Public Relations

In the Media - Summer 2017

  • Channel 69 News
    • Biology professor Marten Edwards, and his class, are featured in a segment about ticks. Read More
    • The upcoming Summer Music Theatre productions are featured. Read More
  • The Morning Call
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article on Pennsylvania's troubled budget process. Read More
    • The Summer Music Theatre revival of 'My Fair Lady,' including the performances of Muhlenberg alumni Meredith Kate Doyle '16 and Zach Love '16, is reviewed. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article that revisits U.S. Senator Pat Toomey’s push to overhaul Medicaid. Read More
    • 'My Fair Lady,' the final production of the 2017 Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre season, is featured. Read More
    • The Atlas Circus Company, which performs Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre's 'Wild' is mentioned as part of a Bethlehem circus event. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre's production of 'Wild' gets a rave review. Read More
    • Atlas Circus, founded in 2015 at Muhlenberg, was featured in an article about the upcoming Cirque It festival in Bethlehem. The Summer Music Theatre production of Wild was also mentioned. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, was quoted in an article about Senator Pat Toomey, his recent town hall event and his views on health care. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Pennsylvania's unfinished budget process. Read More
    • "Wild," the Summer Music Theatre production, is featured along with the Atlas Circus Company. Read More
    • "Dig in for Duke" campaign announced; Corey Goff named interim football coach. Read More
    • A review of the Summer Music Theatre production of Hair was featured. Read More
    • The kick-off of Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre with the production of Hair was featured in a Morning Call article. Read More
    • Football coach Mike Donnelly, in need of a bone marrow transplant, is featured. Read More
    • Don Clemons '72, will be inducted into the McDonald's Football Classic Hall of Fame. Clemons played at Muhlenberg and coached in the NFL for 27 years. Read More
    • The Martin Art Gallery, which is hosting an exhibition of the 1980s art scene in Allentown, is featured. Read More
    • Alumni Anthony Azizi and Madison Ferris are mentioned in an article about local connections to the Tony Awards. Read More
    • President Williams is mentioned as one of the co-signers to the "We are Still In" campaign. Read More
    • The Summer Music Theatre production of 'Hair' and director James Peck are featured. Read More
    • The Summer Music Theatre productions are featured. Read More
    • The College is mentioned in an article about local companies Victaulic and Follett supporting a Lehigh Valley business competition. Read More
    • Brian Ming Chu, an adjunct faculty member in the music department, will perform in the La Fiocco Baroque concert in Princeton, NJ. Read More
    • The College is mentioned in an article about JFK's 100th birthday. President Nixon, at that time running against JFK, spoke at the College a week before JFK visited Allentown. Read More
  • Muhlenberg Web Sports
    • The Muhlenberg men's basketball team and five of its players were honored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) for academic excellence during the 2016-17 season. Read More
    • Muhlenberg men's basketball player Levelle Arnold conducts virtual reality research to explore if the technology can be used to create realistic, first-person memories in a lab setting. Read More
    • Muhlenberg women's basketball player Rachel Plotke is working this summer with Planned Parenthood's Health Center, interacting with patie nts to engage them in advocacy work, volunteering or sharing their personal stories. Read More
    • Emma Rosenthal '18, a member of Muhlenberg's field hockey team, talks about her experience at Camp Charlie, a week-long bereavement camp for children ages 6 to 12 who have lost a parent or sibling. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg football team received votes in the D3football.com poll for the fourth straight year. Read More
    • Alex Stone, a player and coach in one of the strongest Division III conferences for the past eight years, has joined the Muhlenberg staff as an assistant men's lacrosse coach. Read More
    • Lily Otu has been named assistant director of athletics for student-athlete development, diversity and inclusion at Muhlenberg College . Read More
    • Check out the athletic PLAYS OF THE YEAR. Read More
  • Other News
    • Benton Foundation
      • Jeff Pooley, assoc iate professor of Media and Communication, published an article, 'Information Laundering, Economists and Ajit Pai’s Race to Roll-Back the Obama-era FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules,' coauthored with Dwayne Winseck (Carleton University), on the Benton Foundation blog. Read More
    • Bethlehem Press
      • The Summer Music Theatre production of Hair was reviewed by the Bethlehem Press. The review will appear in the June 21 and 22 print editions. Read More
    • East Penn Press
      • The Summer Music Theatre productions are featured. Read More
    • Inside Higher Ed
      • Jeff Pooley, associate professor and chair of media and communication, spoke to Inside Higher Ed about his co-authored paper that critiqued an article and its lack of funding disclosure. The article he questioned was cited by the FCC chair as an argument to roll back net neutrality. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Live
      • Muhlenberg theatre alumnus David Caserta '97 is mentioned as an upcoming participant on the television show 'Penn and Teller: Fool US.' The show is scheduled to air at 8 p,m. on Jul 20. Read More
      • Lehigh Valley Live featured a story on Muhlenberg College head football coach Mike Donnelly and his recent health concerns. One of the most successful coaches in Mules history, Donnelly needs a bone marrow transplant after being diagnosed with acute monocytic leukemia in Spring 2017. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Press
      • The Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre (MSMT) production of My Fair Lady was reviewed in the Lehigh Valley Press publications, including the Bethlehem Press. Read More
    •  MSNBC
      • A story about support for Israel among young Jews is accompanied by a photo of Muhlenberg students on a Birthright trip to Israel. The story is published by Almeiner, the fastest growing Jewish newspaper in the USA. Read More
    • Muhlenberg College Website
      • Muhlenberg College announces agreement with Penn State College of Medicine. The collaboration will allow outstanding Muhlenberg public health students to pursue early graduate assurance. Read More
    • National Public Radio
      • Marten Edwards was featured on National Public Radio. Read More
      • Marten Edwards, professor of biology, will be on WHYY, Philly's NPR station, today at 10 am.
    • Patriot-News
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, was quoted in a Harrisburg Patriot-News article about gerrymandering. Read More
    • Public News Service
      • As a featured interview on the Net Neutrality Day of Action, Jeff Pooley, associate professor and chair of media & communication, discusses his recent paper critiquing a lack of disclosure for an industry-funded research article. Read More
    • Reading Eagle
      • The Reading Eagle featured the current 1980s exhibit in the Martin Art Gallery. Read More
    • Republican Herald
      • Alumna Jeanette Triano Sinn and her new role as executive director of the nonprofit organization Servants to All was featured in the Republican Herald. Read More
    • Ripon Forum
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, published an opinion piece on the latest views of Donald Trump in Northampton County. Read More
    • Scranton Times Tribune
      • Corey Goff, director of athletics and Muhlenberg's interim football coach, is interviewed about football coach Mike Donnelly and the Mules' combined efforts to raise awareness of acute monocytic leukemia and increase Bone Marrow Registry participants. Read More
    • The Center For Media And Democracy
      • A paper co-authored by Jefferson Pooley, associate professor and chair of media & communication, is mentioned. Pooley recently wrote an article assessing net neutrality research cited by FCC chair Ajit Pai. Read More
    • The Express Times
      • Football coach Mike Donnelly's battle with leukemia is highlighted. Read More
    • The Herald of Scotland
      • The College's partnership with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is highlighted. Read More