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Image of Gnim-BazimGnim Bazim ’21

Hi! I’m Gnim, a transfer student and a junior from The Bronx, N.Y. I’m studying media & communication with aspirations of going to law school. I’m proud to say I have been well involved on campus as a member of the men’s soccer team, a member of a Greeklife organization, an intern in the Admissions office, and also having a job in the Financial Aid office. I also had the opportunity to study abroad in Dublin, Ireland this past semester, which was a life-changing experience. Muhlenberg has and will continue to be a place where I call home for many reasons. If you have any questions regarding academics, athletics, campus jobs, Greek life, or my college decision-making process, feel free to email me at gbazim@muhlenberg.edu, shoot me a text at 646-327-9370 or follow/message me on Instagram: @gnimbazim. I’m looking forward to answering your questions!

Image of Zach-CimringZach Cimring ’20

Hi, I’m Zach! I am from Scotch Plains, N.J., and am a double major in media & communication and film studies. On campus, I am a member of the men’s soccer team. I am also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity, Chi Alpha Sigma for excellence in academics and athletics, and the Muhlenberg Athletic Leadership Team. I was the founder and president of the Muhlenberg Film Association and am a campus delegate hosting prospective students. During the 2019 spring semester, I studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain, and in January 2020 I visited Cuba as part of Muhlenberg College’s Integrating Learning Abroad program. Off campus, I am a competitive triathlete. Next fall, I look forward to attending Seton Hall Law School. Feel free to email me at zacharycimring@muhlenberg.edu with questions about Muhlenberg. I’d love to chat!

Image of Sarah-CoffelSarah Coffel ’21 

Hi, I’m Sarah! I’m a junior from Lewes, Del., and I’m a double major in media & communication and French.  On campus, I’m an admissions intern, orientation team leader, member of the Cardinal Key Society, a Voices of Strength and Mental Health peer educator, and a member of the Delta Zeta Sorority. One of my favorite aspects of Muhlenberg is how involved everyone is! Everyone on campus participates in a variety of clubs and organizations, which means you always have the opportunity to meet new people.  As an orientation team leader, I am part of the team in charge of planning and facilitating orientation leader training and activities during the Orientation Weekend.  Working on orientation the past two years is one of the highlights of my college experience.  If you’re interested in learning more about these activities or more about Muhlenberg life in general, feel free to email me at scoffel@muhlenberg.edu or send me a message at 201-470-9812

Image of Rasleen-GrewalRasleen Grewal ’20

Hi, I’m Rasleen! I am from Allentown and my home is about 15 minutes from Muhlenberg’s campus. I am a neuroscience major on the pre-med track and hope to attend medical school after graduation. On campus, I have been a member of many different clubs and organizations, working with the Office of Admissions as an intern, tour guide, and campus delegate; as a member of the Cardinal Key Society and Neuroconnections Club, a volunteer for the Office of Community Engagement, and as member of Phi Sigma Sigma, one of our Panhellenic sororities. I have also served as a student orientation leader, executive board member of both the Tour Guide Program and Cardinal Key Society, and as president of my sorority. Off campus, you can find me teaching acrobatics and gymnastics at a local dance studio, singing or training for my half-marathon! After college, I will be scribing in a hospital for a year while applying to medical schools. If you have any questions for me or would like to get to know more about Muhlenberg, feel free to email me at rasleengrewal@muhlenberg.edu or call me at (610) 653- 0096. I would love to chat and get to know more about you!

Hallie Hoffman ’22Image of Hallie-Hoffman

Hi, I’m Hallie! I am a sophomore from Princeton, N.J., and I am a double major in media & communication and philosophy. On campus, I am an admissions intern, tour guide assistant coordinator, campus delegate, peer tutor, and a member of the College Choir. I am also a Dana Scholar and a pre-orientation leader for this program. In the past, I have interned with the Office of Advancement, where I managed alumni social media channels and created videos and graphics for them, and I was also a research assistant in the Media & Communication Department, where I examined Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s representation in social media (in other words, RBG memes!). If you would like to learn more about any of these aspects of campus life, or just talk with me about Muhlenberg, the college experience, or anything else, feel free to reach out by sending me an email at hhoffman@muhlenberg.edu or calling/texting me at 609-480-4240. I’d love to talk with you!

Emily Kapelsohn ’20Image of Emily-Kapelsohn

Hi, I’m Emily! I am originally from Fogelsville, Pa., which is about 15 minutes away from Muhlenberg’s campus. I am a public health major with a double minor in English and studio art with a concentration in drawing. On campus I have been heavily involved in our Office of Admissions, working as an intern, tour guide, student greeter, and campus delegate. Outside of Admissions, I am a member of the Cardinal Key Society, Sigma Tau Delta, the national English honor society, Omicron Delta Kappa, the national leadership honor society, and Phi Mu Fraternity, one of our four Panhellenic sororities. One of my favorite aspects of my Muhlenberg experience has been the incredible leadership opportunities which Muhlenberg has provided me, including serving as the coordinator for our Tour Guide Program, and serving as vice president and president for my sorority. Another one of my favorite experiences was getting to study creative writing in the Italian Alps during the spring of my junior year, as a part of Muhlenberg’s Integrated Learning Abroad Program. After graduation, I hope to apply my public health education as I continue to learn about health law while attending law school. If you have any questions about these activities or Muhlenberg in general, feel free to email me at emilykapelsohn@muhlenberg.edu, call me at (484) 523-1604, or follow me on Instagram @emmykaps if you have any questions. I would love to get to know you!

Image of Max-KaslerMax Kasler ’20 

Hey, I’m Max! I’m from Maplewood, N.J. and I’m a double major in music composition and Jewish studies. In addition to being involved with Admissions as an intern, tour guide and student greeter, I’m involved in many other areas of Muhlenberg life. I am currently serving as a presidential assistant for the Academic Resource Center and the Office of Disability Services. I’m also the president of the A Cappella Council, where I oversee the six a cappella groups on campus. I myself am the music director of the all-male identifying group, the AcaFellas. Additionally, I am a proud member of the Chamber Choir, and sang with the College Choir for  six semesters. I am a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, one of the honor’s societies on campus, and in the past I’ve been on the student executive boards of Hillel and the Muhlenberg Comedy Association. In Fall 2018, I studied abroad at Goldsmiths, University of London. I am an active member of the Muhlenberg Theatre Association and have been on both sides of the stage as an actor in the Red Door Play Festival and as the assistant music director for Sunday in the Park with George in Fall 2017. As a composer, I’ve had my choral works performed by both the Chamber Choir and College Choir. My writing partner and I have been working on musical theatre work since January 2018. We’ve had our song cycle about the LGBTQ+ experience performed three times on campus, and have seen our work performed in the New York Musical Festival, and in Los Angeles. We are currently working on an acoustic musical that deals with the climate crisis which will see a staged reading at the ‘Berg Fringe Festival. Follow @kaslerandwilkie to hear some stuff! After graduating, I’m hoping to continue my work as a musical theatre and choral composer, while doing work in the Jewish nonprofit world. Grad school might be in my future...who knows!? If you have questions for me or would like to know more about Muhlenberg, feel free to email me at maxkasler@muhlenberg.edu or call me at (908) 370-3648. I would love to chat and get to know more about you! Insta: @max.kasler

Riley Minkoff ’20 Image of Riley-Minkoff

Hi, I’m Riley!! I am from Long Beach, Calif., and I am a political science and Spanish double major and a women’s and gender studies minor. I love Admissions, and I work as an admissions intern, tour guide and student greeter. I am also involved in Greek Life on campus and with Phi Sigma Sigma, one of the four sororities at Muhlenberg. In addition, I am a Student Conduct Hearing board member, a member and past president of Hillel, a cheerleader for our sports teams, and a DJ for WMUH, our radio station. I am also involved in the theater and dance departments and have taken dance classes all four years here. I am a member of five national honors societies, including Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa, and have served on the Student Government Association. I also studied abroad in Seville, Spain for a semester and was a Truman Scholarship national finalist in 2019. Off campus, you can find me teaching citizenship classes in downtown Allentown or mentoring local high school students as they apply to college. I will be attending law school in the fall and look forward to continuing to fight for marginalized communities! I would be happy to answer any questions you may have, and you can contact me by email at rileyminkoff@muhlenberg.edu or over the phone at (562) 400-9631. I look forward to chatting with you!