Digital Projects

Materials from Special Collections and Archives have been incorporated into digital projects across campus, many of which were created by students as part of an independent study or internship. Others were the result of collaborations between Special Collections and departments across campus. A sampling of these projects is made available here.

“Muhlenberg Pathways to Present” walking tour of campus
Muhlenberg Pathways to Present is a website and free app that put the history of Muhlenberg College at your fingertips. Take a self-guided walking tour of the campus to learn more about the individuals, buildings, and events that shaped the College. Explore its history though archival materials, interviews, and student research.

Muhlenberg College Timeline of Visitors
Maddux Pearson '18 dug into the College's archives to create an interactive timeline of the most significant visitors to come to campus in the 20th century. (Read more).

World War I in France through the eyes of Martin D. Fetherolf, Class of 1914
Jona Lieberman ‘20 analyzed the manuscript of Martin D. Fetherolf’s war memoir to create a story-map of his experiences.

The Muhlenberg Memories Project
Explore Muhlenberg in the 1940s and 1960s, learn about its historic buildings, and more through this multimodal platform create by Dr. Kate Ranieri and Anthony Dalton of Media & Communication, in collaboration with Special Collections. (Read more).