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    May 29

    In conjunction with Black History Month, Lewis & Clark hosted a series of events with high- profile speakers to promote community conversations on topics such as social justice, civil rights, politics, and environmental justice.

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    May 29
    Despite an uncharacteristic snowstorm in Portland, a large and enthusiastic crowd trekked downtown to the Newmark Theatre on February 7 to attend the William Stafford Centennial Celebration.
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    May 29

    In March, 56 of the nation’s best parliamentary debate teams arrived in Flagstaff, Arizona, for the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence (NPTE), but only one team left as national champions—Lewis & Clark’s McKay Campbell CAS ’14 and Emily Halter CAS ’14.

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    May 29
    Lewis & Clark Law School’s Environmental Law Program tied for No. 1 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 annual rankings of law schools.
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    May 29
    Lance Inouye, instructor in music and the college’s orchestra conductor, joined Lewis & Clark last summer.
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    May 29
    In February, Lewis & Clark’s Center for Entrepreneurship launched the Mentor Connection program to facilitate relationships between students of all three campuses and mentors from a broad variety of disciplines and expertise.
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    May 29

    The 33rd annual Gender Studies Symposium, held in March, focused on issues related to gender, power, and space as they relate to our environments and the lives we lead.

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    May 29
    The men’s basketball team posts a strong season and eyes a future conference championship.
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    May 29
    On July 1, Shana Levine will join Lewis & Clark as its new director of physical education and athletics.
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    May 29
    Playing in one of the toughest conferences in the nation, the Lewis & Clark women’s basketball team just barely missed the Northwest Conference tournament this year.
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    May 29
    Lewis & Clark’s Board of Trustees recently welcomed Paula Hayes B.S. ’92 as its newest member.
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    May 27
    Kristin Fujie, assistant professor of English, has an infectious enthusiasm for her specialty, modern American literature, and for teaching.
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    May 27
    What will college look like in 2025? More than 70 college presidents and other higher education leaders from around the country descended on Lewis & Clark on April 10 for a candid exploration of that big question.
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    February 14
    Samantha Bee, senior correspondent of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, performed to a packed house in Pamplin Sports Center on October 25.
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    February 14
    Michael Olich, associate professor of theatre, directed a contemporary adaptation of The Marriage of Figaro.
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    February 12
    Women’s Soccer, Cross Country, and Volleyball
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    February 12
    Football records fall as Keith Welch and Andrew Frisina close out their final season with the Pios.
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    February 12
    A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.
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    February 12
    Last fall’s 16th annual Environmental Affairs Symposium, titled the Nature of the Unnatural, focused on “unnatural” modifications to our biophysical surroundings.
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    February 12
    In November, the 10th annual Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies—titled Police States, Prison Nations—analyzed racial ideologies and the contours of the carceral state.
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    February 12
    This fall, Lewis & Clark became the first private college to achieve Salmon-Safe certification. Salmon-Safe is a third- party, peer-reviewed certification program that links land management practices with the protection of agricultural and urban watersheds.
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    February 12
    While participating in the college’s overseas study program in India in 2011, Hillary Patin CAS ’14 and fellow student Miranda Benson (who graduated last year) were inspired to develop a project to empower women and give them the tools to defend themselves against street harassment and rape.
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    February 12
    The Consulate General for the Republic of Korea in Seattle has named a new honorary consul general.
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    February 12
    Gary Reiness, associate dean and professor of biology, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
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    February 12
    In December, Jennifer Johnson was named the next dean of Lewis & Clark Law School.
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    Letters and Corrections
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    October 22
    “Fearless competitor.” That’s how her coaches describe student-athlete Emily Thompson CAS ’16. That’s not surprising because the standout soccer forward, track hurdler, and relay competitor comes from a family of outstanding Lewis & Clark athletes.
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    October 22
    Mark Pietrok, a well-known figure in Pioneer athletics, has been named acting director of Physical Education and Athletics. He replaces Clark Yeager, who had served as director for seven years.
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    October 22
    Men’s Golf, Track and Field, Softball, Baseball, and Tennis
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    October 22
    A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.
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