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Manhattan real estate mogul shares insights with students
Marc Holliday '88 gave students a behind-the-scenes look at New York's cutthroat commercial real estate market.

40 Years of Women at Lehigh
As Lehigh celebrates the 40th anniversary of undergraduate women at Lehigh, visit our special website for video, photos, an interactive timeline, events listings, stories and more. Browse our photo archives and help us identify women from Lehigh's past.

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March 2012

Alumni Director Passion in action

From Lehigh’s stunning upset of Duke in the NCAA Tournament to our committed alumni volunteers who serve on the LUAA Board of Directors, it’s easy to see the pride and passion that Lehigh inspires.

Lehigh News Center Highlights

Main Story Photo Lehigh establishes scholarships for women in math, science, engineering

Two female students from the incoming Class of 2016 will receive the first scholarships through the new $1 million endowed program.

Mountain Hawks stun second-seeded Duke in NCAA Tourney
Lehigh's men's basketball team may have lost a hard-fought, third-round game to Xavier, but we're still basking in the glow of their upset over Duke. Read all about Lehigh's historic win and check out the photo gallery and video.

Watts named finalist for Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award
Lehigh's creative writing program director earned the prestigious award for her first book of fiction. Listen to her read from her book.

Finding fame in the world of haute cuisine
Alumna Whitney Chen '05 attributes successful career change to her industrial engineering education. Watch bonus video.

Turow: Capital punishment system in U.S. 'like a roulette wheel'
"There is terrible arbitrariness to our system," best-selling author and attorney Scott Turow contended in this year's Tresolini Lecture.

Pulitzer-winning author recounts African-American mass migration
Isabel Wilkerson seeks to illuminate a chapter of American history by detailing an entrenched caste system that separated citizens.


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