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  • In an effort to build stronger ties between undergraduate students and alumni, Lewis & Clark has jump-started a new iteration of the Student Alumni Association (SAA). The group, which is led by Simone Wren CAS ’10, is composed of 12 SAA Ambassadors. As recipients of the annual Alumni Leadership Scholarship, these students ha ve demonstrated leadership, participated actively in the Lewis & Clark community, and shown an interest in fostering student-alumni relationships.
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    Lisa LeSage’s story of the 8.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the coast of central Chile on Feburary 27, 2010.
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    International and American students create ties that transcend national identity
    through the Davis United World College Scholars Program.
    by Romel Hernandez
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    Joel Martinez, assistant professor of philosophy, recently received the Arnold L. Graves and Lois S. Graves Award in recognition of his outstanding teaching in the humanities.
  • Friends of Lewis & Clark Remembered
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    By Pattie Pace
    The story of Chris Mills M.A.T. ’84
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    By Pattie Pace
    The story of Ethan Rose B.A. ’00
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    By Pattie Pace
    The story of Judy Cockerton B.A. ’73
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    By Pattie Pace
    The story of Kayla Fioravanti B.A. ’90
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    By Pattie Pace
    The story of Román D. Hernández J.D. ’00
  • Births from the Spring 2010 Chronicle.
  • Marriages from the Spring 2010 Chronicle.
  • Class Notes - 1960s
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    Eleonora “Nora” Beck was named as the James W. Rogers Professor of Music.  Beck is currently working on an article about classical music’s influence on Michael Jackson, which was the subject of her February 9 inauguration lecture.
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    Four years ago, when students formed Momo and the Coop, it was the only a cappella group at Lewis & Clark. Today, five diverse groups are active on campus.
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    Starry Night allows Stephen Tufte, associate professor of physics, to help illuminate why people once viewed the world as either earth-centered (geocentric) or sun-centered (heliocentric). It’s just one of the topics covered in the new interdisciplinary course Origins of Life in the Universe.
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    The Pioneers enjoyed their most successful winter season ever, with both basketball teams advancing to Northwest Conference postseason play. In addition, the women’s swim team continued to prove itself as a swimming power within the conference, while the men’s swim team put in a solid effort, earning its best conference finish in 18 years.
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    For a decade, the Lewis & Clark Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic has been helping those most in need of assistance, mitigating conflicts with the IRS and seeking positive resolution for all parties.
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    The Jazz of Ralph Ellison
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    By Claire Sykes
    From farm to cup, Bruce Mullins B.S. ’77 has devoted himself to America’s favorite beverage, improving coffee-growing communities, and the environment, along the way.
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    By Bobbie Hasselbring
    With new funding, experienced staff, expanded programs, and a worldwide presence, Lewis & Clark’s Center for Animal Law Studies is a leader in its field.
  • Letters from readers of the Chronicle.
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    Ecopsychology is a contemporary movement toward recognizing a connection between mental health and the natural environment. Ecopsychologists are discovering the benefits of connecting people to nature to treat depression, stress, and addictions.
  • Romick, an international affairs major from Grants Pass, traveled to California in December to compete in the game show’s college tournament. The episode aired February 1.
  • The College of Arts and Sciences recently received a $500,000 gift from life trustee Fred Fields and a $250,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation.
  • With all the world’s problems, some question whether animal law is a relevant area of study, but thousands of local ordinances, state statutes, and federal laws have been passed addressing animals and their relationships to humans.
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    Interim President Jane Monnig Atkinson shares her thoughts this spring.
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    By Wil Haygood
    Professor John Callahan and Adam Bradley B.A. ’96 compose the bridge to Ellison’s unfinished second novel.
  • In Memoriam
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