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I feel like I made so many connections and deeper connections with the people in Senegal.Eunice Umubyeyi ’21
I found a way to combine things I was passionate about and really customize my education to what I wanted it to be.Mike Alexander '05
What I want to cultivate in the classroom is, this is your space to make mistakes.Erika Sutherland
Community-engaged scholarship happens where learning goals and community goals converge.
Cybersecurity expert Priscilla Moriuchi ’03 spent 13 years with the National Security Agency before entering the private sector.
Muhlenberg honors programs "provide opportunities for students to engage beyond the classroom and to think critically about the diversity of human experience."
Through his work in communications, Mike Doyle ’94 helps companies tell their stories.
After 40 years, two longtime leaders of Muhlenberg’s storied theatre program take their bows and reflect.
Through a role with a National Institutes of Health working group, Samantha Jonson ’09 has a front-row seat to the scientific revolution that COVID-19 inspired.
At the heart of Muhlenberg’s community engagement work is a commitment to forming deep, meaningful relationships between the College and neighbors.
Award-winning rock journalist David Fricke ’73 reflects on his career journey, including more than 40 years he spent writing for "Rolling Stone."
Muhlenberg College welcomes seven new faculty members this fall and congratulates three faculty members who have been promoted to tenure-track positions.
Senior Maria Isabel Castillo is studying abroad in London this semester through the Capa London: Global Cities Program.
The training, which was mandatory for incoming students this year, grew out of the College’s partnership with the Jed Foundation, a nonprofit that has consulted with more than 370 colleges and universities with the goal of improving student mental health.
Opening Sept. 29, Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play offers a theatrical look at race and storytelling through the lens of the 20th century’s first genocide.
The building was made possible thanks to a gift from Gerald P. Fahy ’79 and Cathleen A. Fahy, the largest personal gift in Muhlenberg College history.