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Hands

In "Agents of Change," hear from students, faculty, and distinguished guests as they talk about their work in helping to educate and transform the global community.

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Moving from Words to Action in Sustainability (03:06) Audio Icon
October 23, 2009

'Welfare Brat' Author Mary Childers: Hoping for a Different Future for our Daughters and Sons (08:48) Audio Icon
September 28, 2009

When Humanity Fails (03:47) Video Icon
May 5, 2009

Green Worker Cooperatives: Improving Bronx Communities (11:58) Audio Icon
May 1, 2009

One Woman's Successful Struggle Against Anorexia (14:55) Audio Icon
April 23, 2009

Guggenheim Fellow Talks About Human Rights Violations in Guatemala (10:27) Audio Icon
April 9, 2009

The Benefits of Intellectual and Emotional Learning (11:26) Audio Icon
March 25, 2009

Linguistic Human Rights: Ireland, Israel, and the U.S (31:48) Audio Icon
March 24, 2009

Building a Culture of Peace (04:58) Audio Icon
November 3, 2008

Teaching About the Holocaust (06:09) Audio Icon
October 31, 2008

Understanding Arab Media (04:02) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

Books

"Bookshelf" focuses on interviews and readings from faculty, alumni, and visiting authors.

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The Blue Tattoo: The Story of Olive Oatman (09:50) Audio Icon
June 25, 2009

Students

Get the scoop on what's happening at Lehman. "Campus Life" covers news about the College's events, architecture, student organizations, and more.

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Working with the Green Belt Movement in Kenya (04:26) Video Icon
December 4, 2009

FDNY 'Five Alarm Cookoff' in the Bronx (02:20) Video Icon
November 12, 2009

Progress of work on the New Science Building, September 2008 - September 2009 (01:04) Video Icon
November 4, 2009

Meet the New Dean of Arts and Humanities (06:26) Audio Icon
August 14, 2009

Year in Photos, 2008-2009 (05:56) Video Icon
June 25, 2009

Preparing Future Latino Leaders (05:35) Audio Icon
November 4, 2008

An Introduction to Lehman College (03:04) Video Icon
October 31, 2008

Helping to Rebuild New Orleans (02:27) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

Puzzle

In "Clues to the Unknown," Lehman faculty and students explain the research they are conducting—and the new knowledge and discoveries that may unfold from their work.

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New Dean Discusses the Future of the Sciences at Lehman (07:35) Audio Icon
August 14, 2009

Unearthing Antiquity in Remote Pakistan (09:01) Audio Icon
June 24, 2009

Social Bonding: We May Be a Lot Like the Prairie Vole (09:59) Audio Icon
May 6, 2009

Mic

"Inspiring Talks" features faculty, guest speakers, and experts discussing their own stories of adversity and success, as well as hopeful new developments, in a variety of fields.

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Felipe Luciano: Successfully Challenging Stereotypes (14:33) Audio Icon
November 20, 2009

Remembering the U.N.'s Early Days in the Bronx (17:22) Audio Icon
October 26, 2009

Yolanda Alvarez: Living Proof that 'Nothing is Impossible' (05:32) Audio Icon
October 23, 2009

Covering Science and the Continuing Battle over Evolution (44:46) Audio Icon
September 25, 2009

Justice Donna Mills: Society Needs Educated Urban Men (07:08) Audio Icon
September 18, 2009

Defying the Odds: Lehman Alumna Discusses Her Personal Story of Struggle and Success (08:08) Audio Icon
August 14, 2009

Jill Abramson of The NY Times: Quality Journalism Will Survive (24:53) Audio Icon
May 27, 2009

Adolfo Carrión Leaves the Bronx for the White House (39:55) Audio Icon
March 26, 2009

Rubén Díaz, Jr.: Young People Needed as Leaders (21:31) Audio Icon
March 26, 2009

Essie Shor: World War II Bielski Partisan Fighter (12:02) Audio Icon
March 25, 2009

A Message for Social Workers: 'Don't Become Disillusioned. Become Empowered.' (30:37) Audio Icon
March 4, 2009

Bronx D.A. Robert Johnson: A Lifetime of Service (28:28) Audio Icon
November 26, 2008

A Teacher Keeps Learning...From Her Students (09:19) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

Alumnus Shares His Journey to Success (09:50) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

Map

"Multicultural Voices" explores New York City's rich cultural diversity and offers different perspectives on the issues affecting our world today.

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Q&A With Lehman's Newest Distinguished Professor Dr. Laird Bergad (06:02) Video Icon
August 14, 2009

The Future of The Forward, New York's Legendary Jewish Newspaper (09:59) Audio Icon
April 23, 2009

A Tibetan Student's American Journey (09:01) Audio Icon
April 23, 2009

Zanzibar under Colonial Rule: Schoolgirls a Metaphor for State Independence (06:47) Audio Icon
April 23, 2009

"My Daughter's Eyes": Stories of Young Dominican Women (34:46) Audio Icon
March 25, 2009

These Irish Eyes Are Smilin', I'm Buckwildin' (24:50) Audio Icon
March 24, 2009
*Explicit Material

Growing Up With Irish Music and Dance (06:09) Audio Icon
March 13, 2009

The Banjo in the Irish Music Scene (10:04) Audio Icon
March 11, 2009

Conversations with Thomas Spear on the Anniversary of Île en île ... and from Cameroun about Nobel Laureate J.-M.G. Le Clézio (09:10) Audio Icon
November 26, 2008

The Latino Vote in the 2008 Election (04:07) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

"Music Department Chorus Concert"

Music Note

"Music Department Chorus Concert" features a collection of excerpts from the Spring 2008 performance of the Lehman College and Community Chorus, featuring works by Mendelssohn, Dvorak, and Borodin.

"Spring 2008 Concert" Compilation (01:07:12) Audio Icon
November 4, 2008

Stage Lights

"On Stage" is your backstage pass to the world of theater. Hear from professionals and aspiring professionals as they talk about their dreams, what motivates them, and making it in show business.

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Gabourey Sidibe Describes Her Theatre Experiences at Lehman (03:07) Audio Icon
November 2, 2009

The Lehman Players Present "Bedford Hills 10468" (02:50) Video Icon
August 14, 2009

Cornbury, the Queen's Governor: A Comedy in Two Acts (02:55) Audio Icon
April 27, 2009

Looking Back on Writing and Directing Your Own Play (02:44) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

Joe Danisi, Actor-Screenwriter-Director (04:32) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

Globe

"Strides in Sustainability" takes you through the Bronx's journey toward energy efficiency in its new buildings and transportation systems and explores some of the environmental efforts underway on the Lehman campus as well as in the borough.

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"Earth Hour at Lehman College" by Professor Yuri Gorokhovich (01:14) Video Icon
April 3, 2009

Salamanders: Clues to Our Environment (05:28) Audio Icon
November 26, 2008

On the Road to Energy Independence (03:57) Video Icon
November 26, 2008

Driving an American-Made Alternative-Energy Vehicle (04:18) Audio Icon
November 26, 2008

Sustainable Design in a New Science Building (03:56) Audio Icon
November 21, 2008

Leaf

In "World of Plants," Lehman faculty share their research in the plant sciences, discussing some of the health benefits found in plants and, in some cases, what plants tell us about humans.

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The Benefits of Plant Pigments (05:41) Audio Icon
June 24, 2009

What Plants Can Tell Us About Gene Suppression (07:01) Audio Icon
October 15, 2008

A Message from Lehman's President on the United Way Campaign (02:08) Video Icon
November 25, 2009

We're Talking the Bronx (00:30) Video Icon
November 17, 2009