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    A SUMMER OF DISCOVERY

    Lehigh students reflect on the lessons they learned during a summer at Mountaintop.
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    Welcoming the Class of ’18

    The Lehigh community comes together to welcome first-year students to South Mountain.
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    Looking Back on 'Rivalry 100'

    Fifty years ago, Lehigh and Lafayette battled to a 6-6 tie in the 100th playing of The Rivalry.
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Lehigh Life

  • Lehigh's annual Club Fair and Community Expo provides students with the opportunity to learn about any number of opportunities for engagement.

  • Lehigh students returned to campus in late August to begin the 2014-2015 academic year.

  • Wildflower bunches are among the many items that can be picked up at the weekly Bethlehem Farmer's Market at Lehigh's Campus Square.

  • Students in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at Lehigh's ATLSS Center are spending their summer studying ways to make bridges and highways safer places to travel.

  • Lehigh's new Mountaintop garden, a joint project of Lehigh and the Rodale Institute, offers community members the chance to learn about organic gardening.

  • Lehigh students working at Mountaintop have spent their summer tackling a wide variety of interdisciplinary projects.

  • The next time you’re in Bethlehem, make sure to stop by Shankara, the area’s newest vegan restaurant. Order the Bombay Burrito and don’t forget to say hi to Chef Wendy!

  • Technical Entrepreneurship graduate student Keith Martin is designing for a cause. His new fingertip markers may someday help those with arthritis, cerebral palsy or spinal cord injuries rediscover the arts.