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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?
Decades of research and a new book by Professor Daniel Klem provide solutions for this critical conservation issue.
Her talk, “People and Microbes on the Move in the Era of Climate Change,” was part of the 2021-2022 series.
The department's return to the (non-virtual) stage features a world premiere Shakespeare adaptation, new themed dance concerts, and a spring performance festival
True story of the Mirabal sisters, Dominican freedom fighters, marks return to in-person performance
Shivani Iyer ’23 interviewed coaches, players, researchers and others to better understand the perspectives and experiences surrounding head injury and protection in the sport.