Martin “Marty” Baron is a 1976 Lehigh graduate and 37-year veteran of the newspaper industry.
The life-cycle engineering advocate also named honorary president of international bridge safety groups.
Lehigh choirs will perform at the historic venue next fall on eve of Lehigh-Lafayette football game.
Hoping to profit from plastic floating on the Pacific, alums get a boost from Chilean government.
Accounting students learn history of U.S. auditing regulations in annual Segal Lecture.
Two faculty members take on the challenge of unplugging from the electricity grid.
The ‘For The Kids' dance marathon benefited the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
The public ceremony included a performance by the Marching 97 and honored Veterans of the armed services.
The First Four, which documents the story of the first women appointed to the English faculty, was honored at the Greater Lehigh Valley Film Festival.
At the annual Gruhn lecture, former JP Morgan CEO told students to stay humble, be honest and dream big.
Stephanie Powell Watts wins a 2013 Whiting Writers’ Award, joining a distinguished list of literary greats to receive the honor.
The event, moderated by Stephanie Ruhle ’97, discussed the nation’s growing national debt and entitlement spending.
With words and art, physicists illuminate the versatility and potential of nanocarbons.
Gift from Kevin L. Clayton ’84 ’13P and Lisa A. Clayton ’13P creates endowed deanship
Interdisciplinary group aims to develop a new method of synthesizing renewable fuel.
Through his global nonprofit, Ben Gucciardi ’05 ’06G is doing more than just giving disadvantaged children a chance to play soccer. He’s also offering them hope for a better future.
Panel discussion to assess future effects of “unsustainable” government spending.
Lehigh’s inaugural philosophy conference examines final chapters in books and in life.
Joseph R. Perella ’64 to lead New York City’s Columbus Day Parade.
The composer and conductor wins the 2013 Sackler Prize to write "A Child’s Requiem."