Public Relations

In the Media - Fall 2017

  • WFMZ
    • The College is mentioned in an article about discussions by the Allentown Planning Commission and city residents to expand the student-overlay district. The proposed change could impact the numbers of students who reside in the same off-campus residences. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, commented on how Election Day success for Democrats likely mirrors national political sentiment. Read More
    • In this piece published last week, Michele Deegan, professor of political science, predicts whether the legalization of internet gambling in Pennsylvania will effect established casinos in the state. Read More
    • Michele Deegan (political science) was quoted in an article about internet gambling affecting Sands Casino Read More
    • Executive catering chef Jamie McKeon appeared on a television to prepare healthy meals as a prelude to the St. Luke's half marathon registration coverage. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the release of sealed information pertaining to the assassination of JFK. Read More
    • Alumnus David Caserta is featured in an article profiling his performance this weekend at the State Theatre in Easton. Read More
    • Coach Mike Donnelly is remembered in a video tribute, and current players and parents share their stories and memories of "Duke." Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on rising tensions among republican party members in the wake of Congressman Charlie Dent announcing his upcoming withdraw from politics. Read More
    • The sixth-annual 'Woofstock' held at Cedar Beach Park on Sat from noon to 5pm will feature the Muhlenberg College pep band. Read More
    • Muhlenberg Football, the treatment of Coach Donnelly and the challenges the team is facing head-on are featured. Read More
    • The research of Dan Klem, Sarkis Acopian Professor of Ornithology & Conservation, is featured in an article on bird-window collisions. Read More
  • The Morning Call
    • The womens basketball victory over Moravian was featured. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, was quoted in an article about the state house voting record of congressional candidate State Rep. Justin Simmons (R-Lehigh). Read More
    • Muhlenberg is mentioned in an article that mentions Allentown's plan to expand a student-overlay district, which will restrict occupancy counts for non College-owned student residences. Read More
    • Muhlenberg College football’s 29-14 win over Moravian in yesterday’s game is featured. Read More
    • Muhlenberg theatre students will perform dramatic readings of WWII letters at the Sigal Museum and Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society for Veterans Day. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on Republican Jeff Bartos' redirection from a US Senate race to a GOP Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor nomination. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, looked at the results of the Allentown mayoral race and the tendency of voters to select straight-ticket ballots. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, was quoted in an article about election results in Pennsylvania, and looking ahead to 2018.Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens basketball team was featured as part of a local college basketball preview. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg College/Morning Call mayoral poll is cited in an article highlighting the turnout and results of Mayor Ed Pawlowski's success in last night's election. Read More
    • Brandi Vallely '18 is featured as a key figure in Muhlenberg women's basketball's approach to a winning season and a possible fourth-consecutive Centennial Conference championship. Read More
    • Muhlenberg is among several regional colleges and universities mentioned in an article about a proposed endowment tax. Read More
    • Muhlenberg theatre students will participate in dramatic readings of WWII letters as part of a Veteran's Day event in Easton. Read More
    • 'Sunday in the Park with George' is declared “beautifully flawless” in a recent review. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg production of Sunday in the Park with George was reviewed. Read More
    • Professor of music Douglas Ovens and his upcoming performance at Miller Symphony Hall were featured. Read More
    • Douglas Ovens, professor of music, is featured in an article highlighting his upcoming performance with the Allentown Symphony Orchestra. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, weighs in on the challenges facing a write-in candidate trying to win Allentown's mayoral election. Read More
    • The Morning Call/Muhlenberg College mayoral poll is cited in an article that compares fundraising and spending by candidates. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg production of Sunday in the Park with George was previewed. The show runs Oct. 27-Nov. 5 in Empie Theatre. Read More
    • The Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll analyzing Allentown mayor’s race features three short videos with the leading candidates. Read More
    • Muhlenberg football’s 40-13 win yesterday at McDaniel is featured in an athletic recap. Read More
    • Jeff Rudski, professor of psychology, writes an op-ed in which he explores today's political climate through lessons he teaches students in the classroom. Read More
    • New wrestling coach Jason McLean is featured in a profile article. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, moderated a county executive business forum sponsor ed by the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation. Read More
    • Rich Niesenbaum, professor of biology and director of sustainability studies, explains the process that results in foliage color change—and shares why he's confident we'll see vibrant leaves. Read More
    • A Morning Call-Muhlenberg College election poll is cited in an article that reports on Allentown mayoral candidate Nat Hyman's decision to participate in Morning Call election coverage. Read More
    • A Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll that gauges the current favorability rating and the positive changes Allentown mayor Pawlowski brought to the city is cited. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the logical and political reasons for President Trump to visit and speak in Pennsylvania. Read More
    • A story about the man removed from Senator Pat Toomey's September town hall is updated; the man will not face charges. The event was sponsored and moderated by The Morning Call, PBS 39 and Muhlenberg College. Read More
    • The complications and unusual nature of Allentown's mayoral race is featured. The article cites a poll by Muhlenberg's Institute of Public Opinion, which assesses the candidate's current standing among likely voters. Read More
    • Muhlenberg's medical amnesty policy, which facilitates the safety of students by reducing concerns over reporting, is featured. These "good Samaritan" policies are implemented to reduce barriers to medical treatment. Read More
    • The Morning Call/Muhlenberg College mayoral poll is featured in 'Valley View: The Race for Allentown Mayor' podcast. Read More
    • Coach Mike Donnelly, the impact he had on his teams and the legacy he leaves behind are featured. Read More
    • Coach Mike Donnelly is remembered for his presence and service to local high school football camps and clinics.
    • The full results of the Morning Call/Muhlenberg College Poll on Allentown mayoral race have been published. Read More
    • The close race for Allentown's mayor and the Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll surveying likely voters is featured. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, discusses the growing divide between political affiliations in Lehigh and Northampton counties. Read More
    • A poll conducted by Muhlenberg's Institute of Public Opinion and The Morning Call is referenced. The poll found that 18 percent of residents ranked schools and education as the most important issue facing the city of Allentown. Read More
    • George Heitmann, professor emeritus of economics, writes an op-ed that asks whether healthcare is a right or a personal responsibility. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the growing pool of candidates looking to fill the role that will be vacated by Rep. Charlie Dent. Read More
    • Emily Davidson '19, Bess Fleischman '18 and Marten Edwards, professor of biology, are featured in an article, video and slideshow about the tick research they conduct on campus. Edwards' lab conducts research on lyme disease in a joint partnership with the Lehigh Valley Health Network. Read More
    • Muhlenberg is mentioned in an article that summarizes a meeting about a neighborhood zoning district. Allison Gulati, dean of students, attended the meeting and shared information about College initiatives for students. Read More
    • Diane Pierce-Williams, wife of Muhlenberg College President John Williams, will serve as the 2017 Honorary Chairwoman of “Faces of Literacy.” Read More
    • Marten Edwards, professor of biology, explains why swarms of flying ants are appearing and why the insects don't pose a threat. Read More
    • Football player Spencer Kirin '21 is mentioned in an article profiling the nominees for the 2017 NFF Chapter Scholar-Athlete Awards, which honors high school students for their accomplishments as athletes, scholars and citizens. Read More
    • Wescoe student and DACA recipient Armando Jimenez discusses his path to Muhlenberg and his future plans to become a lawyer. Read More
    • The work of Doug Ovens - 'Bertoia Sound Sculptures' - is featured in a preview of must-see fall art exhibits in the Lehigh Valley. Read More
    • The story of Wescoe student Armando Jimenez was featured in a Morning Call article about DACA. Read More
    • Muhlenberg football's 62-19 win over Wilkes and the 351 all-purpose yards record set by Nick Savant '18 are featured. Read More
    • The 'Dig in for Duke' campaign and yesterday's marrow registry and blood donation drive are featured. Softball player Hayley Peterson '18 and football player Declan Mandeville '20 share their personal stories for why these drives matter to them. Read More
    • The town hall with Senator Pat Toomey, which had questions submitted by an audience in advance and selected by PBS39, The Morning Call and Muhlenberg College, is featured. Read More
    • Muhlenberg's football team - and the rushing prowess of Nick Savant '18 - are featured in a preseason analysis of the squad. Read More
  • Muhlenberg College
    • This Summer Internship Is Wild: Jake McDaniel ’17 got behind-the-scenes experience at a show that broadcasts from Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve. Read More
    • Grant builds upon Muhlenberg’s Digital-Learning Partnership with an Allentown high school: Support from the Trexler Trust is helping Building 21 teachers implement digital technologies like podcasts into their teaching with support from Muhlenberg faculty, staff and students. Read More
    • The ultimate campus tour for students interested in health research: The sprawling grounds of the National Institutes of Health outside Washington, D.C. are home to a variety of opportunities for natural sciences majors. Read More
    • Get a behind the scenes look of “Sunday in the Park with George,” running this weekend through November 5! View More
    • Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation with Documents as Old as It Is: A new exhibit in Trexler Library’s Rare Books room traces the history of Lutheranism and Lutheran education from 1517 until today. Read More
    • A podcast that reminds young people of their power: Gary Pershad '18 uses what he’s learned in Muhlenberg marketing courses to advance a message of positivity and motivation among his peers. Read More
    • Get a behind the scenes look of “Sunday in the Park with George,” running this weekend through November 5! View More
    • Media advocacy students produce radio spots to encourage local young adults to get tested: A service learning partnership with Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center resulted in ads promoting quarterly HIV/STI testing for college students. Read More
    • Watch and learn at the Internation al Week Talent show. One group performing knows that dance is a universal language—especially at Muhlenberg. Read More
    • Does a congressional map unfairly favor one political party? Ben Lieberman ’19 conducted summer research at Muhlenberg on how partisan gerrymandering works to answer a question the Supreme Court is deliberating right now. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's golf team wrapped up its fall season by finishing fifth out of 15 teams at the Franklin & Marshall Invitational. Senior Robert Borkow led the Mules with a 77, one stroke ahead of both senior Evan Overcash and junior Ben Lieberman. Read More
    • Junior midfielder Kevin Irving of the Muhlenberg men's soccer team was named Centennial Conference offensive player of the week. Read More
    • Jason McLean named head wrestling coach: More than a decade after becoming the first All-American in program history, Jason McLean is returning to Muhlenberg as head wrestling coach. Read More
    • For his next trick, this professor will help you become a better public speaker. Students in Muhlenberg's Performance Magic class, taught by Phil La Porta '05, learn more than sleight of hand. Read More
    • To tell stories for others, first learn to share your own: Mike Doyle '94 stressed the importance of building strong relationships with peers and alumni to visiting students interested in public relations. Read More
    • Doug Peebles ‘87 shared wisdom—developed over his 30 years at a New York City asset management company—with Muhlenberg students visiting as part of the Career Road Trip. Read More
    • Rabbi Ambassador David N. Saperstein will be at Muhlenberg College on Sunday, October 8, to present 'Being the Hands of God: Our Social Justice Agenda in a Time of Crisis' for the annual Raoul Wallenberg Tribute Lecture and to receive the Wallenberg Honors from the College. Read More
    • Muhlenberg College receives $294,000 National Science Foundation grant for collaborative chemistry research. The award will allow participating Muhlenberg students to expand their understanding of chemistry-associated disciplines through research and faculty mentorships. Read More
    • Muhlenberg receives NSF grant to expand student understanding of chemistry-associated disciplines through research and faculty mentorships. Keri Colabroy, associate professor of chemistry, will serve as principle investigator. Read More
    • Summer research can take you places—like beautiful islands in the Pacific Northwest. Brooke Torjman '19 learned lifelong scientific skills while examining the shell preferences of hermit crabs off the coast of Washington. Read More
    • When Your Health Is on the Line, Are You Making Rational Choices? A family crisis inspired Michael Silverstein ‘18 to research how patients weigh the pros and cons of treatment—and what he found may surprise you. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg lab That literally buzzes with activity: Students collected data from bumblebees to support their own projects as well as the ongoing research of Jordanna Sprayberry, associate professor of biology. Read More
    • Kate Ekanem ‘21 found the ability to help herself (and others) on the internet. She’s been named to the Internet Society’s 25 Under 25 list for the work she’s done to empower women and girls in her native Nigeria. Read More
    • Coursework to police work: Muhlenberg seminar prepares Ashley Kemper '18 for NYPD internship. The insights Ashley Kemper ‘18 developed in a Muhlenberg seminar helped her contribute to the team at the NYPD police commissioner’s office. Read More
    • The “Muhlenberg Gives” event, part of the #DigInForDuke campaign, resulted in 377 new marrow-registry signups and approximately 59 blood donations. Read More
    • Gillian Irwin ‘13 Receives Second Fulbright Award. The Muhlenberg alumna will travel to Indonesia to research the effects of its music education program. Read More
    • Muhlenberg College announces agreement with American University’s Kogod School of Business. The partnership with American provides outstanding Muhlenberg economics and finance students with preferential access to a highly competitive master’s program in finance. Read More

  • Muhlenberg Web Sports
    • Postcards from Abroad: Jacob Saxon. A mathematics major, Jacob is currently abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France, at the Institute for American Universities (IAU College). Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens basketball team got off to a hot start before fading down the stretch in a 95-74 loss to Moravian. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg womens basketball team started the 2017-18 campaign w ith a 79-71 victory over Lehigh Valley rival Moravian. Read More
    • After helping their team finish with a 6-3 league mark and earn a postseason berth, 11 Muhlenberg football players were named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's basketball team prepares to start the 2017-18 season, one the team hopes ends with an unprecedented fourth straight Centennial Conference championship. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens basketball team gears up for the 2017-18 season with aspirations to return to the Centennial Conference playoffs. Read More
    • After finishing the regular season with a 7-3 record, the Muhlenberg football team was selected to play in the Asa A. Bushnell Bowl, one of four games in the third ECAC Division III Football Fest. Read More
    • Senior Matthew Stickney rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown to earn game MVP honors as the Muhlenberg football team retained possession of the Sodexo Trophy with a 29-14 win against rival Moravian. Read More
    • Corey Mullins ‘19 of the Muhlenberg men's cross country team qualified for the NCAA Championships for the 2nd straight year by finishing 8th at the NCAA Mideast Regional. The men came in 21st out of 51 complete teams, while the women were 16th out of 49 squads. Read More
    • Austin Sherman ‘20 reached the championship final at 141 to lead 3 Muhlenberg wrestlers who earned places at the Roger Williams Invitational. The Mules finished 7th out of 13 teams in a strong field that included 2 teams ranked in the National Wrestling Coaches Association preseason top 10. Read More
    • Muhlenberg junior Kelly Tornetta was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-North Region first team. The third player in program history selected to the all-region squad, Tornetta will be considered for All-America honors. Read More
    • Postcards from Abroad heads all the way over to Africa to visit with junior Stephen Koester of the Muhlenberg baseball team. A biology and environmental science double major, he is studying in Tanzania this semester. Read More
    • Three mens soccer juniors earned All-Centennial Conference recognition for the first time in their careers. Midfielder Kevin Irving was a first-team selection while back Brian Heckman and goalkeeper Jordan Schreer made the second team. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's basketball team was picked as the preseason favorite to win the Centennial Conference. The Mules earned their first-place selection in the CC poll for the second straight year, receiving 185 points and nine first-place votes. Read More
    • Two Muhlenberg field hockey seniors closed out their careers by making the All-Centennial Conference team for the first time. Alyssa Scott was a first-team selection, and Laura Holdman earned a second-team nod. Read More
    • Athletic plays of th e week include highlights from football, volleyball and wrestling. Watch Highlights
    • The Muhlenberg wrestling team opened its 2017-18 with a strong showing at the Ned McGinley Invitational hosted by King's, with four members placing in the top six. Read More
    • Michael Hnatkowsky passed for 343 yards and four touchdowns as the Muhlenberg football team rolled past Gettysburg, 39-14, to retain possession of the Old Tin Cup. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team nearly pulled off an incredible comeback, fighting off match point in two different sets before finally falling to Swarthmore, 3-1. Read More
    • Wrestling 2017-2018 Season Preview: The Muhlenberg College wrestling team features an up and coming program with a new head coach in Jason McLean and many returners looking forward to the 2017-18 season. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team travels to Baltimore in search of its first Centennial Conference championship this weekend. The third-seeded Mules (24-5) face second-seeded Swarthmore (20-6) in a matchup of regionally ranked teams in the second semifinal on Saturday at 3:30. Read More
    • Athletics ‘Post Cards From Abroad’ visits the Netherlands to catch up with Alisa DeLuca ‘19 from women's lacrosse, who is abroad this fall at Maastricht University. Read More
    • When he's competing as a member of the Muhlenberg golf team, junior Ben Lieberman has 18 holes on his mind. When he's not on the course, it's the 18 Congressional districts of Pennsylvania that he's been studying. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg womens basketball team received votes in two national preseason polls released earlier in the week. Read More
    • A story on the womens lacrosse and baseball teams and their activities in the community was featured. The article was written by Jordy Bonvini, Class of 2018. Read More
    • Sophomore tight end Ryan Curtiss of the Muhlenberg football team was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week. Curtiss tied a school & Centennial Conference record for catches by a tight end with 11 receptions for 159 yards in a 31-24 loss to No. 24 Johns Hopkins on SaturdayRead More
    • Top plays in Muhlenberg College athletics for the week ending October 24, 2017 included highlights in cross country, field hockey, fo otball, women's soccer and volleyball. View Video
    • The Muhlenberg men's cross country team finished in fourth place for the second straight year at the Centennial Conference Championships, hosted by Gettysburg. Junior Corey Mullins also came in fourth, earning All-CC recognition. Read More
    • Early Goal Spoils Men's Soccer Senior Day: Washington men's soccer team scored on the first shot of the game and went on to defeat Muhlenberg, 2-0, in the season finale for both teams. Read More
    • Michael Hnatkowsky set a school record for freshmen with 371 passing yards and threw for three touchdowns, including two that tied the score in the second half, but 21st-ranked Johns Hopkins scored a late touchdown to de feat Muhlenberg, 31-24. Read More
    • Volleyball Clinches First-Round Bye: Muhlenberg volleyball team clinched a first-round bye in the upcoming Centennial Conference playoffs with a 3-0 sweep of Washington College. Read More
    • Field Hockey Wins on Senior Night: The young field hockey team may have taken its lumps at the beginning of the season, but the end couldn't have gone much better. Read More
    • Muhlenberg College will induct seven individuals and one team into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 2018. Find out more about the inductees on MuhlenbergSports.com. Read More
    • MuhlenbergSports.com featured another entry in its Postcards from Abroad series: Erin Duca, a junior on the womens lacrosse team. Erin is studying at the Danish Institute of Scandinavia. She is a double major in media & communications and film studies. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg womens soccer team threw a scare into 20th-ranked Swarthmore, nearly coming back from a three-goal deficit in the second half before falling, 3-2. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team fell to Centennial Conference opponent Swarthmore, 3-0, in a battle of regionally ranked teams. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens soccer team overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit with two second-half goals and extended its unbeaten streak to five with a 2-1 win at Elizabethtown. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team won its third straight road game and its fourth consecutive game overall, defeating Swarthmore 2-1 in its next-to-last scheduled game. Read More
    • MuhlenbergSports.com featured top plays in Muhlenberg College athletics for the week ending October 22, in the sports of field hockey, football, mens soccer, womens soccer and volleyball. Read More
    • Three Honored by Centennial Conference: Junior goalie Jordan Schreer was named men's soccer defensive player of the week, junior middle Erica Schultz was named volleyball player of the week, and sophomore goalie Libby Juliano was selected women's soccer defensive player of the week. Read More
    • For the 2nd straight game, two Mule football players earned Centennial Conference honors. Junior cornerback Nate Corvil was named co-defensive player of the week, and freshman quarterback Michael Hnatkowsky was tabbed offensive player of the week for their roles in the Mules' 40-13 win at McDaniel. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team played stout defense in forcing a scoreless tie with regionally ranked McDaniel. The Mules (4-7-4, 2-3-3 CC) contained the third-best scoring team in the CC and the ninth-ranked squad in the Mid-Atlantic region. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team clinched a Centennial Conference playoff berth for the fourth time in five years by defeating McDaniel, 3-1. Read More
    • Michael Hnatkowsky tied his own school record for freshmen with five touchdown s and the defense forced five turnovers as the Muhlenberg football team came out of its bye week with a convincing 40-13 win at McDaniel. Read More
    • Sophomore Matthew Athanas-Linden scored with just 16 seconds left in the second overtime period to give the Muhlenberg men's soccer team a thrilling 1-0 win at McDaniel. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team continued its late-season push, scoring three second-half goals to win at McDaniel, 3-0. Read More
    • Postcards from abroad: women's basketball player Eva Sodaitis '19 shares updates from Florence, Italy. Read More
    • Muhlenberg senior Emma Rosenthal was selected to participate in the 2017 Victory Sports Tours/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III Senior Game, scheduled for Saturday, November 18at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky. Read More
    • Volleyball earns regional ranking: The Muhlenberg volleyball team is sixth in the Mid-Atlantic in the first NCAA regional rankings of the 2017 season. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team continued its run of excellent play against top competition, tying Dickinson 1-1. Read More
    • Five different players scored goals as the Muhlenberg field hockey team rolled to a 5-0 win at Moravian. The win was the second straight for the Mules (4-9), who have three Centennial Conference games remaining as they push for a playoff spot. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team solidified its Centennial Conference playoff chances with a come-from-behind 3-1 win at Franklin & Mar shall. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team overcame an early goal to come back and tie its non-conference match against Kean. Defensive efforts paid off when sophomore Alyssa Rose scored the game-tying goal in the 62nd minute. Read More
    • Top plays in Muhlenberg College athletics for the week included highlights in cross country, field hockey, men's soccer, women's soccer and volleyball. Read More
    • Several Mules recently had the opportunity to travel to New York City for the Career Center's second annual Career Road Trip. Approximately 70 Muhlenberg students took part in the Road Trip, which sent them to one of six organizations to gain insight into various industries and network with alumni. Read More
    • Rachel Richards '21 scored her second goal of the season with 1:33 left in the second overtime to give the Muhlenberg field hockey team a thrilling 1-0 home win against Gettysburg. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team battled Gettysburg for two overtimes in a hard-fought back-and-forth affair before falling on a goal with just 72 seconds left. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team earned its 20th victory of the season by sweeping Gettysburg, 3-0, as part of a home tri-match. The Mules (20- 4, 5-1 CC) have now achieved 20 wins in a season 11 times in program history, including four of the last five years. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team scored three goals, including two from junior Kevin Irving, for the second straight match to win 3-0 over Ursinus. The Mules (4-7-2, 1-4-1 CC) picked up their first Centennial Conference victory of the season in a game they controlled from start to finish. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg cross country teams performed extremely well at the Gettysburg Invitational, running on the same course to which they will return in two weeks for the Centennial Conference Championships. Read More
    • Remembering Mike Donnelly: View a video tribute to the winningest coach in Muhlenberg football history and a beloved member of our community. Read More
    • One long shot is all the Muhlenberg women's soccer team needed to defeat Ursinus, 1-0. The game was less than eight minutes away from overtime when senior Carly DeNigris sent a high lofting shot from well outside the box toward the Ursinus goal. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team scored three second-half goals, two by junior Kevin Irving, to defeat Lehigh Valley rival Moravian, 3-1. The victory gave Muhlenberg a 2-1 lead in the 2017-18 Matte Award standings. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team picked up an important Centennial Conference victory by sweeping Ursinus, 3-0. The Mules improved their overall record to 19-3, marking the second-fastest point in a season in which they reached 19 wins. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team made a strong comeback effort against four-time defending Centennial Conference champion Ursinus before falling, 2-1. Read More
    • Top plays in Muhlenberg College athletics for the week ending October 8, 2017 include field hockey, football, men's soccer, women's soccer and volleyball. Read More
    • Sophomores Mickey Kober and Joseph O'Hagan of the Muhlenberg football team received Centennial Conference weekly honors. Kober was named defensive player of the week, and O'Hagan was named the co-special teams player of the week. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team stayed even with nationally ranked Johns Hopkins for a half before falling, 1-0.Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team witnessed its winning streak come to a close at 12 matches, falling in three sets to nationally ranked Johns Hopkins. Read More
    • Facing another strong opponent, the Muhlenberg men's soccer team applied early pressure before succumbing to a 2-0 defeat to Gettysburg. Read More
    • Days after the passing of Mike "Duke" Donnelly, the Muhlenberg football team combined many of the elements that made him the most successful coach in program history–a crucial defensive stop, a key special teams play and a player stepping up–to earn a 21-14 win against previously undefeated Ursinus. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team overcame a slow start to push Johns Hopkins before eventually falling, 2-0. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team made a comeback and played tough defensively to defeat Bryn Mawr, 4-1. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team picked up its first Centennial Conference win of the season with a 5-0 home shutout of Bryn Mawr. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team received three votes and was named on more than one ballot in this week's American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III poll. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team extended its winning streak to 12 matches by sweeping Centennial Conference foe Bryn Mawr. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg College community mourns the passing of football coach Mike Donnelly. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens soccer team again proved to be a tough assignment for one of the best teams in Division III, taking Rowan to overtime before falling, 3-2. Read More
    • For the third year in a row, the Muhlenberg men's golf team won the Muhlenberg Invitational held at Lehigh Country Club. The Mules finished three strokes ahead of Dickinson and Moravian with a team score of 302, their third-lowest score ever at their home event. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team continued to play tough against strong competition, taking nationally ranked and undefeated Johns Hopkins to a second overtime before falling 1-0. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg football team cut a 17-point deficit to three but fell short and dropped a 17-14 decision at Franklin & Marshall. The loss snapped the Mules' school-record 10-game road winning streak, which was the second-longest active streak in Division III entering the day. Read More
    • Corey Mullins '19 came in second in the long race to highlight the day for the Muhlenberg cross country teams at the Dickinson Long/Short Invitational. The meet consisted of four races, an 8K and a 4K for the men and a 6K and a 4K for the women. Read More
    • Muhlenberg volleyball elevated its winning streak to 11 matches by completing a perfect 3-0 weekend at Ramapo's Roadrunner Invitational. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's tennis team put a bow on its fall season with a strong performance at the ITA Southeast Regional in Fredericksburg, Va. The Mules were led by sophomore Alex Dagilis, who reached the consolation final of the B3 singles draw. Read More
    • Check out the must-see moments in Muhlenberg College Athletics in this week's Plays of the Week, featuring field hockey, football, men's soccer, women's soccer and volleyball. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team, looking for yet another upset of Montclair State, got off to a great start but ultimately fell, 5-1. Read More
    • The second doubles team of juniors Shelby Knafo and Carina Nicolaisen picked up a win for the Muhlenberg women's tennis team at Stevens. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team earned a hard-fought point in battling nationally ranked Haverford to a 0-0 draw. Read More
    • Behind a career-high 24 kills from sophomore Maggie Enestvedt, the Muhlenberg volleyball team won 3-1 at Susquehanna for its eighth straight victory. Read More
    • Sophomore Kat Hodges continued her impressive start to the 2017-18 season by shooting a 78 at the Ursinus Fall Invitational. Hodges, who opened the season by winning the Swarthmore/Neumann Invitational earlier in September, finished in a tie for fourth and five strokes off the winning score. Read More
    • Sophomore Casarah Morales netted another long-distance goal in Muhlenberg women's soccer's 5-1 defeat at DeSales. Read More
    • For the third time in her career, junior Shannon Hubert of the Muhlenberg volleyball team was named Centennial Conference player of the week. Read More
    • Freshman Michael Hnatkowsky of the Muhlenberg football team was named offensive player of the week by the Centennial Conference. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens tennis team won the doubles point against Division I Lafayette in its first dual match of the fall season. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg womens soccer team extended its school-record streak of consecutive overtime games to four, battling Dickinson to a 1-1 draw. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team extended its winning streak to seven games, sweeping Centennial Conference foe Dickinson before beating DeSales in five sets. Read More
    • Michael Hnatkowsky accounted for five touchdowns in his first career start and senior Nick Savant rushed for 162 yards in his return to full duty as the Muhlenberg football team improved to 3-1 with a 56-40 win at Juniata. Read More
    • Senior Emma Rosenthal had another big game in goal, but the Muhlenberg field hockey team could not generate enough offense in a 1-0 home loss to Dickinson. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens soccer team came back to tie once but not a second time and fell at home to Swarthmore, 2-1. Read More
    • Volleyball wins CC opener at Haverford: The Muhlenberg volleyball team rolled into Centennial Conference play by continuing its winning streak to five straight matches, defeating Haverford 3-1. Read More
    • Defense shines for field hockey: Despite an excellent effort by its defense, the Muhlenberg field hockey team suffered a 1-0 loss at Haverford. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team battled Lehigh Valley rival DeSales to two overtimes before falling on a goal with just 3:45 left on the clock. Read More
    • Women's soccer forces double overtime with Haverford. The Muhlenberg women's soccer team looked destined to tie another Centennial Conference opponent until a late Haverford goal resulted in a 2-1 loss. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's tennis team competed against Lehigh Valley rival Moravian in its first home match of the 2017-18 season. Muhlenberg won three games in both singles and doubles. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's golf team had its best performance of the 2017-18 year to date, finishing second in a large field of 28 teams at the Elizabethtown Invitational. Read More
    • Freshman Dan Kurson set a school record by shooting 149 over 36 holes to lead the Muhlenberg mens golf team at the Penn State Harrisburg Invitational. Read More
    • Junior Corey Mullins of the cross country and track & field teams won the Sidney G. Weikert Sophomore Athlete of the Year Award for his performance during the 2016-17 academic year. The award was presented at halftime of the Homecoming football game against Susquehanna.
    • Senior Mickey Schindler won the 50th and 51st match of his career as the Muhlenberg men's tennis team opened its season at the Connecticut College Tournament. The two wins gave him 51 for his career - 28 in singles and 23 in doubles. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg cross country teams braved the extreme humidity to fare well at the Division II/III Challenge, hosted by Kutztown. Read More
    • Senior Emma Rosenthal set a career high with 19 saves in the Muhlenberg field hockey team's 3-0 loss at 14th-ranked Franklin & Marshall. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team opened up Centennial Conference play with a 0-0 tie at Franklin & Marshall. Sophomore goalie Libby Juliano completed fifth career shutout. Read More
    • After winning three straight close games against Susquehanna, the Muhlenberg football team fell in another tight contest, 14-11. Read More
    • Volleyball comes back to win twice: Facing tough opponents, the Muhlenberg volleyball team battled back from down 2-0 in both of its matches and earned five-set victories against Scranton and Stockton. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team played undefeated and regionally ranked Drew even for the first 45 minutes before a flurry of second-half goals resulted in a 6-0 defeat. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team grinded its way into overtime with its Lehigh Valley riva l Moravian before succumbing to a goal and a 1-0 defeat. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball swept its way past rival Moravian, 3-0, to earn the first Matte Award point of 2017-18. The Mules (8-2) built early leads in each of the three sets and battled past many Moravian rallies to earn victories of 25-22, 25-18, 25-23 in the match. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team is heading into Centennial Conference play on a high note. Senior Alexandria DeAngelo scored two goals and freshman Marlee Siegel and junior Stephi Rydgren added one each as the Mules toppled King's, 4-1, for their first win of the season. Read More
    • Women's Soccer Takes No. 20 Arcadia to Last Minute. The Muhlenberg women's soccer team gave nationally ranked Arcadia all it could handle before falling, 3-2, on a last-minute goal. Read More
    • Senior Robert Borkow shot a 76 to finish seventh and lead the Muhlenberg men's golf team to a fourth-place showing at the Swarthmore/Neumann Invitational, its first tournament of the 2017-18 season. Read More
    • Sophomore Mark Riggio rushed for two touchdowns and the defense allowed only 234 total yards as the Muhlenberg football team defeated Dickinson, 25-6, in its Centennial Conference opener. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team rolled up a 35-4 advantage in shots and defeated Delaware Valley, 3-0, in the first round of the Arcadia Invitational. The Mules (2-1) will play host Arcadia, ranked 20th in the Division III preseason poll, in the second round. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team closed out its 20th annual Buttermaker Tournament with a 3-1 victory over Virginia Wesleyan. After falling in its first match to Cabrini 3-0, the Mules (7-2) came back in the afternoon with victories in the first, second and fourth sets. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team fought its way to a 0-0 draw with Centenary (N.J.) in a game filled with close opportunities. The Mules (2-0-1) led the Cyclones (0-3-1) in shot opportunities, 24-19, including eight different chances in the overtime periods. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team played its third straight one-goal game to start the season, coming up short at Elizabethtown, 2-1. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team won its first match and came close to beating a tough second opponent in day one of its annual Buttermaker Tournament, improving to 6-0 by defeating SUNY Cortland in its first match. They then battled Stevenson, a NCAA tournament qualifier last year, to five sets. Read More
    • Wrestlers honor fallen heroes: The Muhlenberg wrestling team ran in the Travis Manion 9/11 Heroes Run at Parkland High School. Read More
    • Junior Jordan Schreer of the Muhlenberg men's soccer team was named defensive player of the week by the Centennial Conference. Schreer did not allow a goal in 188 minutes in a 1-0-1 week for the M ules. Read More
    • Kat Hodges started her sophomore season with the Muhlenberg women's golf team by winning a tournament, capturing medalist honors at the Swarthmore/Neumann Invitational. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team poured in three goals in each half on its way to a 6-1 victory over Immaculata. The six goals for the Mules (2-0) were the most in a home opener since 2004 (6-0 vs. Hunter) and the most in any game since 2014's 8-2 win over DeSales. Read More
    • The top plays in Muhlenberg College athletics for the week ending September 4, 2017 included achievements in the sports of men's cross country, field hockey, football, men's soccer, women's soccer and volleyball. Read More
    • Two Muhlenberg athletes were honored by the Centennial Conference for their performances in the opening weekend of the year. Junior Corey Mullins was named men's cross country athlete of the week, and junior Kelly Tornetta was co-player of the week in volleyball. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg womens soccer team conceded a pair of first-half goals and got only half of them back in the second half, falling 2-1 at Wilkes to suffer its first loss of the season. Read More
    • For the second time in his career, running back Nick Savant ’18 was named Centennial Conference offensive player of the week. Savant rushed 18 times for 271 yards and four touchdowns while catching two passes for 80 yards and another score in the Mules' season-opening 62-19 win against Wilkes. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg volleyball team opened the 2017 season with a perfect weekend, winning all four of its matches at Gettysburg's Battlefield Classic. Sweeps of Penn State Altoona and Hood and four-set victories over St. Mary's and Bethany gave the Mules their first 4-0 start since 1994. Read More
    • Senior Nick Savant broke one school record and tied two others as the Muhlenberg football team opened the 2017 season with a 62-19 win against Wilkes. Read More
    • The Mules, who open the 2017 season versus Wilkes at Scotty Wood Stadium today at 1:00, head into the season ranked second in the Centennial Conference preseason poll and received votes in the D3football.com preseason poll as well. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg men's soccer team came back from a 1-0 deficit by scoring twice in a four-minute span of the second half to defeat a strong Lebanon Valley squad, 2-1, in its 2017 season opener. Read More
    • Field hockey drops their season opener. The 16th-ranked Muhlenberg field hockey team started the 2017 season with a 2-1 defeat at Scranton. Read More
    • Junior Corey Mullins and senior Jamie Pacilio opened the 2017 campaign in fine form at the Lehigh Invitational. Mullins finished first among non-Division I runners and 10th overall, while Pacilio came in second among non-Division I runners and seventh overall. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg women's soccer team dominated in their opening match of the season with a 1-0 win at Gwynedd Mercy. The Mules racked up a 22-2 advantage in shots and did not permit a shot on goal until the final minute. Read More
    • "Muhlenberg Gives" is part of the #DigInForDuke campaign, which began after Muhlenberg head football coach Mike Donnelly was diagnosed with acute monocytic leukemia in the spring of 2017 and chose to use his condition as an opportunity to raise awareness about cancer. Read More
    • Volleyball Season Preview: The Mules who start their seasons Friday at Gettysburg’s Battlefield Classic, field a roster of 10 underclassmen. The team returns all but one starter from a 2016 team that won 20 games for the 10th time in program history & advanced to the Centennial Conference semifinals. Read More
    • Men's Soccer Season Preview: The men's soccer team heads into the 2017 season looking to make it back to the Centennial Conference playoffs and battle for a conference title. The season opens Friday at Lebanon Valley before returning to Varsity Field for the home opener Sep 6 against Immaculata. Read More
    • Men's Basketball returns to The Palestra: The Muhlenberg men's basketball team will play in the most storied gymnasium in the history of collegiate athletics when it faces McDaniel at The Palestra on Jan 14 . Read More
    • The Muhlenberg field hockey team is ranked 16th in the 2017 National Field Hockey Coaches Association preseason poll. The Mules are coming off a season in which they finished 18-3, breaking by four the 27-year-old school record for wins in a season. Read More
    • "Muhlenberg Gives" is part of the #DigInForDuke campaign, which began after Muhlenberg head football coach Mike Donnelly was diagnosed with acute monocytic leukemia in the spring of 2017 and chose to use his condition as an opportunity to raise awareness about cancer. Read More

  • Other News
    • 90.5 WESA
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, weighs in on the feasibility of Governor Tom Wolf's calls to make birth control coverage a state mandate. Read More
    • Adweek
      • Alumna Kate (McLaughlin) Santore '06 is featured in Adweek's "10 Young Talents Who Are Defining the Next Generation of Marketing." Santore is senior integrated marketing content manager for The Coca-Cola Company. Read More
    • Aspire
      • 'Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City,' recently published by Joesph Elliott, professor of art, is featured in a book review. Read More
    • Audubon Society
      • Dan Klem, Sarkis Acopian Professor of Ornithology & Conservation Biology, and Peter Saenger, Acopian Ornithological Specialist, are cited in an article for their work reducing bird-window collisions. Read More
    • Baltimore Sun
      • Football player Max Kirin '20 is featured. Kirin leads Muhlenberg this season with 31 catches for 386 yards and six touchdowns. Read More
    • BBC
      • In a piece he wrote for the BBC, professor of political science Chris Borick explores whether US workers are more or less optimistic a year after the 2016 presidential election. Read More
    • Billboard
      • Francesca Coppa, professor of English, talks about the success of pop star-turned-actor Harry Styles in the film Dunkirk and about her research in fan culture. Read More
    • Black Enterprise
      • President Williams is featured in an article that discusses leveraging human capital. In the article, he shares some of the success seen in the first years of The Muhlenberg Network. Read More
    • Boston Herald
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the best possible scenario for Democratic challengers for the open seat vacated by Rep. Tim Murphy. Read More
    • Bucks County Courier Times
      • Alumnus Stephen Weiner is featured as closer for "The Honeymooners," based on the iconic 1950s TV series and playing at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Read More
    •  CNBC
      • Sam Stovall '77, CFRA chief investment strategist, provides insight to the market's bull run and the U.S. economy. Read More
    • Connecticut News Times
      • Corey Mullins '19 is featured for his recent honor as the Sidney G. Weikert Sophomore Athlete of the Year Award recipient. Read More
    • Easton-Express Times
    • Everything Band Podcast
      • Andrew Ardizzoia, assistant professor of music, shares his educational and performance background and inspiration for teaching. Read More
    • Hakol Lehigh Valley
      • Muhlenberg College Hillel is featured for their work to create over 100 Rosh Hashanah gift bags for older adults living in the Lehigh Valley. Read More
    • HowlRound
      • Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre, was interviewed for HowlRound, an online theatre commons community. She is discussing her work with Black Acting Methods. Read More
    • Inside Higher Ed
      • Provost Kathleen Harring is mentioned in an article that profiles new presidents and provosts at institutes of higher education. Read More
    • Insurance Journal
      • Alumnus Steve Arora is featured for his new role as chief executive officer of AXIS Re. Read More
    • Jewish Community Voice
      • Rachel Waldman '14 has been named the new Hillel and Young Leadership director for the Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, N.J. Read More
    • Lancaster Online
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on governor candidate Scott Wagner and senator candidate Lou Barletta and the strategies needed for each to succeed in their bids. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Business
      • Jerome Markowitz ‘39 and Allen Organ Co., the company he founded while a student at Muhlenberg, are featured in an article profiling the organization’s past and present. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Live
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, was quoted in a Lehigh Valley Live article about h ow election results in Northampton County mirror national trends. Read More
    • My Central Jersey
      • New head wrestling coach Jason McLean is featured in a story that chronicles the return of Muhlenberg's first All-American to his alma mater. Read More
    • New Jersey Herald
      • Muhlenberg College is cited as a source of research on pollinators and their preference for specific types of asters. Read More
    • New Jersey Jewish News
      • Eta Levenson, the mother of Eric Levenson (Class of 2010), wrote an article in the New Jersey Jewish News on how to comfort a grieving parent. Eric passed away in 2016 after a long battle with severe depression. Read More
    • News Talk
      • Susan Falciani, special collections & archives librarian, shares a story of the book thief thwarted by Muhlenberg College librarians in the 1980s. Read More
    • Next City
      • For election day, Media Comm faculty & student Emmia Newman, released a story profiling voter engagement efforts of Allentown nonprofit, POWER Northeast. Supported by Solutions Journalism Network’s Reentry Project, a news initiative about solutions to challenges facing people returning from prison. Read More
    • NY Blueprint
      • Daniel Leisawitz, Assistant professor of Italian, will examine the work of Jewish-Roman poet and historian Crescenzo Del Monte at the Center for Jewish History on Monday. Read More
    • Penn Current
      • Ira Blum '10, director of Jewish student life at Penn Hillel, is profiled in an article that explores his educational and personal background and role at the University of Pennsylvania. Read More
    • Penn Live
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on how voter fatigue and frustration with politics may account for lower voter registration numbers. Read More
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, weighs in on the reasons behind the Republican Party advantage in Pennsylvania elections. Read More
    • Philadelphia Tribune
      • Alumnus Zane Johnson is profiled for his work and passion fo r social justice. While a law student at Temple University's Stephen and Sandra Sheller Center for Social Justice, Johnson explored Philadelphia policies that prevented returning citizens from regaining their licenses after incarceration. Read More
      • Muhlenberg alumnus Dr. James Williams '51, a veteran of the renowned Tuskegee Airmen, is remembered in a recent obituary. Read More
    • Philly Voice
      • The College and its namesake Henry Melchior Muhlenberg are briefly mentioned in an article about 17th century mystic Johannes Kelpius. Read More
    • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the traditional turnout for judicial races and how a surge in attendance could signal a pending swing in electoral sentiment. Read More
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the possibilities for flipping an open seat vacated by Rep. Tim Murphy. Read More
      • Senator Pat Toomey's town hall, with audience questions selected by PBS39, The Morning Call and Muhlenberg College, is featured. Read More
    • Reading Eagle
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the many reasons behind a shrinking number of consensus-seekers in Congress. Read More
      • Muhlenberg alumnus and Sarkis Acopian director of conservation science at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Keith Bildstein has his latest book, 'Raptors: The Curious Nature of Diurnal Birds of Prey' featured. Read More
      • Football alumnus Tony Concordia '18 is featured as a future inductee for the Berks Catholic Hall of Fame. Concordia caught 102 passes and scored 15 touchdowns in his career with the Mules. Read More
    • Republican Herald
      • A novel by Darryl Ponicsan '59, "Last Flag Flying," will be adapted to a film directed by Richard Linklater and starring Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne and Steve Carell. Read More
    • San Francisco BayView
      • Jonathan Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, is profiles. This summer Lassiter completed a fellowship in the Visiting Professors’ Program at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at UCSF. Read More
    • Staten Island Live
      • Alumnus Joe Brancale was featured on SILive.com for capturing a Triple Crown road racing title. Read More
      • Track & field alumnus Joseph Brancale is featured in an article on the upcoming 41st annual Celic Brothers 4-mile race, the last event in the Long Island Triple Crown race series. Brancale has become a recurring star in the metropolitan running scene. Read More
    • Tap Into
      • Jessica Cooperman, assistant professor of religion studies and director of Jewish Studies, is profiled for an upcoming lecture where she will discuss the establishment of the "three faiths of American democracy" as an unintentional consequence of involvement in World War I. Read More
    • The Algemeiner
      • Peter A. Pettit, IJCU and Religion Studies, was cited for his recent Christian Century cover essay and broader work on Christian engagement with Israel. Read More
    • The Garden City News
      • Alumnus Mike Kern is featured as a top finisher in the 2017 CrossFit Games. Kern served as a wide receiver on Muhlenberg's football team in the 1990s. Read More
    • The Guardian
      • Political science professor Chris Borick was quoted in an article in The Guardian about the unwavering support of individuals who voted for President Trump. Read More
    • The Ithacan
      • Muhlenberg alumnus Jeremy Menard is featured in a Q&A for the Ithaca College newspaper. Menard is the new manager of TV and Radio Operations for Ithaca. Read More
    • The Jewish Chronicle
      • Peter A. Pettit (IJCU & Religion Studies) is quoted in a story about the impact of a recent study trip in Israel and Palestine for Protestant seminary faculty. Read More
    • The Jewish Exponent
      • The recent IJCU Wallenberg Tribute Lecture, featuring Rabbi Ambassador David N. Saperstein, is featured. Read More
    • The Lafayette
      • Mohsin Hashim, professor of political science, lectured about the Rohingya crisis, an ongoing military breakdown of the Rakhine state in Myanmar.Read More
      • The art installation "WIEDER GROSS," by Frederick Wright Jones, assistant professor of art, and hosted at Lafayette College's gardeHouse, is featured. Read More
    • The Parkersburg News & Sentinel
      • All-American football alumnus Harold William “Bill” Bell will be inducted into West Virginia's Parkersburg High School Football Hall of Fame. Bell was a co-captain of Muhlenberg's 1946 Tobacco Bowl team. Read More
    • The Pocono Record
      • Raymond Barnes, professor of art, will serve as juror for 'The Earth Speaks IV – A Juried Exhibition on the Environmental Crisis,' hosted by the Pocono Arts Council, in April 2018. Read More
    • The Tribune Democrat
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, acknowledges that voters are usually not swayed by who a gubernatorial candidate chooses as a lieutenant governor possibility. Read More
    • The University of Michigan Press
      • Francesca Coppa, professor of English, is interviewed about her new book, 'The Fanfiction Reader: Folk Tales for the Digital Age.' Read More
    • The University Record (University of Michigan)
      • About 3 of every 4 Americans support net energy metering policies, which allow residents with renewable energy sources to sell excess energy back to the grid. The study was conducted by Muhlenberg's Institute of Public Opinion and the Ford School at the University of Michigan. Read More
    • The Valley Ledger
      • James Peck, professor of theatre, weighs in on why Stephen Sondheim's 'Sunday in the Park with George,' which opens this weekend at Muhlenberg, is one of the writer's best works. Read More
      • Narges Mohammad Mahdi '18, talks about the recent Society of the Arts (SOT A) annual 'Luncheon With the Authors.' In attendance were Barbara Crossette '63, Diane Pierce Williams and former dean of academic life and current SOTA member Carol Wilson, among others. Read More
    • Think Company
      • Alumnus Ryan Killeen shares how the perspectives and challenges of collaborators and the critical thinking that served as a foundation for his liberal arts education prepared him for a lifetime of learning. Read More
    • Variety
      • Stephen Soroka '03 sold the series "Boring, OR" to ABC. Jack Black will serve as executive producer, and Soroka will serve as writer and supervising producer. Read More
    • WDIY FM
      • James Peck, professor of theatre, discusses 'Sunday in the Park with George,' which he directs and which opens this weekend. Read More
    • WHYY
      • Joseph Elliott, professor of art, discusse d his photographic process in his recently released book 'Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City.' Read More
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on how dissatisfaction with the current political system may be contributing to a decline in voter registration. Read More