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Alyssa Hertel

Alyssa Hertel
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Alyssa Hertel is the current Managing Editor of The Muhlenberg Weekly. She is a Media & Communication major with double minors in Creative Writing and International Relations. An avid fan of both perfectly average sports teams and political debates, she hopes to pursue journalism as a career, focusing in either sports or politics.

Shaving heads and saving lives

After weeks of temperamental weather — rain and snow tailored the athletic schedule and left the game day fate of teams up in the...

Brad can still “Hackett”

Brad Hackett started competing in track during his freshman year of high school. A self-proclaimed “halfway decent” high jumper, teenaged Hackett didn’t know then...

MAC announces JoJo as headliner for spring concert

JoJo will headline this year’s spring concert on April 15 at 8:00 p.m. in Memorial Hall, the Muhlenberg Activities Council (MAC) announced. JoJo is a...

Bobby’s Boys

On a unusually quiet Sunday, in the morning hours before students returned to campus from spring break, a small fraction of the Muhlenberg baseball...

Pursuing Promotion

Fresh after graduating from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and still unsure of exactly what she wanted to do with her degree, Anna-Kate DePaolo went...

More than a movie

Black Panther, released less than a week ago on Feb. 16, focuses on the genesis of T’Challa as both the Black Panther and the...

Earning a grand: Nick Rindock

A sea of red takes over the hardwood floor of an otherwise lackluster high school gymnasium. Rob Rindock sits in the stands at Freedom...

Where to draw the line

Everybody, including you, knows that one person on campus. The person that tells jokes that are over the line, is a little too touchy...

A staging of empowerment: Vagina Monologues returns to the conversation

The Red Doors, which usually houses a sparse group of students studying during weeknights, is filled with an anxious crowd. The production they wait...

Earning a Grand: Rachel Plotke

Rachel Plotke stands on a dock 5,639 miles from her Woodbridge, Conn.t hometown. In most situations, water looks the same, no matter where it...

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