions of "New Visions" are featured. Read More
  • Political science professor Michele Moser Deegan is quoted in a story about the ongoing research of the Lehigh Valley Research Consortium. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about Mayor Pawlowski's Chamber breakast. Read More
  • Bryson Kemp '16 is featured for being part of "Team Oscar." Read More
  • The College is mentioned as the location site for the rescheduled meeting for a discussion on the proposed Costco shopping center. Read More
  • There is an article about the retirement announcement of President Helm. Read More
  • The upcoming Mildred Greene costume design exhibit is listed as "one of 10 things to do in the Lehigh Valley" this week." Read More
  • Nicole Berger is quoted in an article about a speaker on discrimination in Israel. Read More
  • Freshman wrestler Jaryd Flank is featured. Read More

Medfield (mass) Hometown Weekly

  • Lacrosse player Nick Farmer '15 is featured for his study abroad experience in Russia. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

  • Baseball team sweeps F&M; softball team sweeps Susquehanna; women's tennis team wins; track&field posts strong results; men's tennis, both lacrosse teams lose close matches. Read
  • Mules beat Moravian in men's tennis; softball and baseball teams fall. Read More
  • Men's lacrosse wins; softball team splits; baseball and women's tennis teams lose. Read More
  • Baseball wins, men's tennis loses and the men's golf team finishes 12th at the Alvernia Invitational. Read More
  • Junior Heather Porrini tossed a shutout to lead the Mule softball team to a sweep of Washington College; The baseball team also beat Washington, while the women's golf team was fifth in the Gettysburg Blue Cup and sixth in the Gettysburg Grey Cup Invitational. Read More
  • Baseball sweeps doubleheader; women's tennis wins; softball splits a doubleheader; women's lacrosse loses a heartbreaker; men's tennis loses; Track teams have a great day with one winner, two top 20 performances in Division III nationally, five ECAC Qualifiers and 57 conference qualifiers. Read More
  • Men's golf team finishes second at Rutgers-Camden Invitational; men's lacrosse team falls. Read More
  • Women's lacrosse wins, men's tennis team falls. Read More
  • Women's tennis wins, softball splits with Haverford and the baseball team loses to Ursinus. Read More
  • Men's golf finishes 12th at McDaniel Invitational; everything else washed out. Read More
  • Women's tennis wins; women fifth, men sixth at Lafayette Track & Field Invitational; rough day for the rest of the Mules. Read More
  • Baseball team wins; softball team sweeps doubleheader. Read More
  • Hall of Famer and All-American Josh Carter has returned to Muhlenberg as an assistant football coach. Read More
  • Women's lacrosse team wins to push its record to 6-2; men's lacrosse team loses to Swarthmore. Read More
  • Softball pitcher Kelsey Jones '15 was named Centennial Conference pithcer-of-the-week after throwing back-to-back shutouts. Read More
  • Men's golf team finishes third at York Invitational. Read More
  • Baseball team loses to nationally ranked Shenandoah. Read More
  • Softball team sweeps a doubleheader from Gettysburg; all other Mule teams struggle. Read More
  • Big day for Mule sports teams. For live streaming, live stats, schedules and results, click here: Read More
  • Men's and women's tennis teams post victories; softball team splits a doubleheader. Read More
  • Women's lacrosse team improves to 5-1 and earns votes in the national poll; junior Stephanie Umbach earns Centennial Conference player-of-the-week honors. Read More
  • Junior basketball player Malique Killing earns second team All-Region. Read More
  • Baseball team knocks off Penn State Harrisburg. Read More
  • Women's lacrosse wins, improves to 4-1; men's lacrosse team edged by Richard Stockton. Read More
  • Women's lacrosse picks up another victory. Read More
  • Men's lacrosse team loses to St. Mary's. Read More
  • Alumnus Ron Czajkowski '71 mentions the College in a letter to the editor regarding the controversy at Rutgers over Condoleezza Rice being invited to be the Commencement speaker. Read More
  • Baseball team wins third straight; women's lacrosse team falls to 2-1. Read More
  • Baseball teams wins 2-1 in extra innings. Read More
  • Mules place three on All-Centennial Conference men's basketball squad. Read More
  • Softball wins a pair; baseball team also wins. Read More
  • Women's lacrosse team pushes its record to 2-0; softball team splits in Florida; baseball team drops a game in South Carolina. Read More
  • Two Mules earn All-Conference honors for women's basketball. Read More
  • Baseball team drops a game in South Carolina. Read More
  • Women finish 4th, men 6th in Centennial Conference track and field championships; softball wins; baseball drops a pair and two wrestlers compete at the NCAA Eastern Regionals. Read More
  • Softball team opens with two wins; women's lacrosse wins opener; men's lacrosse loses to Scranton; track teams fare well on day one of conference championships. Read More
  • Men's lacrosse wins; men's and women's basketball teams knocked out of conference playoffs. Read More
  • The women's basketball team will host a Centennial Conference playoff game tonight. For a preview of the men's and women's playoffs, click here: Read More
  • Men's and women's basketball teams both win, headed for playoffs; track teams post three first place finishes at Haverford; Wrestler Jaryd Flank finishes fourth at the Centennial Conference tournament; men's lacrosse and women's tennis teams fall. Read More
  • Big sports day for the Mules tomorrow: men's and women's basketball teams host final home games on SENIOR DAY; men's lacrosse plays its home opener; wrestlers compete at the conference championships and women's tennis and track are on the road. Read More
  • Senior Kevin Hargrove and junior Leanna Tallamy were named to the Lehigh Valley Small College Basketball Team of the Year. Read More
  • Men's basketball team loses close battle to top-ranked Dickinson, still clinches conference playoff berth; men's lacrosse team drops season opener. Read More
  • Mule women dominate Dickinson in basketball. Read More
  • Women's basketball team beats F&M; men lose to F&M; wrestlers drop a pair. Read More
  • Men's hoop team beat Swarthmore, moves into third place tie in Centennial Conference. Read More
  • Mules handle Wilkes in women's basketball. Read More
  • Men's basketball team wins; women's team loses; men's and women's track team collect four second place finishes and a lot of top eight finishes; wrestlers drop a pair. Read More
  • Mules lose both ends of a men's and women's basketball doubleheader at Haverford. Read More
  • Men's and women's basketball teams knock off McDaniel to strengthen playoff chances; Jaryd Flank wins two matches, but wrestlers fall twice; track teams register 28 conference qualifying performances and 1t all-time top eight performances at Lehigh meet. Read More
  • A big day for the Mule basketball teams. The women play McDaniel at 2 in the Play4Kay Day event. The men follow up with McDaniel at 4. The games are critical to the playoff seedings. The track team is at Lehigh and the wrestlers are at a tri-meet at Gettysburg. Read More
  • Mules knock off Dickinson in women's basketball; important conference showdown and Play4Kay Day set for Sat. Read More
  • Men's basketball team knocks off defending champ and first place Dickinson. Read More
  • Women's basketball team knocks off top-ranked Johns hopkins; men's team falls; wrestling team drops a pair. Read More
  • Women take three first place medals, while men's relay team shines at Muhlenberg Invitational track and field meet. Read More
  • Freshman wrestler Jaryd Flank wins Will Abele Invitational. Read More
  • Erin Laney, Nick Melosky honored as Lehigh Valley Scholar-Athletes. Read More
  • Men's and women's basketball teams top Washington College. Read More
  • Women handle F&M in basketball, while men's team falls short. Read More
  • Track teams open with several impressive performances at Kutztown. Read More
  • Mules dominate Ursinus in men's and women's basketball. Read More

Other News

  • New Castle News
    Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett linking drilling to education. Read More
  • Inside Allentown
    The 2014 promotional brochure INSIDE ALLENTOWN has a feature on professor Charles Richter as well as reviews by Amy Beck '14, Shelley Cohen '15 and Taylor Gibb '16.
  • Providence Journal
    Alumnus Vince Watchorn has been selected to a panel that selects judges in Rhode Island. Watchorn is the headmaster at Providence Country Day School. Read More
  • Elle Magazine
    Felisa Wiley '16 is featured in a photo shoot on the Elle website. Felisa remains in contention for "The Face" competion on the Oxygen Network. Read More
  • Meadville Tribune
    Chris Borick quoted on the proposal by democrats running for governor to tax gas drillers in order to benefit education.
  • Hakol
    The College had three articles in Hakol, the newspaper of the Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley ('Berg students winning AIPAC awards, Moriah Benjoseph winning the Levy Award and the "Imagining Jews" series). JFLV intern Annabel Williams '14 wrote one of these stories and two other pieces.
  • A New Book
    Three recent Muhlenberg graduates are featured in a new book titled Hold Fast to Dreams: A Guidance Counselor, His Students, and the Vision of a Life Beyond Poverty. The book has won the Studs and Ida Terkel Award. Click here for more details: Read More
  • Chronicle Of Philanthropy
    The College's Mulementum campaign, a 24-hour "day of giving," is featured.
  • Lehigh Valley Marketplace
    The College's partnership with the West End Theatre District is featured. President Helm and the College are mentioned as the original champions of the West End (pages 34-37 in the magazine; 36-39 online). Read More
  • Lehigh Valley Family
    Wescoe School student and military veteran Patrick Thomas '15 is featured. Read More
  • The Morning Call
    A production in memory of Daniel McClung '08 is highlighted. Proceeds from the performance will go towards a scholarship at 'Berg in McClung's name. Read More
  • NPR
    Ellison Heil '16 will talk about Earth Day Tonight on NPR's All Things Considered at 5;45 pm. The segment will re-air April 8 during "On the Media" and April 9 again on ATC.
  • Lives Of Theatrical Designers
    The College is mentioned (1:35) and theatre technician Paul Theisen (1:47) and the production of "Crazy for You" are also mentioned in an interview with nationally acclaimed theatre lighting designer John McKernon. Read More
  • Liberalartssuccess.org
    The story about the Stanley Road Endowed Chair in Neuroscience is listed under headlines on the Annapolis Group's web site. Read More
  • Liberalartssuccess.org
    The Summer Business Institute is now highlighted under the headlines section on the Annapolis Group's web site. Read More
  • E ! Online
    Alumnus Kevin Yorn, a California attorney is mentioned in a story about actress Gwyneth Paltrow. Read More
  • College Xpress
    College XPress surveyed high school guidance counselors and college counselors and came up with a list of colleges where the students are the happiest. Muhlenberg is on the list. Read More
  • Harrisburg Patriot News
    Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about television advertising and the gubernatorial race. Read More
  • Dance Journal
    Dance Emerge is featured. Read More
  • USA Today
    Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett. Read More
  • Daily Hampshire Gazette (Mass)
    Rachel Meyrowitz '10 is named director of marketing for the Mullins Center at the University of Massachusetts. Read More
  • Oxygen
    Don't forget to tune in Wednesdays at 10 pm EST on Oxygen to support sophomore Felisa Wiley as she competes in "The Face." You can also vote for her as fan favorite. Read More
  • New Canaan News
    Jacy Good '08 is featured after speaking at a school about the dangers of distracted driving. Read More
  • Oxygen Network
    After three episodes of "The Face," on the Oxygen Network, Felisa Wiley '16 remains in contention for the title. The next episode airs Mar 26. Read More
  • FIMRC Blog
    Ariana Small '15, a psychology major and public health minor who founded 'Berg's chapter for the Fundraising for International Medical Relief of Children, is highlighted. Read More
  • Boston Herald
    Alumnus Sam Calagione is featured as the "godfather" of the extreme beer movement. Read More
  • Pocono Record
    Alumnus Alex Lotorto is mentioned in a story about activists protesting against the Columbia pipeline. Read More
  • Playbill
    An upcoming concert, celebrating the life of alumnus Daniel McClung, who lost his life in a New York City fire, is highlighted. Read More
  • WHYY Radio Times
    Chris Borick, professor of political science, is interviewed about the Governor's race. Read More
  • Delco Times
    A recent Institute of Public Opinion poll is cited in a guest editorial about shale development. Read More
  • York Dispatch
    Chris Borick quoted on the use of 'disgusting ads' in York political campaign and possible tensions between mainstream Republicans and the tea party. Read More
  • WHYY Radio Times
    The College is mentioned in an interview about the SAT overhaul. Muhlenberg is mentioned as an SAT optional school. Read More
  • WDIYFM
    Lehigh Valley Salon re-aired the Mary Lawlor interview regarding her book "Fighter Pilot's Daughter." Read More
  • Lehigh Valley Business
    The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the Mayor's plans to revitalize Allentown's poorest neighborhoods. Read More
  • Star Ledger
    Alumnus Ron Czajkowski '71 mentions the College in a letter to the editor regarding the controversy at Rutgers over Condoleezza Rice being invited to be the Commencement speaker. Read More
  • Huffington Post
    The College is briefly mentioned in a music column about music and road trips. Read More
  • Huffington Post
    Jake Glass '13, currently an intern at the Woodrow Wilson International Center, wrote an article about climate change. Read More
  • Lehigh Valley Marketplace
    Jessica Bien, general manager of the theatre and dance program, is quoted in a story about the College's efforts to support theatre patrons with disabilities. Read More
  • Hakol
    The lecture by Middle East researcher Asaf Romirowsky is featured. The article was written by student Ethan Weg.
  • Oxygen Network
    Felisa Wiley '16 will compete in "The Face," which premieres Wed night at 10 pm on the Oxygen Network. Read More
  • Associated Press
    Sophomore Bryson Kemp is featured in an article about six aspiring filmmakers that have been selected to hand Oscar statuettes to winners at Sun night's Academy Awards ceremony. Read More
  • Wilmington News Journal
    Bryson Kemp, headed for the Oscars, is featured. Read More
  • Broadway World
    Alumnus Barry Altman publishes a new romance novel. Read More
  • Press Of Atlantic City
    Alumnus Bob Tarby is quoted in a story about a scholarship program in Atlantic City. Read More
  • Hakol
    Sophomore Ethan Weg wrote an article about three Muhlenberg students who went to New Orleans as part of a United Synagogue Youth program. Hakol is a publication of the Lehigh Valley Jewish Federation.
  • Berksmont News
    The College is mentioned in an article featuring basketball recruit Brandi Vallely. Read More
  • The Times Of Israel
    A recent lecture by Peter Pettit, director of the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, is highlighting in a column. Read More
  • Living Bird Magazine
    Dan Klem, biology is quoted in an article on window strikes.
  • Nerdscholar.com
    President Helm is highlighted as "most versatile" in a list of college presidents. Read More
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Chris Brocik, political science, is quoted in a story on Gov. Tom Corbett. Read More
  • Yahoo News
    Chris borick, political science, is quoted in an article on Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to boost spending on education. Read More
  • University Business
    President Helm's decision to retire in 2015 is announced. Read More
  • The Washington Post
    Dan Klem, biology, is quoted in an article on bird mortality from glass collisions. Read More
  • Inside Higher Ed
    Carolyn Foster Segal, a lecturer in the Wescoe School, writes a column titled "poetry gets some serious pop culture play." Read More
  • Open A Door Foundation Newsletter
    Ange Sandrine Uwisanze, an incoming student from Rwanda, is featured. Read More
  • Health Canal
    Alumna Tina Chou is featured. Read More
  • PA Independent
    Chris Borick, political science, is quoted in an article on Gov. Tom Corbett. Read More

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the minimum wage. Read More

Pittsburgh Tribune Review

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about political corruption in Pennsylvania. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Jack Wagner, a candidate for Governor. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about liquor store privatization. Read More
  • A recent Institute of Public Opinion poll regarding same sex marriages is cited. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story profiling a candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Read More
  • Lori Verderame, "Dr. Lori," former director of the Martin Art Gallery, is featured. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Highmark, a major health insurance company, laying off 28 people. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about a Congressional race in Bedford County, PA. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about jobs and money being the most concerning to Pennsylvania residents. Read More

The Dance Journal

  • Master Choreographers, and the 20th anniversary of the dance program, are featured. Read More

The Guardian (UK)

  • There is a story about colleges and universities that have endowments of $1M per student. Muhlenberg (the only US college besides Harvard, Yale, MIT, Princeton, Stanford and Amherst) is briefly mentioned as one of the more typical colleges that has an endowment of less than $100k per student. Read More

The Morning Call

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Republican primary race for Governor. Read More
  • The College's "Edible Book Contest" is featured. Read More
  • Trexler Library's Edible Book Contest is mentioned in a round-up of events celebrating National Poetry Month. Read More
  • The College's Roaming Improv Dance Troupe's upcoming performance at the Lower Macungie Earth Day festival is mentioned. Read More
  • Seven Muhlenberg graduates will be featured as Philadelphia's Enchantment Theatre Company returns to Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. Read More
  • The College is mentioned in a story about security cameras currently in Allentown and the ones that will be put near the new arena. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the advertising campaign and visibility of Tom Wolf, a candidate for Governor. Read More
  • The Ben Folds concert is reviewed. Read More
  • Alumnus Wes Spence is named Morning Call girls basketball coach of the year. Read More
  • Wescoe School student Alejandro Castillo, a member of the US Army, is profiled in a Bill White column about the Mt. Rushmore of the Lehigh Valley. Read More
  • Alumnus Pat Boyle, a former basketball player for the Mules, is profiled after being named Lehigh Valley basketball coach-of-the-year. Read More
  • Former Muhlenberg College employee Gina Bortz has been named development director for Easter Seals of Eastern Pennsylvania. Read More
  • The upcoming Ben Folds concert at 'Berg is highlighted. Read More
  • Chelsea Gary, who will play basketball at Muhlenberg next year, was honored as the VIA Lehigh Valley scholar-athlete of the year. Read More
  • Felisa Wiley '15 is highlighted in a blog previewing last night's episode of "The Face." Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett and liquor privatization. Read More
  • Luba Iskold, professor of Russian, is the featured interview in this week's Morning Call Q&A column about the Ukraine and Russia. Read More
  • The College is mentioned in a story about Jews who fled from Nazi Germany. One boy lived in what is now the President's house on campus. Read More
  • "New Visions" emerging artists festival is featured. Read More
  • The upcoming concert by Gamelan Dharma Swara, in Egner Chapel, is highlighted. Read More
  • There is a feature article about declining unemployment in the Lehigh Valley. The article is based on a recent Institute of Public Opinion survey. Read More
  • Chris Borick is quoted, and the latest Institute of Public Opinion poll is featured, in an article about attitudes about Allentown's future. Read More
  • Political science professors Michele Moser Deegan and Lanethea Mathews-Schultz are quoted in a story about the latest report released by the Lehigh Valley Research Consortium. Read More
  • Michele Moser Deegan, chair of the political science, writes an opinion piece about measuring success and its important to the Lehigh Valley. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Congressman Charlie Dent running unopposed. Read More
  • The College is mentioned in a story about the Lehigh Valley Arts Ovation Awards. Videographer Scott Stoneback, who has produced videos for the College for several decades, was honored with an Ovation Award. Read More
  • The College's Institute of Public Opinion will conduct a survey on behalf of the Parkland Library. Read More
  • Men's basketball coach Dave Madeira's retirement, and the 2009 Sweet 16 run of the women's basketball team, are mentioned in a sports history column, Read More
  • The Institute of Public Opinion is conducting a poll on behalf of the Parkland Community Library Board. Read More
  • Chris Borick is interviewed and the latest Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll is featured in a story about the economy. Read More
  • President Helm is one of several civic leaders who wrote an opinion piece about the revitalization of Allentown. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about an alumnus who is serving a life sentence for murder. Read More\
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the Mayor's breakfast and his announcement about helping poorer neighborhoods in the city. Read More
  • The upcoming concert of Ben Folds is highlighted. Folds will perform at the College Mar 29. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the changing politics of Governor Corbett. Read More
  • The Mules are part of a preview of collegiate baseball teams in the region. Read More
  • Felisa Wiley '16, who will appear on "The Face" tonight on the Oxygen Network, is featured. Read More
  • Chris Borick is quoted, and the latest Institute for Public Opinion is cited extensively, in a story about Governor Corbett. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a historical column about the old Allentown City Basketball Championships. Read More
  • Alumnus Jan McNair is part of a column about love and snow storms. Read More
  • Bryson Kemp, who was introduced on E! and ABC, is highlighted for his role in "Team Oscar." Read More
  • Muhlenberg's main stage performance of 'Learned Ladies' is mentioned with quotes from director Jim Peck about the feminist spin on the production.
  • Trey Brown, assistant coach for the Mules for the past four years, has been named head football coach at Wilkes University. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the Pennsylvania Governor's race. Read More
  • Provost John Ramsay is quoted in a story about Northampton Community College cancelling spring break to make up classes that were lost due to the weather. Read More
  • Alumnus Lori Roth is mentioned for her new position with Susquehanna Bank. Read More
  • Senior Chris Litzenberger was named a Lehigh Valley football Scholar-Athlete. The team will be honored Mar 2. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a blog about the Costco debate in Lower Macungie Township. Read More
  • Mary McGovern, of the Wescoe School, wrote an article for the Education Guide about the Accelerated Degree Program. Instructor Dan Molesky is quoted in the story as are several students.
  • Dick Cowen '53 has a letter to the editor referencing President Helm's retirement and the history of women at Muhlenberg. Read More
  • Junior Leanna Tallamy, of the women's basketball team, is featured. Read More
  • Dan Klem, biology, will give a talk, "Bird Strikes at Windows" at the Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center later this month. Read More
  • The College is mentioned in an article on the public meeting about the proposed Costco shopping center. Read More
  • Bryson Kemp '16 is featured after appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres Show as one of six student film makers chosen to attend the Academy Awards. Read More
  • In conjunction with a performance at DeSales University, assistant professor of religion studies Jessica Cooperman will present a "Theater Tea Talk" titled "Echoes of Anne Frank." Read More
  • Chris Borick, political science, is quoted in an article on Gov. Tom Corbett's bid for re-election. Read More
  • President Helm's retirement announcement is featured. Read More
  • Trexler Proffitt, assistant director of business and director of the entrepreneurship program, is quoted in a story about crowdfunding for a new musical snowboard product. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about a young woman from Whitehall who was selected as high school student of the month. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski dropping out of the governor's race. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Pete Schweyer announcing his candidacy for the state legislature. Read More
  • Women's basketball coach Ron Rohn is featured, along with several of his LVAIC colleagues. Read More
  • The College's upcoming exhibit, "It Fits, You'll Wear It and Love It," is mentioned. Read More
  • The College will host a Lehigh County public forum on the proposed Costco development in Lower Macungie Township. Read More
  • Women's basketball team hosting "Play 4 Kay" Day. The team will honor former player Aril Bryant, who lost her battle to cancer. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Corbett's education record. Read More
  • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about Billy Joel and a concert at Citizens Bank Park. Read More
  • The College is mentioned in a story about the Broadway tour of "Hair," which will be performed at the State Theatre. Michael McDonald, who has done a lot of work at 'Berg over the years, is the costume designer for the show. Read More
  • The College is mentioned twice in a story about piano concert at Lafayette College. Read More
  • The Wescoe School is mentioned in an article about the Lehigh Valley Career Fair, and an appearance by Geraldo Rivera. Read More
  • The College's upcoming MLK events are highlighted, as are the LEPOCO MLK program, featuring professor Roberta Meek. Read More
  • The upcoming Lehigh Valley Job Fair, co-sponsored by the Wescoe School, is highlighted. Read More
  • There is an article about a Lehigh Valley Career Fair. The Wescoe School is mentioned as being a co-sponsor of the next career fair. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the rejection of voter ID legislation. Read More

The Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about how felony charges might impact a state senator. Read More
  • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Read More
  • Chris Borick, political science, is quoted in an article on congressional races in Philly suburbs. Read More