The Spring 2020 issue highlights the black student activism that led to the founding of Umoja House, which has been transformative for the campus community. The issue also features Lehigh in pop culture, the research of David Zhang on the complicated relationship between technology and labor, and a conversation with former U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent on the politics of anger.
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.
David Zhang is working to understand the complicated relationship between technology and labor -- and IT's potential to eventually replace even higher skilled workers.
From The Simpsons to Ford v Ferrari, Lehigh and its alumni make a cultural splash.
Dent ’93G talks with the Bulletin about Washington, the politics of anger and the challenges for centrist problem-solvers