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Harrisburg Patriot News

Most Pa. Republicans still believe there was widespread election fraud in 2020 | A new Muhlenberg College survey reveals 40% of PA GOP respondents believe there was widespread fraud, even though there's not evidence to suggest that. Read More

Muhlenberg College

Powerful Outcomes: Michele Fromel '18 | Independent research, faculty mentors and internship opportunities provided Michele Fromel with the strong foundation she needed to succeed in a chemical engineering Ph.D. program. Read More

Pennsylvania Electoral Process Survey | The latest Institute of Public Opinion poll shows Pennsylvania voters remain deeply divided on many aspects of the last presidential election and on the future of electoral processes in the Keystone State. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

Indoor Guest Policy Announced Read More

Depleted Women's Basketball Falls to Gettysburg Read More

Basketball seniors Tori Dowd and Nate Henty Brown were named to the Lehigh Valley Small College Media Organization Scholar-Athlete Team. Read More

Dramatic Wins Lift Wrestling in First 2022 Match Read More

Men's Basketball Returns with Road Win Read More

Other News

Blog: Advances In Archaeological Practice

Identifying "Waste Places" - Charcoal Production in Pennsylvania | Associate Professor of Anthropology Benjamin Carter is a guest on a new blog post. Read More

Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Date set for special election to fill Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey's former legislative seat | Holding the special election the same day as the primary could boost voter turnout, said Political Science Professor Chris Borick. Read More

Pittsburth Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania politics in 2022: On the brink of political change | PA will be home to the most closely watched Senate race in the US-one that could determine which party controls the chamber, says Political Science Professor Chris Borick. Read More

The Morning Call

Women make up the majority of Allentown and Bethlehem city councils for the first time | "What we're seeing in the Lehigh Valley is exciting for the state of Pennsylvania and hopefully foreshadows broader statewide change," says Lanethea Mathews-Schultz, political science department chair. Read More

Your View: A once-in-50-years happenstance will have all eyes on Pennsylvania elections in 2022 | The Keystone State will have an open governor's seat and an open United States Senate seat at the same time, writes MCIPO Director Chris Borick. Read More

Notes Of Distinction

Media and Communication

Jeff Pooley , professor of media & communication, co-edited a special section of the International Journal of Communication on the legacy of sociologist Paul F. Lazarsfeld. Read More


Marcia Morgan , associate professor of philosophy, delivered a paper that served as commentary on two authors as part of a panel on "Asylum" at the Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Baltimore on January 8.

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