Stephen Gross

Staff Writer
Office of Communication and Public Affairs

Stephen Gross is a member of the editorial team in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. He writes and edits for Lehigh’s news websites and a number of the university’s publications.

Gross joined Lehigh in 2018 after spending 12 years at The Morning Call daily newspaper in Allentown, Pa. He was a sports reporter for his final five years at the paper, covering mainly the Philadelphia Phillies and Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Lehigh Valley native holds a B.A. in English from Moravian College, where he also minored in political science.

First-generation and low-income students get boost from Lehigh University Student Scholars Institute program.

The one-hour discussion "The Hate You See" was planned by the CEC in response to the "72 Hours of Hate" in October.

Winningest volleyball coach in Muhlenberg College's history makes the jump to Lehigh.

Wrestlers and brothers Scott Parker '19 and Matt Parker '22 talk about their time at Lehigh.

'Batting Around America's Pastime: The Cultural Impact of Baseball' will be on display through mid-December.

Haibei Zhao studies investor behavior under extremely stressful situations.

Zach Casler launches Dindr in Texas, with plans to expand elsewhere.

Professor of economics studies the impact of admission fees on museum attendance.

McKay Price will be the first new director of the Murray H. Goodman Center for Real Estate Studies since its 30-year existence.

The former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations delivers the second Peter S. Hagerman '61 Lecture in Ethics at Lehigh.

The youngest-ever U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations will speak Thursday at 8 p.m. in Packard Lab.

Family, friends and colleagues pay tribute to the former chair of Lehigh's history department, who lost his battle with cancer in May.

Lehigh’s student-run newspaper, The Brown and White, celebrates its 125th anniversary in January.

Abundant sunshine and comfortable temperatures welcomed the Class of 2022 to Lehigh on Thursday.

Jerome Licini, associate professor of physics, has created a tilted-axes tool as a learning aid for students.