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Selected Media Coverage: December 12, 2003

**Lehigh in the News** {online press clippings from other news sources}

Parsippany Daily Record (Circulation 44,352)
Pugh Proving People Wrong

Jermaine Pugh, senior at Lehigh, has been told all his life that he’s just not big enough for football. The 5-foot-5 student has not only proven those critics wrong, but made believers out of most of them. Pugh, whose playing days at Delbarton are still talked about, has made a living putting up big numbers in big games for the 25th-ranked Mountain Hawks.
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The Morning Call (Circulation 130,360)
Youths Take Center Stage in 'Nutcracker'

After months of preparation, the annual Christmas season ballet comes to the stage in Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center at Lehigh University. In a classic holiday tale told through music and dance, a young girl named Clara falls into a deep sleep and her dream world comes to life through the cast members of the Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker."
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The Morning Call (Circulation 130,360)
Plan Ahead: Inflatable Buddha Takes Up Residence at Zoellner

''Paranirvana (Self-Portrait),'' Lewis deSoto's 26-foot-long inflatable Buddha, will be in residence from Jan. 14 through March 21 in Lehigh University's Zoellner Arts Gallery.
A manipulator of oscilloscopes and ice, deSoto teaches art at San Francisco State University.
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The Morning Call (Circulation 130,360)
Young People’s Philharmonic of the Lehigh Valley at Zoellner

A holiday concert by the group of 80 musicians in grades 9-12 and the Junior String Philharmonic will perform at 4 p.m. at Zoellner Arts Center on December 21. A silent auction of gift baskets will be held prior to concert. (Scroll down)
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**Alumni in the News

Business Wire
SSI Surgical Services Announces New Leadership

The Board of Directors of SSI Surgical Services has named Christopher Tihansky, who graduated with a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Lehigh, president and chief executive officer.
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The Morning Call (Circulation 130,360)
Senator Rhoades Seeks Seventh Term in 29th District

Six-term Republican state Sen. James J. Rhoades, who received a master's in education from Lehigh, announced Thursday he will seek a seventh term in 2004. Rhoades, 62, of Mahanoy City, represents Schuylkill County and parts of Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe and Northampton counties and is a former public school teacher and principal who has been in the Senate since 1980.
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Posted on Friday, December 12, 2003

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