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    What is Mountaintop?

    Word by word, students turn an empty whiteboard into a colorful mosaic as they describe their summer experience.
    Story with video >

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    'Hidden' Collections

    Linderman Library gets grant to archive the papers of international engineering legends. Here's what they unearthed >

  • Photo of Lehigh University and Lafayette College rivalry

    The rivalry returns

    The storied rivalry between Lehigh University and Lafayette College will play out at Yankee Stadium on November 22. Here's what you need to know >

Latest News

The captivating power of elephant toothpasteChemical engineering majors elicit a reaction from middle school students.

A tiny weapon joins fight against cancerAn engineering alum builds a sensing device from nanotubes and DNA.

A week in the material worldLehigh, ASM International hold 11th annual Materials Camp for high schoolers.

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Lehigh Life

  • As part of a structural lab course, students witness the crushing of a 10-foot-high concrete column in a 5,000,000-pound machine in the Fritz Engineering Laboratory.

  • The Global Village for Future Leaders of Business and Industry, held at Lehigh each summer, is an intensive five-week program that brings together bright young minds from more than 45 different countries.

  • At Mountaintop, a group of students are working to develop an agricultural-hydroponic (“aquaponic”) system recently welcomed the tilapia that will help keep their system viable.

  • Lehigh's annual Great South Side Sale raised more than $19,000 this year, a new record. The sale benefits after-school homework clubs for local schoolchildren.

  • It's the heart of strawberry season at Lehigh's Campus Square farmers market. The popular market is open each Thursday through the end of October.

  • It’s spring on South Mountain … but it’s too quiet around here. Guess everyone’s up at Mountaintop.

  • 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.