After Lewis & Clark

By exploring and understanding Greco-Roman culture from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, Classics majors and minors gain critical thinking, research, writing, and discussion skills that will serve them well in any endeavor they pursue after graduation. Here are a few of our recent graduates:

  • Tessa Borchardt ’21 is pursuing an MA in Classical art and archaeology at King’s College in London.
  • Hannah Jay ’20 works in Lewis & Clark’s Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, and is seeking an MA in student affairs administration.
  • Simon Schiller ’19 is currently enrolled in law school, and has worked with a nonprofit legal clinic in Portland specializing in family law.
  • Gabby Lopez ’19 currently works as a teaching assistant in a preschool program for students with disabilities and plans to pursue a career as an educator.
  • Matthew Callahan ’18 published his first novel, Shadowborne, and is working on his second.
  • Madison Anderson ’18 was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and most prestigious academic honor society in the United States. She is currently completing a master’s degree in elementary education and an Oregon multiple subject teaching certification.
  • Juliet Wilhelm ’17 works at the Portland State University Graduate School of Education in the technology services department. Juliet also is completing a master’s degree in educational technology.
  • Geneva Karr ’17 works at the University of Arizona in the Desert Archaeology laboratory. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Calling all Classics alumni! What have you been up to since graduation? Start an interesting job? Discover a hidden talent? Used your liberal arts experience and degree to better the world? Adopt a cat? We’d love to know!