- Tuesday's Breakfast @ 10 will begin again on August 30th
- Annual Lehigh/ Community Expo / Community Affairs and Student Activities
- Lehigh University Police RAD Training for Women
- Small Group Bible Study
- Ongoing News
- Discover the Lehigh Valley - Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton!
- 101 Things to Do in the Lehigh Valley
- Choral Auditoins at Lehigh
- Fall Office Hours begin August 1, 2016
Date: Monday, Aug 29, 2016
Time: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: University Center (University Center Lawn
29 Trembley Drive
Bethlehem PA 18015)
The EXPO showcases services and products of local merchants, offers opportunities to sample a wide range of traditional and ethnic foods, and introduces students to a variety of Lehigh clubs and local programs.
It is a perfect opportunity for Lehigh students, faculty and staff to get to know their surrounding community.
Clubs and campus organizations should register through the Student Activities Office
or call 610-758-6670.
Lehigh University Police Rape/Aggression/Defense Training (RAD)
The LUPD would like to remind students, staff and faculty that we are onceagain offering self-defense instruction through the Rape Aggression Defense(RAD) Program.
The RAD System is a program of realistic, self-defense tactics and techniques. It is a comprehensive course prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, while progressing to the basics of hands-on defense training.
The RAD course is offered free of charge. The basic physical defense class is 12 hours, divided up into four days, three hours each day. The classes are taught by the LUPD's certified RAD instructors.
Below is the class schedule:
WOMEN ONLY - , 7th, 12th, 14th, from
Please note that all classes will be held at the new LUPD station located
at 321 E. Packer Ave.
Anyone interested in attending a RAD training session can register at https://police.lehigh.edu/
Questions can be directed to the LUPD at 610-758-4200.
Interested in fellowship, community and Bible study with other Lehigh graduate students this summer? Or do you have questions about the Bible, and what it has to say about various topics? Lehigh University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is continuing its small group Bible study on Friday nights at 6pm at 121 west Morton St. All students are welcome regardless of religious background. Refreshments also will be provided! We are very excited to meet you again and to share the love of Christ with you! Previous have addressed questions such as: Why is there suffering or how do we learn to practice patience? For more information, you can email us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I now realize how true it is that God does not show favoritism but accepts men from every nation who fear him and does what is right." Acts 10: 34-35
Please contact Vincent Caruso, Choir Recruitment Manager, at email@example.com or 973-856-4939, for more information or to set up your 10-minute audition time slot."
LU Shuttle Bus Info - Student Activities offers a FREE shuttle bus service to the Promenade shops (includes Carmike Theatre), Lehigh Valley Mall, and Wal-Mart. Please visit http://studentaffairs.lehigh.
Graduate Student Senate Meeting - Wednesdays at Noon in Rauch 91. Upcoming dates for GSS General Meetings: June 8
Big Brothers Big Sisters Lehigh Valley has a one-to-one mentoring program at Broughal Middle School and is a partner of Lehigh University. They are looking to serve more children at this site and are interested in recruiting Lehigh University students/faculty who would be willing to give an hour of their time once a week to a child facing adversity. Tel: 610-391-1827 x107 www.bbbslv.org