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 Muhlenberg Magazine - Spring 2022 Cover


Muhlenberg Magazine - Spring 2022

Passion and Persistence
Adrian Shanker ’09 continues to work to make the unmet dream of health equity for the LGBTQ community a reality in his new role as executive director of the Bay Area’s Spahr Center.

Making Progress
The annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Report, released in November, showcases the breadth and depth of the work that happened in the last academic year.

Something to Smile About
The College has a reputation for producing alumni who go on to attend—and excel at—some of the top dental schools in the country.


 Muhlenberg Magazine - Winter 2021 Cover

Muhlenberg Magazine - Winter 2021

Meet the President
Kathleen Harring brings a deep history with the College to the role

Introducing Boundless: The Campaign for Muhlenberg
The College has already raised more than $71.2 million en route to its $111 million goal to support priorities such as financial aid, endowed professorships and campus facilities.

A Magnet for the Best Scholar-Educators
Endowed professorships enhance the educational experience for Muhlenberg students by providing financial support to exceptional faculty.


 Muhlenberg Magazine - Fall 2021


Muhlenberg Magazine - Fall 2021

Hacker Hunter
Cybersecurity expert Priscilla Moriuchi ’03 spent 13 years with the National Security Agency before entering the private sector. Today, in addition to her product security role with Apple, she studies and speaks about the cyberthreats posed by nations like North Korea, China and Russia.

Representation Matters
Muhlenberg’s first Black student body president, Zaire Carter ’22, wants to approach every situation with the will of the students—all of the students—driving his decision-making.

Better Together
Community-engaged scholarship happens where learning goals and community goals converge. Collaborating on projects and programs benefits both the Muhlenberg students and the local partners involved.

2020-2021 President's Report
As the College evolves, the power of a residential education endures.

 Summer 2021

Muhlenberg Magazine - Summer 2021

Speaking Up
Through his work in communications, Mike Doyle ’94 helps companies tell their stories.

Muhlenberg's honors programs expose students to new ideas and challenges so they can enter the world ready to lead and make a positive change.

And ... Scene
After 40 years, two longtime leaders of Muhlenberg’s storied theatre program take their bows and reflect.

Spring 2021 Magazine

Muhlenberg Magazine - Spring 2021

Behind the Music
Award-winning rock journalist David Fricke ’73 reflects on the journey that took him from WMUH to SiriusXM, including the more than 40 years he spent writing for Rolling Stone.

Writing the Pandemic Playbook
Through her involvement with a National Institutes of Health working group, Samantha Jonson ’09 has had a front-row seat to the scientific revolution that COVID-19 inspired.

Looking Beyond Campus
At the heart of Muhlenberg’s community engagement work is a commitment to forming deep, meaningful relationships between the College and those who live around it.

Muhlenberg Magazine - Fall 2020 Cover

Muhlenberg Magazine - Fall 2020

A Community Effort
What does it take to change the campus climate surrounding race at a predominantly white institution? True transformation starts with individual students, faculty, staff and alumni who push themselves and their peers—and by extension, the College—toward anti-racism, equity and an understanding that this work is never finished.

That’s Entertainment
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.

Science at Muhlenberg
The College has a long-standing reputation for scientific excellence. Learn what makes Muhlenberg’s programs so strong and the scientists those programs produce so successful.

Muhlenberg Magazine - Summer 2020 Cover


Muhlenberg Magazine - Summer 2020

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.

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.

Muhlenberg Magazine - Spring 2020 Cover

Muhlenberg Magazine - Spring 2020

Shared Experience
Muhlenberg’s new externship program bridges the gap between day-long job shadows and months-long internships.

A Parallel Universe
Through his work on VR software at Microsoft, Evan Sforza ’07 helps create a welcoming place for people from around the world to meet.

A Different World
Last fall’s Bodies & Identities in Contemporary Cuba course demonstrates the transformative potential of short-term study abroad.

Getting Their Feet Wet
Professor of Biology Erika Iyengar found a way to share her love of fieldwork with students in their first semester at Muhlenberg.



Muhlenberg Magazine - Fall 2019

The Write Stuff
First-Year Seminars help develop composition skills through interesting topics.

Mental Health on Campus
Use of college counseling services is on the rise, nationwide and at Muhlenberg.

Positive Change
Dr. Paul Zeitz ’84 tackles seemingly insurmountable problems.

A New Start in Singapore
Jeannette Ickovics ’84 is dean of faculty at Yale-NUS.

Tech Support
Muhlenberg sports utilize data-gathering devices.


Magazine - Summer 2019 Cover


Muhlenberg Magazine - Summer 2019

Val Weisler ’20 helps empower young people around the world.

Bring It On!
Behind the scenes at Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre

In the Weeds
Examining the pros and cons of legalizing recreational cannabis

The Art of Business
Elmer Moore ’99 melds creativity and entrepreneurship


Muhlenberg Magazine - Spring 2019


More Than Green
In class and on campus, sustainability grows and thrives.

The Music Man
Record executive Mike Alexander ’05 taps the Muhlenberg Network

Only at Muhlenberg
Campus traditions create shared experiences

Senegal, Up Close
One international student’s short-term study abroad experience


Muhlenberg Magazine - Fall 2018

Crafting Tales
Sam Calagione '92 brings a storytelling sensibility to brewing and business

Service-learning course focuses on poverty

The Polling Place
Students lead at the top-rated Institute of Public Opinion

President's Report
Value is found throughout the liberal arts experience


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