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  • We are incredibly eager to welcome you back to campus! To that end, we are working diligently to put a plan in place that will keep our community safe during on-campus, in-person instruction this fall.

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    Virtual Resources Hub


  • The Pick Up Shelf will not be available on Friday, July 3 and there will be no librarians on-duty for chat. Please have a fun but very safe holiday weekend.


  • Two students on their New Student Trip in the Mt. Adams Wilderness

    College Outdoors is excited to announce that for 2020, we will be offering the New Student Trip experience with a virtual platform, allowing us to serve ALL new students, in a format that is both more inclusive, and free!


  • “Stay Tuned With Preet,” a podcast produced by alumnus Sam Ozer-Staton BA ’17, has earned a Webby Award for News and Politics based on public vote. The podcast, hosted by the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara, dissects the politically charged legal issues facing the nation each week.

  • Cole Harris BA ’20 undertaking research in Zanzibar.
    Cole Harris BA ’20 is Lewis & Clark’s most recent alum to receive a Fulbright award following his undergraduate degree. Next year, Harris will travel to Kampala, Uganda, to conduct original research on the effects of Pentecostalism on community development.

  • The New Republic magazine has published an op-ed by President Wim Wiewel in which he argues for the unique importance of liberal arts colleges in instilling civic values.

  • Beginning June 15th, Lewis & Clark students, faculty, and staff may request items from Watzek Library for pickup the following business day.
      
      

  • Learn about library and community resources on equity, inclusion, and anti-racism.

    https://library.lclark.edu/equity


      

  • SR 001 “A Resolution of Appreciation for Angela Gintz”
    A Resolution of Appreciation for Angela Gintz
    Dear Angela, 

    On behalf of the students of the College of Arts and Sciences, namely the organizations and their leadership signed below, I’m pleased to present you with this digital copy of SR 001 “A Resolution of Appreciation for Angela Gintz,” in honor of the valuable work you have contributed to the Lewis & Clark community. From all of us, thank you. We appreciate you and we will miss you.
    Best,
    Mikah

  • Professor of Chemistry Nikolaus Loening was recently awarded a $297,000 research grant by the National Science Foundation to support studies related to the “molecular underpinnings of life.” Loening’s combined grant efforts have aided the college in purchasing a new 600 MHz NMR Spectrometer, built to study a wide range of chemical and biological processes.

  • A Message from The Office of Equity and Inclusion Commemorating Juneteenth

  • two little humans help each other for better signal

  • Lewis & Clark College, Pioneer Log, October 10, 1974.
    On the night of October 10th, 1974, political activist, Angela Davis spoke to a packed audience at the Portland State University auditorium. As reported for the Lewis & Clark College Pioneer Log newspaper by managing editor Rob Rowe ’77, in attendance was a mix of “Old grey radicals, middle-aged revoltationaries, and dissent college students.” Davis, a well known activist, author, and academic, has spoken and taught on the subjects of class, feminism, and the U.S. prison system and was actively engaged with lefitis causes including the Black Panther Party, the Communist Party, and Marxist Feminism.
     
     

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