Christina Tatu is a member of the editorial team in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs.
She writes for Lehigh’s various print publications and news websites.
Tatu joined Lehigh in September 2021 after 13 years as a reporter at several daily newspapers, writing for publications like The Morning Call in Allentown, the Pocono Record in Stroudsburg and the New Jersey Herald in Newton. While at The Morning Call she covered the city of Bethlehem and numerous other communities throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Her writing has been recognized by the Pennsylvania News Media Association and Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association.
A Poconos native, Tatu holds a B.A. in English from East Stroudsburg University, where she also minored in media communications.
Kristi Morin develops Project STAY to help new teachers working with autistic students and improve teacher retention.
Latest LUAG exhibition will feature Himalayan art, which includes works from the Tibetan Plateau, Nepal, Kashmir, Bhutan and areas of northern India and Pakistan.
A gift to Lehigh Libraries Special Collections creates a snapshot of one of Lehigh’s first graduates—a naturalist, civil engineer and astronomer—and offers new research opportunities.
Lehigh's first museum was once located in what is now the Clayton University Center at Packer Hall, which will undergo extensive renovations.
Trailblazer Sylvia Acevedo, an engineer, businesswoman and former Girl Scouts CEO, was this fall’s inaugural Iacocca Leadership Speaker. (Contributed Photo)
In observance of Veterans Day, Lehigh hosted a flag raising ceremony, luncheon and 2.8-mile Veterans Day run.
The center provides a community for Jewish Lehigh students. The 40th anniversary of Lehigh’s first Hillel House was also recognized during the ceremony Founder’s Weekend.
Subramani examines the implications of representation on entrepreneurship and innovation.
Tarana Burke recalls the moment her movement went viral and says, "We still have so far to go.”
Activist Tarana Burke initiated a movement to help women and girls, particularly those of color, who survived sexual abuse and assault.
The Lehigh University Art Galleries asks faculty, staff, students and the community to explore what matters most to them as they navigate the pandemic.
More than 1,500 students from 44 states and territories and 38 countries join the Lehigh family this week.
More faculty are supplementing their lesson plans with “extended reality,” or XR learning, which includes virtual and augmented reality.
Krystal Ka‘ai ’10 leads the White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.
The university recognizes 17 faculty and staff members for their outstanding dedication to the Lehigh community during the 2021-2022 academic year.
This year’s Baccalaureate was the first in-person in three years because of the pandemic.
Lehigh’s Health, Science and Technology Building was celebrated Friday with a ribbon cutting.
Levine will give a presentation at the new Health, Science and Technology Building on how she’s working to help the nation overcome the pandemic.
A furniture design course created benches for community use in art galleries.
Lehigh alumni Katherine and Mike Hodsdon are traveling the country in a tiny house on wheels.