Muhlenberg in the News

Recent media coverage of Muhlenberg College and its people

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


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 25, 2019

Mystery trip to Europe with 'donors' by Pa. state senators followed expansion of wine law

This seems to be on the margin even by Pennsylvania standards, according to Chris Borick, a political science professor at Muhlenberg College. Read More


WFMZ, October 25, 2019

Muhlenberg stages 'Into the Woods'

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning musical fairy tale comes to the stage of Muhlenberg's Empie Theatre October 25 to November 3. Read More


Educause Learning Initiative, October 24, 2019

7 Things You Should Know About...Domain of One's Own

Dean of Digital Learning Lora Taub-Pervizpour was a co-contributor, along with DoOO leaders from other colleges. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 23, 2019

Mystery trip to Europe with 'donors' by Pa. state senators followed expansion of wine law

Chris Borick, a political science professor at Muhlenberg College, comments on the legal and ethical implications. Read More


The Morning Call, October 22, 2019

Theater: Dark and complex 'Into the Woods' comes to Muhlenberg

Theatre and Dance present this complex, vocally challenging performance, and with a multilayered score accompanied by a 15-piece professional orchestra, Oct. 25 to Nov. 3. Read More


Other News, October 21, 2019

Samantha Brown '19 Named a 2019-2020 Newman's Own Foundation Fellow

Brown, an anthropology major and a sustainability studies minor, will be a Fellow at Edible Schoolyard NYC. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 21, 2019

No one shows up to Joe Biden debate-watch parties in Philly. Does that matter?

Chris Borick, a pollster at Muhlenberg College, weighs in " Read More


The Morning Call, October 18, 2019

Acceptance speech by Allentown costume designer Michael McDonald: 'The arts give us the best of what humans have'

The Tony-nominated costume designer, an Allentown native and valued Muhlenberg community member, received one of the Allentown Arts Commission's Arts Ovation Awards Sept. 26. Read More


Valley Ledger, October 16, 2019

Muhlenberg Theatre & Dance Present Sondheim and Lapine's Beloved 'Into the Woods'

Tony Award-winning musical fairy tale offers opportunities, challenges for performers; runs Oct. 25 - Nov. 3. Read More


The Washington Times, October 15, 2019

'A different world': 2020 Democrats set to spar on altered playing field

America will see a race that has changed dramatically since the candidates faced off just a month ago, according to Chris Borick, political science professor and director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinio Read More


The New York Times, October 10, 2019

Where 4-Year Schools Find a Pool of Applicants: 2-Year Schools: Colleges, including elite schools, are making it easier to transfer from community colleges, seeing a valuable source of highly motivated students.

Muhlenberg students, faculty and staff are featured about the College's efforts. Read More


The New York Times, October 09, 2019

On Climate Change, Biden Has a Record and a Plan. Young Activists Want More.

Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, said it was possible for a candidate who opposes fracking to win Pennsylvania but says Biden's style is to stay close to the middle. Read More


National Public Radio (NPR), October 08, 2019

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick In Unique Position On Ukraine

A middle-of-the-road approach may be the best option for PA Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick while he and the country watch how the impeachment inquiry plays out, says Muhlenberg College political scientist Chris Borick. Listen Now


Washington Post, October 07, 2019

'Crickets': How a swing district in Pennsylvania is reacting to its congresswoman supporting an impeachment inquiry

Of more than two dozen questions Rep. Susan Wild fielded in the crowded town hall at Muhlenberg College, only two were about impeachment. Read More


Pa Environment Digest, October 07, 2019

6 PA Colleges, Universities Included In 2019 International Sustainable Campus Index Top Performers

Muhlenberg College, Allentown: #4 nationally (tied) in Water. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 04, 2019

Impeachment draws some cheers in this Pa. swing district, but voters at town hall have other issues, too

A lively crowd of more than 200 in a Muhlenberg College auditorium spent over an hour asking questions of their local member of Congress. Read More


Yahoo News, October 04, 2019

Moderate Democrats Avoid Impeachment Backlash So Far

At a swing district town hall at Muhlenberg College in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, moderate first-term Democrat Susan Wild saw her newfound support for an impeachment inquiry met mostly with applause. Read More


Daily Beast, October 03, 2019

Inside the Swing-District Front Lines of Dems' Impeachment Push

Rep. Susan Wild, a freshman Democrat, has come out in support of impeachment since the Ukraine story broke. Media came in from nearby Washington and as far away as Germany to file into a packed room at Muhlenberg College. Read More


The Morning Call, October 03, 2019

Muhlenberg named top performer in 2019 Sustainable Campus Index

Muhlenberg received a score of 100 percent for best practices in the area of water conservation. The college tied for fourth among higher education institutions nationally for water conservation and reuse. Read More


The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 03, 2019

'Welcome to the Wild West': The Competition for College Applicants Just Intensified

The changes made at NACAC's 75th national conference will inject even more uncertainty into the admissions realm. Rob Springall, vice president for enrollment management at Muhlenberg, discusses strategies. Read More


Wired, October 02, 2019

Football's Concussion Crisis Is Awash With Pseudoscience

An eagerness to "do something" has led people to adopt or promote some pretty dubious products, says Kathleen Bachynski, an assistant professor of public health at Muhlenberg College. Read More


The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 30, 2019

Vice President for Enrollment Robert Springall discusses how colleges like Muhlenberg are more sensitive to a disruptive education market and how communication and advising strategies can mitigate "melt" between the spring and the start of an academic year. Read More


The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 30, 2019

Muhlenberg College and Vice President for Enrollment Robert Springall are mentioned in an article that discusses how colleges and universities are adapting to a challenging enrollment market. Read More


Cleveland Jewish News, September 30, 2019

Carly Post '21 is interviewed about her role as Bielke, the youngest daughter of Tevye and Golde in "Fiddler on the Roof." The production is on a multi-city tour and visits Akron, Ohio, at E.J. Thomas Hall on Oct. 15 and Oct. 16. Read More


Slate France, September 28, 2019

Chris Borick, professor of political science and director of Muhlenberg's Institute for Public Opinion, is quoted in an article that discusses the mental and physical toll that the 2016 election and the political discourse since has had on Americans. Read More


The Morning Call, September 28, 2019

Professor of Political Science Chris Borick comments on Susan Wild's potentially precarious position with moderate Democrats and independent voters after her recent support of an presidential impeachment investigation. Read More


The Jewish Exponent, September 27, 2019

Rabbi Jason Bonder '07 reflects on his experience playing baseball at Muhlenberg and later in the Tel Aviv Lightning, the former Israel Baseball League. Israel's national baseball team recently earned its spot in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Read More


The Morning Call, September 27, 2019

Tony Award-nominated New York costumer designer and frequent Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre designer Michael McDonald was honored with the Crescendo Award at last evening's Arts Ovation Awards ceremony at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. Read More


Stuttgarter Nachrichten (germany), September 27, 2019

Trump can do it again

The 45th President owed his 2016 victory in Northampton County to a number of factors that, according to Chris Borick, survey expert at Muhlenberg College, have recently changed dramatically to Trump's disadvantage. Read More


WLVT-PBS 39, September 26, 2019

PBS39 to Broadcast Live Easton Mayoral Debate

This debate, will air on PBS39 at 7 p.m. on October 7. Moderators include Chris Borick, Director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion. Read More


WFMZ, September 25, 2019

State health officials to battle potentially deadly disease in Carbon County

Biology Professor Marten Edwards says Eastern Equine Encephalitis is borne from a swamp mosquito and can live in horses and birds. If another mosquito bites an infected animal and then you, the disease can spread. Read More


The Morning Call, September 24, 2019

Theater: Muhlenberg puts gender twist on 'Earnest'

Muhlenberg College Theatre & Dance Department opens its season Sept. 26 by presenting an all-female version of Oscar Wilde's classic satire "The Importance of Being Earnest." Read More


National Public Radio (NPR), September 24, 2019

Do You Talk About Climate Change?

Nora Harkness Kelly, a 2011 environmental science major, was a featured guest on NPR's The Kojo Nnamdi Show talking about her experience educating children about climate change. Read More


Smithsonian, September 23, 2019

Here's What's Brewing in the New Smithsonian Beer Collections

Muhlenberg alum Sam Calagione's longtime brewing equipment began a new life. Dogfish Head's founding stainless steel boil kettle and vibrating football game joined the growing archive of homebrewing and craft beer history. Read More


Washington Examiner, September 20, 2019

Trump campaign sees Pennsylvania pipeline as route to taking down Joe Biden

Christopher Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion in Allentown, says polls indicated that Pennsylvanians were opposed to a moratorium on fracking. Read More


Patriot News, September 18, 2019

Trump's campaign machine gears up to win Pa. again, raising money at 'historic level'

Muhlenberg College political science professor Chris Borick says Trump's campaign will use sophisticated campaign tactics which use data and analytics to target and sway voters. Read More


Inside Higher Ed, September 16, 2019

An Open Letter to College-Bound Students and Their Parents: A group of enrollment managers offers advice

Rob Springall, VP for enrollment management, and Greg Mitton, associate dean of admission/director of financial aid, provide insight and encouragement. Read More


Alphagalileo, September 16, 2019

International Birnstiel Award for three outstanding young scientists

Inaugural award given to three outstanding young scientists - over 100 nominations were received from institutions in Europe, the US and Asia - includes Muhlenberg alum Emily Bayeris, now a PhD at Columbia University. Read More


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