April 17-19, it was a (mostly!) beautiful three days on the UC lawn for the Lehigh Fund/Donor Relations collaboration Lehigh Made Possible. Students stopped by to answer trivia questions about philanthropy at Lehigh, write thank you notes to donors, and make a gift to an area at Lehigh that has impacted their student experience. On … Continue reading Lehigh Made Possible 2017
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
On behalf of the Ken Fuirst 86′ Giving Challenge and the Lehigh Fund, Claude Esposito ’11 sat down with us for a Q&A to discuss his Lehigh memories, reasons for philanthropy, and the importance of getting young alumni to join the 550. The Goblet: What would you say is your favorite memory at Lehigh? CE: A great memory in … Continue reading Claude Esposito ’11: Create Opportunities at Lehigh
The Ken Fuirst 86′ Giving Challenge was created to increase young alumni (Class of ’95 – ’15) giving and provide the incentive of maximizing their gift’s impact to Lehigh. On behalf of Ken and the Lehigh Fund, Andrew Woodward ’11 is urging fellow young alumni to build on their invaluable Lehigh experience and join the … Continue reading Andrew Woodward ’11: Supporting YOUR Lehigh
The Lehigh family has heard the number 150 a lot over the last 18 months. In 2014, Lehigh played it’s 150th football game against Lafayette in New York City. 2015 brought the 150th anniversary of the founding of Lehigh and in 2016 we’ll conclude the celebration of our Sesquicentennial year at Alumni Weekend in May. … Continue reading Updated: Your stories of service
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?
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
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
June 30th can mean something different to everyone. It means summer is definitely here. It’s Mike Tyson’s birthday. It’s the date “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” was released in the U.K. It also marks the end of the fiscal year. To all members of the Lehigh family that made a gift this year … With … Continue reading Thank You!
“Music is definitely one of first things that I remember about her when I think about Andi. It was a long running joke that she always had a hickey on her from her violin,” says Arleigh Waring ’05 of her friend and fellow Alpha Gamma Delta Andrea Stanus ’05. Waring and Meg Munley ’05 ’06G … Continue reading Remembering Andi: Class of 2005 members come together in memory of classmate