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Selected Media Coverage: October 31, 2003

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

The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
The Express Times (Circulation: 48,223)
Authority on Tallest Buildings Dies at Age 85

Lynn S. Beedle, 85, University Professor of civil engineering at Lehigh University who co-founded the official arbiter of disputes over the world's tallest skyscrapers, died Thursday in his Hellertown home. "Beedle was probably the most internationally renowned professor we had at Lehigh, said Kurt Pfitzer, communications manager for Lehigh's P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. "He would do anything he could to get people interested in tall buildings."
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EE Times (Circulation: 160,155)
Getting Back Lost Link Bandwidth: Part 2

Lehigh alumnus John Ellis, co-founder and vice president of signal integrity at TriCN, had the second part of his three-part series on the impact reflections will have on overall link bandwidth in a communication design published in EE Times. Ellis holds a degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh.
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Yahoo.com
Lehigh University Recognized for Obtaining $1.38 Million from National Science Foundation

Pennsylvania Secretary of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Yablonsky today announced that Lehigh University will partner with the state-funded Life Science Greenhouse of Central Pennsylvania (LSGPA) on a federally funded program to develop a regional biotechnology research infrastructure and workforce.
The partnership will be supported by a $1.38 million federal National Science Foundation grant that was awarded to help give the University's year- old bioengineering program a technical entrepreneurial focus.
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Chambersburg Public Opinion (Circulation: 18,196)
Groundbreaking Held for SU's Performing Arts Center

Zoellner Arts Center was mentioned in an article on the groundbreaking for Shippensburg University's new performing arts center. "As former mayor of Bethlehem, Donald Cunningham took office in 1997 — the opening year of his area’s Zoellner Performing Arts Center at Lehigh University….The 105,000-square-foot Zoellner Center became a hub for 'first-rate performances.' While Bethlehem is more urban than Shippensburg, the arts center there allowed for an expansion in the retail district on the south side of town," the article said.
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
Lafayette Hosts Patriot League Meet

The Lehigh Valley will be the site of collegiate cross-country championships this weekend. Leading the Lehigh charge are junior Mark Swanson and sophomore Rob Hampson.
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Posted on Friday, October 31, 2003

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