Muhlenberg in the News

Recent media coverage of Muhlenberg College and its people

WFMZ, January 26, 2020

Playing careers ending for Zerbe twins

Big sister Maggie played at Muhlenberg and now works for the 76ers. Abbie is wrapping up her college career at Muhlenberg. Read More


Billy Penn (whyy), January 24, 2020

'Regular people' over Wall Street: How the Working Families Party could shake up Philly City Hall

Having a third-party alternative is probably a major shift in Pennsylvania politics, said Chris Borick, of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 23, 2020

Breaking Down the Rules of the Impeachment Trial

Impeachment is fundamentally a political process, not a legal one, said Professor of Political Science Lanethea Mathews-Schultz, who was interviewed, along with three Muhlenberg students, about the impeachment process. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 23, 2020

When Women Lead

Watch the full segment of the program which features Muhlenberg President Kathleen Harring as well as other Lehigh Valley female collegiate leaders. Watch Now


The Houston Press, January 21, 2020

The Band's Visit Comes to Houston and Good News, It's For More Than One Night

Muhlenberg alumna Jennifer Apple secured the role of Anna in the show, which is the winner of ten Tony Awards including Best Musical. Read More


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 21, 2020

State races drawing attention from national political groups

With PA set to lose a congressional seat by 2022, the next redistricting has enormous implications for state politics for a decade to come, said Chris Borick, director of Muhlenberg College's Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


Modern Ghana, January 21, 2020

Gender Ministry Applauds SHE-CAN Humanitarian Organization

SHE-CAN, a humanitarian organization that empowers young women from post-conflict countries to become productive leaders, announced the new scholars including Jennifer Maxwell, who will join Muhlenberg College in the fall. Read More


Glass On Web, January 21, 2020

At the National Glass Association Annual Conference, bird-friendly glass glazing was the subject of heated debate. Dr. Daniel Klem, an expert in the field from Muhlenberg College, weighed in on the importance of making windows safe for birds. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 20, 2020

When Women Lead: College Presidents Discuss Leadership, Education

President Harring as well as the leaders of Lafayette, Cedar Crest and LCCC discussed leadership and higher education in a forum last Friday. Watch the full program on PBS39 at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21. Read More


Easton Express-Times, January 20, 2020

That's a peregrine falcon on the Peace Candle. Will the threatened bird call Easton home?

Peter Saenger, president of the Lehigh Valley Audubon Society and a specialist with the Acopian Center for Ornithology at Muhlenberg College, comments. Read More


The Morning Call, January 20, 2020

Here's why the Lehigh Valley is seeing massive flocks of snow geese, but are there too many?

If we get hit with a cold snap and a foot of snow, they'll be in New Jersey in a heartbeat, said Peter Saenger, specialist at Muhlenberg's Acopian Center for Ornithology. But they'll be back. Read More


Vox, January 20, 2020

The National Archives edited a Women's March picture to be less critical of Trump

The irony, says historian and Muhlenberg professor Jacqueline Antonovich, is "how easily we can sanitize the suffrage movement itself, blurring out all of the inconvenient parts we don't want to grapple with." Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 18, 2020

Muhlenberg College Kicks Off Opioid Prevention Project

Kevan Shah, a sophomore at the College, studied the impact of opioid overdose deaths in Lehigh County. Spurred by the results of his research, Shah sought to "mobilize" his campus community to address the county's overdose death rates. Watch Now


Neighborhood News, January 17, 2020

Nutley High School's Abby Scheidel is 7th Player in NHS Basketball History to Reach 1,000 Point Milestone

She will head to Muhlenberg College next fall. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 17, 2020

Muhlenberg College gets a $100,000 grant for opioid programs

Kevan Shah '22 is leading a fight to save Pennsylvanians from the opioid crisis. Read More


WFMZ, January 17, 2020

Muhlenberg College is teaming up with the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs to prevent overdose deaths

Kevan Shah '22 saw a need for education in opioid prevention. Read More


The Morning Call, January 16, 2020

Theater

Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre announces its 40th anniversary season with a frothy musical and two original works and 2016 Muhlenberg graduate Jakeim Hart is a cast members of "Sing Street" which is heading to Broadway April 19. Read More


The Valley Ledger, January 15, 2020

Muhlenberg celebrates 40 years of Summer Music Theatre with Two World Premiere Musicals

This summer's lineup includes 'Legally Blonde,' and a premiere of 'The Legend of New York' and the all-ages circus musical 'The Comedy of Wizards.' Read More


Broadway World, January 15, 2020

Walnut Street Theatre Presents a Kids' Production of Grace for President

Making her Walnut costume design debut is Carly Polizzi, one of two costume apprentices for WST's 2019-2020 season and a recent graduate of Muhlenberg College where she designed for Love and the Law and Antigone. Read More


Usa Today, January 15, 2020

Muhlenberg College coach Nate Milne was the Division III Coach of the Year. Read More


WFMZ, January 10, 2020

Warm winter weather causing flocks of snow geese to arrive earlier than normal

Pictures of flocks of snow geese are being captured all over, putting a smile on the face of Muhlenberg College's Peter Saenger. Watch Now


The Morning Call, January 09, 2020

New Pride guide exhibit spotlights the activism, history of the Lehigh Valley's LGBT community

Materials for the exhibit come from the Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive, a program of Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in partnership with the Trexler Library at Muhlenberg College. Read More


The New York Times, January 09, 2020

The Lehigh Valley rebuilt its economy after foreign competition wiped out its mills. Now good times and bad memories may both help the president.

Chris Borick, director of MCIPO, said the president remained popular among those who said they had voted for him in PA. Read More


E & E News, January 09, 2020

Could centrist Pa. governor chart Dems' course on energy?

The timing of Pennsylvania's primary could also help Democrats, said Christopher Borick, a political science professor at Muhlenberg College. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 08, 2020

New Exhibit Features Lehigh Valley Pride History

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center has a new exhibit from the Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive, which is housed at Muhlenberg College. A group of five students from Muhlenberg and Lehigh University digitized the Pride guide. Read More


Tribune Democrat (pa), January 07, 2020

Pennsylvania in 2020: Huge election, key state legislative decisions loom

The big question may be whether PA helps determine who will challenge Trump on behalf of the Democrats or whether that's determined before PA voters head to the primaries, said Professor Chris Borick.


WFMZ, January 07, 2020

History's Headlines: Louis Armstrong swings into the Valley Recently it was disclosed that a recording was made of Armstrong on November 24, 1956 at Muhlenberg College. Watch Now


Inside Science, January 07, 2020

The Inherent Tension of Trying to Make a Collision Sport Safe

A conversation with Kathleen Bachynski, assistant professor of public health at Muhlenberg College and the author of a new history of youth tackle football. Read More


Easton Express-Times, January 06, 2020

As mental health woes widen, getting care can mean waiting in crisis, Allentown panel says

Tim Silvestri, director of counseling services at Muhlenberg, spoke of the need for diversity in the mental health caregiver community, so people in need can be comfortable seeking help. Read More


Inside Higher Ed, January 06, 2020

Change in the Polls: Election polling by colleges pays off with publicity and opportunities for students.

Student workers call cellphones and landlines, ask questions from a script and record answers. Four institutions, including Muhlenberg, received an A+ rating from FiveThirtyEight. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, January 04, 2020

Gov. Tom Wolf touts his "Reach Out PA" mental health initiative

Wolf's roundtable at Muhlenberg was the lead story on PBS39 News Tonight. State and federal lawmakers and healthcare providers shared their perspectives, including Tim Silvestri, director of counseling services. Watch Now


The Morning Call, January 04, 2020

Gov. Tom Wolf's mental health plan offers hope of more counselors, social workers for schools

Wolf hosted a round-table discussion for lawmakers and healthcare representatives at Muhlenberg College in Allentown a day after announcing his "Reach Out PA: Your Mental Health Matters" campaign. Read More


The Morning Call, January 04, 2020

PICTURES: Gov Tom Wolf Roundtable

Pa Gov. Tom Wolf paid a visit to Muhlenberg College in Allentown Friday for a roundtable discussion on needs related to access and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health care. Read More


Associated Press, January 03, 2020

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf outlines effort to bolster mental health services

Wolf will host a meeting with state and local representatives about mental illness today at Muhlenberg College. Read More


WHYY, January 03, 2020

Battleground 2020: How Pennsylvania turned red

'Radio Times' takes a look at the 2016 election of 2016. Guests include Chris Borick, professor of political science and director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


The Morning Call, January 02, 2020

Winter Theater Preview: Your guide to the top premiers, comedies and thought-provoking dramas of the season

Muhlenberg College Theatre Department will stage "A Raisin in the Sun" and "The Bacchae." Read More


The Guardian, January 02, 2020

Republican rush to defend Trump reveals a party in thrall to its leader

In the must-win state of PA, impeachment was not garnering a lot of attention among potential swing voters, said Christopher Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, before the vote. Read More


The Guardian, December 23, 2019

Republican rush to defend Trump reveals a party in thrall to its leader

In the must-win state of Pennsylvania, impeachment did not seem to be garnering a lot of attention among potential swing voters, said Christopher Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


The Morning Call, December 23, 2019

Louis Armstrong tape riddle solved? Man says he recorded concert 63 years ago for Muhlenberg radio station

When Philip Jurus was a Muhlenberg sophomore, he made his precarious way along the catwalk above the stage in Memorial Hall to lower a microphone to capture jazz legend Louis Armstrong. Read More


The Morning Call, December 20, 2019

Itching to unseat a Pennsylvania state lawmaker? Odds are you will fail

Chris Borick, a Muhlenberg College pollster, said he sees nothing that foreshadows a major erosion in the dominance of incumbents during 2020. Read More


Penn Live, December 20, 2019

Penn researchers create a digital humanities tool to analyze fan fiction

The repository of stories the team used is Archive of Our Own, a "fan-created, fan-run, nonprofit, noncommercial archive" with 2.2 million users, co-founded by Muhlenberg English Professor Francesca Coppa. Read More


The New York Times, December 19, 2019

Where Impeachment Crosses Party Lines, but Fixates on Trump

Christopher Borick, a political scientist at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, said impeachment was not high among the priorities of independents. Read More


The Morning Call, December 17, 2019

What's next for Muhlenberg football after a record-setting season?

Football's senior class helped deliver four years of unprecedented success, including the first 13-win season in school history. It's about more than football, they said. Read More


WESA, December 17, 2019

As Impeachment Draws Near, Rallies Counter Conservative Advertising

Pennsylvanians remain sharply divided on impeachment, says Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


WFMZ, December 16, 2019

Historic season leaves Muhlenberg students riding high

Muhlenberg students and alumni packed the campus on Saturday to celebrate a historic achievement by the school's football program. The team made its first appearance in the final four of the Division III playoffs. Read More


The Morning Call, December 15, 2019

Muhlenberg's magical season ends on messy day in NCAA playoff semifinals

"What a great week this was to epitomize Muhlenberg football," Coach Nate Milne said. "With finals going on and coming out to practice each day and then playing the biggest game here in College history." Read More


The Morning Call, December 15, 2019

FACES IN THE CROWD: Photos of fans at the Muhlenberg vs. North Central football NCAA semifinal. Read More


The Morning Call, December 15, 2019

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Muhlenberg vs. North Central football NCAA semifinal Read More


The Morning Call, December 15, 2019

Muhlenberg falls in first-ever NCAA semifinal football game, but fans bring excitement, support

President Kathleen Harring says she's so proud of the team's successes and sportsmanship, adding that it's been fun to see the community come together and cheer on the team each week. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 14, 2019

Former Penn Charter quarterback Michael Hnatkowsky leads Muhlenberg College to NCAA Division III semifinals

"I wanted a fit that was similar to Charter, and that was Muhlenberg," Hnatkowsky said. "That combination of academics and football just stuck with me." Read More


The Morning Call, December 14, 2019

Jack McCallum: Muhlenberg leaning on its dynamic duo to lead it to a national championship

For Mike Hnatkowsky, Muhlenberg's record-breaking junior quarterback, the guy who is always front-of-mind is tight end Ryan Curtiss, with whom he has connected 139 times over three memorable seasons. Read More


WFMZ, December 14, 2019

Muhlenberg College's football team hoping for first-ever championship appearance

Senior wide receiver Ryan Dimmick: "A lot of people are realizing what we have as a team. It means the world to us to have those people here." Read More


The Morning Call, December 13, 2019

Muhlenberg vs. North Central

How to watch, who to watch and why the Mules will advance to their first-ever title game. Read More


The Morning Call, December 13, 2019

'We're really making a name for ourselves': Muhlenberg College students excited for football team's historic playoff game

The football team's success is bringing out the school spirit, especially in a week that has students pulling all-nighters in libraries to cram for finals. Read More


Broadway World, December 13, 2019

Geneses Releases New Single 'Desire'

The 24-year-old independent singer/songwriter from New York City attending Muhlenberg College where she started uploading covers of popular R&B songs to both her YouTube channel and Instagram. Read More


WFMZ, December 13, 2019

Impact of political stalemate over Brexit could be felt here in the U.S.

Muhlenberg College Associate Political Science Professor Brian Mello weighs in. Read More


The Morning Call, December 12, 2019

Donnelly's Legacy Lives On

"Duke" rebuilt Muhlenberg football. Now, Mike Donnelly's legacy helps fuel the Mules' NCAA playoff run. Read More


The Morning Call, December 12, 2019

Here's what U.S. Rep Susan Wild's GOP rivals have to say about her decision to back impeachment

In a middle-of-the-road district like the 7th, it makes sense to hear the two political parties seek to paint the other side as "extreme, says Chris Borick, political scientist at Muhlenberg. Read More


The Morning Call, December 12, 2019

Readers React: Muhlenberg football team deserves more coverage

Let's cover some real students playing for our hometown team. Read More


Usa Today, December 12, 2019

Trump to rally in battleground Pennsylvania after Democrats unveil impeachment articles

Trump trailed Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders by single digits in a Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll last month. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 11, 2019

Trump says impeachment will backfire on Democrats as he rallies supporters in Pennsylvania

This is a key region in one of the most pivotal states in the 2020 election cycle," said Christopher Borick, a pollster and political science professor at Muhlenberg College. Read More


The Washington Times, December 10, 2019

Media fails to impeach Trump

The bottom line is Trump needs the state. He's going to fight for Pennsylvania perhaps more than any state in the country, says Muhlenberg College political science professor Chris Borick. Read More


The Morning Call, December 08, 2019

Muhlenberg College has offered a two-year agreement to interim President Kathleen Harring

Harring, who first joined Muhlenberg in 1984 as a professor in the psychology department, has served the college in a number of roles, most recently as a member of senior administrative leadership since 2016. Read More


The Morning Call, December 06, 2019

PICTURES: Climate Strike at Muhlenberg College Read More


Northjersey.com, December 06, 2019

Wyckoff names Beth Fischer to fill open seat; two women on committee for first time

Fischer graduated magna cum laude from Muhlenberg College with a double major in psychology and religion. Read More


San Francisco Chronicle, December 06, 2019

Americans are split on impeachment, just as they were before the public hearings

A recent Muhlenberg College poll shows Pennsylvania voters divided over impeachment. Article originally ran in The Washington Post. Read More


Delo (slovenia), December 04, 2019

Facebook for academics: Researchers are getting rid of the publishing oligarchs who master the global communications infrastructure

Leading critic in the field Muhlenberg Professor Jefferson Pooley discussed the issue in the journal 'Social Media + Society.' Read More


Community News (nj), December 03, 2019

Frank Lucchesi returns to help Muhlenberg football to historic season

The senior is also thriving academically as a finance major with a business minor. He interned at Bank of America Merrill Lynch last summer, and is in the running for a full-time job with the same firm after graduation. Read More


WDIY FM, December 03, 2019

Dustin Nash, Assistant Professor of Religion Studies, Discusses the Bible on LV Discourse

Is there more than one Bible? Creation stories - are they myths? How tricky are translations? Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 02, 2019

5 questions: Are the health risks of youth football being addressed?

A Q&A with Kathleen Bachynski, assistant professor of public health, on the issues raised in her new book, 'No Game for Boys to Play: The History of Youth Football and the Origins of a Public Health Crisis.' Read More


Usa Today, December 02, 2019

'You can't take any of them for granted': The voters who will sway 2020's swing states

A poll this month by the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion indicated that Trump is deeply out of favor with women in the state, with 62% disapproving of his job performance, compared to 50% of me Read More


The Morning Call, December 01, 2019

Muhlenberg defense registers another shutout to reach NCAA quarterfinals

Senior all-American tight end Ryan Curtiss caught seven passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns in the first half of the Mules' 42-0 romp of visiting College of Brockport Saturday. Read More


The Morning Call, November 30, 2019

Muhlenberg-SUNY Brockport: Mitch Daniel happy to be part of Mules postseason success

Former Muhlenberg football coach Mike "Duke" Donnelly knew he wanted a player like Daniel, who scored a school-record 27 touchdowns his senior year in the Colonial League. Read More


The Morning Call, November 30, 2019

Vinyl lovers celebrate Record Store Day at Lehigh Valley shops

Eager shoppers lined up in hopes of being the first to snag a recently released Louis Armstrong album recorded at Muhlenberg College's Memorial Hall in the 1950s. Read More


WFMZ, November 30, 2019

Recording of Louis Armstrong performing at Muhlenberg College resurfaces in time for Record Store Day

A recording of Louis Armstrong performing at Muhlenberg has resurfaced and is now on vinyl, available just in time for yesterday's Record Store Day. Read More


D3football.com, November 28, 2019

Muhlenberg family keys off brothers

It's common for teams to refer to themselves as family. At Muhlenberg, the Mules (11-0) really mean it - with a handful of players. The team has a good group of biologic brothers. Read More


Stat News, November 27, 2019

Concussions, broken bones, and more: a week of football in the U.S.

The piece, co-authored by Professor Kathleen Bachynski, questions whether the risks of the game are worth it and asks if it's different for adult professionals versus school-age children. Read More


The Morning Call, November 26, 2019

Sixty-three years after jazz great Louis Armstrong played at Muhlenberg, long lost concert set for release

The album will be released Friday as part of the 12th annual Record Store Day, which celebrates the culture of independently owned vinyl shops. Read More


Star Tribune Financial (mn), November 25, 2019

Major Businesses and Higher Education Institutions in Pennsylvania Urge State Leaders to Accelerate a Low-Carbon Future

President Kathleen Harring was one of 18 signatories of the letter sent to the PA General Assembly. Read More


Wall Street Journal, November 25, 2019

Democratic Gains in Suburbs Challenge Trump's Hold in Pennsylvania

A recent survey from Muhlenberg College and the Morning Call, a newspaper in Allentown, showed Mr. Trump losing in head-to-head matchups in the state against the top three Democrat challengers. Read More


The Morning Call, November 24, 2019

Muhlenberg rolls over MIT in NCAA D-III first-round game Read More


Ceres, November 22, 2019

Major businesses and higher education institutions in Pennsylvania urge state leaders to accelerate a low-carbon future

Muhlenberg President Kathleen Harring was one of 18 signators of the letter sent to the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Read More


WFMZ, November 22, 2019

Muhlenberg College to feature 2 world premieres

Six Muhlenberg senior directing students will present their work as part of "New Voices Read More


The Morning Call, November 21, 2019

Lehigh Valley residents conflicted on Allentown after years of redevelopment : Nearly three in four residents in the latest Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll believe the more than $1 billion in downtown investment. But 37% say quality of life in Allentown has trended downhill the past 10 years. Read More


Construction Canada, November 20, 2019

A national standard for bird-friendly building design

Canada's new standards can be an environmental challenge with a happy ending, writes Daniel Klem, Sarkis Acopian Professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology at Muhlenberg College. Read More


The Morning Call, November 20, 2019

Festival Hosts Two World Premieres

Six Muhlenberg College senior directing students will present their work as part of Muhlenberg's "New Voices Read More


The Morning Call, November 18, 2019

Muhlenberg to host MIT Saturday in NCAA D-III football tournament

The Mules finished with a perfect regular season and its first outright Centennial Conference championship since 2008. Read More


Washington Post, November 18, 2019

In a battleground state, sharp divisions over impeachment

Polls show a small subset of Trump's supporters back an impeachment inquiry, says Muhlenberg pollster Chris Borick. If those voters begin to peel away, it could matter. Read More


The Morning Call, November 18, 2019

Muhlenberg College announces new faculty for the 2019-20 academic year Read More


San Francisco Chronicle, November 17, 2019

In a battleground town, sharp divisions over impeachment but few changed minds

Polls show a small subset of Trump's supporters back an impeachment inquiry, says Professor Chris Borick. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 17, 2019

Pa. voters: President Trump? 'Bleh.' Top Democrats? 'Meh.'

A Muhlenberg College/Morning Call Poll found that Pennsylvania voters agree on one thing - they don't care much for any of the leading contenders in the 2020 presidential race. Read More


The Morning Call, November 17, 2019

Emmaus church becomes welcoming place for children with autism

The movement to create welcoming environments for autistic people is growing. In 2015, Muhlenberg's theater group mounted "sensory-friendly" productions of a musical, with soft lighting and quieter music and dialogue. Read More


Newsweek, November 15, 2019

Donald Trump is Losing to Every Top Democrat Challenger in Key Swing State of Pennsylvania, New Poll Shows

A Morning Call/Muhlenberg College survey released Thursday shows Trump trailing to former Vice President Joe Biden, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Read More


The Hill, November 15, 2019

Poll: Top 2020 Democrats all lead Trump in Pennsylvania

In a poll released Thursday by Muhlenberg College and Morning Call, 57 percent of registered voters said that Trump definitely does not deserve to be reelected in 2020. Read More


Wbur/npr (boston), November 15, 2019

The Public Is Watching: Americans React To Impeachment Hearings

The hearings may not impact voters who are deeply divided and decided on the matter, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll. Read More


The Morning Call, November 14, 2019

Most Pennsylvania voters have dim view of Trump, new poll shows. His Democratic foes have work to do, too

One year before voters will head to the polls, a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll shows nearly six in 10 don't believe President Trump should be re-elected. Read More


The Morning Call, November 13, 2019

As impeachment hearings begin, a new poll shows Pennsylvania voters may already have made up their minds on removing President Trump

Pennsylvania voters are deeply divided about impeachment, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll. Read More


York Daily Record, November 09, 2019

Tuesday's voting woes expose danger that Pennsylvania is not ready for 2020 election

Trust in the vote count is important everywhere, but particularly in swing states that could have close elections, says Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


WFMZ, November 09, 2019

Despite recent cold, Lehigh Valley has been heating up over the last several years

The effects are being felt. Professor of Biology at Muhlenberg College and bug expert Martin Edwards has attributed a rise in insect diseases to warmer temperatures. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 08, 2019

Philadelphia Republicans endured a 'preposterous' election season. What's next?

Christopher Borick, a political science professor at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, sees a bleak future for the party in Philadelphia. Read More


The Morning Call, November 08, 2019

History unfolds in the walls of Allen High School

Ian Butz, who graduated from Allen in June and is now a student at Muhlenberg, has been nicknamed the "curator" of the school's archives. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 07, 2019

The Republican 'bloodletting' continued in the Philadelphia suburbs. What does it mean for Trump in 2020?

Christopher Borick, a pollster at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, says it's premature to write off Trump in 2020. Read More


The Morning Call, November 08, 2019

Your View by six college presidents: Private colleges have a huge impact on Lehigh Valley

President Kathleen Harring is a co-author of the op-ed. Read More


Pcn-tv, November 05, 2019

Nov. 5: Election 2019: LIVE coverage at 9 PM

Guests include Christopher Borick, Director of Muhlenberg's Institute for Public Opinion. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, November 05, 2019

Lehigh Valley Public MediaTM Announces Live Election Night Coverage on Multiple Platforms

Live coverage will begin at 9 p.m. on PBS39, PBS39.org, WLVR and Billboards. Commentators will include Michele Deegan, professor of political science, Muhlenberg College. Read More


WFMZ, November 05, 2019

Muhlenberg College helps honor Mexican Day of the Dead holiday

For 22 years, Professor Erika Sutherland has overseen the creation of a stunning folk altar in the school's chapel. Read More


The Morning Call, November 04, 2019

Unbeaten Muhlenberg finally gets a win over Johns Hopkins

On Saturday in Allentown, Muhlenberg jumped ahead 24-0 at Scotty Wood Stadium en route to a decisive 31-16 victory that settled any doubts. Read More


Yahoo News (malaysia), November 04, 2019

10 Best College Values You May Have Overlooked, 2019

With a strong course catalog and affordable tuition, Muhlenberg has distinguished itself among many that fit its profile. The college also earns high marks for being a historic leader in financial aid transparency. (From Kiplinger's.) Read More


The Morning Call, November 04, 2019

PICTURES: D'ia de los Muertos at Muhlenberg College

Professor Erika Sutherland and students, faculty and staff created a colorful folk altar in Egner Chapel for the Mexican holiday D'ia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Read More


The Morning Call, November 02, 2019

PICTURES: D'ia de los Muertos at Muhlenberg College

Professor Erika Sutherland and students, faculty and staff created a colorful folk altar in Egner Chapel for the Mexican holiday D'ia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Read More


Us News & World Report, November 01, 2019

The Best Places to Retire in Pennsylvania: These retirement spots have a low cost of living and top health care facilities

Allentown boasts area colleges, including Muhlenberg College, which host interesting educational and cultural opportunities. Read More


Parkland Press, November 01, 2019

Theater Review: Get 'Into the Woods' at Muhlenberg

A pristine production, thoughtful set and lighting design, fine orchestral performance and superb singing and acting by Muhlenberg's students, "Into the Woods" merits serious attention from fans of the American musical theater. Read More


The Morning Call, November 01, 2019

Win as a Republican in Allentown? Mayoral candidate Tim Ramos hopes to overcome long odds in deep blue city

Chris Borick, professor of political science, weighs in. Read More


The Washington Times, October 31, 2019

Joe Biden may have calculated Communion snub, political observer suggests

Christopher Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, said he is certain Mr. Biden anticipated these sorts of situations would come up during the campaign. Read More


Tribune Democrat (pa), October 28, 2019

Trump has commanding fund-raising advantage

Chris Borick, a political science professor at Muhlenberg College, weighs in on the power of incumbency. Read More


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