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First-year students get warm welcome

Members of the Class of 2018 were greeted by a small volunteer army of staff, faculty, fellow students—and a new president.

For a career dedicated to research and teaching innovation, the highest honor

Lehigh University chemist Natalie Foster named fellow of the American Chemical Society

Rivalry weekend event registration to open Sept. 2

Earth, Wind, and Fire to rock 'Brown & White Night' during Rivalry 150 weekend

The economist and the crowdfunded army

A professor lends his research and expertise to his native Ukraine.

From 3D printing to a Mars repair job

Governor’s School offers lessons in technology and teamwork.

In memoriam: Prof. Le-Wu Lu, civil engineer

The former department chair taught Chinese fiction courses in retirement.

Iraq’s economic winners and losers

A Lehigh economist highlights the often-overlooked economic impact of Iraq’s civil war.

Looking back on Rivalry 100

The 100th edition of Lehigh-Lafayette lacked resolution but not drama.

Lehigh launches new open-source library environment

Librarians across the nation combine on building next-generation library for colleges and universities.

Foiling bugs that foil drugs

An organic chemist builds tools to help the immune system fight bacterial infections.

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson also met with students and faculty members during his visit to Lehigh.

ON CAMPUS

"The barriers are no longer insurmountable"

A Pulitzer Prize winner offers insights into 'transcendent black America.'