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Upcoming 5x10 Sessions for First Year Students and others

Tues. 10/20 - How to Win a Research Prize and Thurs. 10/22 - Transcribathon: Work with letters of historical figures

Wed. 10/21 - What the Digital Delivers -- and Why the Book Still Matters

The Friends of the Lehigh Libraries will welcome Michael Suarez, S.J., distinguished scholar and a superb speaker in the fields of book history, bibliography, and eighteenth-century English literat

What do Jack and the Beanstalk, John Milton, and Charles Darwin have in common?

photo of jenna lay reviewing books with students in class

Counted among the many classes Special Collections hosted this year were three English seminars encompassing a series of diverse themes: Early Modern English Literature, banned books, and fairy tal

It’s all about the bees - Bees around Lehigh and in the Libraries

Spring’s arrival is always welcome, but after a winter marked by repeated onslaughts of snow and frigid temperatures, it is cause for celebration.

2015 Libraries Student Research Prize Winner - Madeleine Smith

Madeleine Smith outside the EWFM Library

Madeleine Smith, a ’15 Senior from Littleton Colorado, has won the 2015 Libraries Student Research Prize for undergraduate students.

Wednesday, April 1 - Celebrate National Poetry Month with a foolish poetry reading

At noon on April 1st, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries and the Lehigh University Creative Writing Program are sponsoring an open-mike poetry reading.

Linderman Library ranked #3 on 50 Most Amazing College Libraries

Lehigh University's Linderman Library is ranked as number 3 on College Rank's list of the 50 Most Amazing College Libraries.

EWFM Library Closed - Saturday March 7th

EWFM Library is closed today, Saturday March 7th. Linderman Library is open from 12 - 5 PM.

LTS Book and Bake Sale Benefits Local Community Organization

Students browsing books at the book sale

Each year the LTS Lending Services department hosts a Valentine's Day used book and bake sale to benefit others in need.

“Coal and Canals: Pennsylvania Fuels the Industrial Revolution” Special Collections Exhibit

Lehigh’s Special Collections has recently opened an exhibit featuring examples of the approximately 400 drawings and maps held in its Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company collection.