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    June 26
    Apply to to be a Project Leader for the 2017-2018 school year!
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    September 2
    What’re your spring break plans? Consider applying to lead an alternative spring break trip to Atlanta, GA or Yakama Nation.
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    August 3
    Aukeem Ballard ’11 explores his experience with Student Leadership and Service and the Center for Career and Community Engagement.

Events


September 20, 2017


September 26, 2017

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    IME Wokeshop: Oppression, Privilege, and Microaggressions
    Have you ever experienced or witnessed a form of oppression in your daily life? Come learn about different forms of oppression and privilege, and how they show up in our lives at Lewis & Clark. Here you can build your social justice vocabulary and deepen your knowledge about systems of oppression. Everyone is welcome!


    Brought to you by the office of Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement


September 30, 2017

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    Trail Engineering Clinic on the PCT

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 8 at 9:00 am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Tuesday, September 26 at 4:45 pm


    The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) stretches 2,650 spectacular miles, from the border with Mexico to Canada. We’ll head up to a section on Mt. Hood to learn how hiking trails are engineered to minimize erosion, maximize sustainability, and optimize the wilderness experience for different types of users. You’ll have the opportunity to get dirty and use trail tools to restore trail on Saturday, stay in a campground Saturday night, then take a hike on Sunday morning before heading back to campus. As a bonus, Dr. Paul Allen will be there to share his experience working on trails!


October 1, 2017

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    Trail Engineering Clinic on the PCT

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 8 at 9:00 am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Tuesday, September 26 at 4:45 pm


    The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) stretches 2,650 spectacular miles, from the border with Mexico to Canada. We’ll head up to a section on Mt. Hood to learn how hiking trails are engineered to minimize erosion, maximize sustainability, and optimize the wilderness experience for different types of users. You’ll have the opportunity to get dirty and use trail tools to restore trail on Saturday, stay in a campground Saturday night, then take a hike on Sunday morning before heading back to campus. As a bonus, Dr. Paul Allen will be there to share his experience working on trails!


October 10, 2017

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    IME Wokeshop: Understanding Intersectionality
    Intersectionality. It’s a concept created and made popular by lawyer, feminist, and critical race theorist, Kimberle Crenshaw to demonstrate how identities operate together. This workshop is designed to deconstruct the concept of intersectionality and build a well-rounded understanding together. Everyone is welcome!

    Brought to you by the office of Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement