Lehigh battled back but ultimately fell short in the 155th edition of the most played rivalry in all of college football.
In early August 2019, 23 Global Social Impact Fellows arrived in Sierra Leone to conduct field work on projects designed to fight hunger and disease and increase global awareness of health crises. While their research and projects varied, the Lehigh students had a shared goal—sustainable impact.
Orientation was jam-packed with events to welcome in Lehigh University’s class of 2023. Lead by Orientation Leaders, first-year students’ days were filled with informative sessions, rallies and meetings. From MOOV-In Day to Convocation, the first four days on campus were something the new Lehigh family members will never forget.
Lehigh University, its partners in the community and the City of Bethlehem join forces to foster South Bethlehem’s resurgence. In the two decades since local steelmaking operations ended at the Bethlehem Steel Corp., the South Side of Bethlehem is having its moment.
Matt McBride's long professional baseball career took root at Lehigh University, a place he has never forgotten. Now with the Philadelphia Phillies' Triple-A affiliate Lehigh Valley IronPigs, McBride is back home, making it even easier for him to continue his close relationship with his alma mater.
Since 2016, Lehigh University has been working with 15 partner institutions, to complete the digitization and online presentation of virtually all of the region’s medieval manuscripts–a total of almost 160,000 pages from more than 400 individual volumes. The grant was awarded by the Council on Library and Information Resource
Arindam Banerjee and his students developed the Rotating Wheel Rayleigh Taylor Instability Experiment, an experiment that studies two-fluid mixing to mimic inertial confinement fusion. The lab, known as the Turbulent Mixing Laboratory, took Lehigh students five years to build from scratch.
Lehigh University welcomed graduates into the alumni family during the 151st Commencement Ceremony on Monday, May 20, 2019. Former U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma ’90 urged the young graduates to maximize the unprecedented opportunities they have been given to face a problem-plagued world with “the humility and responsibility that comes with power.”
Lehigh Student Senate hosted their first annual Dîner en Blanc, a dinner celebration to culminate the 2018-19 academic year with undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.
Flowers blossomed and students took advantage of beautiful weather during the Spring semester that flew by at Lehigh University.
Santiago Herrera is a Lehigh University professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. His research focuses on understanding the consequences of interactions between marine life and their environment, from geological to organismal time scales.
Lehigh University alum, Matt Bilsky, '12, '14G, '17 Ph.D., is an innovator and entrepreneur dedicated to solving life's problems. He discusses making his Lehigh experience his own and the next chapter in his life.
Lehigh University student Sam Bencheghib co-founded Make a Change World with his brother Gary. Through their organization they create videos to raise awareness about world issues.
The Lehigh University Mountain Hawks defeated the Lafayette College Leopards, 34-3, during the 154th Rivalry Game at Fisher Stadium on November 17th, 2018.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein, Lehigh University and the Bethlehem community hosted a number of events from film screenings to book discussions.
Lehigh University kicked off a $1 billion-plus fundraising and engagement initiative with an event for faculty, staff, students and alumni on the UC Lawn. For more information on GO: The Campaign for Lehigh visit https://gocampaign.lehigh.edu.
Lehigh University professor, Javier Buceta, helped discover a new geometric shape— the scutoid.
Lehigh University students Kalyani Singh, ’18, and Henry Fisher, ’19, participated in the Mountaintop Summer Experience. They created a theater piece from interviews with people directly and indirectly affected by the criminal justice system.