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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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    May 22

    Undergraduate faculty pursue varied avocations for a healthy work-life balance

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    April 22

    Her visit to campus marks the fifth by a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 2008.

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    January 27
    Mary Szybist, associate professor of English, wins the 2013 National Book Award in Poetry.
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    October 1
    Honoring the legacy of a beloved professor and an esteemed poet
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    May 24
    Associate professor of Chinese Keith Dede and Neil Murray CAS ’13 collect oral histories at the crossroads of Han Chinese, Tibetan, and Mongolian cultures.
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    January 30
    Tamily Weissman-Unni uses colorful fluorescence to study neural circuitry.
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    September 18
    Lewis & Clark alumni pursue diverse careers in America’s best city for bicycling.
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    June 5
    The Lewis & Clark overseas study program celebrates its 50th year.
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    January 21
    by Jeffrey Lott
    In the luxury hotel business, a little adventure isn’t such a bad thing.
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    November 3
    Around the world, Lewis & Clark Law School alumni are changing the face of the planet as leaders in law, legal education, and business.
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    September 6
    The new Gregg Pavilion completes the chapel’s original design—and a family’s dream.
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    May 25
    Photography by Steve Hambuchen
    Lewis & Clark officially welcomes its 24th president.
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    January 18
    Tamma Carleton B.A. ’09, a gifted scholar-athlete, is one of only 32 people in the United States to be named a Rhodes Scholar for 2011.
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    September 8
    Lewis & Clark alumni help create the city’s unique vibe.
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    April 28
    By Wil Haygood
    Professor John Callahan and Adam Bradley B.A. ’96 compose the bridge to Ellison’s unfinished second novel.
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    January 8
    By Shelly Meyer
    Exploring the basics of geology – and teamwork – in one of Oregon’s most scenic locales.
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    September 22
    Summer 2009 Issue Katherine FitzGibbon, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, is an inspiring evangelist for Lewis & Clark’s vocal music program. She’s building on some of the traditions of her predecessors while starting a few new traditions of her own.
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    April 28
    Jerusha Detweiler-Bedell, associate professor of psychology, garners a national teaching award for her creativity in the classroom and the research lab.
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    February 5
    By Genevieve J. Long
    On campus and off, Lewis & Clark community members are stirring up the local food culture.
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    August 6
    Biologist Kellar Autumn studies what makes geckos stick
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    April 4
    Lewis & Clark embraces a 21st-century vision of environmental studies that is holistic, interdisciplinary, and firmly rooted in a sense of place.
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    October 1
    On November 14, 2007, the United Nations will observe the first annual U.N. World Diabetes Day, as established last year by U.N. Resolution A/61/225. People living with diabetes all over the world have Clare Rosenfeld CAS ’08 to thank for that.
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    August 11
    Lewis Sharp B.A. ’65 leads the Denver Art Museum to national prominence.
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    June 3
    The Advocate Abridged – Summer 2007
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