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Friday, October 25

7:30 - 9:30 a.m. Breakfast
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Purchase at the door, $5.30

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Bookstore open
Templeton Campus Center
Stock up on Pio gear for the game or to bring home with you! In honor of alumni and families, LC logo items will be 20% off! Some exclusions may apply, see Bookstore for details.

8:30 a.m. - Midnight Maggie’s Cafe
Roberts Hall, Ground floor
Swing by our campus coffee shop for espresso and grab and go food.

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Art Exhibit
Hoffman Gallery
When research can be a rainbow is a collaborative interactive exhibition that highlights the magic, nuance, and intimacy in processes of research. Artist Roz Crews, interviewed 14 faculty members about their research methods to create a portrait of methods in the gallery.

11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Purchase at the door, $8.65

1 - 6:30 p.m. Check-in
Information and Campus Safety, Gate 3
Check-in open for Homecoming and Family Weekend.

3 - 4 p.m. Campus Tour
Departs from Manor House
See the college through the eyes of a student tour guide!
Complimentary.

3 - 3:45 p.m. Pioneer College Session I

  • Of Mummified Crocodiles and Ancient Court Records: A Window on Jewish Legal Reasoning in Greco-Roman Egypt
    Olin 301
    Presented by Paul S. Wright Professor of Christian Studies Rob Kugler
    When Greeks and Romans ruled ancient Egypt, legal documents discarded from notary offices were often recycled as mummy wrappings for the crocodiles sacred to the Egyptian Sobek cult. In this presentation we’ll take a look at some legal complaints filed by Jews living in Egypt recovered from one such mummy—and discover in the bargain that this mummy and these Jews can teach us something about identity-maintenance in multicultural contexts.
    Complimentary.
  • Mapping the Brain in Living Color with “Brainbow”
    J.R. Howard Hall 124
    Presented by Associate Professor of Biology Tamily Weissman-Unni
    Professor Weissman explains how a scientific method called “Brainbow” can be used to study the brain. She color-codes living cells with multicolor fluorescent proteins, and illustrates how the brain forms in tiny, transparent zebrafish embryos.
    Complimentary.

4 - 4:45 p.m. Pioneer College Session II

  • Trauma and Self-regulation in Art Therapy
    J.R. Howard Hall 102
    Presented by Assistant Professor With Term and Director, Masters in Art Therapy Program Mary Andrus
    This presentation will explore the neurobiology of trauma, provide a framework to understand human behaviors related to experiencing trauma. Participants will use interactive methods to experience and understand how art therapy can be helpful in the treatment of trauma. 
    Complimentary.
  • Measuring Women’s Empowerment and Food Security in Rural Tanzania
    J.R. Howard Hall 122
    Presented by Aine Seitz McCarthy, Assistant Professor of Economics
    How do we measure women’s empowerment in the developing world? This presentation will discuss the use of a survey measurement for agricultural communities that helps to diagnose key areas of women’s disempowerment, design strategies to address deficiencies, and monitor project outcomes related to women’s empowerment. 
    Complimentary.

5 - 7 p.m. Dinner
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Purchase at the door, $8.65

5:30 p.m. Lewis & Clark College Athletics Hall Of Fame Dinner and Induction
Templeton Campus Center, Stamm
Celebrate this year’s inductees with a special dinner. Crystal Castle BA ’08- Women’s Basketball, Brent Pavlicek BS ’92- Football, Amanda Phillips BA ’08 MAT ’11- Cross Country and Track & Field, Lynn Roumagoux BS ’59 MAT ’69- Cross Country and Track & Field, and the 1961-62 Men’s Basketball team will be inducted. Donna Roisom BS ’78 MAT ’85 will also be honored with a lifetime achievement award.
$35 for adults; $15 for children under 10.

8:30 p.m. Fire Arts
Maggie’s Café Courtyard
Join the L&C Fire Arts Club for their fall show, Dance of the Damned.
Complimentary.

Saturday, October 26

7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Check-in
Information and Campus Safety, Gate 3
Check-in open for Homecoming and Family Weekend.

8 - 10:45 a.m. Parents Council Meeting
Templeton Campus Center, Stamm
Fall meeting for Parents Council members.

9 a.m. - Noon Philanthropy Council Summit
Gregg Pavilion

9 - 10:15 a.m. Tryon Creek Nature Walk
Departs from Information and Campus Safety, Gate 3.
Explore the rain forest in Lewis & Clark’s backyard. This 2-mile walk is appropriate for all ages. Please note: The route includes a few steep inclines and stairs.

9:30 - 11 a.m. Coffee and Careers
Templeton Campus Center, Career Center
Stop by the Career Center Open House for coffee and learn about their services, resources, and programs.
Complimentary.

10:00 a.m. Women’s Basketball Alumni Scrimmage
Pamplin Sports Center, Gymnasium
Alumni who were members of the women’s basketball team are invited to scrimmage with the L&C squad. Register to play or watch! Lunch will be provided after the game. 
Complimentary.

10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Bookstore open
Templeton Campus Center
Stock up on Pio gear for the game or to bring home with you! In honor of alumni and families, LC logo items will be 20% off! Some exclusions may apply, see Bookstore for details. 

10:30 a.m. - Noon Alumni Swim Meet
Zehntbauer Swimming Pavilion
Alumni who were members of the swim team are invited to compete in an informal meet. Spectators welcome!
Complimentary.

10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Brunch
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Purchase at the door, $8.65

11 - 11:45 a.m. Pioneer Parent Panels

  • Session A- First year parents
    Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber
    Hear from campus administrators on how you can help your student navigate success in their first year at L&C and beyond. Panel will be moderated by Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Robin Holmes-Sullivan. Panelists include: Joe-Barry Gardner, Interim Director of Campus Living, John Krussel, Associate Dean for Student Academic Affairs, John Hancock, Associate Dean of Students for Health and Wellness, Jason Feiner, Director of Student Activities, Mary Beth Snell, Career Center Specialist.
  • Session B- Second year, third year, and fourth year parents
    Templeton Campus Center, Thayer
    Hear from campus administrators on how you can help your student navigate success during their sophomore, junior, and senior years. Panel will be moderated by Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Bruce Suttmeier. Panelists include: Oren Kosansky, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Janet Davidson, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of Academic Advising, Harold McNaron, Director of Student Leadership and Service, Chrys Hutchings, Associate Director of Bates Center for Entrepreneurship & Leadership, Rocky Campbell, Director of Career Center.

Complimentary. Coffee and light pastries provided.

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Art Exhibit
Hoffman Gallery
When research can be a rainbow is a collaborative interactive exhibition that highlights the magic, nuance, and intimacy in processes of research. Artist Roz Crews, interviewed 14 faculty members about their research methods to create a portrait of methods in the gallery.

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Archives Open House
Watzek Library, Special Collections
Drop by Lewis & Clark’s Special Collections to explore treasures of the college archives. You can examine Ben Jonson’s first folio from 1616, the daily writings of William Stafford, the records of Civilian Public Service Camps, and other rare and little seen books and papers.
Complimentary.

11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Exhibition Tour: When research can be a rainbow
Hoffman Gallery
Join gallery staff for a tour of the exhibition. When research can be a rainbow is a collaborative interactive exhibition that highlights the magic, nuance, and intimacy in processes of research. Artist Roz Crews, interviewed 14 faculty members about their research methods to create a portrait of methods in the gallery. 

Noon - 2 p.m. Activating the Exhibition with Roz Crews
Hoffman Gallery
Join the Hoffman Gallery’s Artist in Residence for a two hour workshop exploring the various aspects of the current exhibition, when research can be a rainbow. We will discuss the many approaches to research utilized by faculty in different disciplines across campus, experiment with our own research methods, and expand how we think about the power of experience. Please arrive on time to participate in the full workshop.

Noon - Midnight Maggie’s Cafe
Roberts Hall, Ground floor
Swing by our campus coffee shop for espresso and grab and go food.

Noon - End of 3rd Quarter 16th Annual Tailgate Extravaganza
Griswold Stadium, End zone
Join fellow Pios cheering on the football team during the Homecoming game. This is an event for the whole family, featuring Larry Mellum’s ’72 Pike’s Place Chowder, brats, pulled pork sandwiches, craft ales and cider, good friends, face painting, and a great view of the game from the end zone! Vegan options available.
$19 for adults; $12 for children under 10. Tailgate tickets will increase at the door ($20). Football ticket not included, you can purchase your football ticket at the box office on game day or pre-purchase here. The tailgate is located inside the stadium, you must gain entrance to the football game to attend tailgate.

12:15 - 1 p.m.  Pioneer College Session III

  • Rehearsing Disaster: Understanding Earthquake Preparedness Behavior Using Interactive Digital Media
    J.R. Howard Hall 124
    Presented by Associate Professor of Geological Science Liz Safran
    A devastating “megathrust” earthquake off the Pacific Northwest coast could happen at any time, and residents must learn to prepare for, survive, and thrive in the aftermath of such an event. We are developing video games to investigate their own effectiveness as risk communication tools and to elucidate what drives earthquake preparedness behavior among PNW residents ages 18-29.
    Complimentary.
  • Removing The Mystery of Gender Diversity
    J.R. Howard Hall 122
    Presented by Program Director of the TransActive Gender Project Jenn Burleton
    While diversity in the natural world is mostly accepted as universal truth, gender diversity in human identity and expression is still something many struggle to affirm, or even to understand. Jenn Burleton, Program Director of the TransActive Gender Project at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling, will share her experiences working with gender diverse children, teens, adults and their families.
    Complimentary.

12:15 - 1 p.m. Kiddo Pioneer College Session
Calling all Pio kiddos to join in on the fun! Parents/guardians will need to chaperone their children to these events.

  • Watch a Quidditch game come to life! L&C’s Quidditch Club will be playing a game for spectators of all ages. Come and join the fun on the Great Plat Field!
  • Cooking with Chemistry is putting on a demonstration with yummy snacks and a science lesson in the Olin Lounge! Best for elementary-school age kiddos, but all are welcome.
  • L&C’s student-run Gaming Society will offer a casual workshop for kiddos to come learn about and play some board games from L&C’s certified game enthusiasts. Appropriate for all ages, but better for kiddos who do well without a lot of movement. Located in the Trailroom.

       Complimentary.

1 p.m. Homecoming Football Game
Griswold Stadium
The L&C Pioneers face Willamette University.
Football alumni- Join us on the field and welcome the Pioneers as they take the field to face off against Willamette University.
General Admission tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors 65+ and free for kids under 10 with an adult. Lewis & Clark staff and students are eligible to receive one complimentary ticket per home game with a valid student/staff ID.
You can purchase your football ticket at the box office on game day (opens at 11:30am) or pre-purchase here.

4 - 4:45 p.m. Pioneer Travel Program Information Session
J.R. Howard Hall 102
Presented by Associate Vice President for Alumni, Parent, and Student Engagement Andrew McPheeters
Come learn about our faculty led travel program for alumni, parents, and friends. Upcoming trips include Cuba, Israel and West Bank, and Iceland!
Complimentary.

4 - 5 p.m. Pio Log Mixer
Manor House, Armstrong Lounge
Connect with the staff of Lewis & Clark’s very own student-run newspaper and talk about what it’s like working on the “Log”. Jump in a time machine by sifting through past issues and mingle with fellow fans of the Pio Log!
Complimentary.

4:30 - 6 p.m. Pumpkin Carving
Albany, Smith Hall
Join us for a festive fall gathering where we will carve pumpkins, sip apple cider, and have fun!
Hosted by the Student Alumni Association.
Complimentary.

5 - 7 p.m. Dinner
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Purchase at the door, $8.65

8:30 p.m. Fire Arts
Maggie’s Café Courtyard
Join the L&C Fire Arts Club for their fall show, Dance of the Damned.
Complimentary.

Sunday, October 27

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Board of Alumni Meeting
Templeton Campus Center, Stamm

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Art Exhibit
Hoffman Gallery
When research can be a rainbow is a collaborative interactive exhibition that highlights the magic, nuance, and intimacy in processes of research. Artist Roz Crews, interviewed 14 faculty members about their research methods to create a portrait of methods in the gallery.

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Check-in
Information and Campus Safety, Gate 3
Check-in open for Homecoming and Family Weekend.

11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Exhibition Tour: When research can be a rainbow
Hoffman Gallery
Join gallery staff for a tour of the exhibition. When research can be a rainbow is a collaborative interactive exhibition that highlights the magic, nuance, and intimacy in processes of research. Artist Roz Crews, interviewed 14 faculty members about their research methods to create a portrait of methods in the gallery. 

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Family Farewell Brunch
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Family members are invited to spend brunch with their student in the campus dining hall.
Family members of current students who pre-register for this event will receive a hosted ticket. 

11:45 a.m. Voodoo Doughnuts and Soccer!
Griswold Stadium
Voodoo Doughnuts will power the cheers of fans who arrive early for the soccer game! First-come, first-served basis.
Complimentary.

Noon Women’s Soccer vs. Linfield College
Griswold Stadium
Complimentary.

Noon - Midnight Maggie’s Cafe
Roberts Hall, Ground floor
Swing by our campus coffee shop for espresso and grab and go food.

3 p.m. Intramural Volleyball Tournament
Pamplin Sports Center, Gymnasium
Alumni, parents, and students are invited to face off in an intramural volleyball tournament! The winning team will receive a championship t-shirt and bragging rights. Teams will be formed upon arrival and all skill levels are welcome to participate!

5 - 8 p.m. Dinner
Templeton Campus Center, Fields Dining Room
Purchase at the door, $8.65

7:30 p.m. Orchestra Concert
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
The Lewis & Clark Orchestra presents its first concert of the fall semester.
$10 General Admission
$5 LC Faculty, Staff, Seniors, Alumni and non-LC students
FREE for LC Students (with ID)

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