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Students write more than 1,500 thank you notes to donors

During Lehigh Made Possible, an initiative in its second year created by the Lehigh Class Officer program, students showed their appreciation to those whose generosity is making a difference in their education. From April 18-20, close to 500 students stopped by an outdoor gratitude station and wrote donor thank you notes and whiteboard messages personalized to their Lehigh experience.  In … Continue reading Students write more than 1,500 thank you notes to donors

Michael Bergen ’03: From MountainHawk to F-list actor

House of Cards is the wildly successful show that airs in its fourth season this week on Netflix. It’s a political drama starring Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, and Neve Campbell that takes a look at the sordid underbelly of US politics and what it takes to ascend to power. We spoke with Michael Bergen ’03 … Continue reading Michael Bergen ’03: From MountainHawk to F-list actor

Getting in the Lehigh Holiday Spirit!

Despite the semester coming to an end and the stress of final exams and projects building, one of my favorite seasons at Lehigh was the end of the fall semester!  This was always was kicked off by Lehigh-Lafayette Week, which rapidly moved into the early December holiday party scene, and everyone at Lehigh doing their … Continue reading Getting in the Lehigh Holiday Spirit!

Your photos: Lehigh-Lafayette Telecasts 2015

On November 21, 2015, Lehigh and Lafayette alumni, parents, and friends gathered at more than 70 telecast parties across the country to watch Lehigh take on Lafayette in the 151st game of the nation’s most-played rivalry. Lehigh won 49-35! Thank you to everyone who sent in photos! Have more photos? Feel free to post them … Continue reading Your photos: Lehigh-Lafayette Telecasts 2015

Do You Like To Spread Cheer?

Sometimes, it’s hard to find the right volunteer position to match your available time and talents, but not at Lehigh! With so many volunteer options, everyone can find something they enjoy, whether they are close to campus with a flexible schedule or far away and juggling busy agendas. For senior alumni, writing birthday card greetings, … Continue reading Do You Like To Spread Cheer?

Photos: Sendoffs 2015

This summer, nearly 1,000 attendees came to 29 Sendoffs across the country from Maine to Los Angeles. Alumni, current students, and parents met with members of the incoming first-year Class of 2019 to share memories and advice.

The Central New Jersey Sendoff.
The Central New Jersey Sendoff.
The New York City Sendoff.
The New York City Sendoff.
The New York City Sendoff.
The New York City Sendoff.
The view from the New York City Sendoff.
The view from the New York City Sendoff.
The Miami Sendoff.
The Miami Sendoff.
Treats at the Susquehanna Valley Sendoff.
Treats at the Susquehanna Valley Sendoff.
The Hogg family at the Susquehanna Valley Sendoff.
The Hogg family at the Susquehanna Valley Sendoff.
The Susquehanna Valley Sendoff.
The Susquehanna Valley Sendoff.
The Los Angeles Sendoff.
The Los Angeles Sendoff.
The Home Club Sendoff.
The Home Club Sendoff.
Cake at the Home Club Sendoff.
Cake at the Home Club Sendoff.
The Pittsburgh Sendoff.
The Pittsburgh Sendoff.
The Home Club Sendoff.
The Home Club Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The DC/Fairfield County Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Philadelphia Sendoff.
The Westchester, NY Sendoff.
The Westchester, NY Sendoff.
The Westchester, NY Sendoff.
The Westchester, NY Sendoff.
The Boston Sendoff.
The Boston Sendoff. Dr. Hank Dorkin ’70 gave a history lesson and showed a picture of Lehigh’s Class of 1919 to the incoming Class of 2019. Dr. Dorkin’s grandfather was a member of the Class of 1919.
The Boston Sendoff.
The Boston Sendoff. Dr. Hank Dorkin ’70 gave a history lesson and showed a picture of Lehigh’s Class of 1919 to the incoming Class of 2019. Dr. Dorkin’s grandfather was a member of the Class of 1919.
The Boston Sendoff.
The Boston Sendoff.
The Tampa Sendoff.
The Tampa Sendoff.
The Tampa Sendoff.
The Tampa Sendoff.
The Tampa Sendoff.
The Tampa Sendoff.
The Michigan Sendoff.
The Michigan Sendoff.
The Maine Sendoff.
The Maine Sendoff.
The Atlanta Sendoff.
The Atlanta Sendoff.

 

The Long Island Sendoff.
The Long Island Sendoff.

 

 

The Jersey Shore Sendoff.
The Jersey Shore Sendoff.
The Jersey Shore Sendoff.
The Jersey Shore Sendoff.
The Jersey Shore Sendoff.
The Jersey Shore Sendoff.
The Baltimore Sendoff.
The Baltimore Sendoff.
The Baltimore Sendoff.
The Baltimore Sendoff.
The Baltimore Sendoff.
The Baltimore Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.
The Chicago Sendoff.

National Student Sendoffs Frame a Perfect Lehigh Landing

All over America, new Lehigh students anxiously await their first day on campus. They may have diligently purchased textbooks and organized detailed packing lists, but the thing that prepared some of them the most for their Lehigh experience was attending a Student Sendoff. In cities such as Denver, Tampa, Chicago, Boston, San Diego, and many … Continue reading National Student Sendoffs Frame a Perfect Lehigh Landing

President Simon’s letter to the Lehigh community on the CORE report

Dear Lehigh alumni and friends, One month ago, we shared the report created by Lehigh’s Commission on Residential Environment, or CORE, which included a number of recommendations for the university community to consider to improve campus culture and the student residential experience. These recommendations, along with the full report, were posted on our website and … Continue reading President Simon’s letter to the Lehigh community on the CORE report

Carrying Lehigh Rally Flag Carries Dual Honor

Howard Foltz ’77 ’80G enthusiastically supports Lehigh not only for himself, but also for his father, Lehigh alum William A. Foltz. As a long-standing class officer, the younger Foltz has frequently carried a class flag since his fifth reunion during the First-Year Student/Alumni Rally — a tradition that celebrates Lehigh history and welcomes first-year students. But, … Continue reading Carrying Lehigh Rally Flag Carries Dual Honor