Bulletin

Bulletin

Fall 2015

Cover of the Fall 2015 Bulletin

The Fall 2015 edition of the Lehigh Bulletin celebrates the university’s 150th anniversary, taking a look at Lehigh’s distinguished past and its potential for the future. The issue also highlights a historic Founder’s Day, when John D. Simon was installed as Lehigh’s 14th president and Sesquicentennial celebrations got under way.

Lehigh Bulletin Fall 2015 (PDF)

Back Issues

Illustration of Asa Packer

One hundred and fifty years after its founding, the Lehigh community contemplates what tomorrow may hold.

Group of Lehigh freshmen students in the early 1970's

As we celebrate Lehigh's 150th anniversary, we look back on 150 of the people, places, breakthroughs and traditions that have helped make Lehigh what it is today. Our list is hardly comprehensive, but it offers a historic snapshot of Lehigh's proud history.  

James McIntosh, right, professor of sociology, hands John D. Simon the university mace, or academic scepter, at his installation as Lehigh's 14th president.

On a historic Founder's Day, a $250 million initiative is unveiled

Aidan Din '16 and Kevin Augustyn '17

Students attempt to design a greenhouse to sustain future travelers.

Mike Garzillo ’16 running bases

Bo Jackson, Deion Sanders and Brian Jordan are among the athletes who famously played more than one professional sport. Mike Garzillo will never join their ranks. When it comes to sports, he’s strictly monogamous.