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October 26th, 2020

  • Tea and Conversation with the Office of Spiritual Life 5:45pm - 7:00pm: Tea and Conversation with the Office of Spiritual Life
    This is an informal open forum and community tea time. We hope to answer your questions about spiritual and religious life on campus, as well as get input from you. In times of distant socializing and uncertainty, we want to hear how you are and ask how we can further support one another – spiritually, religiously, personally.

    What does spiritual life mean to you?
    What can the school do to support your spiritual and/or religious needs on campus?
    What do you know about spiritual life on campus?
    How do you hear about events sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life?
  • Tea and Conversation with the Office of Spiritual Life 5:45pm - 7:00pm: Tea and Conversation with the Office of Spiritual Life
    This is an informal open forum and community tea time. We hope to answer your questions about spiritual and religious life on campus, as well as get input from you. In times of distant socializing and uncertainty, we want to hear how you are and ask how we can further support one another – spiritually, religiously, personally.

    What does spiritual life mean to you?
    What can the school do to support your spiritual and/or religious needs on campus?
    What do you know about spiritual life on campus?
    How do you hear about events sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life?

October 28th, 2020

  • On Being Discussions featuring Darnell Moore, Vincent Harding, Imani Perry, and Desmond Tutu 5:00pm - 6:00pm: On Being Discussions on Race & Healing
    A weekly discussion group for students, staff, and faculty from all three campuses focusing on different On Being podcasts (onbeing.org) from primarily Black voices. Engage the topic of race and healing and work toward justice. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript beforehand, and then gather together around the virtual dinner table to discuss, connect, and act.


    Oct. 28: Darnell Moore, “Self-Reflection and Social Evolution”

    “Darnell Moore says honest, uncomfortable conversations are a sign of love — and that self-reflection goes hand-in-hand with culture shift and social evolution. A writer and activist, he’s grown wise through his work on successful and less successful civic initiatives, including Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to remake the schools of Newark, New Jersey, and he is a key figure in the ongoing, under-publicized, creative story of The Movement for Black Lives.” - Krista Tippett


  • On Being Discussions featuring Darnell Moore, Vincent Harding, Imani Perry, and Desmond Tutu 5:00pm - 6:00pm: On Being Discussions on Race & Healing
    A weekly discussion group for students, staff, and faculty from all three campuses focusing on different On Being podcasts (onbeing.org) from primarily Black voices. Engage the topic of race and healing and work toward justice. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript beforehand, and then gather together around the virtual dinner table to discuss, connect, and act.


    Oct. 28: Darnell Moore, “Self-Reflection and Social Evolution”

    “Darnell Moore says honest, uncomfortable conversations are a sign of love — and that self-reflection goes hand-in-hand with culture shift and social evolution. A writer and activist, he’s grown wise through his work on successful and less successful civic initiatives, including Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to remake the schools of Newark, New Jersey, and he is a key figure in the ongoing, under-publicized, creative story of The Movement for Black Lives.” - Krista Tippett


October 30th, 2020

  • A flag depicting the intersectional communities of trans/non-binary, BIPOC, and LGBQIA+. 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Spiritual Que(e)ry
    All LC students are invited for this student-led weekly gathering for people interested in exploring the intersection of spiritual/religious/secular identities and queer and trans/non-binary identities. Each week will be a slightly different focus, ranging from reflecting on readings, watching short videos, listening to guest speakers, and engaging in various spiritual practices. We also like to have fun!
    Please email spiritualqueery@lclark.edu to sign up for the listserv and get the Zoom link. Also let the leaders know via email if you need accommodations for Zoom. Thanks!

November 3rd, 2020

  • Loving Kindness Meditation on Election Day 4:30pm: Loving Kindness Meditation for Election Day
    At this significant time in the history of our country, join us as we express loving kindness toward the wider community. This loving kindness meditation is open to Lewis & Clark students, staff, and faculty. Led by Jeanne Lilly, Office of Spiritual Life. 

    RSVP to sign up and receive a Zoom link.

November 4th, 2020

  • On Being Discussions featuring Darnell Moore, Vincent Harding, Imani Perry, and Desmond Tutu 5:00pm - 6:00pm: On Being Discussions on Race & Healing

    Gather for a special optional two-hour discussion for students, staff, and faculty from all three Lewis & Clark campuses. We will spend from 5-6pm the Wednesday evening after the election guided by the wisdom of the late Vincent Harding, who was the chairperson of the Veterans of Hope Project at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript beforehand, and then gather together around the virtual dinner table to discuss and connect. Harding said in the interview with Tippett, “How do we work together? How do we talk together in ways that will open up our best capacities and our best gifts? My own feeling that I try to share again and again, Krista, is that when it comes to creating a multiracial, multiethnic, multireligious, democratic society, we are still a developing nation.”

    Whoever wins the presidential election, Harding’s question calls out to us all in 2020: How do we work together? How do we talk together in ways that will open up our best capacities and our best gifts?

    For those who wish, we can continue the conversation for an additional hour. Stay for as little or as long as you like. 

    Nov. 4: Vincent Harding, “Is America Possible?”

    “Vincent Harding was wise about how the vision of the civil rights movement might speak to 21st-century realities. He reminded us that the movement of the ’50s and ’60s was spiritually as well as politically vigorous; it aspired to a “beloved community,” not merely a tolerant integrated society. He pursued this through patient-yet-passionate cross-cultural, cross-generational relationships. And he posed and lived a question that is freshly in our midst: Is America possible?” - Krista Tippett

    Facilitated by Hilary Martin Himan, Office of Spiritual Life




November 6th, 2020

  • A flag depicting the intersectional communities of trans/non-binary, BIPOC, and LGBQIA+. 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Spiritual Que(e)ry
    All LC students are invited for this student-led weekly gathering for people interested in exploring the intersection of spiritual/religious/secular identities and queer and trans/non-binary identities. Each week will be a slightly different focus, ranging from reflecting on readings, watching short videos, listening to guest speakers, and engaging in various spiritual practices. We also like to have fun!
    Please email spiritualqueery@lclark.edu to sign up for the listserv and get the Zoom link. Also let the leaders know via email if you need accommodations for Zoom. Thanks!

November 7th, 2020

November 11th, 2020

  • On Being Discussions featuring Darnell Moore, Vincent Harding, Imani Perry, and Desmond Tutu 5:00pm - 6:00pm: On Being Discussions on Race & Healing
    A weekly discussion group for students, staff, and faculty from all three campuses focusing on different On Being podcasts (onbeing.org) from primarily Black voices. Engage the topic of race and healing and work toward justice. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript beforehand, and then gather together around the virtual dinner table to discuss and connect.


    Nov. 11: Imani Perry “More Beautiful”

    “James Baldwin said, “American history is longer, larger, more various, more beautiful, and more terrible than anything anyone has ever said about it.” Imani Perry embodies that prism. For the past few years, Perry has been pondering the notions of slow work and resistant joy as she writes about what it means to raise her two black sons — as a thinker and writer at the intersection of law, race, culture, and literature.” - Krista Tippett

November 13th, 2020

  • A flag depicting the intersectional communities of trans/non-binary, BIPOC, and LGBQIA+. 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Spiritual Que(e)ry
    All LC students are invited for this student-led weekly gathering for people interested in exploring the intersection of spiritual/religious/secular identities and queer and trans/non-binary identities. Each week will be a slightly different focus, ranging from reflecting on readings, watching short videos, listening to guest speakers, and engaging in various spiritual practices. We also like to have fun!
    Please email spiritualqueery@lclark.edu to sign up for the listserv and get the Zoom link. Also let the leaders know via email if you need accommodations for Zoom. Thanks!

November 18th, 2020

  • On Being Discussions featuring Darnell Moore, Vincent Harding, Imani Perry, and Desmond Tutu 5:00pm - 6:00pm: On Being Discussions on Race & Healing
    Join us for our final On Being Discussion of the fall term. On Being is a weekly discussion group for students, staff, and faculty from all three campuses focusing on different On Being podcasts (onbeing.org) from primarily Black voices. Engage the topic of race and healing and work toward justice. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript beforehand, and then gather together around the virtual dinner table to discuss and connect.


    Nov. 18, Desmond Tutu, “God of Surprises”

    “‘There’s no question about the reality of evil, of injustice, of suffering, but at the center of this existence is a heart beating with love.’

    South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu on how his understanding of God and humanity has unfolded through the history he’s lived and shaped.” - Tippett

November 20th, 2020

  • A flag depicting the intersectional communities of trans/non-binary, BIPOC, and LGBQIA+. 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Spiritual Que(e)ry
    All LC students are invited for this student-led weekly gathering for people interested in exploring the intersection of spiritual/religious/secular identities and queer and trans/non-binary identities. Each week will be a slightly different focus, ranging from reflecting on readings, watching short videos, listening to guest speakers, and engaging in various spiritual practices. We also like to have fun!
    Please email spiritualqueery@lclark.edu to sign up for the listserv and get the Zoom link. Also let the leaders know via email if you need accommodations for Zoom. Thanks!

News

  • January 21
    Health Promotion and Wellness has a Graduate Assistant position open for the 2020-2021 academic year.
  • The Christians
    October 29
    October 31-November 9, 2019
  • Tina Packer Lecture
    October 15
    November 5, 2019
  • October 2
    One part time position for graduate students in the Health Promotion and Wellness suite.
  • March 1
    Ryan F. Reese, PhD, LPC will be facilitating EcoWellness Counseling: Practical Strategies and Ethics for Integrating the Natural World into Therapy, on Friday, April 29. While this training will emphasize the application of EcoWellness to counseling settings, professionals and graduate students from diverse educational and professional contexts are welcome to attend. Registration is currently open here.
  • March 20

    Theatre in Uganda and Rwanda:

    Commemoration, Complexity & Collaboration

    An Artist Talk and Workshop with Emily Mendelsohn and Deborah Asiimwe

    Workshop:  Saturday, April 5th  9-12pm

    Artist Talk:  Monday, April 7th  7-8:30 pm

     

  • February 21
    Lewis & Clark Department of Theatre and Dance in collaboration with Boom Arts and The World Affairs Council of Oregon present:
    The Power of Performance: Theatre in Conflict Zones 
    An Artist Talk and Workshop by Joanna Sherman, Artistic Director, Bond Street TheatreArtist TalkFriday, February 21st, 2014, 7:00pm
  • February 13
    The Lewis & Clark Theatre Department is proud to present

    OUR WILLIAM STAFFORD: IN FIVE DRAFTS

    directed by Professor Stephen Weeks

    conceived by Professor Stephen Weeks and Professor Rebecca Lingafelter

    Thursday February 6th, 7:30pm

    Fir Acres Theatre Black Box

    FREE
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