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    July 22
    Celebrating 20 Years of Helping Start Legal Careers in Public Service
    Many large law firms have the resources to recruit interns and associates. Nonprofit organizations and government agencies, on the other hand, can rarely afford the time and money to conduct such extensive searches. To provide these entities an opportunity to inform students about the work they do, Lewis & Clark began holding a public service career fair in 1990.
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    September 8
    A Weekend in Portland
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    Marriages
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    Births
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    September 8
    This spring the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) at Lewis & Clark Law School celebrated a milestone when it held its 20th annual fund-raising auction.
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    September 8
    More than a thousand undergraduate alumni, friends, and family returned to Lewis & Clark in late June to celebrate Reunion Weekend 2010.
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    September 8
    Graduates of 2010
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    The Oregon Academy of Science, an organization that promotes research and education in the hard and social sciences, named Professor of Education Kip Ault its 2010 Outstanding University Educator.
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    September 8
    Kent, class of 1995, continues to inspire others. In 1997 his parents established the college’s first scholarships in biology and ceramic arts, helping Swanson scholars pursue graduate-level science experiences as undergraduates, study ceramics and other arts, immerse themselves in cultures overseas, engage in community leadership projects, and embrace outdoor adventures.
  • September 8
    Friends of Lewis & Clark Remembered
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    September 8
    Highlights: Men’s Rowing, Track and Field, Softball and Baseball, Tennis and Golf
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    September 8
    Whenever Marc Casto B.A. ’97 travels, one of his first goals is to find a good local cookbook
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    September 8
    Beth Skillern J.D. ’86 advises lawyers, especially women, to find balance and perspective in their careers. 
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    September 8
    By Pattie Pace
    Bob Carlson M.A.T. ‘95, executive director of Center for Research in Environmental Studies and Technologies (CREST), shows kids they can make a difference.
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    September 8
    Professor Daena Goldsmith B.S. ’86 (right) studies communication in couples dealing with a chronic health condition such as heart disease, cancer, or HIV.
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    September 8
    As a black woman, I am moved beyond language to be here when we honor those without names or status, people who made a difference in large and small ways.
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    September 8
    This summer, Lewis & Clark began construction of the new Diane Gregg Memorial Pavilion and the renovation of Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
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    September 8
    By Pattie Pace
    Amber Case B.A. ‘08 believes the next wave of technology will allow humans to intuitively interact.
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    September 8
    By Abby Haight
    Many clients in treatment for mental health issues are also battling addiction. Are their counselors prepared to help?
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    September 8
    Katie Walter B.A. ’09 makes a positive difference for others by starting a women’s artisan collective.
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    September 8
    Lewis & Clark alumni help create the city’s unique vibe.
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    September 8
    Lewis & Clark’s newest public sculpture honors a neglected member of the Corps of Discovery.  
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    Honoring alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who have recently passed.
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    Class Notes - 2000s
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    Class Notes - 1980s
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    Class Notes - 1970s
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    Class Notes - 1960s
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