Featured News

Muhlenberg College faculty lead a panel discussion on ebola

Scholars will talk about the disease from multiple perspectives: microbiology, epidemiology, information management, sociology & anthropology and politics/infrastructure

Caroll Bogert to Speak on Human Rights

Deputy Executive Director of Human Rights Watch Visits Campus Courtesy of the Center for Ethics and the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Scholar Program

David Pellow to speak on “Radical Politics, State Repression, and the Problem of ‘Eco-Terrorism’”

Pellow's interests include environmental justice studies, racial and ethnic inequality, transnational social movements, and labor studies.

‘Berg approves public health major

Curriculum extends across the natural sciences, mathematics, social sciences and humanities to educate and empower students about health related issues from varying points of view

Featured Events

Lydia Panas: After Sargent

The Martin Art Gallery, in conjunction with the annual InVision Photo Festival, presents Lydia Panas: After Sargent. October 8 – November 8, 2014

Featured Video

Berg in the NewsRead More >> >>

The ebola panel, hosted at Trexler Library, was featured.

Date: 10/23/2014 8:00:00 AM

Source: Channel 69 News

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Men's golf wins Makuvek Cup

The Muhlenberg men's golf team outshot local rivals Moravian and DeSales to win the John Makuvek Cup.

Arts & Culture

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October 24 - November 2 


October 8 - 19
Galleria Lobby
October 8 - November 8
Martin Art Gallery