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In the News - Summer 2015 

 

  • Channel 69 News
    • Political Science Prof. Chris Borick was quoted in a story about the potential for Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski resuming his suspended U.S. Senate campaign. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the Supreme Court and the Affordable Care Act. Read More
    • Rich Niesenbaum, professor of biology and director of the sustainability studies program, is interviewed about coal and pollution in Luzerne County. Read More
    • Rich Niesenbaum, professor of biology and director of the sustainability studies program, is interviewed about poison ivy. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about St. Luke's Health Network providing scholarships to local students. Read More
    • President Helm's "Raiders of the Liberal Arts" video, produced by the Media People, won a gold Hermes Creative Video Award. Read More
    • SMT's season is previewed. Read More
  • Easton Express-Times
    • Father John Krivak, long-time Catholic chaplain, at Muhlenberg College has been re-assigned to a church in Bethlehem. Read More
    • The College is mentioned in an article on the proposed PPL rate boost. Read More
    • Jake Plunket is the new head men's lacrosse coach at 'Berg. Read More
  • Muhlenberg Web Sports
    • Former captain of Syracuse's national championship team, Jake Plunket, named head men's lacrosse coach for the Mules. Read More
    • Jordan Rosenthal finishes 12th at NCAA track and field championships. Read More
  • Pittsburgh Tribune Review
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about corruption in Pennsylvania. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Republican party's advertising campaign in Pennsylvania. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, quoted on the recent political scandal in Allentown. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the legislative budget impasse. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Governor Wolf and issues concerning services for the blind. Read More
    • Chris Borick is quoted in an article about the US Senate race in Pennsylvania. Read More
  • The Express Times
    • Avenue Q, Grimm and Hello Dolly are included in a list of 17 performances to see this summer. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the doctor who exposed himself several times on and near campus last spring. Read More
    • Doug Finley tabbed as head men's and women's cross country coach at Muhlenberg. Read More
    • The College will host the regional hearing on the proposed PPL rate hike. Read More
    • Two Northwestern Lehigh High School athletes will attend 'Berg. Read More
    • There is a photo gallery of the best graduation caps from the area college commencements. Read More
    • The Express-Times posted a photo slideshow from Commencement. Read More
  • The Morning Call
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the possibilities for the next mayor of Allentown, should Mayor Pawlowski resign. Read More
    • Recent graduate Kira Colburn and adjunct professor Kellie O'Neill are listed in the "hirings and promotions" column. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about Hillary Clinton campaigning in Scranton. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Planned Parenthood. Read More
    • Former athletic business and facilities manager Ray Ramella has been named athletic director at Nazareth High School. Read More
    • Alumnus James Bleakly, Jr. was featured for his new position at QNB Bank as senior vice president/leasing operations, special assets, appraisal management. He was an economics major at Muhlenberg. Read More
    • Chris Borick, political science professor, was quoted in an article about Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski raising $384K for his now-suspended U.S. Senate bid amid a grand jury probe. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg College Summer Theatre sensory-friendly performance of Gruff! from last summer was featured in an opinion piece about the impact of the arts on individuals with disabilities. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about the Synergy Project, which helps the homeless youth in Allentown. DZ and ATO helped sponsor the project. Read More
    • Muhlenberg and Desales University are featured for their "access to the arts" efforts with summer theatre performances. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Hillary Clinton returning Mayor Pawlowski's campaign contribution. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about the Air Products Internship program. Lehigh Carbon Community College recently joined the program, which was launched at Muhlenberg. Read More
    • Alumna Kaitie Berger has been promoted at Discover Lehigh Valley. Read More
    • "Hello Dolly" is one of two events featured in the "Go Guide," which highlights top local events.
    • Another terrific review for the Summer Music Theatre production of Hello Dolly. Read More
    • The Wescoe School recently received a bronze Telly Award for their television commercial, #1 for Vets. The honor was featured in a Morning Call roundup article. Read More
    • Political Science Prof. Chris Borick was quoted in an article about Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski suspending his U.S. Senate campaign. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg housing policy was referenced in an article about Lehigh considering a policy that would require juniors to live on campus. Read More
    • The College has been recognized as "Fit Friendly," by the American Heart Association. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the budget debate in Harrisburg. Read More
    • The college is mentioned in an article bout doctor, who exposed himself on and near the campus. Read More
    • There is a farewell piece/reminder about Avenue Q. Read More
    • Chris Herrick, professor of political science and director of the international studies program, is interviewed about the attack on the Air Products plant in France. Read More
    • The special performances of Grimm, that cater to children with autism, are featured. Read More
    • Rising sophomore Justin Ballasy advanced to Las Vegas in the "So You Think You Can Dance" competition. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, comments on the spending in a Northampton County judicial race. Read More
    • Patricia Bradt, associate professor emerita of environmental science, writes a letter to the editor about Pope Francis and climate change. Read More
    • Grimm, the Summer Music Theatre children's production, gets an excellent review. Read More
    • A Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll is cited and used as the basis for a story about perceptions of crime in downtown Allentown. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned for the new Center City homebuyer incentive plan. Read More
    • The children's Summer Music Theatre production of Grimm is featured. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article on gambling and its impact on the state budget. Read More
    • Avenue Q, which opened this week, gets a superb review. Read More
    • A recent Institute for Public Opinion Poll is cited in an article about crime and cameras in the City of Allentown. Read More
    • The hiring of new chief information officer Allan Chen is highlighted. Read More
    • Doug Finley named head cross country coach at 'Berg. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the SATs. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Pennsylvania Senate rejecting the Governor's nominee for state police commissioner. Read More
    • The Summer Music Theatre is featured. Read More
    • President Helm is featured in a farewell Q&A with a photo gallery. Read More
    • Allan Chen's appointment as Muhlenberg's CIO is announced. Read More
    • SMT's upcoming production of Avenue Q is featured. Read More
    • Former men's basketball coach, Ken Moyer, who passes away recently, is praised. Read More
    •  Alumnus and Hall of Famer Jason Brader is featured for his performance workout camp, which has helped prepare many student-athletes for college and the NFL. Read More
    • President Helm published an opinion piece, based on his Baccalaureate address. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the Pennsylvania Youth Ballet. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about the upcoming PPL rate hike meetings. Read More
    • There is a story about the Freddy Awards. The College is briefly mentioned as Nat Rosario of Allen High School won the Muhlenberg College scholarship. Read More
  • The Philadelphia Inquirer
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the race for Pennsylvania Attorney General. Read More
    • Budget woes lead to increased discussion about increasing gaming in Pennsylvania. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about summer hoops on the Jersey shore. Charlie Naddaff, parent of Kathleen Naddaff, a former Mule basketball player, is the league's founder. Read More
  • Washington Post
      • In a story about George Washington University no longer requiring SAT scores, the College is one of 180 schools listed that already have the policy in place. Read More
      • Recent grad Leigh Ann Baron is featured regarding her college search and the importance of finding the right school. Read More
      • In a second column about Commencement speeches, Marian Wright Edelman's 2008 speech at 'Berg is cited again. Read More

     

  • Miscellaneous Sources....
    • Al Dia News
      • The College is one of several organizations to receive a $3000 grant to promote 500 years of Latino history in America. Read More
    • Allentown ( N J ) Examiner
      • Junior quarterback Nick Palladino is featured. Read More
    • Associated Press
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a state-wide story on the budget stalemate. Read More
      • A recent Institute of Public Opinion poll was cited in a story about Pope Francis. The story ran in the Morning Call and on the Associated Press national news wire. Read More
    • Broadway World
      • The Fishbowl Collective, comprised of many Muhlenberg alumni, will perform at 54 Below in New York City. Read More
    • Burlington County (N J) Times
      • Incoming freshman Jeremy Berinson is quoted in a story about Moorestown Friends students attending college. Read More
    • Centre Daily Times
      • Madeline Garber, an incoming freshman, is mentioned in a story about the Summer Academy for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired at Penn State. Read More
    • Chronicle Of Higher Education
      • The College is mentioned in an article about guns on college campuses. The article references an experiment done on campus by the Bethlehem Police Department that was featured on ABC's 20/20. Read More
    • East Penn Press
      • The East Penn Press review says "it's good to have Dolly back." Read More
    • Food Management Magazine
      • Chris Wallace, operations manager for Sodexo and Muhlenberg Dining Services, is quoted in a story about "grab and go" options at colleges. Read More
      • The Chinese New Year cooking exhibition is featured. Read More
    • Forbes
      • The College is listed 144th of 650 colleges in Forbes' list of top colleges and universities. Read More
    • Grand Rapids Press (michigan)
      • In an opinion piece about renewable energy, a recent study by the College and the University of Michigan is cited. Read More
    • Harrisburg Patriot News
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a column about the current "play for pay" scandal issues in Allentown. Read More
    • Hillel International
      • In a listing of Jewish enrollments at private colleges, Muhlenberg is listed seventh by percentage and 32nd by total population. Read More
    • Huffington Post
      • The College and incoming freshman Riley Cassidy are mentioned in a column by her father, Mike Cassidy. Read More
    • Jewish Chronicle
      • Peter Pettit, assistant professor of religion studies and director of the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, is quoted in an article about a trip to Israel by interfaith clergy. Read More
    • Lax Power
      • Jake Plunket named head men's lacrosse coach. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Business
      • Dan Klem, Acopian Professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology, is featured. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Stage
      • LV Stage says "Hello Dolly" is the best production in the Lehigh Valley. Read More
    • Lehighton Times News
      • The College is briefly mentioned in a story about the Holocaust and Jeannette Eichenwald. Read More
    • New Jersey Jewish News
      • Alumna Alina Gerlovin Spaulding is featured. Read More
    • Norwich ( N Y ) Evening Sun
      • Jacy Good '08 continues her speaking tour about the dangers of distracted driving. Read More
    • Poughkeepsie Journal
      • Emily Brundage '16 is featured for her experience at the Machon Kaplan program at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism in Washington, DC. Read More
    • Princeton Review
      • The College is listed among the top 380 schools in the latest Princeton Review. Muhlenberg's theatre and dance program is ranked sixth for best theatre program and 17th for best food. Read More
    • Reading Eagle
      • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about a new book about the Muhlenberg family. The article is password protected. Read More
    • Science 2.0
      • Jeff Pooley (media and comm) had his article from "The Conversation" re-published. The article is about social media metrics. Read More
    • Star Ledger ( N J )
      • Rachel Manci is one of 17 college students selected to participate in a highly selective summer medical internship at Overlook Medical Center. Read More
    • The Conversation
      • Jeff Pooley, chair and associate professor of media and communication, published an article about social media metrics. Read More
    • The Item Of Millburn And Short Hills
      • Alec Wolf, Class of 2019 was profiled in The Item of Millburn and Short Hills as young actor with Tourettes Syndrome who is preparing to come to Berg. Read More
    • University Business Magazine
      • Allan Chen named CIO at Muhlenberg. Read More
    • W D I Y F M
      • Roland Kushner, associate professor of business, will be a musical guest on All Reet Street on WDIY-FM, 88.1 FM. The program airs Sat from 11;30 to noon. Listen live at: Read More
    • West End Living
      • The summer music theatre productions along with Brain Camp, GEMS, athletic camps, the EF High School exchange program and the fall community festival are all highlighted. West End Living is the magazine of the West End Theatre District.
    • Wilkes Barre Times Leader
      • Alumnus Scott Koerwer has been appointed vice president at Commonwealth Medical College. Read More