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  • June 6
    On April 16, more than 150 donors, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. Student financial aid, including funds for endowed scholarships and annual operating gifts, make the critical difference for 77 percent of Lewis & Clark students.
  • June 6
    To sustain and advance its mission, Lewis & Clark depends on transformative gifts and grants from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government programs.
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    June 6
    Each of us is where we are today because someone, at some point, reached out to help. Currently in the College of Arts and Sciences, more than 70 percent of students receive some form of financial assistance. And the number of students who need such assistance is growing.
  • June 6
    The Community Counseling Center is at 4445 S.W. Barbur Boulevard, accessible by Tri-Met bus.
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    Spring 2013
  • June 4
    Kristi Williams, associate director of academic advising • Ted Braun, professor emeritus of English • Bill Randall, professor emeritus of chemistry
  • June 4
    Honoring alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who have recently passed.
  • June 4
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    May 30
    Spring 2013
  • May 30
    Class Notes - 2000s
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    Class Notes - 1990s
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    Class Notes - 1980s
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    Class Notes - 1970
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    Class Notes - 1960s
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    Class Notes - 1950s
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    May 29
    By Joanne Mulcahy
    In a widely viewed TED talk, Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Adichie describes her encounters with “the danger of a single story.” Adichie grew up in a middle-class family, and her mother repeatedly commanded that she finish her dinner, citing the poverty of their houseboy, Fide. When she finally met Fide’s family, she was astonished that his mother wove beautiful raffia baskets. In her mother’s single story of poverty, there was no room for beauty. Single stories reduce the complexity of human experience. People become, Adichie argues, one aspect of their lives.
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    May 29
    On a summer day in 2007, Bjorn Hinrichs B.A. ’94 and his 3-year-old son, Sawyer, were exploring the front yard of their Lake Oswego, Oregon, home—digging in the dirt, turning over rocks, and inspecting bugs. A noisy bird with a red head and fluffy red chest flew in and landed. Sawyer was captivated—and curious.
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    May 29
    Greg Scholl J.D. ’95 headed home from his day job at the Metropolitan Public Defender’s Office in Hillsboro, Oregon, to grab his trombone and don a black tuxedo, bow tie, and cummerbund. He hustled over to a local church and joined the Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra on stage. Then, for the next two hours, he exchanged legal briefs for sheet music, leading the low brass section through performances of Dvorak’s Symphony No. 2 and Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.
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    May 29
    When Christy Hale’s B.A. ’77, M.A.T. ’80 daughter was a baby, she remembers watching her make brightly colored pyramids out of stacking rings. “Turned upside down, the stack of rings resembled Frank Lloyd Wright’s design for the Guggenheim Museum in New York City,” thought Hale.
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    May 29
    In the fall of 1962, senior Myrna Ann Adkins B.A. ’63 and about 20 Lewis & Clark students climbed aboard the S.S. President Cleveland headed to Japan for a semester of cultural immersion and study.
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    May 29
    This spring, President Barry Glassner and his wife, Betsy Amster, traveled to events around the country, meeting alumni, parents, admitted students, and college supporters.
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    May 29
    June 20-23, 2013
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    Spring 2013
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    November 6, 2013
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    May 29
    October 4-6, 2013
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    May 29
    A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.
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    May 28
    The 32nd annual Gender Studies Symposium, held in mid-March, offered meditations on gender and religion.
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    May 28
    Over the course of the next year, Lewis & Clark will hold a series of activities and events commemorating the 100th birthday of William Stafford, who was one of the most prolific and important American poets of the last half of the 20th century.
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    May 28
    In April, Lewis & Clark hosted its 51st International Affairs Symposium, titled Power: Balance, Order, and Flux.

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