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Selected Media Coverage: February 4, 2004

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

The Associated Press (242 bureaus worldwide)
Newsday (Circulation: 579,351)
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Circulation: 155,813)
Yahoo News
The Free Lance-Star (Fredricksburg, VA) (Circulation: 47,925)
The Longview News-Journal (Texas) (Circulation: 29,311)
NEPA News (Northeaster PA's largest news team)
Satirical Exhibit Gets Attention

Ricardo Viera, professor and curator of Lehigh art galleries, was interviewed for a story on the recent controversy surrounding a satirical exhibit displayed in Lehigh's Maginnes Hall entitled, "The Forbidden Pictures, a Political Tableau" by internationally renowned photographer Larry Fink. Viera says he makes no apologies for the display because it is meant to promote discussion. "Universities are a forum for diverse ideas and intellectual challenges," he said. A few Lehigh students were also quoted in the article.
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The Shreveport Times (Circulation: 69,254)
The Express Times (Circulation: 50,522)
Many Area Football Standouts Make Final College Decisions

Lehigh University was mentioned in an article about local high school football players who are considering committing to Lehigh to play football while in college.
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CE News (Alpharetta, GA) (Circulation: 50,000)
Star Students 2004

Irene LaBarca, an undergraduate student at Lehigh, was mentioned as one of Georgia's best and brightest graduates-to-be. The article called Lehigh "one of the nation’s top engineering schools in the country."
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Register Citizen (Torrington, CT) (Circulation: 10,000)
Exercise Needs Commitment to a Trim Physique

Sally White, professor and dean of the College of Education at Lehigh, was quoted in an article about exercising. “People make excuses because they are not fully committed to what they want to change, and are therefore relying on external cues for motivation – this allows for competing environmental influences to overrule a decision to complete the intended goal," she said.
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Shamokin News Item (Pennsylvania) (Circulation: 10,978)
No Doubts about Hynoski

Lehigh University knew what they were getting in Mary Frances Hynoski: A solid athlete with a love for the game of basketball. They were also getting a young woman with a lot of potential. But they knew they were getting something else with Hynoski —an unlucky streak. Hynoski has been injury prone since high school. But still Lehigh knew one thing: If Mary Frances could stay healthy, it would have something special. And special is what it got.
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**Alumni in the News

The Daily Camera (Boulder, CO) (Circulation: 33,249)
Music, Inc.

Travis LaBerge, who studied music while at Lehigh University, started the non-profit Parlando, Inc., an organization striving to bring music into the lives of those who might not otherwise be fortunate enough to experience it. Founded in late 2003, LaBerge said the group believes lessons learned through music are an invaluable part of childhood.
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Posted on Wednesday, February 04, 2004

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