Active Student Organizations
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A Cappella Council
The A Cappella Council is a governing body of Muhlenberg’s six A Cappella groups, namely: AcaFellas, Chaimonics, Dynamics, Girls Next Door, InAcchord, and Noteworthy. The ACC oversees all interactions and regulations applicable to these aforementioned groups, including but not limited to: auditions, A Cappella Fest, rehearsal and concert bookings, and fundraising.
Contact: Zach Rabishaw
ABDC A Ballroom Dance Club
Muhlenberg’s first Ballroom Dance Club! This club explores, learns, and practices the forms and techniques associated with ballroom dancing.
Contact: Anvelyn Pi
The Muhlenberg AcaFellas is the college's an all-male, gender fluid, or non-binary identifying a cappella group, dedicated to creating great music and having a great time doing it. We will constantly strive to better ourselves and our music while actively contributing to the ever-changing atmosphere of the Muhlenberg College Campus and surrounding community. We intend to foster an environment of respect within the group and conduct ourselves accordingly beyond the rehearsal room. Collectively, we, the AcaFellas, will produce the best quality music of which the group is capable and participate in meaningful and enriching activities, maintaining kinship and sensibility.
Contact: Ryan Carey
Members of Adopt-A-Grandparent visit the elderly at the Phoebe home, providing friendship and company through arts and crafts, and conversation. By offering their time, students are able to interact with the Allentown Community. There is a blossoming bond between Muhlenberg students and the Phoebe home. Students have the opportunity to be paired with residents by keeping in contact through messages, phone calls, and visits.
Afropop Dance Club
Afropop Dance Club is a Club that aims at enlightening the campus community about creative contemporary dance performances, cultures and popular dances and music from various parts of Africa.
Contact: Kate Ekanem
Alpha Chi Omega
The Alpha Chi Omega sorority consists of membership criteria that resemble "Real. Strong. Women". The organization advocates for domestic violence awareness and sexual assault prevention. The chapter fundraises for Turning Point, local shelter in Allentown, PA.
Contact: Molly Nochimson
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Contact: Joel Hark
Alpha Epsilon Delta
Muhlenberg College's chapter of the national health preprofessional honor society Alpha Epsilon Delta. The organization encourages and recognizes excellence in preprofessional health scholarship with emphasis on student engagement and community service.
Contact: Jessica Oxer
APO is a co-ed service fraternity that strives to promote service on campus. Our main focus is to do service not only on Muhlenberg's campus, but also the surrounding neighborhood of Allentown
Contact: Gabriella Petrone
Animal Shelter & Rescue Club
Contact: Allie Mirsky
Contact: Justin Chu
The Anthropology Club will provide a space for students to engage in anthropological and archaeological topics and experiences!
Contact: Kalie Jamieson
Asian Student Association
The Asian Student Association strives to celebrate the Asian cultures represented by Muhlenberg students. The mission of this organization is to promote cultural understanding, unity, and collaboration with the students and community at Muhlenberg College.
Contact: Tram Pham
Be Your Own Boss (BYOB) - Entrepreneurship Club
The object and purpose of BYOB shall be engaging students in entrepreneurship by forming a community through holding club meetings and hosting various types of events. We strive to provide students of all majors and backgrounds with tools to stimulate their entrepreneurial side, as well as giving our members the opportunity to incorporate an entrepreneurial mindset within their everyday lives.
Contact: Bahaa Abdellatif
A club dedicated to the education of the student body on the traditions of beekeeping, the anatomy of bees, and their importance to the ecosystem.
Contact: Arsen Arustamyan
We are a non-partisan voting advocacy organization that encourages political participation and engagement. Our mission is to educate the campus community on voting rights issues and other political discourse.
Contact: Kyle Ropski
Best Buddies is a club on campus that promotes inclusiveness. It joins together community members with intellectual and physical disabilities and creates lifelong friends with college students at Muhlenberg.
Contact: Riri Sharfman
Biology Club seeks to encourage the Muhlenberg community, both those who are science minded and those who are not, to further their interest in the biological sciences through events designed to demonstrate the close relationship it has with their lives.
Facebook: Muhlenberg Biology Club
Contact: Ethan Forrer
BiPAV Bisexuality and Pansexuality Advocacy and Visibility
BiPAV invites students of all orientations and identities to discuss issues regarding bisexuality and pansexuality, to bring awareness and inclusion to these valid orientations.
Contact: Shira Romanoff
Bitcoin Bulls aims to inform people of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. We want to emphasize the importance and potential cryptocurrencies have.
Contact: Clifford Cornell
Black Students Association
The Black Student Association is a club that focuses on the experiences of black students on campus. This club works to promote black excellence and build a sense of community around all people of color on campus. This club is also open to any race but will primarily be focused on black experiences.
Contact: Nathaniel Wiggley
Board Game Association
To foster a casual environment for students to relax from the stress of the week by playing board games with other like minded people. To promote a sense of community and development through paying various games together.
Contact: Ethan Forrer
The Society traces its roots to May 28, 1940 when six members of the Class of 1942 founded the group to serve Muhlenberg College and extend goodwill to visitors. The Society has grown over the years to provide a cohesive program for student involvement in the greater College community, specifically with alumni. Members, known as Keys, also work to develop traditions and instill a sense of school spirit among Muhlenberg students. In partnership with the Office of Alumni Affairs and the Career Center, Keys’ collaborate on events such as Alumni Weekend, Commencement, Honors Convocation, Candlelight Carols, and other campus initiatives. Students are eligible to apply for admission to the Cardinal Key Society during the fall of their freshman and sophomore years. If selected, students join the Society the following spring and serve through January of their senior year.
Contact: Emma Hamm
Carrying Each Other Through
Contact: Stephanie Jean Baptise
Catholic Campus Ministry
A college ministry which focuses on building a Catholic community. with Christ at the heart of our ministry, we are rooted in service, prayer, the sacraments, and evangelization, with a focus on uniting students in all stages of their Catholic faith.
Facebook: Catholic Campus Ministry @ Muhlenberg
Contact: Gianna Perri
The Muhlenberg Chaimonics are Muhlenberg's Jewish a cappella group! The Chaimonics sing both contemporary pop music and Hebrew songs and enjoy singing both on campus and at off-campus gigs such as Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, parties, and competitions.
Facebook: The Muhlenberg Chaimonics
Contact: Zachary Rabishaw
Chemistry and Biochemistry Club
Chemistry and Biochemistry Club engages with the Muhlenberg community by hosting fun activities that have applications in the chemical sciences. The club works with the Chemistry department to encourage students to participate in the various, accessible opportunities that the department provides, such as independent research studies, and helps organize the Chemistry Seminars that occur throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Members of the Chemistry and Biochemistry Club have the opportunity to connect with and assist in events by the Lehigh Valley Section of the American Chemical Society (LVACS).
Facebook: ChemBiochemClub @ Muhlenberg
Contact: Christina Mitry
Contact: Benjamin Nagle
Chinese Student Association (CSA)
CSA is committed to building a bridge for Chinese students in our school to let them get more involved in campus activities.
Contact: Sen Chen
The Ciarla is one of Muhlenberg's oldest and strongest traditions, dating back to 1893. The Ciarla has grown tremendously in recent years and will continue to grow and expand its leadership and contribution to the Muhlenberg community and Muhlenberg tradition. Presently, a 150-page yearbook is published and geared towards every Muhlenberg student, with a particular focus on the graduating class.
Facebook: Muhlenberg Ciarla Yearbook
Contact: Tram Pham
Muhlenberg College Democrats promotes political engagement on campus. We focus on current events through a democratic lens. We sometimes have guest speakers from a variety of political careers.
Contact: Cydney Wilson
The Muhlenberg College Republicans was founded during the 1992 Presidential Election. The Republican organization has served to promote the basic conservative principles of democracy, capitalism, small government, strong national defense, and the preservation of life, liberty, and property. The College Republicans have worked to bring a balanced spectrum of political views and ideologies to Muhlenberg's campus.
Contact: Robert Arena
Colleges Against Cancer: Relay For Life
Colleges Against Cancer also known as Relay For Life is an organization to raise money for cancer research.
Contact: Rebekka Broyles
Collegiate Panhellenic Council
The Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) is the governing body for the four National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) organizations represented at Muhlenberg College; Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Zeta, Phi Mu, and Phi Sigma Sigma.
Contact: Skyler Valentino
Comic Book Club
Dedicated to the viewing and discussing of comic books/graphic novels and comic book/graphic novel related media on a weekly basis. Comic book related activities including trips to films and conventions are also included. Open to everyone of all levels of experiences with comics with members always looking to help bring completely new fans in!
Contact: Willem Birgel
Computer Science Club
Contact: Ethan Ruoff
Debate Club consists of both intercollegiate debate and dialogue across campus. We hope to instill an understanding of argumentative construction into each of our members.
Contact: Ross Dardani
Delta Tau Delta
Contact: Victoria Basciano
Destiny Women of Color
DWCA is a reinstated society of college-educated women on Muhlenberg’s campus. We are committed to community service, academic excellence, and sisterhood with a focus on sustaining the growth and advancement of women of color.
Contact: Kiyaana Jones
DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship is a student group at Muhlenberg College that aims to help students learn more about the person of Jesus, grow deeper in their relationship with God, and be equipped to live out their faith during the college years and for years to come.
Contact: Jacob Metclafe
The Dynamics are Muhlenberg's first and oldest A Cappella group, founded in 1989. They sing a variety of different music, which you can listen to on Spotify, Apple Music, or Amazon Music!
Contact: Zachary Arencibia
The Education Society strives to provide opportunities for those interested in education to come together through informative panels and social events on campus, and collaborative programs with local schools off campus.
Facebook:Education Society @ Muhlenberg
Contact: Jazlyn White
A community of students who gather weekly for worship, dinner, and other social and service events throughout the year.
Contact: Kristen Glass Perez
Muhlenberg College Emergency Medical Services (MCEMS) is a student-run, volunteer EMS organization that provides medical care to care to students, faculty, and guests on campus 24/7 throughout the academic year.
Contact: Alyssa Roberts
Environmental Action Team dedicated to improving sustainability around campus, the Lehigh Valley, and beyond.
Contact: Casey Elkin
Flour Power Baking Club
The Flour Power Baking Club is a club dedicated to teaching students how to improve their baking skills. We meet several times throughout the semester to teach people how to use different icing tips, baking ware, and how to make delicious treats. We use these skills to organize bake sales that display our talents and benefit the local food bank. This is a sweet club for anyone who wants to learn how to bake and help out the community.
Contact: Rebekka Broyles
Food Recovery Network - Muhlenberg Chapter
Contact: Isabella Trauger
French Club / Le Cercle français
The French Club (Le Cercle Français) at Muhlenberg College seeks to promote learning of the French language and culture through activities that encourage greater awareness of French and francophone cultures around the world. The club organizes activities that allow students to practice French inside and outside of class, as well as to acquaint students with the French language, French and francophone cultures, histories, and ways of life. All students, faculty, and staff of Muhlenberg College are welcome to attend activities and join the club.
Contact: Logan Meyer
Garden Club (Community Garden)
The Muhlenberg Community garden is curated and maintained in the spring, summer and fall by the Muhlenberg Garden Club. The garden is home to a collection of sustainability initiatives in addition to the vegetables and flowers grown there such as the composting program, rainwater collection tanks, and the permaculture garden, which is home to a collection of local plants and herbs.
Facebook: Muhlenberg Community Garden
Contact: Sarah Krsnak
Muhlenberg's only all-female identifying a cappella group!
Contact: Helena Bryant
Great American Songbook Project (GASP)
GASP is a music ensemble that sings music from the 1920's to the 1960's in acapella and piano arrangements. We perform at events across campus, as well as outreach nursing homes, and hold a final concert at the end of each semester.
Contact: Alexandria Rohrbaugh
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity at Muhlenberg College works with the local affiliate of the organization to address the issue of housing insecurity in the Lehigh Valley. The club volunteers weekly at the Re-Store, participates in builds within local communities, assists with fundraising activities and plans/organizes Family Fun Nights. Come join us!
Contact: Jeffrey Varrone
Hillel - The Leffell Center for Jewish Student Life is an on campus community of Jewish Students who share in weekly services, observe holidays, and participate in fun social events all throughout the academic year.
Facebook: Mules of Hillel
Contact: Simone Nachman
We provide a forum for the discussion of historical literature, television, classes, and cinema obtained from the library or our personal collections. Our club creates an environment for people with similar interests gather.
Contact: Sara Levene
InAcchord is one of Muhlenberg College's premiere coed A Cappella groups! We specialize in R&B, but we sing top 20 hits, classics, and lots of other great stuff! We sing at weddings, on campus, for parties, and much more, so don't hesitate to contact us for information about gigs!
Contact: Sydney Kozakis
International Students Association
Contact: Grace Imanariyo
The IFC is the governing body for the recognize North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) organizations: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Tau Delta, and Zeta Beta Tau.
Contact: Mitch Knafo
The Muhlenberg Italian Club engages in campus wide events that celebrate the language, cuisine, and traditions found within Italian culture. We encourage everyone, of all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds, to eat, speak, and celebrate with us!
Contact: Jacob Botelho
Japanese Cultural Association
Contact: Nadya Goldstein
Jewelry Making Club
Teaches members the skills to create jewelry out of metal.
Facebook: Muhlenberg Jewels
Kappa Kappa Psi
Kappa Kappa Psi is a National Honorary Co-Ed Band Service Fraternity dedicated to furthering college band programs through leadership and music-related service activities. The Mu Xi Chapter has been serving the Muhlenberg College band program since 2009 through dedicated service to the Music Department, including ushering concerts and digitizing the College music library. Brothers of Mu Xi also help campus instrumental ensembles continue to "strive for the highest" through a perpetual demonstration of good musicianship, fellowship, and leadership.
Contact: Elizabeth Long
The KnitWits provide great company and all materials necessary for someone to knit or crochet! You don't need to know how to do either of these things, we're always willing to teach.
Facebook: The Muhlenberg KnitWits
Contact: Rebekka Broyles
Live in Color
Live in Color is Muhlenberg’s only show choir, dedicated to performing all genres of music, from pop to show tunes, and everything in-between. We love to make others smile and show their passion for music. Live in Color’s focus is to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere to those they encounter.
Youtube: Live In Color
Contact: Sophia Weber
Magical Memories: Muhlenberg's Character Visitation Club
Magical Memories is Muhlenberg's Character Visitation Club. We travel to elementary schools, hospitals and other local organizations dressed as characters (Princesses, Superheroes, etc.) to spread positivity. We are advised by Muhlenberg's Office of Community Engagement.
Contact: Jessica Stier
Mask & Dagger, The
The Mask & Dagger consistently creates shows that add new bits of dialogue to the never-ending conversation on queer expression and imagination. Our club is a collaborative effort that relies on the education of our queer forefathers, so that we may continue to find new ways to add to the art form through individual expression. The organization welcomes people from all walks of life and all identities, and encourages the queer practice of teaching talent to people unfamiliar with performing.
Math Club is dedicated to the further learning of mathematics, as well as fostering an interaction among students, faculty, and alumni through various activities.
Contact: Heather Chapman
Men of Color Network
The purpose of the organization is to: create a on-campus space for African-American and Afro-latinx males (students, faculty, and staff), allowing, embracing and supporting the various expressions representative of their most salient identities, which it has been statistically and qualitatively proven to be oppressed by certain systems operating on a societal level and in educational settings.
MINT* Dance Team
Contact: Hailey McMichael
Mock Trial is a competitive organization that trains students to compete in national competitions against other colleges and universities from all over the country. The club teaches valuable skills such as knowledge of the law, public speaking, debate, acting, and collaboration. This team is far from being just for aspiring lawyers, the skills developed are useful to anyone and everyone.
Contact: Ethan Mathers
Muhlenberg Activities Council
The purpose of the Muhlenberg Activities Council (MAC) is to improve the quality of diverse social programming and campus life within the college community. MAC offers opportunities for students to creatively program and engage in various social, cultural, and extracurricular activities while also serving as a recommending body to college administration in areas affecting Muhlenberg student life.
Contact: Kaitlin Pollet
Muhlenberg Broadcasting Channel
The Muhlenberg Broadcasting Channel is a student-run television organization that produces weekly videos including news broadcasts, entertainment talk shows, and cooking segments. We post all of our content to our social media pages and YouTube channel.
Contact: Madison Whiting
Muhlenberg Comedy Association
Muhlenberg Comedy Association (MCA) is Muhlenberg's outlet for all and any kinds of comedy!
Contact: Chrissy Nagrowski
The Muhlenberg Dance Association is an organization whose purpose is to create a space for dancers to come together and support each other and the greater dance community on campus. It will provide students with the opportunity to enrich their community through required service hours. It is a student-run organization that promotes the goals of the Dance Department, in order to create an enriching, inclusive, and supportive community of performers that supports dance in all forms on Muhlenberg’s campus.
Contact: Amber Dietrich
Muhlenberg Disability Advocacy Group
A place for Muhlenberg students with and without disabilities to meet and discuss the impact of ableism on campus and raise money and awareness for various disability related causes.
Contact: Rebecca Zipper
Muhlenberg Film Association
The Film association is a collaborative group whose goal is to facilitate greater cultural awareness of Films across all types and genres.
Contact: Sasson Lonner
The Muhlenberg Theatre Association provides opportunities to create and attend a variety of engaging performances, events, and educational opportunities. The mission of the MTA is to enrich the campus and the local community with high quality theatrical experiences. As a co-curricular, non-partisan organization, our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all forms of expression.
Facebook: Muhlenberg Theatre Association
Youtube: Muhlenberg Theatre Association
Contact: Emily Kitchin
The Muhlenberg Trans Advocacy Coalition
Contact: Nico Bittker
As part of our on-going responsibility to expose students, faculty, community members, and alumni to News, Life, and Sports on campus as well as student opinions we need funds to publish the paper. We publish weekly in our office, which is located in the basement of Seegers Union. The Weekly has been an integral part of the campus community since 1852 and we would like to continue this tradition.
Contact: Katie Dickey
Muhlenberg's EDM Performance Group, Muhlumination combines Vocal and Dance performance with enhanced lighting, costuming and special effects, to create an immersive experience.
Mules for Israel
Mules for Israel is the Israel education, advocacy, and activism club on Muhlenberg’s campus. Our events provide an outlet for the campus community to learn about and interact with Israel’s people, culture, history, and politics. Our main goal is to educate as many of Muhlenberg’s students and faculty as possible about Israel and offer a safe environment for learning and discussion.
Contact: Noah Podolnick
Mules on the Run
Mules on the Run helps make local races in the Lehigh valley more accessible for students at Muhlenberg; and gives people a chance to meet other students who like to run.
Contact: Greta Ohanian
MUSES Arts and Literary Magazine
MUSES is Muhlenberg College's arts and literary magazine. In addition to a yearly publication featuring both writing and art, MUSES hosts several open-mic nights per year.
NeuroConnections works to inform, advocate, and celebrate the brain sciences via campus events and educational outreach.
Contact: Hannah Gura
Noteworthy A Cappella
An a cappella group that performs music from Broadway shows and movies. We are a part of the A Cappella Council, and we perform in various events on and off campus.
The Muhlenberg Outdoors Club exists to create a community of nature loving, adventurous and nature-oriented students in order to experience, learn about, and promote a sense of harmony with the outdoors. We give students the opportunity to hike, climb, bike, swim, raft and more in an outdoor setting to achieve this.
Contact: Arsen Arustamyan
Pediatric Cancer Club
An organization that works with the Lehigh Valley Pediatric Cancer Foundation to plan events and raise funding for pediatric cancer families in the greater Lehigh Valley Area.
Peer Health Advocates of Muhlenberg (PHAM)
Peer Health Advocates at Muhlenberg are student leaders who serve to promote the health and wellness of the campus community. To accomplish our mission we empower all individuals in the community to engage in responsible decision-making by offering educational outreach activities and programming. We also lead the community in adopting health-promoting behaviors by sustaining a healthy culture on campus
The Muhlenberg College Pep-Band is a group of musicians who love Muhlenberg and love to perform at college events, sporting events, and other social events.
Contact: Ellen Powers
To bring together a group of dancers and have them perform jazz dances at different venues on campus. Along with dancing, there is an overall goal of creating teamwork through developing relationships with one another. Organizing events to raise money for the team and to use jazz dance as a way to connect with different students throughout the campus.
Contact: Alex Goshert
Phi Mu is a national, not-for-profit Fraternity that continues to help young women become better students, stronger professionals and greater leaders by offering social opportunities, support networks and personal enrichment resources.
Contact: Grace Wright
Phi Sigma Sigma
Contact: Annemarie Hayes
Facebook: Muhlenberg Philosophy Club
Contact: Chris Rothbard
We are a group of students working to 1) improve and expand the plant-based options in the dining hall, 2) spread awareness about why a plant-based diet helps the environment, the lives of animals, and our health and how to 3) provide support for new plant based eaters/vegans/vegetarians. We are aiming to expand resources on campus to help other students learn and act consciously on these values of sustainability and ethics in their own lives. Working towards this goal includes meeting with the dining hall staff to improve and expand plant-based options, providing support for those interested in becoming more plant-based, and spreading awareness of the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle for animals and for the environment.
Facebook:Plant Based Advocates Muhlenberg
Contact: Jessica Bice
A group of students intent on going into the field of Dentistry who meet to talk about shared experiences, interests, and knowledge regarding the field and entering into it after Muhlenberg.
Contact: Cailin Pachter
Pre-Occupational Therapy Club
Contact: Marissa Steiner
Contact: Victoria Basciano
The object and purpose of the Psychology Club is to create a place in which students interested in Psychology can gain exposure to new topics that they would not otherwise have the opportunity to learn about.
Contact: Julia Kearney
Psychology Honor Society
Contact: Emmerson Marles
Rejoice, Muhlenberg Gospel Choir
Rejoice, the Muhlenberg College Gospel Choir, is a spirit-filled musical ensemble. Comprised of students from various places, races and creeds, the Gospel Choir is truly reflective of the diverse interests and ethnicities within the Muhlenberg College community. Their common bond is their love of music and a passion to praise God through song.
Contact: Nicole Morris
Rock Climbing Club
This team gives students the opportunity to practice the meditative sport of rock climbing outside of campus with their peers every week. Rock Climbing Club promotes close bonds with a team designed to collaboratively strengthen rock climbing skills as well as general strength and endurance.
Contact: Kathryn L. Ranieri
Royal Explosion Dance
Royal Explosion is a dance club that takes in the influences of Afro-beats and Latinx music styles to choreographed unique dances together. Its primary goal is to provide representation of cultures that is often not present on campus on the surface level.
Facebook: Royal Explosion
Contact: Mercy Olajobi
Society of Arab Students
The Society of Arab Students is a student club aimed to inform and raise awareness on the Arab world. This club is apolitical and non-partisan; its primary goal is to educate. This organization will act as a support group for students of Arab origin, as well as first-generation students. It is open to students of all backgrounds, looking to broaden their knowledge on another ethnicity.
A community of students who are interested in learning more about the Spanish Language as well as literature and culture.
Contact: Andrea Laisure
Students for Queer Advocacy (SQuAd)
Students for Queer Advocacy supports LGBTQIAP+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual/aromantic, pansexual, etc.) students on Muhlenberg's campus. We are an advocacy group focused on creating a safe-space both inside and outside of our meetings. We strive to (A) reach out to the campus and wider community to educate and promote LGBTQIAP+ issues (B) create a safe-space where LGBTQIAP+ individuals and their allies can learn about, come to terms with and advocate for multiple expressions of sexuality, gender identity and gender expression (C) provide social activities for LGBTQIAP+ individuals and their allies (D) be an active part of the wider multicultural community on campus, alongside the other Multicultural Center organizations (E) restore and maintain a physical safe-space of the Pride House, which is free of discrimination and open to everyone.
Facebook: Muhlenberg SQuAd
Contact: Gabriella Petrone
Students for Reproductive Justice
Students for Reproductive Justice (SRJ) is a group dedicated fighting for reproductive rights for all and creating a sex positive environment. SRJ is also a Planned Parenthood Generation Action group.
Contact: Sara Levene
The Muhlenberg College Swim Club is a student-run organization that meets every week to swim according to a rigorous practice set. We are working toward expanding into the competitive club swimming scene.
Contact: Madeline Kemo
Taekwondo Club is a place where people of all abilities can come together and learn Taekwondo. We are a small club focused on learning striking and self defense techniques, but the goal is to compete at the collegiate level in the coming years. Come to learn something new and get a great workout!
Contact: Viet Le
Top Naach is Muhlenberg's Bollywood dance and cultural club that was established 4 years ago and continues to grow! It was created to learn, spread, and share more about South Asian culture throughout the community!
The object and purpose of Muhlenberg Ultimate Frisbee shall be to play the sport of ultimate frisbee throughout two seasons against other colleges & university teams.
Contact: Sean Duffy
The Unchained Theatre Collective: A Multiculturalist Ensemble aims to produce underrepresented works and provide a space for artistic expression that centers marginalized communities. This may be through the form of theatre, dance, music/song, poetry, student-led workshops, or any other forms of artistry.
Contact: Amisha Datta
Video Game Association, Muhlenberg (MVGA)
Who doesn’t love playing video games? Come join the MVGA, where we’ll play some games and even do a bit of learning in the process! After playing, we’ll discuss some themes of said games and other things that factored into the development of them, and you can finally tell your parents that video games taught you something educational!
Contact: Paul Giandinoto
Volleyball League, Intramural
Muhlenberg College's Intramural Volleyball League is a casual and friendly environment that provides a relaxing outlet for exercise and physical activity for the Muhlenberg community. Players of all skill levels are welcome and we aim to help improve the skill levels and community of everyone who wishes to join.
Facebook: Intramural Volleyball at Muhlenberg
Contact: Abigail Lofton
Wall Street Club at Muhlenberg College
The Wall Street Club at Muhlenberg College is a student-run organization with the goal of supplementing a Liberal Arts education with financial training, enabling students to compete for and secure both internships and jobs in finance.
LinkedIn: Wall Street Club at Muhlenberg
Contact: Gabrielle Neuman
Winter Sports Club
Contact: Kiana Holmes
WMUH is the radio station at Muhlenberg College since 1948. We welcome those with an interest in music, broadcasting and all things radio.
Contact: Michelle Rajan
Women in Business, Association for
Muhlenberg College Women in Business is a student run organization with the goal of empowering and developing women pursuing careers in business. Our mission is to provide a community for collaboration, access to strong female role models, and equip business women with skills to achieve their career goals.
Contact: Kristin Oberg
The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is a professional society whose mission is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences.
Contact: Olivia Schwager
Women in STEM, Association for
Contact: Alison Bashford
The poetry and writing club on campus.
Young Democratic Socialists of America, Muhlenberg College Chapter
The object and purpose of the Chapter is to organize Muhlenberg students to advocate for social justice. Our goal is to generate social change for our community members through education and demonstration. By facilitating a democratic, feminist, anti-racist safe space, our club will be a welcoming environment for Muhlenberg College community members of all backgrounds and political interests to learn about socialism.
Contact: Emily Drake
Zeta Beta Tau