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    The President’s Letter
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    The story behind our admissions success.
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    When the highest-rated science series on television features two of our professors in a three-week period, millions take notice. I hope you took the opportunity this spring to watch Kellar Autumn and Greta Binford on separate episodes of NOVA.
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    Interim President Jane Monnig Atkinson shares her thoughts this spring.
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    Interim President Jane Monnig Atkinson shares her thoughts this winter.
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    President Thomas Hochstettler shares his thoughts on his journey to and from Lewis & Clark College.
  • President’s Letter: True Wealth
  • President’s Letter: Defining Asset Value
  • President’s Letter: The Transformative Power of Science
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    President’s Letter: Dreaming and Daring Globally
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    President’s Letter: Orange-and-Black as the New Green
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    When students apply for admission to Lewis & Clark, they are affirming their values and aspirations–and ours. When faculty come here to teach, they are affirming their commitment to advancing knowledge, original thinking, and collaborative inquiry–and ours. When individuals apply to work here, they are affirming their principles–and ours.
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    This fall, Marcia and I sent our middle son off to college. Like many parents, we felt conflicting emotions: pride, melancholy, excitement, and, dare I say, some measure of relief. Like most 18-year-olds, he had been spending less and less time at home and was ready for more independence. Still, we miss his presence in the house. We find ourselves looking for his car in the driveway, listening for his voice down the hall, and marveling at the extra food in our refrigerator. Mostly, we hope we have provided the foundation he needs to be a happy, healthy, and successful adult.
  • As the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition draws to a close, it’s only fitting that the College’s fourth and final symposium focuses on the legacies of this historic journey.
  • From East Coast to West, public radio listeners are tuning in to a vibrant scholarly series about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The 13-part series, titled  Unfinished Journey: The Lewis and Clark Expedition, is a joint production of Lewis & Clark College and Oregon Public Broadcasting, with major funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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