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Featured Resource: Data-Planet

Data Planet

As of summer 2017, Lehigh Libraries subscribes to Data-Planet, an extensive repository of easily searchable statistical data.

Jane Austen and the Rise of Feminism: A Lehigh Libraries Exhibition

Pride and Prejudice

Lehigh Libraries opened its current exhibition, Jane Austen and the Rise of Feminism: Women Writers as Agents of Change, on July 18, 2017, the 200th anniversary of her death, as part of th

More study and collaboration space added - EWFM Library 6th floor south

EWFM 6th floor study and collaboration space

Over the summer, improvements were made in the 6th floor south area of the E. W. Fairchild Martindale (EWFM) Library.

Trees of Lehigh: Expanded exhibit now available online

Trees of Lehigh exhibit

Do you know the oldest tree on campus? The newest? Have you ever heard of the Tangled Bank? How about the Sacred Grove? If you missed the 2016 E.W.

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries Honor Faculty Authors

2017 harvest of ideas faculty author reception

On Thursday, September 7, 2017, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries hosted its sixth annual Harvest of Ideas reception in the Linderman Library Bayer Galleria for faculty who pu

Fri. July 14 - "I Am Not Your Negro" Film Screening

The LTS Diversity and Inclusion Outreach and Awareness Committee will be screening the documentary film, I Am Not Your Negro, for the campu

Free coffee & cookies for students on May 11, 14, 15

Library & Technology Services will be providing free coffee and cookies to students during finals at the E.W.

Thurs. 4/20 - Open-mike poetry reading celebrates student work

poster advertising the Drown Writers Series featuring student work

To celebrate National Poetry Month, Amaranth and the Lehigh Libraries invite the campus to our annual open-mike poetry reading.

Partners Complete First Year of CLIR Grant to Digitize Medieval Manuscripts

Example image of a medieval text

The first year of the Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis (BiblioPhilly) medieval manuscripts digitization endeavor has established the undergirding infrastructure necessary for the project’s success as w

From Mark Twain to Single Women: Friends of the Libraries Programming Attracts Diverse Audiences

Rebecca Traister addresses a class of students

This past year was an exciting one for the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries, who were able to bring a full schedule of rich programming to the community.

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