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  • 243-foot bridge over Panama’s Rio Indio

    A Bridge to a Better Future

    Lehigh civil engineers connect two remote Panamanian villages--and open up new opportunities for residents.
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  • Student looking at plant research


    Lehigh students reflect on the lessons they learned during a summer at Mountaintop.
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  • Lehigh Lafayette 100th game

    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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Good bridges, good neighborsCivil engineers span the Rio Indio to unite two remote Panamanian villages.

MLK Committee to continue focus on social justiceThe group of faculty, staff and students is planning an ambitious schedule of events to keep issues relat ...

Listening beyond one's horizonsAt home and abroad, Dean Donald Hall seeks harmony and tolerance.

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Lehigh Life

  • Students gather on the University Center Front Lawn for the annual Multicultural Greek Council Yard Show.

  • Lehigh College of Education professors Brenna Wood (foreground) and Brook Sawyer work with students at the Lehigh Valley Children's Center.

  • Lehigh’s Society of Women Engineers provides support and a sense of community for female students majoring in engineering disciplines.

  • The fall semester is officially under way, and students have returned to their favorite reading spots on campus.

  • Lehigh student Katelyn Armbruster, who spent the summer growing vegetables in the Lehigh Community Garden, recently donated some of her harvest to New Bethany Ministries in South Side Bethlehem.

  • 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.

  • 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.