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.
Lehigh University’s The Brown and White is a student run newspaper that publishes twice weekly in print and 24/7 online. In January it will celebrate its 125th anniversary.
Lehigh University's ROTC program is one of the original three in the country. Students develop their leadership abilities by learning critical-thinking skills; the value of character, competence and courage; as well as self-discipline; and team building.
Lehigh University professor Wonpil Im is on the cutting edge of molecular modeling research. He and his group created an open access biomolecular user interface called CHARMM-GUI.
Lehigh University professor Kashi Johnson performs a piece she wrote called "The Foundation" which was featured in the Act Like You Know 10 Year Anniversary Play.
Lehigh University's Babcock Lab is interested in understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying synaptic dysfunction in neurodegenerative diseases.
The wrestlers of Lehigh University have stood toe-to-toe with some of the richest and largest athletic departments in the nation. With decades of success and proud legacy dating back more than 100 years, Lehigh enjoys a much-deserved reputation as one of the finest programs in the history of the sport.
The Lehigh University Baja team is a student run organization that designs, manufactures, and races a single seat off-road vehicle. Members’ commitment to the team verges on addiction, spending countless hours in the lab working on the vehicle.
Denton Burrows, ’11, revisited Bethlehem with a team of artists from Dripped on the Road, a traveling artist residency program, to create a mural on the SouthSide.