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Selected Media Coverage: May 28, 2004

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

Yahoo News
Xinhua (China)
Images of Lynch, England Reflect U.S. Opinion of War

Jack Lule, professor of journalism at Lehigh, was quoted in two articles about the war in Iraq. The vividly contrasting images of American soldiers Jessica Lynch and Lynndie England, one portrayed as a heroic victim and the other as depraved villain, symbolize the souring of U.S. opinion of the Iraq war, experts say. Between the time Lynch was rescued from an Iraqi hospital in April 2003 and England was revealed posing in pictures of prison abuse at Abu Ghraib this spring, public opinion has traveled a parallel path from hopeful to skeptical over the American role in Iraq, they say. "How the war has been going is being portrayed particularly by those two women," said Lule. It's amazing how much symbolism is packed into those photos," he said.
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The Morning Call (Circulation: 130,360)
Assistant Lehigh U. Professor Gets Deputy Superintendent Job

C. Russell Mayo, assistant professor of educational leadership at Lehigh, will be Allentown's first deputy superintendent when he starts work in July. He fills the vacancy left by Ray Erb Jr., who retired last year as assistant superintendent. The position was renamed as part of an administrative restructuring. ''Dr. Mayo was chosen because of his credentials, experience and understanding of the challenges facing Allentown's schools,'' superintendent Karen S. Angello said.
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Posted on Friday, May 28, 2004

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