In The Media

Broadway World

Interview: Christina Freeman in "Ella Enchanted" | She holds a bachelor's degree in theatre and psychology and two minors in music and philosophy from Muhlenberg College. Read More

Muhlenberg College

Helen Sernett '00 Created the Most Boring Podcast Ever Recorded | Sernett couldn't find audio that would help her fall asleep - so she made it. Read More

In Memoriam: Former VP and Interim President Jim Steffy | In his nearly two decades with the College, Steffy, who died October 28, played a crucial role in shaping the landscape of campus. His year as interim president helped steady the institution during a time of great turmoil. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

More Scores, Stats & News | Get the latest at Muhlenberg Athletics! Read More

Football Wins 10th in Bowl | The team closed out its 2023 season with a 23-7 win against Lebanon Valley in a Centennial-MAC Bowl Series game. Read More

Postscard from DC | Senior Raya Kunes, a double major in political science and philosophy, and member of the softball team, writes about her experience studying in Washington, D.C. Read More

Four Members of the Men's Soccer Team Named All-Region Read More

The Muhlenberg Men's Wrestling Team Ranked 12th in Division III Tournament Rankings Read More

Plays of the Week Read More

Eighty-two Muhlenberg College student-athletes Named to the Fall Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll Season Read More

Other News

Lancaster Online

10 moments in live music I'm thankful for this year | Writer Jennel Janci writes about memorable WMUH's 75th-anniversary show featuring the massive Sun Ra Arkestra and Philly guitar hero Kurt Vile at Miller Symphony Hall. Read More

The Boston Globe

Julius Becton, Army general who led FEMA and D.C. schools, dies at 97 | He received a football scholarship to Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., where he was one of the school's first Black students. Read More

The Philadelphia Inquirer

These Pa. birds will be renamed as watchers reckon with racism, inclusion | Daniel Klem and Peter Saenger (ornithology) agree that eliminating offensive personalities affiliated with birds and using more descriptive names will help us communicate better. Read More

Notes Of Distinction


Sue Curry Jansen, professor Emerita of media and communication, has published a chapter, Freedom of Expression in the Twentieth Century, in The Routledge Companion to Freedom of Expression and Censorship. Edited by John Steel and Julian Petley. London: Routledge. Read More

Sue Curry Jansen published a book review of Data Cartels: The Companies that Control and Monopolize Our Information, by Sarah Lamdan, in The International Journal of Communication 17. Read More

Tom Cartelli, Professor Emeritus of English & film studies, served as a Respondent in a working session devoted to Early Modern Hope at this year's meeting of the American Society for Theater Research in Providence, Rhode Island.

Sherri Young, associate professor of chemistry, delivered a talk titled "Synthesis and In Vitro Evaluation of Amide-, Carbonate-, and Carbamate-Based NSAID Conjugates for Potential CNS Delivery" at the 6th Binghamton University Conference in Undergraduate and Graduate Research in Chemistry on Nov 11. Read More

Margeaux Shelley, class of 2024, presented a poster titled "Developing Brain-Bioavailable Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Derivatives for CNS Applications" at the 6th Binghamton University Conference in Undergraduate and Graduate Research in Chemistry on Nov 11. Read More

Lily Press, class of 2024, presented a poster titled " GC-MS Characterization of Benzaldehyde-Acetal Kinetics in E-Liquids" at the 6th Binghamton University Conference in Undergraduate and Graduate Research in Chemistry on Nov 11. Read More

Paul McEwan, professor of media & communication and film studies, gave an invited talk this week at Carnegie Mellon University: "The Birth of a Nation and the Origins of Cinematic Vigilantism." Read More

Paul McEwan, professor of media & communication and film studies, presented a seminar this week at Carnegie Mellon University: "From American History to Film History, 1945-1960," a chapter from his 2022 book Cinema's Original Sin: D.W. Griffith, American Racism, and the Rise of Film Culture. Read More

General Information


Please contribute to the food drive hosted by MCC staff to support the M.U.L.E. Community Cabinet through DEC 11. This drive helps restock the MCC for Winter Break. Drop off donations in the bins located across campus and more! Donation Options

Cheer on the Mules basketball team for the 2023-2024 season with your Muhlenberg Cheerleading team. The cheerleading team is looking for new members with cheer and/or dance background. Contact Coach Alison for more information

Practice Mindfulness is held every Mon from noon - 12:30p.m. in Seeger 108 & every Thurs from 2 - 2:30p.m. in the GQ Annex while school is in session. Learn techniques to stay present as we "Practice Mindfulness" by joining a brief guided session that typically lasts 25 mins. Everyone is welcome!

Advent Candlelight Carols is a time-honored Muhlenberg tradition. The services are open to all members of the Muhlenberg College community and their guests. Dates: Sat, Dec 2 at 7:30p.m., Sun, Dec 3 at 3:30p.m. (limited availability) and Sun, Dec 3 at 7:30p.m. Read More/Registration

Trexler Meditation, weekly in the Library's Fulford Room, every Wed 5-5:50p.m. Cushions and chairs available. Everyone is welcome! Contact Kammie Takahashi for more information.

A friendly reminder for all faculty, staff and students to attend the Creative Corner held in the Information Commons on Level A of Trexler Library between 2-3:30p.m. each Fri. You may come and leave at any time. Those who have attended have expressed gratitude for the time to destress and create.

All students can ride the Grey Shuttle free of charge by presenting their Muhlenberg ID. The Shuttle departs/returns in front of the Center for the Arts following a set schedule. Please note: The Fri Grey Shuttle will now start at 5p.m. and end at 8:50p.m. Read More

My Bus Home transportation is available during all academic breaks. Pick up on campus; to and from central locations in White Plains, Bedford and Jericho, NY, Elkridge and Bethesda, MD, Cromwell, CT and Newton, MA. Prices from $160 to $269. If interested, please sign up at

Intramural Flag Football is held every Sun at 7 p.m. at Scotty Wood Stadium. Zumba Class is held on Sun nights from 8 - 9 p.m. in Memorial Hall of Life Sports Center. Intramural Volleyball is held on Tues & Thurs nights from 8 - 10 p.m. in the Field House.

Intramural Soccer is held on Mon nights from 8 - 10 p.m. in the Field House, Wed nights from 8 - 9 p.m. in the Field house and 9 - 10 p.m. in Scotty Wood Stadium.

Ultimate Frisbee is played on Mon nights from 8 - 10 p.m. in Scotty Wood Stadium, Thurs nights from 8 - 9 p.m. in the grass practice field and 9 - 10 p.m. in Scotty Wood Stadium.

Yoga class is held every Mon from 7 - 8 p.m. in room 128 of the Life Sports Center. Open to any and all students and employees. No experience necessary.

Online yoga class will be held every Wed from 7 - 8 p.m. via Zoom. Link

Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 Philadelphia and Newark Airport Shuttles for scheduled breaks are available. Schedule

Please use the new Service Request Form to request photography, videography, design help and other services from the Office of Communications & Marketing. Service Request Form

Visit Muhlenberg's 2022-23 Philanthropy Report which features stories of high-impact practices, leadership and generosity, and recognizes the generous members of the Muhlenberg community who supported the College in fiscal year 2022-23. Thank you for the many ways in which you make an impact! Read More