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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: On Politics and Professionalism

On Tuesday, Muhlenberg students elected Karlee Makely as the next SGA president. Last week, The Weekly met with three of the presidential candidates for a...

SGA Presidential Candidate Endorsement

Over the past few years, Muhlenberg’s Student Government Association (SGA) has taken significant strides in improving its responsiveness to student concerns. They are sponsoring...

Editorial: First impressions are important

The New York Times posed an interesting question in a recent editorial: “Manhattan attack is called terrorism. What about Vegas?” The words a journalist chooses...

Editorial: It’s your story – we’re here to help you tell...

Last week, a banner was hung in Parents Plaza asked passersby “What does DIVERSITY mean to you?” While most responses were phrases such as...

Editorial: The cost of free speech

The Newseum, The New York Times declared on Oct. 22, could potentially go under. Home to all things involving the first amendment, the cubist-style building...

Editorial: Evidence vs. effects: implications of the journalistic process

On Oct. 5, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey published an article in The New York Times detailing decades of rape and sexual assault allegations...

Editorial: Change starts at home

Late Sunday evening in Las Vegas, Nev. 64-year-old Stephen Paddock smashed the window of his hotel suite with a hammer and opened fire on...

Editorial: Actions speak louder than tweets

Colin Kaepernick may not currently play in the National Football League, but his absence has inspired a movement. Kaepernick began his protest against police...

Editorial: When campus gets too cozy

Door holding: something that all tour guides have mentioned as the quintessential description of Muhlenberg’s campus – more than Victor’s Lament or our cardinal...

Why is climate change partisan?

Last May, millions of people worldwide attended one of the many satellite Marches for Science, including our own Assistant News Editor Ian Adler. The...
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