January 25th, 2016
MLK Week: MLK Lecture by Rev. Terry McCray Hill
MLK Lecture in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel at 7pm. Join us for an exciting lecture from Rev. Terry McCray Hill from Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Northeast Portland about the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., his vision of community, and his teachings. This is the event in which we will initiate our Buddy System. No RSVP required.
January 26th, 2016
MLK Week: Visions of Change
This event is the space in which you can express your vision of change through multiple forms of art: collages, paintings, poems, drawings, videos, etc. We welcome every member of the Lewis & Clark community.
January 27th, 2016
MLK Week: Race Dialogues
Race Dialogues was created by Lewis & Clark undergraduates and remains solely coordinated by undergraduate students. The purpose of Race Dialogues is to have a space for all members of the Lewis & Clark community so they may engage in a critical dialogue about racism. Race Dialogues uses a very strict guidelines to ensure the no one person dominates the dialogue.
January 28th, 2016
MLK Week: Martin Luther King Jr. and Today’s Student Activism
This panel consists of faculty from the Lewis & Clark community. Each member on the panel will offer their scholarly perspective on the Modernist Negro Activist, a speech given by Martin Luther King Jr. about his feelings and thoughts on the activist efforts of young Black college students during the 1960s. Please come listen to how the panelists discuss how this relates to our current political and social moment.
MLK Week: Stories of Intersectionality
Members of the Lewis & Clark community share their stories, thoughts, and reflections on relationship that their various identities have with their race
January 29th, 2016
MLK Week: Poetry Aloud
The final MLK Week event features members of the Lewis & Clark community reciting poems—either original or by known poets—that connect to the wisdom of Martin Luther King Jr.
February 4th, 2016
4:00pm - 6:00pm:
2016 Spring Activities Fair
2016 Spring Activities Fair
Thursday, February 4th - 4pm to 6pm
Templeton Campus Center - Stamm
The 2016 Spring Activities Fair is presented by the Office of Student Activities
February 6th, 2016
Aasif Mandvi is well known for his work as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s Emmy-winning show, THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART. Most recently, Aasif wrote, produced, and starred in the HBO series, THE BRINK, co-starring Jack Black and Tim Robbins. Brought to you by the President’s Office, Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement, and the Dean of Students Office.
February 8th, 2016
Overseas Program Application Deadline
Overseas applications are due by February 8, 2016. This deadline applies to Spring/Summer/Year in Munich/Domestic Programs. Please visit us in Albany 206 if you have questions!
February 22nd, 2016
Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements. Reading & presentation with Walidah Imarisha
All organizing is science fiction. Those wanting to change the world must first be able to dream of new worlds. That’s where Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories From Social Justice Movements comes in. Join co-editor Walidah Imarisha for a reading and presentation/community conversation/discussion about radical science fiction and social change.
Sponsored by Ethnic Studies, Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement, Gender Studies and English