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Photos: Alumni Week Connections Conference | This year, for the first time, the Career Center developed two days of panels, breakout sessions and networking opportunities with alumni from a variety of disciplines to complement the already robust programming of Alumni Week. Read More

Bestselling Author Mohsin Hamid to Speak at Muhlenberg College April 11 | The final 2023 Center for Ethics event, Hamid's campus visit includes a lecture and Q&A as well as a classroom visit. Read More

Bestselling Author Mohsin Hamid to Speak at Muhlenberg College April 11 | The final 2023 Center for Ethics event, Hamid's campus visit includes a lecture and Q&A as well as a classroom visit. Read More

Meet Camryn Griffon '23, A Prelaw Neuroscience and Public Health Double Major | Griffon, who will attend Penn State Dickinson Law, conducted research on the use of active and passive voice in closing arguments of criminal cases with Assistant Professor of Psychology Alexandra Frazer. Read More

Disney Leadership Experience Provides Opportunities to Learn and to Bond | Over spring break, I got to know 19 of my classmates with a shared desire to develop as leaders during a four-day trip to Orlando, Florida. Read More

Muhlenberg Launches Program to Build Partnerships with Lehigh Valley Companies, Partners with Five of Region's Largest Employers | The Corporate Affiliates Program forges partnerships between the College and the regional workforce and enhances access for more area employees. Read More

In Memoriam | Professor Emeritus and Chair of Accounting, Business, Economics and Finance Paul Frary died on Tuesday, March 21. Read More

Theatre and Dance Alum Explains Why They Chose Muhlenberg to "Dance Magazine" | Tommy Gedrich '21, who's currently on the national tour of "Moulin Rouge!," was quoted in a feature about dancers studying musical theatre in college. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

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Men's Golf Fifth at Moravian Read More

Women's Lax Picks Up First CC Win Read More

Softball Gains Split with Walkoff Read More

Baseball Blasts Defending Champs Read More

Noel House and Justine Bergara Honored by the Centennial Conference Read More

Women's Golf Wins Home Invitational Read More

Men's Golf Sixth in Home Tournament Read More

Sun Shines on Track & Field Teams Read More

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Other News

Political Science Now

An Argument for Integrative Learning Within Political Science | Many of the problems that define the political world are the kinds that require scholars, students, and voters to approach them with humility and from a variety of perspectives, writes Brian Mello (political science.) Read More

The Morning Call

The Lehigh Valley is already a bad place for allergy sufferers. Will this season be worse? | Chrysan Cronin (public health) said the mild winter doesn't necessarily result in more pollen in the air at any given time but it does mean people are exposed to pollen for longer. Read More

Notes Of Distinction

Environmental Science

Jason Kelsey, director and professor of environmental science, was coauthor of a recently published book chapter. Hatzinger, P.B and Kelsey, J.W. 2022. Biodegradation of organic contaminants. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, 2nd edition. Elsevier. Read More


Jacqueline Antonovich, assistant professor of history, was a panelist in the roundtable, "Did Dobbs Get the History of Abortion in America Right?" for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Read More

Jacqueline Antonovich, assistant professor of history, delivered the paper, "Sex in the Eugenic City: Women Physicians and Reproductive Surveillance in the Urban American West" at the Organization of American Historians conference in Los Angeles.


Mike Huber, professor of mathematics, had two sabermetrical papers published in "Yankee Stadium 1923-2008: America's First Modern Ballpark," Tara Krieger and Bill Nowlin, editors, Society for American Baseball Research, Inc.: Phoenix, Arizona, 2023.


Matthieu de Wit, assistant professor of neuroscience, was an invited discussant at Neural Mechanisms, an international online forum where neuroscientists and philosophers are brought together to discuss topics in the philosophy of neuroscience. The topic: "A distinction concerning vision-for-action and affordance perception."


For Hire

Conference and Event Services is looking for 12-14 energetic and customer focused students to work this summer. Housing included. Please see attached job description. For additional information, please phone JoEllen Rooney, Director of Conferences and Events at 484-664-3810. More Info

General Information


A Health and Wellness Fair will be held Tues, Apr 11 from noon - 2 p.m. in Seegers Union Event Space. Henna tattoos, chair yoga, massages, drawings for prizes.

Reminder! Please use the Service Request Form to request photography, videography, design help and other services from the Office of Communications:

Have you registered for Summer Study yet? Classes begin in May and seats fill quickly. Current Muhlenberg students may register using Workday. For course info, please visit Questions? Visit the Summer Study Office on the 2nd floor of Fahy Commons or call 484-664-3300.

Please join us for Meditation in Trexler Library weekly on Tues from 5 - 6 p.m. in the Fulford Room. Cushions and chairs provided and simple instructions offered if needed. All community members are welcome. Contact Dr. Takahashi ( for more information.

Please join us Fri from 2-3:30 p.m. in Trexler Library's Information Commons for the new Creative Corner! Try your hand at watercolor painting, creating art from old books and more! No sign up required to attend! Contact Kristin Brodt, 484-664-3510/ for more information.

Zumba Class will be held Sun evenings 7 - 8 p.m. in the fieldhouse in the Life Sports Center.

Yoga - In person class will be held Mon evenings from 7 - 8 p.m. in room 128 of the Life Sports Center.

Yoga Zoom Class will be held Wed nights from 7 - 8 p.m. Zoom Link

Fencing Class will be held Thurs from 5 - 6 p.m. in the Racquetball Courts of the Life Sports Center.

Spin Classes will be held Mon and Wed from 12 - 1 p.m. in the Spin Room of Life Sports Center.

Life Sports Center and Pool schedule for Spring 2023: View our online calendar for LSC Hours and Pool schedule for the Spring 2023 Semester. Always check the calendar before heading to the LSC! View Schedule

Faculty And Staff

The Wellness Committee invites faculty and staff to attend the Creative Corner Apr 14 from 2-3:30 in Trexler Library to take time to express yourself creatively and relieve anxiety and stress.

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