In the Media - Spring 2017

  • Channel 69 News
    • Mules introduce Kevin Hopkins as the new men's basketball coach. Read More
    • Eleanor Roosevelt's visit to the Lehigh Valley and Muhlenberg College is remembered. Kudos to Susan Falciani of Trexler Library, who helped with this story. Read More
    • Women's basketball team headed to NCAA tournament. Read More
    • Muhlenberg College and the Allentown Art Museum sign a partnership agreement. Read More
    • 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
    • President and Mrs. Williams are mentioned in a column about the gala at the Allentown Art Museum. Read More
    • The late Mel Stark, a former professor of art at the College, is mentioned in a column about an exhibit touring the Lehigh Valley. Read More
    • The latest Institute for Public Opinion, about issues in the city of Allentown, is featured. Read More
    • Recent grad Madison Ferris is featured for her role in the Glass Menagerie on Broadway. Read More
    • The Summer Music Theatre productions have been selected and are highlighted. Read More
    • Senior Daniel Cohen publishes an opinion piece about the Syrian air strikes. Read More
    • The latest Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll, regarding Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, is featured. Read More
    • Kevin Hopkins introduced as the new head men's basketball coach at Muhlenberg. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Congressman Charlie Dent. Read More
    • Alumnus Anthony Azizi is featured for her starring role in "Oslo" at Lincoln Center. Read More
    • Alumnus Leonard Lightner appointed interim director of the Allentown Department of Community and Economic Development. Read More
    • Student Jess Pearse is mentioned in an article about the Allentown Mayoral race. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a column about the Allentown Mayoral race. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is mentioned in a Bill White column on Congressman Charlie Dent. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a Retail Watch column item about Cafe Frais, a new cafe and convenience store that will open later this year. Read More
    • The College's Acopian Center for Ornithology is mentioned in an article about the late Sarkis Acopian and the Acopian Technical Company. Read More
    • Former cheerleading coach Jacole Fletcher-Quartey is mentioned in an article about the upcoming Glibe Bowl all-star football game.
    • Erika Sutherland, professor of Spanish, is featured for her work running workshops for immigrants in the community. Read More
    • Junior Jess Pearse is mentioned in an article about an appeal in the Allentown mayoral race.
    • The upcoming production of "Wig Out" is featured. Read More
    • The College is mentioned in an article about a new cafe and storage center coming to 23rd and Liberty Streets. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in a Bill White column about Congressman Charlie Dent. Read More
    • A recent poll by the Institute of Public Opinion is cited in an article about the health of Lehigh Valley residents. Read More
    • Junior Jess Pearse is mentioned in an article about a appeal in the case involving the Allentown Mayoral race. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about a feud between President Trump and Congressman Charlie Dent. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Mansfield University and the plight of the state college system. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the Republicans and the vote to repeal Obamacare. Read More
    • Roland Kushner, associate professor of business, writes an opinion piece about the Lehigh Valley being at a crossroads for business at a critical time. Read More
    • Senior Jess Pearce is mentioned in an article about a challenge to a candidacy in the Allentown mayoral race. Read More
    • The College's new agreement with the Allentown Art Museum is mentioned. Among other features, the agreements allows free admission to AAM for Muhlenberg students. Read More
    • Marcia Morgan, associate professor of philosophy and director of women's and gender studies, is quoted on the value and application of gender studies in an article about proposed curriculum changes in Saucon Valley School District. Read More
    • Professor Chris Borick is quoted in an article about a recent poll by Muhlenberg's Institute of Public Opinion that discusses shifting attitudes towards mental illness. Read More
    • Jessica Pearse '18 is mentioned for her legal challenge in the Allentown mayoral race. Read More
    • Wescoe School announces new data analytics program. Read More
    • Jessica Pearse '18 is mentioned in an article about a ballot challenge for mayoral candidates Garcia and Pez. Read More
    • The College is mentioned for participation in a talk to follow an ArtsQuest film series focuses on immigration & refugees. Read More
    • The latest Institute of Public Opinion poll, about Obamacare, is featured. Chris Borick, professor of political science, is also quoted in the article. Read More
    • The upcoming Wescoe School information session is highlighted. Read More
    • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about the Allentown Mayoral race and Center City voting patterns. Read More
    • Muhlenberg alumnus and M&T Bank's regional president for greater Philadelphia and southern New Jersey markets Ira Brown is featured in a business profile. Read More
    • Professor emeritus Nelvin Vos is named as a recipient of the Nelvin Vos, Outstanding Service designation of the 2017 Arts Ovation Award by the Allentown Arts Commission. Read More
    • Muhlenberg athletes Jaryd Flank, Mike Bessette, Anthony Calantoni and Corey Mullins are mentioned in an article previewing this weekend's NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships. Read More
    • Muhlenberg is mentioned as a sponsor of the West End St. Pat's 5K race, to be held next Sat. The race begins outside Memorial Hall on Liberty Street. Read More
    • Berg hosts Chamber of Commerce summit on LGBT business. Read More
    • State representative and alumnus Mike Schlossberg hosted a workshop for community activism at the College. Read More
    • The upcoming Wescoe School information session is included in a round-up of local events. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg College Community Dancers will be part of the Lehigh Valley "Young at Art" expo net weekend. Read More
    • The Chapel will host the American Guild of Organist's concert Sun. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a column by Chamber of Commerce President Tony Iannelli. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in a letter to the editor about the reaction to President Trump's speech to Congress. Read More
    • Cantor Kevin Wartell, who will perform with the Four Tops, is dedicating his performances to the the "One World" program, a series of cross-cultural outreach seminars sponsored by the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding at Muhlenberg College. Read More
    • Several Muhlenberg dancers will be part of the "Above the Fold" origami series being presented by the Allentown Art Museum. Read More
    • Several students were interviewed following President Trump's speech to Congress. In addition to the article, there is a photo gallery and a video. Read More
    • The 2012 women's basketball team, which reached the second round of the NCAA playoffs, is highlighted in a flashback sports column. Read More
    • Erika Sutherland, associate professor of Spanish, is quoted in an article about immigration issues and potential scams. Read More
    • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about Lafayette College expanding. Read More
    • Lily Stonburg and Allie Mirsky are pictured on the front page of the Morning Call and in the Call's photo gallery of people enjoying the spring like weather. (photos 16-18) Read More
    • Men's basketball coach Scott McClary '92 has resigned. Read More
    • 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
    • Softball rallies fall short in doubleheader loss to Swarthmore. Read More
    • Baseball splits with Washington College. Read More
    • Women's golf team finishes fourth at Centennial Conference championships. Sine Filler earns second straight All-Conference honor. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse wins on Senior Day; remain tied for first place in conference. Read More
    • Men's lacrosse falls on Senior Day. Read More
    • Men's tennis falls to Wilkes. Read More
    • Track and field teams look sharp at Widener Invitational. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse wins; moves into first place tie. Read More
    • Softball team sweeps Elizabethtown. Read More
    • Swarthmore downs men's tennis team. Read More
    • Women's golf team wins third straight tournament. Read More
    • Softball shuts own Dickinson and earns a split of the doubleheader. Read More
    • Baseball team suffers walk-off loss to Haverford. Read More
    • Track teams post excellent performances at three different meets. Read More
    • Softball drops a twin I'll to McDaniel. Read More
    • McDaniel downs men's lacrosse team. Read More
    • Mules lose two close ones in baseball. Read More
    • Tough loss for men's tennis team. Read More
    • Baseball knocks off Swarthmore. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse team registers 10th win if the year. Read More
    • Softball team drops a pair to Moravian. Read More
    • Moravian edges women's tennis team. Read More
    • Women's tennis team downed by Bryn Mawr. Read More
    • Baseball falls at Swarthmore. Read More
    • Swarthmore handles men's lacrosse team. Read More
    • Freshman Kat Hodges takes medalist honors and the women's golf team wins the Ursinus Invitational. Read More
    • Junior Jordy Bonvini scores six goals as the women's lacrosse team handles Montclair and moves to 9-2. Read More
    • Men's golf finishes fourth at Ursinus Invitational. Read More
    • Softball team drops a doubleheader to Ursinus. Read More
    • Baseball team takes care of Eastern in spectacular night at Coca Cola Park. Read More
    • Softball team sweeps Haverford. Read More
    • Baseball team falls at Dickinson. Read More
    • Men's tennis team falls. Read More
    • Baseball team splits with Johns Hopkins. Read More
    • Mules and F&M split a softball doubleheader. Read More
    • Track teams combine for 30 Conference qualifiers and add two more ECAC qualifiers. Read More
    • Alumni return to surprise retiring women's tennis coach Linda Andrews; Mules fall to Johns Hopkins. Read More
    • Men's lacrosse falls to Washington College. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse team has eight-game winning streak snapped. Read More
    • The nationally ranked women's lacrosse team wins its eighth straight contest. Read More
    • Softball team earns split with DeSales. Read More
    • Baseball falls short at Dickinson. Read More
    • Men's golf finishes second at Moravian Invitational. Read More
    • Men's and women's tennis teams fall to Ursinus. Read More
    • Women's golf team wins Muhlenberg Invitational for first time in program history. Read More
    • Baseball splits with Gettysburg in conference openers. Read More
    • Mules fall to Gettysburg in men's lacrosse. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse team knocks off #1 Gettysburg. Read More
    • Records and personal bests highlight home meet for the track and field teams. Read More
    • Women's golf team finishes at Gettysburg Invitational. Read More
    • Both tennis teams fall to F&M. Read More
    • Baseball picks up another win. Read More
    • Softball drops a doubleheader. Read More
    • Men's tennis team beats Moravian, adds Matte Cup points. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse wins sixth straight. Read More
    • Haverford tops Mules in women's tennis.
    • Baseball team knocks off Scranton. Read More
    • Men's lacrosse team downed by Haverford. Read More
    • Men's tennis falls in conference opener. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse racks up fifth straight win. Read More
    • Men's golf team finishes eighth at McDaniel Invitational. Read More
    • Softball sweeps Washington to open league play. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse team shuts out Bryn Mawr. Read More
    • Mules open outdoor track and field season; Jamie Pacilio and Michelle Gaykowski claim first place wins. Read More
    • Extra-innings win earns a split for the baseball team. Read More
    • Women's tennis team falls in conference opener. Read More
    • Men's tennis rolls to second straight win. Read More
    • Baseball team shuts out Albright. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse moves to 3-1 with win over Buffalo State. Read More
    • Late rally by Lebanon Valley topples Mules in men's lacrosse. Read More
    • Baseball team wins in extra innings. Read More
    • Men's lacrosse thumps Elmira for second straight win. Read More
    • Men's tennis earns first victory. Read More
    • Five Mules named to winter Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship team. Read More
    • Brandi Vallely named to 3hoops.com all-region women' basketball team. Read More
    • Forty two Mules named to Centennial Conference winter All-Academic honor roll. Read More
    • Field hockey team earns academic honors from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. Read More
    • Jaryd Flank earns All-America honors at NCAA Division III track and field championships. Read More
    • Baseball drops final two games on southern swing. Read More
    • Distance medley relay team earns All-American honors at NCAAs; softball team splits in Florida; baseball falls. Read More
    • Six Muhlenberg indoor track and field athletes were selected to the All-Mideast Region team by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Read More
    • After battling through a string of heartbreaking losses, the Muhlenberg softball team broke through in a big way, scoring in each of the first five innings en route to a much-deserved 12-6 win against Juniata. Read More
    • Men's Lacrosse Beats Moravian for First Win. A new twist on an old rivalry resulted in the Muhlenberg men's lacrosse team dominating the second half and beating Moravian 14-6. Read More
    • The Muhlenberg baseball team had a rough final day in Myrtle Beach, falling 12-1 to Greensboro. Read More
    • Baseball team beats Catholic University. Read More
    • For the second day in a row, the softball team loses a pair of one run games. Read More
    • Jaryd Flank and the distance medley relay team will represent Muhlenberg at the NCAA Division III track and field championships in Illinois. Read More
    • Softball loses two one-run games in Florida. Read More
    • Claudia Theriault and Anthony Ware place in ECAC track meet; baseball falls twice to Fredonia. Read More
    • Women's basketball team falls in NCAA tournament; men's lacrosse team knocked off by FDU Florham. Read More
    • Brandi Vallely named first team All-Centennial Conference in women's basketball. Chelsea Gary and Rachel Plotke named honorable mention. Read More
    • Women's lacrosse team handles Arcadia. Read More
    • Mules draw SUNY Geneseo in first round of NCAA women's basketball tournament. Read More
    • Gold medals for Anthony Ware, Jaryd Flank and the men's distance medley relay team. Mules finish fourth in men's Centennial Conference meet, women are eighth. Read More
    • Baseball team opens season with doubleheader sweep of Gallaudet. Read More
    • Mules win Centennial Conference women's basketball title; earn NCAA bid. Read More
    • Strong first day for the Mules at Centennial Conference track meet, highlighted by a gold medal by the distance medley relay team. Read More
    • Wrestlers fare well at NCAA regionals. Read More
    • Men's and women's lacrosse teams fall. Read More
    • Women's basketball beats Dickinson to advance to the finals of the Centennial Conference tournament; tennis falls to Lafayette and the wrestlers compete in the NCAA regionals. Read More
    • 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
    • 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...
    • CNBC
      • Trustee Sam Stovall '77 wears a Muhlenberg tie on national TV. He also mentioned the College, but it's not part of this video. Read More
    • Deseret News (Utah)
      • William Tighe, associate professor of history, is quoted about how the popularity of Easter has changed over the years. Read More
    • EvoLLLution
      • Allan Chen, chief information officer, writes about customer service and the student experience with technology. Read More
    • Hakol
      • The College is briefly mentioned in an article about Eva Levitt, the next President of the Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley. Levitt has had a long-time relationship with the College's Instute for Jewish-Christian Understanding. Hakol is the publication of the Lehigh Valley Jewish Federation.
      • There is a feature about the LGBT documentary filmmaker Assi Azar who presented his doumentary "He's My God, Too" at Hillel. Hakol is the publication of the Lehigh Valley Jewish Federation.
      • Senior Aaron Brandt is one of four Lehigh Valley students who will be honored at the Levy Hillel Leadership Award program later this month. Hakol is the publication of the Lehigh Valley Jewish Federation.
      • Community Mitzvah Day 2017 includes Muhlenberg Students.
      • 22nd Jewish and Israeli Film Festival.
      • PJ families celebrate Havdallah and Tu b'Shevat at Muhlenberg Hillel.
      • 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.
    • Harrisburg Patriot-News
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, writes an opinion piece about President Trump. Read More
      • Roland Kushner, associate professor of business, writes an opinion piece about the industrial toolbox that President Trump should have. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Gay Journal
      • The upcoming production of Wig Out! directed by Theatre professor Troy Dwyer is profiled with a photo spread article. Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Business
      • Chris Martin, CEO of Martin Guitar and executive-in-residence at Muhlenberg College, is featured. Martin visited several classes and met with students and faculty over a two-day period. Read More
      • The Career Center Road Trips are featured in LV Business. Unfortunately, the story is password protected. To request a hard copy email bruckner@muhlenberg.edu Read More
    • Lehigh Valley Magazine
      • Erika Sutherland's (Spanish) opinion piece "Immigration in a Changing World," about immigration in the Lehigh Valley is now available on-line. Read More
      • Erika Sutherland, associate professor of Spanish, published an article "Immigration in a Changing World" in the March/April edition of Lehigh Valley magazine. That edition is not yet available on-line.
    • Lehigh Valley Style
      • President and Mrs. Williams are pictured in a photo feature of the recent gala at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall.
    • 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
    • Network Magazine
      • Mike Bruckner, vice president for external affairs and community relations, published an article on crisis management.
    • New York Post
      • Carolyn Chernoff, visiting assistant professor of sociology, was quoted on gender and Disney 'tween princesses.'
    • Norwalk Daily Voice
      • Muhlenberg men's basketball recruit Trey Canevari is mentioned in an article summarizing his high school career. Read More
    • PennLive
      • Muhlenberg is named among the top Pennsylvania colleges in a ranking of four-year graduation rates. Read More
    • Penn State News
      • Sharrell Luckett, assistant professor of theatre and performance studies, spoke on black performance at Penn State Altoona. Read More
    • People Magazine
      • Recent alum Madison Ferris, currently on Broadway in the Glass Menagerie, is featured. 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
    • The Conversation
      • R. Tyson Smith, visiting assistant professor of sociology, published an article "Will Trump continue to pull from a pro wrestling playbook?" Read More
    • The Express Times
      • The College is mentioned in an article about faculty pay in the Lehigh Valley. Read More
    • The Philadelphia Inquirer
      • Chris Borick, professor of political science, is quoted in an article about Congressman Charlie Dent. Read More
      • Alumnus Ira Brown, CEO of M&T Bank, is featured. Read More
    • The University Network
      • The Career Center, and the career road trips, are among several college programs highlighted in an article about career-oriented programs. 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."
    • Wilkes University Magazine
      • Dan Klem, Acopian Professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology, is the cover story of the Wilkes University alumni magazine. Read More