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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.

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...

Editorial: #SaveStudentNewsrooms

“Vol. 1, No. 1! … Our Alma Mater has never had a regular periodical, but that is no reason why she should not have...

Editorial: The new objectivity

“Transparency is the new objectivity;” David Weinberger’s words have sent journalists into a flutter nowadays. And the Sean Hannity controversy is the perfect example. On...

If we stopped hosting lectures, who would care?

Why do you attend a guest speaker’s lecture? If your answer to that question is something other than ‘because it was a required fourth hour...

Editorial: Joking Hazard

For many decades, on the Thursday closest to April 1, the Muhlenberg College student newspaper has become a broadsheet of satire. Every article is...

Editorial: Where will you be when gun control bites the bullet?

After nearly 300 students gathered on the College Green on Wed., Feb. 22 as part of a nation-wide walk-out against gun violence, there was...

Letter to the editor – Responding to last week’s article, “Deciding...

The following letters are in reference to the article “Deciding the de- bate: Center for Ethics speaker selction.” The article covered the process the...

Editorial: Shooting the shooting

Among the Valentine’s Snapchats of smiling couples, Insta-worthy chocolates and roses was an unfiltered video, with the caption: “Our f*cking school is being shot...

Editorial: Sexual assault: finding the words

Sexual harassment and assault have emerged as the most high-profile, hot-button issues of the past year, covering an immense range of highly public incidents...

In print we trust

Thirty years ago, the United States Supreme Court ruled that a school sponsoring a newspaper has the right to censor its content. The case in...

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