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St. John's Windish Evangelical Lutheran Church

Trdi Grad Je Nas Boug Zmozsni

“A Mighty Fortress is Our God”

St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church

“It was an active church…it was very, very active” –Lorraine Flizar, 2008

St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church

“Oh, we were poor, but we were proud” –Anna Hertz

St. Stanislaus Church

Stabler Arena

Stabler Arena is an arena located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It is owned and opeated by Lehigh University and is part of Goodman Campus there at Lehigh. It is a multi-purpose arena used for many different athletic contests as well as other entertainment events.

Steel Field

Lehigh Men's Soccer team played on Steel Field from 1925 to 1962. Lehigh University purchased Steel Field from Bethlehem Steel and sold it to Moravian College in 1962 when the Saucon Valley fields were being built.


Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Dates: 2007-2011
Type: Academic
Name Variation: Science, Technology, Environmental, Policy and Society Building, Gus's (c.1950-1970, commercial building originally on the corner of Packer and New)

Target Practice at St. Luke's dump

David Stocker remembers that he and a friend would walk from his home on Third Street to the St. Luke's garbage dump to shoot rats, tin cans, and bottles.  Mr.

Taylor Gymnasium (& Stadium)

Architect: A. W. Leh and Henry F. Hornbostel
Patron: Charles L. Taylor
Dates: 1913-1914, 1976 Remodel, 19 November 1987 Last Game Played in Taylor Stadium, 1989 Remodel
Type: Athletic, Academic

The Hillel Society of Lehigh University

The Hillel Society is a prominent campus-based organization that is committed to social betterment. The national Hillel Society was formed in 1924, and it has fostered deep ties to the global Jewish community since then.