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Faculty Experts

2020 Election: Issues Guide

Muhlenberg faculty experts provide background and context for some of the important issues voters will hear about in the leadup to November.

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The COVID Chronicles

Learn how Muhlenberg came together and continues to exhibit resilience, compassion and togetherness (from a safe distance, of course) as the pandemic wears on.

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NEWS AT MUHLENBERG

  • 2020 Election: Issues Guide

    Muhlenberg Magazine worked with faculty experts to provide background and context for some of the important issues voters will hear about in the leadup to November.

  • The COVID Chronicles

    In early March, the College sprang into action as a rapidly evolving global crisis was about to arrive on its doorstep. While the finish line remains out of sight, it’s possible to reflect on how the College community came together to face the COVID-19 pandemic and how it continues to exhibit resilience, compassion and togetherness.

  • The Intersection of Music and History

    Independent research on how one composer’s operas served as propaganda for King Louis XIV is helping Tess Rhian ’21 prepare for graduate school.

  • A Data-Driven Summer Internship

    Zach Cooper ’21 helps analyze the economic reports that inform the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s positions on legislation.