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Two friends are building an educational collection of African-American art.

An assistant professor explores how African Americans perceive depression.  

Archaeologists fight the clock to solve a 1,300-year-old riddle.

Sociologists’ study uncovers no wage “penalty” for motherhood.

Berrisford Boothe’s goal is to collect “master works that define humanity, that show characters in their full, most authentic human moments.”
ART AND CULTURE

Recovering history, reviving culture

Two friends are building an educational collection of African-American art.

A prehistoric grave in South Uist, part of the Outer Hebrides island chain off the northwest coast of Scotland. A dozen Lehigh students are taking part in an archaeological expedition there this summer. (Photo by Don Ford courtesy of iStock)
RESEARCH

Did the Gaelics “tame” the Vikings?

Archaeologists fight the clock to solve a 1,300-year-old riddle.

Jennifer Lawrence and Robin Wright and other film and TV stars have demanded recently that men and women working in the arts be paid equally. (Photo by Rodolfo Salgado/iStock)
RESEARCH

A gender pay gap for actors, artists

Sociologists’ study uncovers no wage “penalty” for motherhood.

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Lehigh in the Media

A sample of recent media coverage of Lehigh faculty, research and events. Note: Some links may require subscription.

U.S. News & World Report
(Wednesday, June 15, 2016)
The Wall Street Journal
(Wednesday, June 15, 2016)