Posted: November 25, 2019
One of the most vexing questions that college students ask themselves is “What career is right for me?”
Posted: September 24, 2019
The author is guest writer Wilberto (Berto) Sicard '20, an Africana Studies student and Special Collections assistant, pictured right with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
In Spring 2019, I was deep in the process of applying to several internships and came upon two competitive government internships in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the state’s capital and seat of government. The Pennsylvania House of Representatives sponsored the first internship, which consisted of working as an Archives Intern and performing the work of describing, preserving, and organizing the history of the House. The second internship was offered by the James A. Finnegan Foundation and required an essay competition. Following the essay competition, the Foundation selected between four to eight winners who were then assigned to a 10-week paid position within the state government. Additionally, the program featured weekly lunches with key Pennsylvania cabinet members and officials.
Posted: March 17, 2019
In his first week on the job in Lehigh’s Special Collections, Vito Scocozzo ‘19, found himself face to face with a well-worn Edgar Allen Poe book from 1845. His task?
Posted: November 28, 2018
A phone rings at the LTS Help Desk. What will it be? A question about library hours? A print job gone awry? A failure to connect to the Internet? Could be easy, could be not.
Posted: October 20, 2018
Siddarth “Sid” Panicker, former LTS help desk student consultant and Library circulation desk supervisor (2015-2017), died unexpectedly this fall at the age of 27.
Posted: October 18, 2018
Students, Library and Technology Services wants to hear from you! Come to a 45-minute feedback session and enjoy pizza while chatting about LTS services.
Posted: October 12, 2018
What’s it like to be a first generation student at Lehigh?
Posted: September 16, 2018
Summer was a busy time at the EWFM Library!
Posted: September 14, 2018
When Victor Contreras ‘20 was a high school freshman, a friend asked him if he wanted to buy his broken down iPhone 4 -- cracked on the front, cracked on the back, and a hole where the home button
Posted: September 6, 2018
The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning invites the Lehigh community to attend one or more of the following LearnX-MakeX workshops to be held this semester, where we take a quick dip int