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A Musi(coal) Night!
Date: March 15 2013 7:00pm - 10:00pm Location: The Co-Op
A Musi(coal) Night!
In the spirit of the oncoming and uplifting spring vibes, The Lewis & Clark College Divest Coal Campaign in collaboration with Students Engaged in Eco-Defense will be hosting a night of festivities full of free savory food (and Voodoo doughnuts!), bubbles, good ole’ hootin’ & hollerin’ & dancin’, and some of that groovy music! Come hang out at the Co-Op on March 15th from 7-10pm!
7:00-7:30 Ukulele Orchestra (Student group)
7:30-8:00 Section Line Drive (Acapella group)
8:05-8:35 Katie Kuffel Experience (Robin Gropp, Katie Kuffel, Dan Sizer, Graham Mitchelle, Nathan Tang)
8:45-9:15 Cymatic Circle (Jordan Ruga, Max Howarth, Ted Jamison, Audience participation)
9:25-10:00 Hop on Hold Tight! (Marin Olson, Cassie Beucherie, Nate Romine, Lincoln Boyd, Steven)
The Divest Coal Campaign is aimed at working with Lewis & Clark to divest endowment funds from the most environmentally & socially irresponsible fossil fuel companies in the industry – and reinvesting those funds into more local, environmentally and socially conscious alternatives. This campaign is one of the largest student movements to sweep the nation in 20 years - and many schools across the United States, as well as the city of Seattle, have already committed to finding economically feasible alternatives to fossil fuel investments. Here at LC we’ve had 1300 student petitions signed in support of the campaign, met with key administrators, and had a meeting with President Berry Glassner.
Moving forward, we want to mold our campaign into a more integrated, aware, and student-led campaign – tailored to the needs of our campus. Divest Coal is focused on how students can work with the Lewis & Clark administration, The Sustainability Council, The Board of Trustees, student groups, and integrate the campaign with the newly released Strategic Plan.
The Office of Student Activities is located in the main level of Templeton Campus Center.
Director of Student Activities Jason Feiner
Office of Student Activities
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 187
Portland, Oregon 97219