As Lehigh unfolds its bold, new sustainability plan, we highlight six alumni who are doing their part for a more sustainable planet.
Innovative program steeps Lehigh students in the ways of entrepreneurship.
Art and science come together in unique textbook project supported by Lehigh Humanities Lab.
As most college football fans know, the Lehigh-Lafayette game is the most-played rivalry game in the nation. But how did this game come to be, and what does it mean to those who have played in it?
Thirty years ago, the Umoja House opened its doors on the Lehigh campus, becoming both a community and a haven for underrepresented students of color. This is the story behind the black student activism that led to the Umoja House founding in the aftermath of one of Lehigh’s darkest days—and the university’s continuing efforts to make Lehigh a more inclusive place.
Fusek is living out a dream as a test engineer. She says she owes her early career success in large part to her Lehigh experiences.
Lehigh, its partners in the community and the City of Bethlehem join forces to foster South Bethlehem’s resurgence.
Nearly five dozen Lehigh students, along with faculty and staff facilitators, participated in a six-day leadership retreat in the Poconos focusing on self-examination, community building and activating visions for the future.
Lehigh ROTC prepares to celebrate 100 years of producing experienced, well-rounded leaders for both military and civilian life.
Lehigh’s student-run newspaper, The Brown and White, celebrates its 125th anniversary in January.
Neuroscientist Daniel Babcock is using fruit fly research to pave the way to treatments for Parkinson’s and other diseases.
As Lehigh expands its efforts in sustainability, it makes a pledge to buy more of its food from local farms and humane sources.