In the fall/winter 2020 issue, alumni and other members of the Lehigh community share their stories of how COVID-19 has challenged and changed them. The issue also highlights a unique humanities project that merges art and science in a visual exploration of the brain, as well as a LUAG exhibit that puts democracy on full display.
In a time of pandemic, a look at how COVID-19 has challenged and changed members of our community.
Art and science come together in unique textbook project supported by Lehigh Humanities Lab
In U.S. presidential election year, Lehigh University Art Galleries puts democracy, in all its forms, on display.
The new director of the Africana Studies program in the College of Arts and Sciences shares her vision for the program and her hopes for the future.