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Selected Media Coverage: February 5, 2004

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

NBC10.com
The Boston Globe (Massachusetts) (Circulation: 448,817)
Minneapolis Star-Tribune (Circulation: 375,505)
The Rocky Mount Telegram (North Carolina) (Circulation: 14,731)
Montgomery County Record (Pennsylvania)
WJLA (Washington, DC)
KATV (Arkansas)
The Express Times (Circulation: 50,522)

Comments made by Ricardo Viera concerning the recent controversy surrounding a satirical exhibit displayed in Lehigh's Maginnes Hall were picked up by additional media outlets across the country for a current total of 56 hits. The exhibit is "The Forbidden Pictures, a Political Tableau" by internationally renowned photographer Larry Fink. Viera, professor and curator of Lehigh art galleries, 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.
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Southeast Missourian (Missouri) (Circulation: 18,000)
Shannon Morrison, who recently accepted a football coaching position at I-AA Lehigh, was mentioned in an article about leaving Southeast Missouri State University as their defensive coordinator. Morrison has been in charge of the Indians' defense the past three seasons after serving as defensive backs coach for one year.
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
Violinist Dominic Salerni, son of Lehigh University music professor Paul Salerni and a junior at Liberty High School, has performed, impressively, many times in the Lehigh Valley. An opportunity to hear him will be at Sunday's benefit concert sponsored by the Bethlehem chapter of Hadassah. He will be playing with pianist Katherine Fay at Congregation Brith Sholom in Bethlehem.
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
Lehigh University sophomore Laura Gray (Allen) is having a solid season. She posted wins in the 1-meter and 3-meter diving competitions in a win over American, and was second in both events in a victory over La Salle. Gray has had the seventh best score in the 1-meter in the Patriot League this season with a score of 234.0, and has had the 16th best score in the 3-meter with a score of 214.9.
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Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004

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