Announcements

ASB/Lyft: Program Survey

ASB wants to make sure we create a Lyft rideshare program that best benefits the student body: how would you utilize Lyft?

Google Quota Implementation

Google storage quotas are being enforced on December 1st. Google Drive, Email, and other Google services will impact your total storage capacity. Learn more about what you can do to curate your data and implement best practices to stay under the quota limit.

Warm The Winter Clothing Drive

Donations accepted through December 6.

Don’t forget Election Day November 8th

Keep these tips in mind as you fill out your ballot.

A New Graduate Campus Experience is Coming Soon

The Graduate Commons will be an inviting outdoor gathering space for the LC community and visitors alike, and serve as a central hub that unites all corners of the graduate campus.

L&C 2022 Halloween Costume Contest

Vote for your favorite costume between November 1 - 4. Scroll through the entries and select one entry per group. Winners will be announced Monday, November 7.

#WhatDoYouStandFor?

A new collaborative art installation is on display at the entrance to Rogers Hall on the graduate campus.

25th Annual ENVX Symposium Explores Nuanced Ways of Viewing Our Planet’s Future

This year’s symposium, titled Deconstructing the Apocalypse, will be held on October 16–20. The symposium will feature talks by environmental leaders, a movie screening, a meditation, an art workshop, a data workshop, and a career fair and networking opportunity. All events are free and open to the public.

Shaking Up Disaster Preparedness With Video Games

Cascadia 9.0 was developed as part of an ongoing research project to determine what motivates young adults to prepare for earthquakes and other natural disasters. Using video games as research and outreach tools, L&C researchers take an interdisciplinary approach to disaster preparedness.

Your Input is Needed by Oct. 31: TriMet Considers Eliminating Routes 38 and 39

Please take a moment to voice your opinion on the proposal to eliminate bus service to Lewis & Clark.

PARKING—GET YOUR PARKING SPOT HERE!

New graduate campus parking lot at Gate 8 opened Monday, September 26.

Student Center Phase 2 Construction Complete! NEW SPACES OPEN 10/7!

A large portion of the student center’s second floor opens SOON, 10/7!

WHAT’S OPEN?
Basically, everything except for the old Mail Room and hallway on the west end of the second floor will be open. We will begin installing furniture in this space starting Wednesday, 9/28. In addition, the east exterior (ravine side) stairs will also be open and usable starting 10/7. 

Note that visitors to Fields Dining Room will still need to enter from the wooden ramp on the northwest side of the building. 

Please continue to be watchful of construction signage and stay clear of any areas identified as a construction zone.

Fall Semester Food Service Hours

Looking for coffee and food options on campus?