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Muhlenberg College

Muhlenberg Faculty Receive Grant to Develop New Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Program | The program will prepare students to develop groundbreaking solutions to local and global climate and food-system challenges. Read More

How Students From Rwanda and Liberia Have Found a Home at Muhlenberg | Since 2014, the College has partnered with an organization that identifies exceptional women from post-conflict countries and supports them as they pursue a U.S. education. Read More

Nonstop at a Nonprofit | A summer internship is preparing Emily Leandro `22 for a career in the arts. Read More

Rising Sophomore Wins Anti-Racism Film Festival | Amira F. Jackson '24 created the documentary fiction film "Pittsburgh: The People" to explore how Black residents experience racism in the city. Read More

Muhlenberg Web Sports

The Number Games: Baseball | Picking the top athletes in each Muhlenberg sport since 2000 - by uniform number. And there's only one set of jerseys to go aroun Read More

The Number Games: Women's Basketball | Picking the top athletes in each Muhlenberg sport since 2000 - by uniform number. And there's only one set of jerseys to go around. Read More

Women's Lacrosse Earns Academic Honors | The team and two of its players were honored for academics by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association. Read More

Cross Country Names Three Captains | Seniors Abby Dalton, Pat Smurla and Marielle Avola have been named captains of the 2021 Muhlenberg cross country teams. Read More

The Number Games: Men's Soccer | Picking the top athletes in each Muhlenberg sport since 2000 - by uniform number. And there's only one set of jerseys to go around. Read More

Men's Basketball Earns Academic Recognition | The team and one of its players, Nate Henty Brown '22, were honored for academics by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Read More

The Morning Call

Four takeaways from Joe Biden's first visit to the Lehigh Valley as president | The high-profile visits reflect the region's growing political clout, says Professor Chris Borick. Read More

Flags and fervor: The Berks County Patriots are fighting for the right in the Biden era, but who are they? | Professor Christopher Borick says he sees the movement as another predictable swing of the left-right pendulum. Read More

Notes Of Distinction

History

Lynda Yankaskas, History, and Susan Falciani Maldonado, Trexler Library, have participated in coursework this summer as recipients of the M. C. Lang Fellowship in Book History, Bibliography, and Humanities Teaching with Historical Sources at Rare Book School. They are members of the 2020 and 2021 cohorts, respectively. Read More

Deals & Promotions

Promotional Deal

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General Information

Campus-Wide

LSC Hours: For the month of Jul the LSC will be open Mon and Wed from 9 am to 8 pm and Tue, Thr and Fri 9 am to 6 pm. Closed on weekends.