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Selected Media Coverage: October 22, 2003

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

Jazziz (Circulation: 170,000)
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Trumpeter and assistant professor of music Bill Warfield is a musical realist. "There are far more talented student musicians than the workplace can accommodate," he said. "We really don’t have music majors at Lehigh. They asked me to run the jazz program, and that suits me fine. We've had the Yellowjackets and Randy Brecker play (with the students)." Jazziz is the largest-circulated jazz publication in the world.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education (Circulation: 92,000)
Paying Attention to Students Who Can't

George J. DuPaul, professor and program coordinator of school psychology at Lehigh, was quoted in an article on colleges that (or do not make) accommodations for students with ADHD. "(Students with ADHD) are consistently inconsistent, and that drives professors crazy," said DuPaul. "They'll wonder, 'If they can do it Tuesday, why can't they do it on Wednesday?' It's because their behavior isn’t controlled by the things that control normal people's behavior."
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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal
Corrosion-Enhanced Fatigue and Multiple-Site Damage

Lehigh professors of mechanical engineering and mechanics Robert P. Wei and D. Gary Harlow co-wrote a study that demonstrates the efficacy of a mechanically based probability approach for predicting the onset of fatigue damage to aging aircraft.
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Murphysboro American (Circulation: 10,294)
An Insight Into the World of Toys

Gerald McRobert's research on babies' reaction to speech was cited in an article on children's preferences for certain toys. "Above everything else, babies love voices," said McRoberts, assistant professor of psychology at Lehigh. " Talk, sing, giggle, and have a running conversation with your baby whenever possible. Then look for any toy made for babies that has a sound component.
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Dodge City Daily Globe (Dodge City, Kansas) (Circulation: 9,000)
Art of Charles Schultz Coming to the Wichita Art Museum

Having spent a few months at Zoellner Arts Center, "Speak Softly and Carry a Beagle: The Art of Charles Schultz," is now on view at the Wichita Art Museum through January 4.
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
Despite Bush, Americans Can Enjoy Visiting France

Cindy O'Brien, student at Lehigh, wrote an Op-ed about anti-Americanism in France. O'Brien took her family to France this summer despite shaky U.S.-French relations and found that her concerns were unfounded. "Everywhere we went, the French people we encountered were generally friendly and helpful," she said. "I can cite random acts of kindness, from the waiter who took the time to show my children how to use seafood utensils to the shop owner who ran after me in order to return a pen that I had left in her store."
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
Cook, Horne Embrace Standards With Respect

Barbara Cook and Marilyn Horne hugged each other a lot during their benefit concert Saturday evening for Lehigh's Zoellner Arts Center. Joined by a 43-piece orchestra, a bass-piano duo and 851 spectators, they embraced songs from Broadway and cabaret with the zesty respect of old friends.
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The Express Times (Circulation: 48,223)
Consortium Brings Inventors Together

On Monday, Peter Cronk, inventor of the "Breathe Right Vapor Strip," addressed about 20 fellow inventors and college students during the first meeting of the Eastern Pennsylvania Inventors' Consortium" (EPIC) at Lehigh. Greg Maclin, director of the program, said, "EPIC was formed to help inventors gain support from other inventors, learn about successful ways to make money on their inventions and make the world a better place to live."
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Posted on Wednesday, October 22, 2003

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