The Rally is a long-standing tradition at Lehigh University. Every year, first-year students are adopted by the alumni who were introduced to Lehigh 50 years prior. The tradition continued this year in historic fashion, as the first ever co-ed class of 1975 adopted the incoming class of 2025. The Class of 2024, who had a virtual adoption last year, was also celebrated.
Seismologist Anne Meltzer talks about the rapid response to the Pedernales Earthquake in Ecuador.
Joseph J. Helble, ’82, will be the 15th president of Lehigh University. Helble previously served as provost at Dartmouth College.
Lehigh marketing manager Dave Pryor shares important tips for getting ready for a bike ride—and changing a flat tire.
Matt Veto, professor of practice of journalism and communications at Lehigh, is allowed to cook only one thing in his house: his Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Veto shares his family’s recipe along with a few tips on media literacy.
Art and science come together in a brain visualization project supported by Lehigh Humanities Lab.
A message to the campus community from Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez: 'Let’s join together, in mutual respect, to keep each other healthy and safe.'
Lehigh University assistant professor, Lesley Chow, talks about the research that goes on in The Chow Lab. The lab focuses on designing and synthesizing modular biomaterials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications.
With a network of galleries and outdoor sculptures, the Lehigh University Art Galleries is often described as a museum without walls. The LUAG offers advance knowledge, research and experiential learning for the Lehigh community and beyond.
Founder's weekend, the rivalry, beautiful weather and a lot of studying--take a look back at Lehigh University's Fall 2019 semester.
The UMOJA House opened its doors in Fall 1989 at Lehigh University and for 30 years Umoja, which means "unity" in Swahili, has fostered a community of student residents and leaders through shared exploration of diversity and multiculturalism.
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.