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Best Bethlehem Places to Eat, Grade, Study & Write (All While Saving Money!)

By Sarah Heidebrink-Bruno, Dashielle Horn, and Emily Shreve Emily: First-year graduate students have a lot of reading, writing, and grading to do, often in an unfamiliar town away from the usual haunts, and, often, with a tight budget, restricting your options. Over time … Continue reading

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What Nourishes Us?: Summer Reading 2016

“Reading to me was fundamental, as fundamental as food.”  –Bich Minh Nyugen, Stealing Buddha’s Dinner As in the past two years, Lehigh’s Summer Reading Program for the Class of 2020 is centered around a theme; for 2016, it’s Food: What Nourishes Us? The books … Continue reading

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What’s Happening?: May 2016

We have one more week of classes this May, with four exciting events still to come before we wrap up the year. TODAY, Monday, May 2, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm stop by the Global Commons (Williams Hall) to pick … Continue reading

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LSJ Conference Tasting Menu

Well, another week is wrapping up at Lehigh—one step closer to Spring Break, another to the end of term. As you plan for the weekend, (which includes some time for relaxation, right?) you might be looking for something completely different … Continue reading

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The ‘Other’ Graduate School Mess: Tackling Mental Health in Graduate School

As the department reassesses the many potential functions and values of graduate work, faculty and graduate students have gathered to discuss the exciting possibilities of newly-envisioned graduate study. We have realized that, as the job market evolves, we must evolve … Continue reading

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Surviving Seminar Paper Season

This post is not about how to write a good seminar paper. That’s fodder for more than a single blog post. This is about how to maintain your sanity while writing. Plan Ahead I guess this ship has possibly sailed … Continue reading

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