Welcome to Family Weekend 2012
Family Weekend 5K Walk/Run
Goodman Campus, Cross Country Course
Join Provost Pat Farrell, Lehigh students, and their families to walk or run to raise money for New Bethany Ministries
and the Nativity Emergency Shelter Program in South Bethlehem. Registration is $15. The event is sponsored by the Cathedral Church of the Nativity
. For more information, call (610) 865-0727.
My Jewish Experience at Lehigh
Admissions Auditorium, Alumni Memorial Hall
Hear from Lehigh alumni, staff, and faculty from a range of decades about their Jewish experiences at Lehigh. Please join us for a bagel brunch reception immediately following the program to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Jewish Student Center across the street at the Hillel House, 216 Summit Street.
10:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.
Architectural Tour of Campus
Alumni Memorial Building Lobby
Led by architect Christine Ussler, professor of practice, and Pat Chase, director of facilities planning and renovations, this walking tour highlights the unique architectural features of the Asa Packer campus. The tour is free, but limited to the first 60 guests. Please make reservations
11 A.M. to 1 P.M.
Hillel Bagel Brunch
Hillel House/Jewish Student Center, 216 Summit Street
Sponsored by the Lehigh University Hillel Society. For information, call (610) 758-4896 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
11 A.M. to 1 P.M.
“Meet and Greet” Brunch
University Center, Room 303
Join the staff of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and learn about the activities in which your student is involved and gain a better understanding of our services and programs.
12:10 P.M. and 9:10 P.M.
Packer Memorial Church
Catholic Chaplain, Reverend Wayne E. Killian, will offer the liturgy with the assistance of Lehigh student volunteers. All Lehigh students and their families are welcome.
Lehigh University Theatre Department
OLEANNA by David Mamet
Directed by Augustine Ripa
Zoellner Arts Center, Diamond Theater
$12, $5 LU Students
Fast, funny and ferocious...Carol is a first-year college student who is frustrated in class. She visits her professor, John, in his office for help. What happens next behind closed doors will explore the limits of power, gender conflict, political correctness and the wonders of higher education. “OLEANNA is likely to provoke more arguments than any play this year.” (The New York Times)