In the Media - Spring 2017

  • Channel 69 News
    • Erika Sutherland, professor of Spanish, is featured by Channel 69 espanol for her workshop on immigration rights under President Trump. Read More
    • Channel 2 and Channel 69 covered the men's basketball vision training program, a partnership with Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network.
    • Muhlenberg's Lunar New Year Celebration, which featured homemade dumplings, student performances and cultural facts, was highlighted in an article and video. Read More
    • The College's Lunar New Year Dumpling Fest is featured. Read More
  • The Morning Call
    • Moody's has affirmed the College's A1 bond rating, a sign of financial strength in higher education. Read More
    • "Listen to Me," which opens this week at the College, is featured. Read More
    • The women's basketball team is the number two seed in the Centennial Conference tournament this weekend. Read More
    • The Atlas Circus Company, which was founded at Muhlenberg College, will present "The Optimist" at Dixon Place in New York City. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about social media and Senator Pat Toomey. Read More
    • Women's basketball knocks off Gettysburg. Read More
    • Roland Kushner, associate professor of business, is quoted in an article about the impact of President Trump's tax and trade policies on businesses. Read More
    • Ariella Goldstein '10, who reached the semi-finals of the college championship in 2009, is mentioned in an article about a Lehigh student competing on Jeopardy. Read More
    • Senior Willie Britt, a first team All-American, will be honored as a top scholar-athlete at the Lehigh Valley chapter of the Nati onal Football Foundation Hall of Fame Dinner. Read More
    • The famous 15-6 Muhlenberg "stalling" basketball game, 35 years ago, is highlighted in a sports column. Read More
    • Roland Kushner, associate professor of business, was featured in an article about President Trump's economic policies. Read More
    • Muhlenberg' s Gospel Weekend was featured in a religion roundup article. Read More
    • The upcoming dance showcase "Master Choreographers" is featured. Read More
    • Peter Pettit, director of the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, writes an opinion piece about President Trump's executive order on immigration. Read More
    • A local column notes that the Mules are poised for playoff runs in both men's and women's basketall. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a story about the Pennsylvania budget crunch and its impact on families in the state. Read More
    • The College Democrats are sponsoring a "how we fight back" workshop March 4, featuring alumnus and state representative Mike Schlossberg. Read More
    • Chris borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the fate of Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski. Read More
    • Rabbi Melissa Simon, Jewish Chaplain and Hillel Director, took part in the Hijab Solidarity Day. She is in the video. Read More
    • Anita Kelly, from the counseling center, and Jonathan Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, have been named to the advisory board of the Bradbury Sullivan Center in Allentown. Read More
    • The College's Lunar New Year Dumpling Festival is featured in a Morning Call video (first listing under video) and in a page 4 photo spread in the Call. Reminder, the Call is now available FREE in Seegers Union. Read More
    • Nine Muhlenberg students performed as part of the Kristen Chenoweth event at the Zoellner Arts Center. Read More
    • There is a photo gallery of the Lunar New Year Dumpling Festival. Read More
    • There is a weather photo from the College on the front page.
    • Ioanna Chatzidimitriou, assistant professor in the language, literature and cultures department, is quoted in an article about charter schools in the Bethlehem School District. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article comparing the 2008 and 2016 presidential inaugurations. Read More
    • The Mules, and the first wrestling match ever held in Seegers Union, are included in a round-up of Lehigh Valley college wrestling. Read More
    • The College's jazz tap ensemble will perform prior to the production of 42nd Street at the Zoellner Center. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Pennsylvania Congressmen working with Donald Trump. Read More
    • The Mules are mentioned in a flashback sports column. The women's basketball game had a 13-game winning streak snapped 15 years ago this week. Read More
    • Big fourth quarter rally pushes Mules to victory over DeSales in women's basketball. Read More
  • Muhlenberg Web Sports
    • Men's lacrosse team falls in opener. Read More
    • Women's basketball team beats McDaniel, locks up second seed in conference tournament. Read More
    • Mules lose to McDaniel to close out men's basketball season with 12-12 mark. Read More
    • Track teams look good at Keough Invitational, ready for conference meet. Read More
    • Women's basketball has record night in victory over Bryn Mawr. Read More
    • Men's basketball falls to Ursinus. Read More
    • Sophomore Gennaro Cerminara earns bronze medal at Centennial Conference wrestling championships. Read More
    • Men's basketball team falls on Senior Day. Read More
    • Track teams shatter records on Staten Island. Read More
    • Mules clinch women's basketball playoff berth with comeback win over Gettysburg. Read More
    • Men's basketball uses big second half to beat Haverford. Read More
    • Furious second half rally falls short as Mules fall to Haverford in women's basketball. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg mens basketball team fought back from a deficit the second half but ultimately could not finish the rally in an 80-63 loss to Franklin and Marshall. Read More
    • The track and field teams showed they are on the right path for their third trip to Collegeville - for the Centennial Conference Championships in three weeks. The Mules combined for 22 new or improved CC qualifiers at the Frank Colden Invitational, a large non-scoring meet. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg wrestling team finished the regular season with its first Centennial Conference dual match victory of the year, beating McDaniel 29-19. Read More
    • Maggie Zerbe, the lone senior on the womens basketball team put on a performance that matched her enthusiasm for Senior Day, scoring 11 points and pulling down five rebounds in a 79-47 win. Read More
    • Women's basketball team wins sixth straight, giving Coach Rohn career win #400. Read More
    • Men's hoop team falls to Swarthmore, ending three-game win streak. Read More
    • Women's basketball team wins fifth straight. Read More
    • Improving wrestlers drop two dual meets. Read More
    • Men's basketball team wins to join playoff race. Read More
    • Track teams shine in home meet. Read More
    • Men's basketball team uses fast start and women's hoop team has record fourth quarter to complete a doubleheader sweep of Dickinson. Read More
    • Women's basketball team handles Ursinus. Wrestlers fall at Scranton. Read More
    • Men's basketball team tops Kings in a one-point contest. Read More
    • Fourth quarter rally propels women's basketball to a win over Johns Hopkins. Read More
    • Wrestlers fall twice, but Jake Gordon defeats reigning conference champion. Read More
    • Jaryd Flank wins twice and Mule men's and women's teams perform well. Read More
    • Men's basketball team falls at Johns Hopkins. Read More
    • Men's basketball team suffers heart-breaking triple overtime loss to Ursinus. Read More
    • Women's hoop rebounds with key win over DeSales. Read More
  • Miscellaneous Sources...
    • EvoLLLution
      • Allan Chen, chief information officer, writes about customer service and the student experience with technology. Read More
    • Hakol
      • Rabbi Melissa Simon, Jewish Chaplain and Hillel Director, is the co-author of an article about a Jewish learning conference in the United Kingdom.
      • There is an article about the Muhlenberg College students who participated in the Birthright trips to Israel.
    • Moked.it
      • Daniel Leisawitz, director of the Italian studies program, had a recent article cited on www.Moked.it, the portal of the UCEI (Association of Jewish-Italian Communities), the Italian national body that officially oversees the 22 Jewish communities in Italy. Read More
    • Penn State News
      • Sharrell Luckett, assistant professor of theatre and performance studies, spoke on black performance at Penn State Altoona. Read More
    • Public Radio International
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, was a guest on a radio forum including: William Cohan, writer, investment banker and author; Chuck Collins, senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies; and Stephen Moore, Distinguished Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation.
    • Scholar Match Honor Roll
      • Muhlenberg is one of 301 colleges named to the College Honor Roll. The list analyzes college data to determine which schools are offering excellent opportunities for low-income and first-generation students. Read More
    • U.S. News & World Report
      • Tom Dowd, executive director of career services, is featured in the article "Colleges Help Liberal Arts Students Find Careers" Read More
    • Vox
      • Paul McEwan, director of the film studies program an associate professor of media and communication, is quoted in an article about celebrity performers at the presidential inauguration. Read More
    • W D I Y F M
      • Tonight at 6 pm on Lehigh Valley Discourse, James Bloom, professor of English, talks about higher education and its critics, today's students, and courses he has taught, such as "Reading the NY Times" and "Jewish Humor."