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Meeting the New President

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    Trustee Jerry Fischer B.S. ’68; Betsy Amster; U.S. Representative Earl Blumenauer B.A. ’70, J.D. ’76; President Barry Glassner; Trustee Kent Swanson; Patricia Swanson; Tamma Carleton B.A. ’09, the college’s most recent Rhodes Scholar; and Brad Elkins B.A. ’10.
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    Catherine Crooker, associate vice president for development, with Cathy Scoville and Peter Fenn, parents of former students.
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    Parissa Jaseb, a newly admitted student; Frank Dillow B.S. ’68, J.D. ’77, incoming president of the Board of Alumni for the College of Arts and Sciences; and Setareh Jorgensen.

During the spring, Lewis & Clark’s new president, Barry Glassner, took part in a “listening-and-learning” tour attended by alumni and parents in Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Washington, D.C. “It’s been moving to see so many alumni and parents turning out for these events,” says Glassner. “I’ve sensed a real and deep pride in Lewis & Clark.”

These photos were taken at the Phillips Collection, an intimate museum of modern art, in Washington, D.C. The event was hosted by Trustee Jerry Fischer B.S. ’68 and his wife, Kay Fischer.

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