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Muhlenberg in the News

Recent media coverage of Muhlenberg College and its people


The Morning Call, December 15, 2018

How Bobby Knight helped Pat Boyle get started toward 400 coaching wins

Pat Boyle was just 23 years old and one year removed from his own playing career at Muhlenberg College when he applied for the position of head coach at Notre Dame-Green Pond. Read More


Huntsville Times / Al.com (alabama), December 14, 2018

Was Alabama election shocker one year ago the biggest upset under Trump?

Christopher Borick, professor of political science at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania, weighs in on Republican Brian Fitzpatrick's win in suburban Philadelphia.


The Morning Call, December 13, 2018

Choral groups present holiday concerts

Summer Harmony soloist will be mezzo soprano Lauren Curnow, a colleague of Summer Harmony conductor Vincent Trovato at Muhlenberg College, where they both serve on the music faculty. Makaela Barczak '19 will act as guest conductor for a selection. Read More


Lehigh Valley Business, December 11, 2018

Muhlenberg College to Add Project Management Certificate

The new program, in the Wescoe School of Continuing Education, is designed to give new project managers the tools to assemble and oversee teams, communicate with management and identify and handle risks. Read More


WDIY FM, December 08, 2018

The Value of Studying History with Dr. Daniel Wilson on LV Discourse

The recently retired Muhlenberg professor joins host John Pearce for a fascinating discussion on studying history. Read More


Broadway World, December 07, 2018

Student Blog: BA Programs are Good and Here's Why

Kiana Holmes '22 writes about her college search and why Muhlenberg was "perfect in every sense." Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 01, 2018

Penn Charter grads fueling Muhlenberg's run to Division III quarterfinals

John Washington, a freshman cornerback for Muhlenberg, has been following in the footsteps of sophomore quarterback Michael Hnatkowsky. Read More


Climate Wire, November 30, 2018

Belief in global warming grows despite Trump

Despite climate change skepticism in the White House, nearly 3 in 4 Americans believe there is "solid evidence" that global warming is occurring, according to new survey data released by Muhlenberg College and the University of Michigan. Read More


Broadway World, November 30, 2018

Student Blog: The Education of Theatre Scholarship

While there are many advantages to the fantastic BFA programs across the country, for the knowledge I wanted to gain in college, Muhlenberg's BA program has been perfect for me, writes Ellen Power '21. Read More


The Morning Call, November 29, 2018

The Allentown Band will present its annual "Americans We: A Tribute to Veterans" Dec. 2. The program includes a video depicting the Lehigh Valley Homefront, presented by Susan Falciani Maldonado of Muhlenberg College, acknowledging the important roles local organizations played in World War II. Read More


North Jersey.com, November 28, 2018

Bergen Catholic grad Frankie Feaster of Muhlenberg a star on both offense and defense

Feaster, a junior from Montvale, is the first Muhlenberg player to be named to all-Centennial Conference on both offense and defense. Read More


WFMZ, November 28, 2018

Muhlenberg readies for NCAA quarterfinal contest

The historic season for Muhlenberg football continues into this weekend as the Mules play in the program's first ever NCAA Division III quarterfinal game on Saturday. Watch Now


Broadway World, November 28, 2018

Matthew Guerrera '19 is nominated for a BroadwayWorld Connecticut Award for Best Choreography. Read More


The Morning Call, November 27, 2018

The lost tapes: Billy Joel played triumphant shows in Northampton 45 years ago. The recordings were lost - until now.

Joel also played at Muhlenberg in 1974. Read More


The Morning Call, November 26, 2018

Muhlenberg advances to DIII quarterfinals with 35-6 win

By advancing to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals, the 2018 Muhlenberg football team became the most successful in school history. Read More


Keystone Business News, November 26, 2018

These 4-year schools have the top 'on time' graduation rates in Pennsylvania

Muhlenberg's four-year graduation rates are among the top 10 in the state. Read More


The Morning Call, November 24, 2018

Female directors and playwrights at Muhlenberg

The "New Voices / New Visions" theater festival returns to Muhlenberg College with a showcase of plays all written and directed by women. Read More


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 24, 2018

Democrats won the midterms in the suburbs. If they can keep them, is it 'game over' in Pennsylvania?

Christopher Borick, professor of political science, thinks their prospects are good. Read More


WFMZ, November 24, 2018

The "New Voices

New Visions" theater festival returns to Muhlenberg College Read More


The Morning Call, November 22, 2018

Family of late Muhlenberg football coach Mike Donnelly subject of CBS Thanksgiving feature

Coach Donnelly spent 41 years on the sideline before succumbing in October 2017, to acute monocytic leukemia. Read More


The Morning Call, November 22, 2018

Female directors and playwrights at Muhlenberg

The "New Voices/New Visions" theater festival returns with a showcase of plays all written and directed by women students. Read More


Wallet Hub, November 22, 2018

Ask the Experts

Advice from Michael J. Stehlin, lecturer in the Accounting, Business & Economics department, is featured regarding credit cards comparison. Read More


Parkland Press, November 20, 2018

Stone Soup Compassion Trinity Program Receives Honors

Deacon Elizabeth Miller, Trinity Soup Kitchen, is the recipient of the 2018 Wallenberg Honors from Muhlenberg's Institute for Jewish and Christian Understanding. Read More


WFMZ, November 20, 2018

Muhlenberg's Chef Jamie McKeon shares healthy recipes and eating tips. Watch Now


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 19, 2018

Missing from top colleges: veterans

Some universities are promising to do better, including Muhlenberg College. (Picked up from New York Times.) Read More


The Morning Call, November 19, 2018

Opinion: 2018's political year of the woman may inspire other women to run for office

Taylor Garrison '20, Emma Lewis '19 and Professor Lanethea Mathews-Schultz write about their research on the federal and Pennsylvania races in which women were candidates. Read More


The New York Times, November 19, 2018

Columnist David Leonhardt writes about the "signs of progress" of leading four-year institutions enrolling more military veterans. Muhlenberg is one of 30+ members of the American Talent Initiative (ATI) who have committed to increase their recruitment, enrollment, and support of student veterans. Read More


The Morning Call, November 18, 2018

Muhlenberg football headed to NCAA Division III Sweet 16

The Mules put forth a relentless defensive effort and scored on a late interception return for a touchdown to edge Delaware Valley University, 20-13. Read More


The New York Times, November 18, 2018

Columnist David Leonhardt writes about the "signs of progress" of leading four-year institutions enrolling more military veterans. Muhlenberg is one of 30+ members of the American Talent Initiative (ATI) who have committed to increase their recruitment, enrollment, and support of student veterans. Read More


The Guardian, November 18, 2018

What the midterms can teach the Democrats about winning in 2020

"The electorate has changed already", says Christopher Borick, director of the Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


The New York Times, November 16, 2018

Some leading colleges and universities, already working together as part of the American Talent Initiative (ATI), have made new commitments to enroll and graduate more of the nation's military veterans, including Muhlenberg. Read More


The Morning Call, November 17, 2018

2018's political year of the woman may inspire other women to run for office

Op-ed by Taylor Garrison '20, Emma Lewis '19 and Lanethea Mathews-Schultz, professor and chair of political science at Muhlenberg. Read More


WFMZ, November 14, 2018

A first-ever analysis of where people in the Lehigh Valley get their news shows how much they trust certain platforms or don't. "Some of the same issues we see playing out nationally are playing out here in the Lehigh Valley," said Chris Borick, director of the Institute of Public Opinion. Watch Now


The Morning Call, November 14, 2018

Trump effect? Survey shows Lehigh Valley residents trust friends and family over local media for news

First-ever survey, by The Muhlenberg's Institute of Public Opinion and the Lehigh Valley Research Consortium, covers quality-of-life issues in the Lehigh Valley. Read More


WHYY, November 13, 2018

Wild campaign: How Lehigh Valley's first congresswoman rose to power

Stops included a "Meet the Ticket" event at Muhlenberg College where she spoke to students face-to-face. Read More


Broadway World, November 13, 2018

Journeying Into Brigadoon as an Assistant Director

Ellen Powers '21 blogs for Broadway World Read More


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 12, 2018

Elections expected to spur few leadership changes when lawmakers return to Harrisburg

Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments. Read More


Connecticut Wrestling, November 11, 2018

Muhlenberg's Austin Sherman '20, of Fairfield, CT, came from behind in his final two bouts to win the 141-pound bracket at the Ned McGinley Invitational, highlighting a strong performance by the Muhlenberg wrestling team in its first tournament of the season. Read More


Jewish Exponent, November 11, 2018

Five groups of college students made a different kind of music Nov. 4 at the Philadelphia Jewish A Cappella Competition, including the Chaimonics from Muhlenberg College. Read More


WFMZ, November 10, 2018

Behind the Ballot: Election Analysis

Professor Chris Borick breaks down election results. Watch Now


Washington Monthly, November 09, 2018

Which Colleges Encourage Their Students to Vote?

These institutions, including Muhlenberg, show that civic engagement is alive and well on American campuses. Read More


WFMZ, November 08, 2018

Behind the Ballot: Women win big in midterms

"I think the rainbow wave is about hope. It's about seeing something different," said Kate Richmond, psychologist and director of women and gender studies at Muhlenberg College. Read More


Voice Of America, November 08, 2018

Women Help Power Democrats to a House Majority

"Before this election, not one member of Pennsylvania's 18-seat congressional delegation was a woman. Tonight, just in suburban Philadelphia, four women won," says Christopher Borick of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


WHYY, November 08, 2018

Money flooded Pa. congressional races, but didn't necessarily make the difference

Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, says despite Wallace raising more money, "candidates still matter." Read More


The New York Jewish Week, November 06, 2018

In an article published last week, alumna Emily Goldberg Winer '17 offered a reflection on the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. Read More


WHYY, November 05, 2018

The state of swing races in Pennsylvania critical to control of the House: "Pennsylvania can play a pivotal role," said Chris Borick, professor of political science. Read More


Portafolio (columbia), November 05, 2018

President Donald Trump Faces a 'Referendum' to his Government: Chris Borick, professor of political science at Muhlenberg College, comments on the upcoming midterm elections. Read More


D.r. (copenhagen, Denmark), November 05, 2018

Bruce Springsteen and America's midterm elections: An interview with Professor Chris Borick. Read More


Syracuse.com, November 04, 2018

In an article that explores the issues that motivate college voters, Valerie Weisler '20 cites immigration as a leading factor in determining who gets her vote. Read More


The Morning Call, November 04, 2018

Early polling returns forecast a high--though not record--level of voter turnout for this midterm election, according to Chris Borick, professor of political science. Read More


The Morning Call, November 03, 2018

The latest Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll indicates Governor Tom Wolf and Senator Bob Casey maintain significant leads heading into midterm election week. Read More


Weny, November 02, 2018

Jacy Good '08 is profiled in a story about distracted driving. Good speaks across the nation about the traffic collision that took the lives of her parents and severely injured her on the way home from Muhlenberg's 2008 Commencement. Read More


Channel 69 News, November 02, 2018

Francine Roussel, professor of theatre and dance, is mentioned as the opening speaker for "Street Singer: Celebrating the Life of Edith Piaf" at Zoellner Arts Center this weekend. Read More


BBC, November 02, 2018

Chris Borick, professor of political science and director of the Institute of Public Opinion, and his Elections class discuss the upcoming Pennsylvania midterm. Watch Video


Indiana Star, November 01, 2018

Environmental issues in general have rarely been a high priority for voters, said Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. A new MCIPO poll finds six out of 10 Americans said a candidate's position on global warming would have an effect on their vote. Read More


Education Dive, November 01, 2018

What 6 college leaders wish they knew before taking their jobs: Administrators, including President John Williams, share their lessons learned. Read More


San Antonio Express-news (tx), October 31, 2018

Washington Post opinion piece by Jefferson Pooley, associate professor of media & communication, about the myth of "War of the Worlds" is picked up by media outlets in San Antonio and Alabama, among others. Read More


WHYY, October 31, 2018

In this "year of the woman," voters in Pennsylvania's new 5th Congressional District are being treated to something truly rare: a race in which both major party candidates are women. Professor Chris Borick provides analysis. Read More


WFMZ, October 31, 2018

Video: President Trump says he's discussed eliminating birthright citizenship with White House counsel. Muhlenberg College Professors Ross Dardani and Chris Borick say the president can't eliminate birthright citizenship on his own. Watch Now


The Morning Call, October 31, 2018

Video: The campus and community can now lessen their carbon footprint by getting involved in the Muhlenberg College bike share program, says Kalyna Procyk, sustainability coordinator. Watch Now


The Morning Call, October 31, 2018

Lush 'Brigadoon' at Muhlenberg an unforgettable work of musical theater: A collaboration between the theater and dance departments, it is overflowing with captivating dancing and soaring voices. Read More


Washington Post, October 30, 2018

When historians traffic in fake news: Jefferson Pooley, associate professor of media & communication, writes about unraveling the myth of "War of the Worlds." Read More


Parkland Press, October 30, 2018

Theater Review: 'Brigadoon' appears splendidly at Muhlenberg College: "It's easy to see why The Princeton Review 2019 edition of "The Best 384 Colleges" ranked the Theatre and Dance Department No. 9 for "Best College Theater." Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 29, 2018

Do tragic events around the country close to Election Day impact election outcomes? Christopher Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Polling Institute, weighs in. Read More


The Ripon Forum, October 29, 2018

Po-Ed: A View from Northampton County - Nothstein's allegiance to Trump appears to be more of a burden than a boost as the mid-terms draw near, writes Chris Borick professor of political science. Read More


Penn Live, October 29, 2018

Where Gov. Tom Wolf, Scott Wagner clash on school funding: In last month's Muhlenberg College/Morning Call Poll, voters ranked it the second most important issue in the governor's race, behind only economy/jobs. Read More


The Morning Call, October 28, 2018

Lehigh Valley Jewish leaders mourn loss of life in Pittsburgh and look to address security here. The Rev. Peter Pettit, director of Muhlenberg's Istitute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, a campus-based organization that fosters understanding among denominations, comments on the impact. Read More


The Morning Call, October 28, 2018

iThink: Under the First Amendment, hate speech is inevitable, writes Cynthia Silva '19. Read More


The Morning Call, October 28, 2018

iThink: Americans need to be more familiar with First Amendment, writes Samantha Brenner '21. Read More


The Morning Call, October 27, 2018

Muhlenberg College starts bike share program, an initiative of the sustainability office. Students Leah Santacroce, Molly Callahan and Vijay Rao take the bikes for a spin. Read More


The Morning Call, October 27, 2018

Lehigh Valley young voters turned out in bigger numbers in May. Muhlenberg students Mary Baumel and Maya Cleckley, both class of '20, are helping make sure fellow students do so Nov. 6 as well. Read More


Broadway World, October 27, 2018

Celebrating the recent publication of "Black Acting Methods: Critical Approaches," Sharrell Luckett will host a conversation with fellow theatre teachers, researchers, including Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, about the decolonization of acting methods and pedagogies. Read More


The Morning Call, October 27, 2018

iThink: More understanding of First Amendment needed, writes Samantha Best '19. Read More


The Morning Call, October 27, 2018

iThink: Social media must regulate itself, writes James Diggs '21. Read More


WFMZ, October 27, 2018

Undefeated Muhlenberg College faces fellow nationally-ranked Johns Hopkins in a Centennial Conference football game in Baltimore, Maryland at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Read More


California Patch (laguna Niguel), October 26, 2018

Emily Forster '20, a Dana Hills Grad, in'Brigadoon' College Production. A former Laguna Nigel Community theater member, now at a prestigious four-year university, will appear in the fall showing of 'Brigadoon.' Read More


The Morning Call, October 26, 2018

iThink: Public's lack of knowledge of First Amendment worrisome, writes Matthew Riebesell '19. Read More


The Morning Call, October 26, 2018

iThink: Expressing opinions guaranteed by the First Amendment, writes Alberto Garrido '21. Read More


The New Times (rwanda), October 26, 2018

Marie Grace Imanariyo '20 is a computer science major whose dream of becoming one of Rwanda's most successful gospel artists is taking shape. Read More


The Morning Call, October 25, 2018

Muhlenberg's dance and theater departments re-imagine choreography for 'Brigadoon.' Read More


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 22, 2018

Bob Casey, seeking his third U.S. Senate term, unleashes his voice and leads polls in race against Trump ally Lou Barletta. Chris Borick, a political scientist and pollster from Muhlenberg College, provides context. Read More


The Morning Call, October 22, 2018

Wake-Up Call: PA-7 candidates talk hate crimes. A Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll released Friday shows Wild with a slight edge in the contest. Read More


WFMZ, October 22, 2018

Pennsylvania's 7th district candidates forum: When asked about dealing with hate crimes against the Jewish community, Democratic candidate Susan Wild cited the "wonderful" efforts of the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding at Muhlenberg College. Read More


The Morning Call, October 21, 2018

Trump effect? Voter registration is up in Pennsylvania, especially among Democrats. Chris Borick, a pollster and political scientist at Muhlenberg College, weighs in. Read More


The Morning Call, October 20, 2018

Democrat Susan Wild holds edge, Republican Marty Nothstein in striking distance, the latest Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll shows. Read More


Chestnut Hill Local, October 19, 2018

Is sugar toxic? Jennifer Flom, DO, a 2010 neuroscience graduate of Muhlenberg, will discuss the ways sugar is influences overall well-being. Read More


Chestnut Hill Local, October 19, 2018

Paul Zeitz, DO, Class of 1984, will be discussing his new book, "Waging Justice: A Doctor's Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold," Oct. 25, at Arcadia University. Read More


Washington Post, October 18, 2018

The truth about Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee: He wasn't very good at his job. Alumnus Edward Bonekemper III '64, author of "How Robert E. Lee Lost the Civil War," talks about the myth surrounding Lee and its impact. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 16, 2018

Pa. Senate security force convulsed by harassment complaints, lawsuits. Christopher Borick, a political science professor at Muhlenberg College in Allentown who follows Harrisburg politics, said the departures and lawsuits raise "legitimate questions" about the Senate security force. Read More


Politico, October 16, 2018

Bucks County Republicans and Democrats agree: The country's health care system is broken and getting worse. Christopher Borick, a political scientist at Muhlenberg College, says it's conceivable that control of the House of Representatives could come down to votes logged here in the mid-terms. Read More


Axios, October 15, 2018

5. Even climate skeptics like renewables mandates: Muhlenberg College and the University of Michigan are out with a new report that compiled a decade's worth of their polling on state-based renewable electricity mandates, which are common nationwide. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 15, 2018

What to know about taxes, the economy, and jobs for the 2018 midterm elections: Chris Borick, professor of political science, weighs in. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, October 14, 2018

What do Americans and local students think about current events related to the First Amendment - hate speech, fake news and social media? That was the topic of a forum at Parkland High School organized by Muhlenberg College. Watch Now


Wkrc-tv (ohio), October 14, 2018

The Thomas More University football team fell, 34-31, to 23rd-ranked Muhlenberg College on Homecoming Saturday at BB&T Field in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. Read More


The Morning Call, October 13, 2018

The Chivalrous Crickets, along with The Bricolage Project, a new folk group founded by Fiona and Chris Jackson, director of choral and vocal studies at Muhlenberg, play Saturday in Bethlehem. Read More


Townlively.com (pa), October 13, 2018

Dana Kneisley '19, a neuroscience major, conducted research at Muhlenberg last summer. Read More


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 13, 2018

Scott Wagner paid $24,500 for Judge Jeanine Pirro to speak at a campaign fundraiser. Christopher Borick, political science professor, said it's "very odd" for a candidate to pay so much money to bring a partisan figure in for a campaign event. Read More


Parkland Press, October 13, 2018

Two anniversaries significant to Muhlenberg College and its iconic radio station WMUH are being celebrated in two gallery exhibitions through Oct. 31 at the Liberty Bell Museum in Allentown. Read More


Newsweek, October 13, 2018

Can Donald Trump be defeated by climate change in 2020? After all, the U. of Michigan and Muhlenberg College found in May that 73 percent of all Americans believed there was "solid evidence" of climate change. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 13, 2018

More local colleges are scrapping SAT requirement. Regionally, many other schools, including Muhlenberg, already have gone that route to varying extents. Read More


The Morning Call, October 12, 2018

Op-ed by Chris Borick, director of Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion: Can you trust political polls after what happened in 2016? Read More


The Morning Call, October 12, 2018

First Amendment: Kudos to Parkland High students for knowing their rights - The program came about through the hard work of Muhlenberg College, which surveyed the Parkland seniors, and the Freedom Forum Institute in Washington, D.C., which surveyed the adults, among others. Read More


The Morning Call, October 11, 2018

Parkland seniors urged to value, protect First Amendment freedoms: Forum developed by David Erdman, former Morning Call publisher and Muhlenberg media & communication lecturer, with the Freedom Forum Institute, the PA Bar Association, PBS-39 and the College will air on Oct. 24. Read More


Great Neck Record, October 09, 2018

Ariella Lerner '22: Going on to play lacrosse and study psychology at Muhlenberg College, Lerner leaves behind a profound legacy in her community. Read More


The Morning Call, October 09, 2018

Columnist Bill White: Why evangelical 'Vote Common Good' movement is worth some attention. Chris Borick, professor of political science, applauds efforts that encourage people to think about politics differently. Read More


WHYY, October 08, 2018

In two new voter surveys, the GOP advantage appears to have shrunk - and the likely culprit is partisan fervor over Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings, says Chris Borick, who runs Pennsylvania's Muhlenberg College poll. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 08, 2018

Philadelphia's glass skyline is killing birds. A new Fairmount Park building has a solution. Many of the techniques they used at the Discovery Center were developed by Daniel Klem, a professor of ornithology at Muhlenberg College in Allentown. Read More


WITF, October 07, 2018

Polls show Kavanaugh gave GOP an election boost. But it might not last, says Chris Borick, director of the Polling Institute. Read More


WFMZ, October 06, 2018

Behind the Ballot: Is a red wave coming with the November election? That's unlikely, says Chris Borick, professor of political science, but it all depends on which party gets the most people to the polls. Watch Now


Bloomberg News, October 05, 2018

Pennsylvania Offers a Key Midterm Test for Trumpism: "There's an enormous divide in Pennsylvania right now," says Chris Borick, a pollster and political science professor at Muhlenberg College in Allentown. Read More


The Courier (oh), October 05, 2018

Panic and pandemic: The 1918 Spanish Flu - Jacqueline D. Antonovich, assistant professor of history, on the 100th anniversary of this world wide pandemic. Read More


The Sewanee Purple, October 03, 2018

Muhlenberg alumna and Sewanee visiting assistant professor of art Karen Seapker reflects on her exhibit, 'In Tandem.' Read More


The Morning Call, October 02, 2018

Yesterday's gubernatorial debate was moderated by "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek. A recent Muhlenberg College Poll had Wolf with 55 percent of support among likely voters, compared to Wagner's 36 percent. Read More


Newsweek En Espanol, October 02, 2018

The U. of Michigan and Muhlenberg College found that a record 73 percent of Americans believed there was "solid evidence" of climate change, while 60 percent believed that climate change "is happening" and that humans they are "at least partially responsible for the increase in temperature". Read More


Penn Live, October 01, 2018

Tonight is the one and only debate in the Pennsylvania gubernatorial race. Chris Borick, professor of political science, weighs in on what Gov. Tom Wolf and GOP challenger Scott Wagner need to do. Read More


WFMZ, September 30, 2018

Muhlenberg College defeated Franklin & Marshall 42-21 in a Centennial Conference game at Scotty Wood Stadium on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Mules improved to 4-0 this season both over all and in conference play. Watch Now


WFMZ, September 29, 2018

Behind the Ballot: Congressional races - "We're at one of the key centers of the midterm elections," says political science professor Chris Borick. Watch Now


WFMZ, September 28, 2018

Muhlenberg students and faculty followed the Christine Blasey Ford/Brett Kavanaugh hearing yesterday and offered their perspectives. Read More


Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 28, 2018

Pennsylvania Democrats increase midterm leads in new poll. In a recent Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll, voters in both parties said their opinions of President Trump are driving their votes for congressional candidates. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 28, 2018

'Blue Wave' May Swamp Republican Nominees For Governor, U.S. Senate in Pa.: A Muhlenberg College poll released last week showed Wolf leading Wagner and Casey leading Barletta. Read More


The Morning Call, September 27, 2018

Women in a male-dominated athletic administration world: Muhlenberg athletic director Lynn Tubman is featured along with other local women ADs. Read More


The Morning Call, September 27, 2018

Muhlenberg athletic director Lynn Tubman is all work, work, work ... even when she's home Read More


Bustle, September 27, 2018

President Trump's Comments on George Washington has Twitter Baffled: Congress in 2018 would indeed have reason to block his nomination to the Supreme Court, tweets Jacqueline Antonovich, assistant professor of history. Read More


WHYY, September 26, 2018

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf still holds a big lead in fundraising over his Republican rival Scott Wagner. A Muhlenberg College poll released last week showed Wolf with a 19-point lead over Wagner. Read More


Lehighvalleypress.com, September 26, 2018

30th annual Ovation Awards to honor Allentown arts leaders Sept. 27. Honorees include Jessica Bien, Muhlenberg College Department of Theatre and Dance, Outstanding Service to the Arts. Read More


Newsweek, September 26, 2018

Democrats and Republicans have more in common than they might think. Muhlenberg College & U. of Michigan found in May that a record 73% of all Americans believe there is "solid evidence" of climate change, while 60% think humans are "at least partially responsible." Read More


The Morning Call, September 25, 2018

Real-time results give public a glimpse behind polling curtain: Live-polling effort by the New York Times "shows the public how hard it is...and how many calls must be made," said Chris Borick, director of the Polling Institute. Read More


Daily Kos, September 24, 2018

Morning Digest: NRCC pulls the plug on vulnerable Pennsylvania GOP congressman - Findings from the latest Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll cited. Read More


WFMZ, September 23, 2018

Muhlenberg College football rolled to a 62-7 win over Juniata on Saturday afternoon in its homecoming game at Scotty Wood Stadium. With the victory, the Mules improved to 3-0 this year. Read More


The Morning Call, September 22, 2018

Sending lawmakers to Washington who will be a check on President Trump is a top motivating factor for Pennsylvania's likely voters, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll conducted less than two months before Election Day. Read More


The Hill, September 22, 2018

Democrats in Pennsylvania are posed for big wins in Senate and governor races, according to a Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll released Friday. Chris Borick, director of the Polling Institute, attributes some of these large leads to a desire among the electorate to counterbalance Trump. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 21, 2018

Two accusers, both college professors, challenge U.S. Supreme Court nominees. Is there meaning in that? Several top female academics from our region, including Marcia Morgan, associate professor of philosophy, weigh in. Read More


The Morning Call, September 21, 2018

Likely Pa. voters hold Catholic Church in low regard, but split on legal remedy for sex abuse survivors, according to a new poll Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll. Read More


WFMZ, September 21, 2018

"TAL: Beyond Imagination," returns to Muhlenberg College for an encore weekend of performances after a sold-out run this summer. Read More


WFMZ, September 21, 2018

Muhlenberg is eyeing an 3-0 start to the season with a contest against Juniata on Saturday. Read More


Post Journal (ny), September 19, 2018

Stay Off the Phone: Jacy Good '08 discusses dangers Of distracted driving to students. Her goal is to change state laws to ban cellphone use while driving. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 18, 2018

Muhlenberg students waited hours to vote at its assigned polling place, a local high school, said Michele Moser Deegan, a political science professor. So professors developed a relationship with the county election board and successfully lobbied to get on-campus polls. Read More


The Week, September 17, 2018

How Americans came to their senses about climate change: A recent U. of Michigan and Muhlenberg survey found 73% of Americans now believe in global warming. "There's lots of evidence that contemporary weather is a contributing factor to belief in climate change," says Prof. Chris Borick. Read More


The Morning Call, September 16, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Warning signs of climate change were abundant, writes Patricia Bradt, associate professor emerita of environmental science. Read More