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I feel like I made so many connections and deeper connections with the people in Senegal.Eunice Umubyeyi ’21
I found a way to combine things I was passionate about and really customize my education to what I wanted it to be.Mike Alexander '05
What I want to cultivate in the classroom is, this is your space to make mistakes.Erika Sutherland
Muhlenberg honors programs "provide opportunities for students to engage beyond the classroom and to think critically about the diversity of human experience."
Through his work in communications, Mike Doyle ’94 helps companies tell their stories.
After 40 years, two longtime leaders of Muhlenberg’s storied theatre program take their bows and reflect.
Through a role with a National Institutes of Health working group, Samantha Jonson ’09 has a front-row seat to the scientific revolution that COVID-19 inspired.
At the heart of Muhlenberg’s community engagement work is a commitment to forming deep, meaningful relationships between the College and neighbors.
Award-winning rock journalist David Fricke ’73 reflects on his career journey, including more than 40 years he spent writing for "Rolling Stone."
The College has long been known for scientific excellence. Learn what makes Muhlenberg’s programs so strong and about the scientists that make them successful.
Jennifer DeGuzman ’93, vice president of communications at the National Geographic Channel, reflects on a 25-year career in public relations that began at MTV.
What does it take to change the campus climate surrounding race at a predominantly white institution?
As senior global diversity and inclusion manager at NielsenIQ, Angel Diaz ’16 creates opportunities for diverse talent to thrive in corporate America.
Travis Rieder, a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, spoke about his personal experience with opioid addiction and the takeaways for aspiring medical professionals.
The October 9 ceremony marked the graduation of the College’s inaugural master’s degree cohort as well as two accelerated baccalaureate programs.
This year’s inductees to Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's most prestigious honor society for undergraduates in the liberal arts and sciences, were celebrated in a virtual event on Saturday, October 15.
The Harvard professor and former president of the American Enterprise Institute participated in an afternoon panel discussion and delivered a public lecture in the evening.