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Selected Media Coverage: May 18, 2004

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

Billings Gazette (Montana) (Circulation: 47,698)
Lynch, England Have Become Different Symbols of Women in the Military

Jack Lule, professor of journalism and communication at Lehigh, was mentioned once again in an article comparing Jessica Lynch and Lynndie England. "It's no mistake that two of the strongest images out of the war are of women. We are still, as a culture, coming to terms with women in the military, and Jessica and Lynndie have become mirrors to our understanding of women in combat as well as the war in Iraq," said Lule.
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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Minnesota) (Circulation: 17,496)
What To Do When Your Top College Choice Says “No”

Lehigh University was mentioned in an article about what students do after their top college choice turns them down. Rob Stearns, who has studied loss, defeat and recovery, and has experienced some in his personal and professional life, urges students and their parents to consider: “What is the win, and what is the loss? What is it you were really applying for? I don't believe there is a statistical correlation between happiness and productivity and whether you go to Harvard, Yale or Lehigh.”
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
New Zoellner Season Full of Color and Stars

Lehigh University will showcase its choral and instrumental teachers and students in numerous concerts, including a 50th anniversary program April 2, 2005 by the Lehigh University Choral Arts, directed in its first 25 years by Robert Cutler and the last 25 by Steven Sametz. The Choral Arts perform again April 30 in a semi-staged version of ''St. Matthew's Passion'' with The Princeton Singers. Other highlights include Cyndi Lauper, Rufus Wainright, The Capital Steps, and The Dance Theatre of Harlem.
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Posted on Tuesday, May 18, 2004

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