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Selected Media Coverage: October 29, 2003

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

The Chronicle of Higher Education (Circulation: 92,000)
English Majors Look Back; Humane Classrooms; Thinking About Thinking

Peter G. Beidler, professor of English at Lehigh, was featured in The Chronicle's "Magazine & Journal Reader" section. In the winter issue of ADE Bulletin, Beidler was mentioned in a feature about what former English majors do. Beidler conducted a survey that covered students who graduated from 1980 to 2000 and found that the English major was good preparation for professional life, but not in the way he expected. His survey found that graduates were far more likely to go into law or business than to get advanced degrees in English or education.
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The Australian
Another Unholy Row in the Making

Michael Behe, professor of biological sciences, was mentioned in an article on Christian academics in Seattle who are disputing Darwin's theory. "The most prominent members of the Intelligent Design Movement (who accept that the world was not created in six days, but rather is billions of years old) include biochemist Michael Behe from Lehigh University," the article said. "Behe attacks Darwinism in his 1996 book, Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution."
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**News of Interest

The Morning Call

Bethlehem Mayoral Candidate Callahan Says Parks are a Priority
Bethlehem mayoral nominee John Callahan on Tuesday pitched his plans to improve the city's parks and playgrounds. Among his specific goals is a plan to convert the old railroad bed into a linear park that will connect the South Side neighborhoods and business district, from Union Station to the west residential areas of E. Hayes Street and Lehigh University.
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The Express Times
Election Foes Cite Growth as Key Issue

Incumbent Bethlehem Township commissioner Jerry J. Batcha, who received a masters degree from Lehigh, is running on the Republican ticket against Democrat Martin W. Comer in the 3rd Ward.
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Posted on Wednesday, October 29, 2003

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