Muhlenberg Today

Why I Study … Queer China

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Casey James Miller explains how he came to his area of research.

Muhlenberg's Reach

In the Media

Muhlenberg College faculty, students and staff share their knowledge and experience with the world.

Mule Movers


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First Mule-a-Thon Was “an Absolute Success”

Our goal was to involve the entire Muhlenberg community in a philanthropic effort. The 172 students who participated raised $11,000 for the Amber Louise Elchert Foundation, an organization founded in memory of a 2013 alum.

More Student stories


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Inside the Cell

Professor of Biology and Co-Director of Biochemistry Amy Hark shares her interest in genes and gene expression with students in the classroom, in her lab and via a research consortium she’s been part of since 2009.

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Moving Beyond Language

Professor of English Grant Scott is supporting senior English majors as they learn to analyze and critique novels that contain only images.

More Faculty stories


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Exhibiting Leadership

As president and executive director of the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., Aileen Chumard Fuchs ’01 tells the stories of the spaces people design, construct and inhabit.

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Physical Education

In his new role, former Muhlenberg point guard Toomey Anderson ’03 is expanding access to athletics for the 17,000 students in the Allentown School District.

More Alumni stories


Muhlenberg faculty and alumni share their expertise and opinions on relevant topics.

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Survey Says ...

By: Christopher Borick

Are political polls flawed, or does the public expect too much of them?

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Migration Risks

By: Marcia Morgan

The war in Ukraine highlights the need to reform international refugee law.

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Ballot Questions

By: Sarah Niebler ’04

Encouraging participation in a democracy should not be a partisan claim.

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