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A new and improved UMOJA House is dedicated

The upgrade begins an era of great promise, administrators say.

The ISIS jihad: "A very, very serious crisis"

Henri Barkey discusses Iraq, Syria, Turkey and the Kurds.

'A culture of excellence’

Students reflect on the Mountaintop 2014 experience.

Lehigh, city collaborate on safety in South Bethlehem

Joint measures to include more weekend patrols and new neighborhood cameras.

Lehigh to celebrate vibrant Umoja House in welcoming ceremony

The Umoja House revitalization caps a yearlong effort to review and improve the home for a diverse group of undergraduate students.

‘Find your passion’

Annual Club Fair offers up opportunities for students to get involved.

‘You made the right choice’

At Convocation, the Class of 2018 is formally welcomed into the Lehigh community.

Engineering professor named NSF program director

Hector Muñoz-Avila, an expert in artificial intelligence, is beginning a two-year rotation.

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

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.'