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Senior Named Part of ProPublica's 2022 Class of Emerging Reporters | Alex Caban-Echevarria '23, a double major in media & communication and English, is receiving guidance from one of the outlet's investigative journalists, plus her team of Muhlenberg mentors, as she applies to graduate school. Read More

First Mule-a-Thon Was "an Absolute Success" | Our goal was to involve the entire Muhlenberg community in a philanthropic effort. The 172 students who participated raised $11,000 for the Amber Louise Elchert Foundation, an organization founded in memory of a 2013 alum. Read More

Building a Strong Foundation for Veterinary School, in the Classroom and the Lab | Undergraduate research experiences, rigorous coursework and close faculty mentorship helped Jess Sommer '21 on her way to the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Read More

Why I Study ... Queer China | Assistant Professor of Anthropology Casey James Miller explains how he came to his area of research. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

Football Wins Bowl Game | The Muhlenberg football team scored on five of its first six drives and went on to a 48-21 at Lebanon Valley in a Centennial-MAC Bowl Series game. Read More

Top plays in Muhlenberg College athletics for the week ending November 19, 2022, in the sports of women's basketball, men's basketball, football and wrestling. Read More

Women's Basketball Cruises to First CC Win | The Muhlenberg women's basketball team did not allow a field goal in the first 14 minutes and breezed past Bryn Mawr, 80-27, for its first Centennial Conference win of the season. Read More

Other News

The Valley Ledger

Dancers explore personal experiences and narratives through movement, as the Muhlenberg College Department of Theatre & Dance presents "Reset: New Dances," Dec. 1-3 in the college's Baker Theatre. Read More

The Morning Call

Chris Borick, professor of political science and director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, noted the impact that overturning Roe v. Wade had on Democratic voter turn out in the 2022 midterm elections. Read More

Notes Of Distinction

Anthropology

Casey James Miller , assistant professor of anthropology, presented a paper entitled "Toward a Deeper Form of Knowing: Reexamining the Unsettling and Disrupting Potentials of Cultural Relativism" at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in Seattle.