Monday, September 17

When Broughal Middle School and Donegan Elementary School were in need of more mental health services, Lehigh University’s George White, who assists in both schools’ community school’s programs, ran into the right colleague.

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Saturday, September 15

PARIAH [puh rahy uh] noun 1. A person without status. 2. A rejected member of society. 3. An outcast.

In the final moments of the critically acclaimed film Pariah, 17-year-old Alike finally finds comfort in her identity: “Even breaking is opening and I am broken... Continue reading »

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Wednesday, September 12

Lehigh has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s outstanding research universities. In its just-released 2013 “Guide to America’s Best Colleges,” the news magazine ranks Lehigh 38th among 281 institutions across the United States (... Continue reading »

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Monday, September 10

Brown v. Board of Education helped usher a new era of civil rights for America, but the transition to a society free of social inequality has been turbulent. In an ironic twist of fate, that struggle seems greatest in our urban classrooms where, for nearly 60 years,... Continue reading »

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Sunday, September 9

Recently, I sat in a third grade classroom watching a geography lesson. I was specifically interested in seeing what instruction students received on map skills. I observed the teacher as she reviewed continents and oceans with the students using a large cloth map on... Continue reading »

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Saturday, August 25

More than 50 percent of high school students with severe behavioral disorders never make it to graduation. And that’s only counting the students who have been properly diagnosed.

For the thousands of teenagers who fail to receive proper services for aggression,... Continue reading »

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