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    Two years after opening, Lewis & Clark’s Community Counseling Center is doubling in size to provide greater access to high-quality, affordable counseling for all members of our community.
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    Professor Mollie Galloway’s new research shows that for upper-middle-class students, the pressure to maintain or improve their parents’ status—the need to succeed—often translates into cheating.
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    Two generous donors are offering matching dollars for gifts that will make it possible for first-generation students to become k-12 teachers. We need your help to raise $20,000.
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    The graduate school launches a new master’s degree program in student affairs administration.

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    The Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program adds a new international track
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    A team of counseling alumni has won a $10,000 venture competition to fund a cutting-edge program for treating eating disorders. The company, Rooted Recovery, grew out of master’s research by project leader Katie Fraser ‘12.
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    Alumni Relations hosted its annual award dinner on January 25, 2014, celebrating honorees for their accomplishments and service to the law school community.
  • Making a Commitment to Social Justice
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    New joint venture works to free the wrongly imprisoned and improve the accuracy of the criminal justice system.
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    When 4,150 alumni make a gift to the college before May 31, 2014, a generous trustee and the Board of Alumni will donate $40,000 to Lewis & Clark. That’s the LC Challenge. Make your gift today!
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    Lewis & Clark’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program and Associate Professor Melissa Powers ’01 have launched the Green Energy Institute, a new venture with the goal of developing and advocating for innovative policies that promote a swift transition to a completely renewable power grid.
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    As I stated in my letter to President Glassner, the time is right for me to pass on the leadership of this school to someone else.
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    In November, Patty Cassidy M.S. ’94 led a group of senior citizens outside to put their raised gardens to bed for the winter. Standing or working from wheelchairs, they pulled up old perennials, raked and turned the dirt, and planted a crop of Austrian winter peas to infuse the soil with nitrogen.
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    By Barbara Allen Burke B.A. ’83, M.A. ’87
    I first came to Oregon way back in the fall of 1979. I was about to start school at Lewis & Clark, and my parents drove me on the 1,300-mile trip from Colorado. I sat in the backseat along with my navy blue metal locker, a large-ish suitcase, and my electric typewriter. I was dreaming about moving into my dorm room, worried about whether my roommates would like me, and trying to fathom what college life would be like. I was pretty quiet on the trip, as I remember.
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    Among the Lewis & Clark alumni ranks are many graduates who have pursued entrepreneurial ventures. The Chronicle caught up with four of them who have forged their own paths in the for-profit and nonprofit worlds.
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    New Common Core State Standards bring greater coherence to K-12 mathematics—but how are teachers adapting?
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    Lewis & Clark renovates Fields Dining Hall, the largest dining facility on campus.
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    Mary Szybist, associate professor of English, wins the 2013 National Book Award in Poetry.
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    Students arrive on campus with a variety of objects from home. What do they bring and why?
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    An increasing number of law school students and alumni look to Alaska for career opportunities.
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    Lewis & Clark announces the winners of its first Venture Competition, a key element of the college’s entrepreneurship initiative.
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    Lewis & Clark launches the Center for Entrepreneurship, an initiative to help students translate their liberal arts education into action.
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    Lewis &  Clark students conduct “situated research” in southern Africa.
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    Your support of Lewis & Clark helps students gain not only an exceptional education, but also the tools and experiences needed to make a difference in the world today.
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    Arriving from Hong Kong in 1959 with $100 and a dream, Esther Lee became a barrier-breaking pioneer in computer science. In 2001, she and her husband endowed the Esther and Edward Lee Scholarship to benefit women from Asia. A bequest from their living trust will strengthen the fund.
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    Lewis & Clark mourns an influential leader from its past.
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    By Dan Sadowsky | Photo by Steve Hambuchen
    How does an emotional spark lead to transformative action? Ask Michael Graham B.A. ’05, a champion for Rwandan students, a campaigner against genocide, and an advocate for human rights.
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