L&C Virtual Events and Programming
The Alumni and Parent Programs office invites you to listen,
learn, and enjoy the L&C community through the following resources.
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October 1st, 2020
- A Letter from President Wiewel to the Lewis & Clark Community
- Equity & Inclusion Classroom Resources - This guide provides Lewis & Clark faculty, staff, and students with resources related to equity, inclusion and anti-racism.
Resources to Support Anti-Racist Practice and Advocacy - This list was compiled by faculty at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education.
Anti-Racist Resource List - This is a running list from the Office of Equity & Inclusion.
Anti-Racism, Black Lives Matter, and Transformative Justice List from the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark.
Resources to Get Involved and Act - Curated by the Ethnic Studies Department.
- Virtual Lecture with Professor Rishona Zimring and India Ropes-Moyes ’20, Meaning in Motion: Modernism, Literature, and Dance
- Virtual Lecture with Associate Professor Liz Safran, Landslides and Lava and Floods, Oh My! How the Owyhee River Puts Up with Oregon’s Lively Geology
- Virtual Lecture with Associate Professor Dawn Odell, Global Trade, Chinese Art, and Eighteenth-Century America
- Virtual Lecture with Professor Emerita Jean Ward, Albany to Fir Acres: The “Cinderella College” Arrives
- Virtual Lecture with Associate Professor David Campion, A Terrible Beauty: Literature, History & Memory in 20th-Century Ireland
- Virtual Lecture with Professor Eleonora Beck, Music and the Black Plague
- 2020 Festival Of Scholars and Artists - L&C’s daylong event highlighting student research in discussion panels, posters, and performances.
- Virtual Presentation and Q&A with Professor Rob Kugler, Of Mummified Crocodiles and Ancient Court Records: A Window on Jewish Legal Reasoning in Greco-Roman Egypt
- Virtual Presentation and Q&A with Professor Stephen Dow Beckham, Changes in the Land: Oregon, 1800-2020
- Daily Pandemic Poems: Professor and Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford is sharing a daily poem on his website.
- Pio Log: Catch up on the latest edition focused on COVID-19.
- TEDx at Lewis & Clark: In October 2019, L&C students hosted our first-ever TEDx event focused on “Deconstruction.”
- Cartoon Happy Hour with Matt Wuerker ’79 - Politico cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize winner Matt Wuerker ’79 recently led an easy drawing workshop and happy hour for the Lewis & Clark community. Click on the link above to see the whole presentation.
- Lewis & Clark College 147th Annual Commencement Ceremony - The Class of 2020 Celebrated via a virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 9th. Class of 2020, welcome to the alumni family!
- Messages of Resilience - Recently, Lewis & Clark asked alumni and friends to write messages of resilience to incoming, current, and graduating students. These are the wonderful responses.
- Lewis & Clark Virtual Backgrounds: If you can’t actually be on campus, at least you can bring campus with you to virtual meetings.
- Support for Teaching, Learning, and Working Remotely: This handy guide, created by L&C’s IT team, has trips and tricks to help navigate online platforms.
- Alumni Books and Publications: Looking for a new book? This extensive list is a great place to start.
- L&C Campus Tour: Take a virtual walk through campus.
- Senior Capstone Projects: Take a look at this sampling from recent years
- Virtual Concert with Associate Professor Susan Smith, Champagne and Chopin
- (Anti) Valentine’s Day Concert: This annual concert features L&C’s choirs and a cappella groups presenting humorous and poignant music.
- L&C Orchestra Concert: Sit back, relax, and listen to the L&C Orchestra performing music that ranges from the 18th through 21st century.
- Watch more live performances and browse the full archive of events.