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The Editorial Board

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The Muhlenberg Weekly's Editorial Board is comprised of the Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor(s) and Section Editors, one of whom writes the editorial. Material appearing without a byline represents the majority opinion of the Editorial Board.

Letter to the editor: Why I wanted to stay silent and...

The following article contains reference to sexual assault. The facts of my case are as follows: I was assaulted the summer leading up to my...

Editorial: Choose your words wisely

Free speech is a topic that is well trodden by media sources, the Muhlenberg Weekly included. Pretty much every editorial we have written this...

The catalyst for change

Another week of bloodshed. Another week of mourning. Another week of fruitless political debate. And yet another week of devastating inaction. No longer do Americans...

Editorial: An epidemic of ignorance

It’s just around the corner. With the leaves changing, a cool breeze finally weaving its way between suede boots on academic row, students sporting...

Half a degree to demise

“PLANET HAS ONLY UNTIL 2030 TO STEM CATASTROPHIC CLIMATE CHANGE, EXPERTS WARN” screamed an Oct. 8 headline on CNN. According to the research in the...

“My life is over”

It’s midnight of midterms week. You’re sitting in the far side of the Light Lounge, earbuds in to drown out the sound of the...

Editorial: Posters and Protests

This past alumni weekend, many visitors returned to their cars to find a yellow paper sticking out of the door handle or tucked under...

Editorial: Anonymously Credible

On Sept. 5, The New York Times published an anonymous op/ed piece written by a senior staff member of the Trump administration depicting a...

Editorial: The violence of silence

This summer saw yet another busy newscycle, with top stories ranging on topics from the World Cup to Paul Manafort’s trial, from the royal...

Editorial: The year in review and the year ahead

As the academic year draws to a close, the #SaveStudentNewsrooms campaign allowed us to look back at some of our most ground-breaking stories this...

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