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  • #TBT to the performance of the Akiyoshi-Tabackin Big Band at Lewis & Clark in 1984!⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ [Image description: Two people are standing on stage, one is facing the audience playing a saxophone, the other is turned away from the audience with their hand pointed to the right.]
  • We are excited to announce that the Senior Art Exhibition, #Blissters, is up until May 9 at the Hoffman Art Gallery on campus! Follow @hoffman_gallery for updates and to make a Covid-safe appointment to visit the gallery in-person [Link in bio].⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Blissters showcases 18 art projects that are the product of the hard work and commitment of the art department’s 2021 graduating class. Blissters reflects their final year in which the hands-on approach of art-learning and making was somewhat usurped by a global pandemic, national protests and activism, the 2020 election, and west coast fires. ⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ [Image descriptions: Images 1-3 show masked students in the Hoffman Gallery looking at the art projects. Image 4 shows three plaster and mud sculptures on the floor of the gallery. Image 5 is the front doors to Hoffman Gallery with a decal that says "Blissters Senior Art Exhibition April 2-May 9]
  • #TBT to the L&C Theatre Department’s production of “Two Blind Mice,” by Samuel and Bella Spewack, in the summer of 1952. ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ [Image description: Eight people are gathered around two desks dressed in ’50s attire.]
  • Are you interested in data, computing, statistics, and want to explore a career where you can put those skills to practical use? Do you love English *and* math? Well, we have a new minor in Data Science just for you! 🖥️ 🔬 🔢⁠ ⁠ Data science is an interdisciplinary field of study dedicated to quantitative problem solving. Our coursework will teach you best practices in data collection, management, measurement, visualization, analysis, and inference. In our program you will not only learn to harness data, but also understand its societal consequences.⁠ ⁠ “The program is going to be broader than Data Science offerings at other institutions,” Ellen Seljan, associate professor of Political Science and Department Chair, elaborates. “Whereas some schools focus their programs closely on Big Data analysis and computation, our program will integrate a lot of applied coursework in the social and natural sciences, such as humanities coursework that explores the social implications of data and technology.”⁠ ⁠ Learn more about our newest minor at the link 🔗 in our bio. ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ [Image description: Students walking on the pathway between the glade and Pamplin.] ⁠ ⁠
  • Say hello to your 2021 International Affairs Symposium steering committee and co-chairs! The 59th (!) annual @iasymposium centers on finding clarity in a chaotic world. This year’s symposium theme, “System Shocks,” will emphasize the confrontation of opposing viewpoints through five debates held virtually from April 5 to April 7.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ “My experience as a co-chair for this year’s symposium has been a culmination of teamwork, dedication to the event, and pure excitement for what’s to come,” said Sandenna McMaster BA ’21, an international affairs major from Palmer, Alaska. “I believe each of our debate questions touch on issues that are international in scope, but affect each of us personally.”⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Click on the link in our bio to learn more about this year’s symposium and register for the debates, which are all free and open to the public. ⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ .⁠⁠ [Image descriptions: 1) The IA Symposium steering committee members standing outside in the Fir Acres Amphitheater. 2) Headshot of symposium co-chair Sandenna McMaster in front of the Corbett House on the grad campus 3) Headshot of symposium co-chair Nathan Oakley taken in front of a flowering rhododendron bush on campus]