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March 12th, 2015

  • Image preview All Day: Gender Studies Symposium
    The 34th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will explore a dual theme, illuminating the many ways in which gender and sexuality shape the foundational processes of production and consumption—and vice versa.
  • Image preview All Day: SAVE THE DATE: Lewis & Clark College Leadership Conference - (De)Constructing Leadership
    Save the date for Lewis & Clark’s inaugural student leadership conference on Saturday, March 14th. This year’s theme is (De)Constructing Leadership and at this conference, students will engage in critical analysis of various leadership theories and practices while supporting the creation of their own personal and group leadership strategies.

    The featured Keynote Speaker is Diego Hernandez and Karla Castañeda of the Momentum Alliance.
  • Image preview 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Meditation
    You are invited to this meditation session in the lower level of the chapel in our beautiful meditation room (Room 112).  This weekly meditation time is designed for everyone, and you are welcome to come whether you are well acquainted with meditation or new to it (or somewhere in between).  Please contact Jeanne Lilly, Contemplative and Spiritual Life Coordinator (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information. 

March 13th, 2015

  • Image preview All Day: 2015 LPE Film Festival Submission Deadline
    The 2015 Lambda Pi Eta Film Festival is part of Lewis & Clark’s Festival of Scholars. This event aims to give student filmmakers the opportunity to showcase their work to the Lewis & Clark community, while providing newcomers to the field with a behind-the-scenes look at the visual media production process. Film is an important component of the Rhetoric & Media discipline, as it reflects the sociopolitical and cultural narratives competing for relevance at any given time. To learn about film is to learn about the world we live in! Join us in supporting the creativity of your fellow students, and get a taste for what film studies is all about!

    ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS 2/23 - 3/13 !
  • Image preview All Day: Gender Studies Symposium
    The 34th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will explore a dual theme, illuminating the many ways in which gender and sexuality shape the foundational processes of production and consumption—and vice versa.
  • Image preview All Day: SAVE THE DATE: Lewis & Clark College Leadership Conference - (De)Constructing Leadership
    Save the date for Lewis & Clark’s inaugural student leadership conference on Saturday, March 14th. This year’s theme is (De)Constructing Leadership and at this conference, students will engage in critical analysis of various leadership theories and practices while supporting the creation of their own personal and group leadership strategies.

    The featured Keynote Speaker is Diego Hernandez and Karla Castañeda of the Momentum Alliance.

March 14th, 2015

  • Image preview 10:00am - 4:00pm: Lewis & Clark College Leadership Conference - (De)Constructing Leadership
    Participate in Lewis & Clark’s inaugural student leadership conference on Saturday, March 14th. This year’s theme is (De)Constructing Leadership and at this conference, students will engage in critical analysis of various leadership theories and practices while supporting the creation of their own personal and group leadership strategies.

March 16th, 2015

  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions ordinarily take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel, but on February 2nd will be in Rogers 220.  Contact Jeanne Lilly (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information.

March 17th, 2015

  • Image preview 4:30pm: Who Meditates? Series
    Join us as Lewis & Clark faculty and staff lead us in a meditation or other contemplative activity in the Diane Gregg Pavilion on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.  Contact Jeanne Lilly (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information.

March 18th, 2015

  • 3:30pm - 5:00pm: E&D Spring Colloquium - Making Music in PDX

    Guest Panelists:

    Our guest panelists will speak about the music scene in Portland.

    A few Lewis & Clark student acts (solo, ensemble, or band) will perform and get some feedback from our panelists.

    The Colloquium Series is free and open to the Lewis & Clark Community

  • Image preview 7:30pm: Choir Tour Send-Off Concert
    “Aloha, Portland!” Lewis & Clark’s Cappella Nova Choir bids Portland farewell as they prepare for their spring vacation concert tour of Hawaii. Music will include works by Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Augusta Read Thomas, and even Björk. They are joined by special guests, the Macalester College Concert Choir. 7:30 p.m., Agnes Flanagan Chapel. This event is FREE for LC students, $5 LC faculty/staff, seniors and alumni, $10 general admission.
  • Image preview 8:00pm: Wednesday Night Concert Series - The Merryweathers
    CAB presents…

    Wednesday Night Concert Series featuring The Merryweathers!

    Wednesday, March 18th ~ 8pm ~ Maggie’s Cafe

March 19th, 2015

  • Image preview 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Meditation
    You are invited to this meditation session in the lower level of the chapel in our beautiful meditation room (Room 112).  This weekly meditation time is designed for everyone, and you are welcome to come whether you are well acquainted with meditation or new to it (or somewhere in between).  Please contact Jeanne Lilly, Contemplative and Spiritual Life Coordinator (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information. 
  • Image preview 5:30pm: Film Screening of Granito followed by Q&A with Kate Doyle, Senior Analyst for the National Security Archive
    Please join the History department for an open screening of the documentary Granito: How to Nail a Dictator.  This film tells the story of the search for justice in Guatemala for genocide crimes committed under former military dictator General Efrain Rios Montt’s regime. Kate Doyle will give a brief talk after the screening and participate in a question and answer session, as she was one of the key interview subjects in the documentary.  Ms. Doyle currently serves as senior analyst of U.S. policy in Latin America at the National Security Archive, based at George Washington University.    This event is co-sponsored with International Affairs, Latin American Studies, SOAN, and funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

March 20th, 2015

  • 9:00am - 10:00am: Professional Development Workshop with Senior Research Analyst Kate Doyle

    The history department invites currently enrolled undergraduate Lewis & Clark students to a special professional development workshop with Senior Research Analyst Kate Doyle, aimed at students interested in careers in human rights, international affairs, and policy work in Washington, DC.   Breakfast is included.  Space is limited so RSVP now to reserve your spot.  This event is co-sponsored by the departments of SOAN, International Affairs, Latin American Studies, and funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

  • Image preview 3:30pm - 5:00pm: Moral Disagreement and the Importance of Meta-Ethics by Joel Martinez (Lewis & Clark College)
    According to moral cognitivists, moral judgments express beliefs and are, thus, truth-apt.  According to moral non-cognitivists, moral judgments do not express beliefs and, thus, are not truth-apt.  Instead, when one makes a moral judgment, one expresses an attitude that is more like an approval or dis-approval.   One common argument for moral non-cognitivism relies on the phenomenon of moral disagreement.   In this paper, I trace the history of the non-cognitivist argument from moral disagreement.  I also raise objections to this argument.   I argue that the non-cognitivist’s explanation of moral disagreement fails to explain how some moral disagreements are genuine disagreements.  Further, I argue that the cognitivist has the resources for a better explanation of moral disagreement than the non-cognitivist.  Since I do not claim to offer a decisive defense of cognitivism, I then consider what evidence would help us make progress in this debate.  I argue that recent, empirically minded philosophers mis-characterize the role that the natural and social sciences should play in solving this and other problems in meta-ethics.   Instead, Philosophy plays a distinctive role in solving meta-ethical disputes and cannot simply rely on the results of the sciences.

March 23rd, 2015

  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions ordinarily take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel, but on February 2nd will be in Rogers 220.  Contact Jeanne Lilly (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information.

March 26th, 2015

  • Image preview 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Meditation
    You are invited to this meditation session in the lower level of the chapel in our beautiful meditation room (Room 112).  This weekly meditation time is designed for everyone, and you are welcome to come whether you are well acquainted with meditation or new to it (or somewhere in between).  Please contact Jeanne Lilly, Contemplative and Spiritual Life Coordinator (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information. 

March 30th, 2015

  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions ordinarily take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel, but on February 2nd will be in Rogers 220.  Contact Jeanne Lilly (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information.

April 2nd, 2015

  • Image preview 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Meditation
    You are invited to this meditation session in the lower level of the chapel in our beautiful meditation room (Room 112).  This weekly meditation time is designed for everyone, and you are welcome to come whether you are well acquainted with meditation or new to it (or somewhere in between).  Please contact Jeanne Lilly, Contemplative and Spiritual Life Coordinator (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information. 

April 3rd, 2015

  • Image preview 12:30pm: Good Friday Prayer and Meditation Service

    This brief Good Friday prayer and meditation service will feature readings from the Bible about the arrest, trial, and crucifixion of Jesus Christ.  There will be time for silent meditation and prayer, and the singing of a traditional Good Friday hymn.  Please contact Mark Duntley (duntley@lclark.edu) for more information.

     

April 5th, 2015

  • Image preview 11:00am: Easter Worship Service
    Come celebrate Easter morning with worship led by Rev. Mark Duntley, Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life. There will be special vocal music, and we will also hear our wonderful Casavant organ played by organist Heidi Kohne.  There will be a coffee, pastry and fruit reception before the service from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM in the Diane Gregg Memorial Pavilion. Please contact Mark Duntley (duntley@lclark.edu) for more information. 

April 6th, 2015

  • All Day: 53rd Annual International Affairs Symposium
    The Lewis & Clark College International Affairs Symposium is one of the most prestigious events within the Oregon academic and civic communities. It has been highly acclaimed by the Wall Street JournalNew York Times, and Chronicle of Higher Education. It is also the oldest student-run symposium in the United States.
    until April 8
  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions ordinarily take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel, but on February 2nd will be in Rogers 220.  Contact Jeanne Lilly (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information.

April 7th, 2015

  • All Day: 53rd Annual International Affairs Symposium
    The Lewis & Clark College International Affairs Symposium is one of the most prestigious events within the Oregon academic and civic communities. It has been highly acclaimed by the Wall Street JournalNew York Times, and Chronicle of Higher Education. It is also the oldest student-run symposium in the United States.
    until April 8
  • Image preview 4:30pm: Who Meditates? Series
    Join us as Lewis & Clark faculty and staff lead us in a meditation or other contemplative activity in the Diane Gregg Pavilion on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.  Contact Jeanne Lilly (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information.

April 8th, 2015

  • All Day: 53rd Annual International Affairs Symposium
    The Lewis & Clark College International Affairs Symposium is one of the most prestigious events within the Oregon academic and civic communities. It has been highly acclaimed by the Wall Street JournalNew York Times, and Chronicle of Higher Education. It is also the oldest student-run symposium in the United States.
  • Image preview 11:00am - 5:00pm: Labyrinth Walk
    This is an opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to engage in the spiritual exercise of walking a labyrinth.  Labyrinth walking is an ancient form of spiritual meditation and contemplation that transcends traditional religious boundaries.  Come and experience the simplicity and peace of this timeless spiritual practice.  Located in the Gregg Pavilion right next to Agnes Flanagan Chapel, you are welcome to come by to walk the labyrinth anytime between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8th.

April 9th, 2015

  • Image preview 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Meditation
    You are invited to this meditation session in the lower level of the chapel in our beautiful meditation room (Room 112).  This weekly meditation time is designed for everyone, and you are welcome to come whether you are well acquainted with meditation or new to it (or somewhere in between).  Please contact Jeanne Lilly, Contemplative and Spiritual Life Coordinator (jlilly@lclark.edu) for more information. 

April 10th, 2015

  • Image preview 8:30pm: Pub Trivia Night
    Think you know a lot? Time to prove it!

    PUB TRIVIA NIGHT
    Friday, April 10th ~ 8:30pm @ Maggie’s

    Awesome prizes for the first place team!
    Compete against all-start teams!
    Featuring Rain the Quizmaster!
    All ages welcome!

    Presented by the Campus Activities Board and the Dean of Students

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