The tree-lined and usually bustling Memorial Walkway awaits students’ return.
International musician Bakithi Kumalo, longtime bass player for Paul Simon, and Will Smith keyboardist and composer, mentored students while in residence at Zoellner Arts Center this spring.
Hip Hop theater students presented their final performances virtually.
Lehigh welcomes Nathan Urban, the university’s new provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
Essential workers like Jordan Strause keep Lehigh running, even during a pandemic.
Travis Martinez ’21 won two national scenic design awards this past spring.
Karen Sicinski is one of the front line nurses caring for students in Lehigh's Health & Wellness Center.
Professor Nick Strandwitz is one of many Lehigh faculty members who balanced virtual teaching and raising kids during the pandemic (his son is pictured here).
President Simon hosts conversations with campus leaders on the forefront of change on his new podcast, “Go Getters.”
Assistant Director in the Office of Residence Life, Monica Carson is one of the staff members checking on students during this unprecedented campus experience.
Students and professors have been leaning on their creativity and creating comics to help them cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through ecological field research, behavioral tests, and population genetics and genomics, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Amber Rice investigates how new species arise.
A Lehigh team collaborated with St. Luke’s Hospital to create a device to sterilize masks.
Professor G mez, College of Health, on BBC Radio’s Good Morning Scotland discussing coronavirus.
The Health, Science & Technology Building is back under construction.
Married former scholar-athletes make a difference in the medical field during the pandemic.
A group of Lehigh students pulled together the “Lehigh Strong Variety Show” to showcase student talent and raise funds for local frontline workers.
The stillness of Lehigh’s beautiful campus created a haven for local wildlife this summer.
Natalie Maroun ’21 recounts her study abroad trip to Italy this past spring and how COVID-19 changed everything.
In an effort to help area hospitals and medical centers, Lehigh has 3D-printed and delivered, nearly 500 face shields.