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Good bridges, good neighbors

Civil engineers span the Rio Indio to unite two remote Panamanian villages.

Lehigh offers students new tool for tracking success

Merit Pages celebrates student accomplishments in and out of the classroom.

Program arms students with tools to defend themselves

The Lehigh police department will offer program for men in spring semester.

MLK Committee to continue focus on social justice

The group of faculty, staff and students is planning an ambitious schedule of events to keep issues related to diversity and opportunity top of mind.

Listening beyond one's horizons

At home and abroad, Dean Donald Hall seeks harmony and tolerance.

Remembering 9/11

Lehigh students joined in mourning the thousands of lives lost in the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Helping Mexico go green

Scientists seek to use recycled carbon dioxide to boost geothermal power production.

Lehigh and Bethlehem team up to create Community Ambassadors

New program is designed to reinvigorate the South Side business district

Review of former Advocacy and Equity unit leads to changes

The year-long process engaged students, staff, faculty and alumni, and was conducted to strengthen capacity to serve students and improve campus climate.

A new and improved UMOJA House is dedicated

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

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.'