In Photos: 2022 midterm election


Zachary Michael, ’23, (left) and Will Maghak, ’23, (right) pose after voting in the 2022 midterm election. (Jordyn Pykon/Video Editor)

Pia Tiimob, ’23, poses with an “I Voted” sticker after voting in the midterm election. Lehigh did not hold classes on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, for Civic Engagement Day. (Jordyn Pykon/Video Editor)

Declan Coster, ’23, (left) introduces political science professor Brian Fife (right) at Neville Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Fife spoke to students about the consequences of elections on Lehigh’s Civic Engagement Day. (Nahjiah Miller/Photo Editor)

St. John’s Lutheran Church was another Bethlehem polling location for the 2022 midterm. (Chrissy DiBrigida/B&W Staff)

From left to right: Marietta Sisca, ’23, Stephen Kelly, ’24, Declan Foster, ’23, Raihan Alam, ’23, Miranda Asral, ’23, and Sam Denison, ’24, engage in a debate sponsored by the Douglass Dialogues. Sisca and Kelly represented the Lehigh Republicans, Asral and Denison represented the Lehigh Democrats. Coster and Alam moderated. (Nahjiah Miller/Photo Editor)

Students attended a debate between the Lehigh Democrats and Republicans, sponsored by Douglass Dialogues, on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The debate was part of the Lehigh Civic Engagement Day programming. (Nahjiah Miller/Photo Editor)


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