Bulletin | Fall 2018

Bulletin | Fall 2018

The Fall 2018 Bulletin highlights Javier Buceta’s discovery of a previously unknown geometric shape that had Twitter abuzz with news of its existence. The magazine also puts a spotlight on three alums from around the globe and a Lehigh student who are determined to make a difference, whether fighting pollution or improving education. It also marks the launch of GO: The Campaign for Lehigh.

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Collage of student images

Determined to Make a Difference

Alumni and students are engaging with the world as they strive to live lives of meaning.

Javier Buceta holding model of scutoid shape

Nature Reveals a New Shape: the Scutoid

Javier Buceta and a team of international researchers reveal a new geometric shape used by nature to pack cells efficiently.


Lehigh ROTC: Forged in Fire

Lehigh ROTC prepares to celebrate 100 years of producing experienced, well-rounded leaders for both military and civilian life.

Lehigh Board Chair Kevin L. Clayton ’84 ’13P and his wife, Lisa A. Clayton ’13P

Get Ready, Get Set ...

Lehigh kicks off the largest campaign in its history with a groundbreaking gift from Lehigh Board Chair Kevin L. Clayton ’84 ’13P and his wife, Lisa A. Clayton ’13P.

Photo Illustration of A War (of Words) on Disease

Lorenzo Servitje: A War (of Words) on Disease

Book project explores the rise through Victorian literature of society’s militarized understanding of medicine and disease.