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October 19th, 2014

  • All Day: Socrates: A Conference in Honor of Nicholas D. Smith

    Please join the departments of Philosophy and Classics in honoring Nicholas D. Smith, the James F. Miller Professor of Humanities. Socrates: A Conference brings scholars from across the country who have been influenced by Professor Smith’s scholarly work in epistemology, ancient philosophy, and classical studies, especially his work on Socrates. The conference is free and open to the public.

    Please register for the conference HERE.

     

    Here is the schedule for the conference.

October 20th, 2014

  • Image preview 11:00am - 2:00pm: Zipcar Information
    Lewis & Clark students, faculty, and staff join for only $15 (thanks to Ford!)

    Stop by the Zipcar information table to learn more about Zipcar and how you can become a member.
  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel.

October 21st, 2014

  • Image preview 4:00pm: Meditation in the Hoffman Gallery
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the Hoffman Gallery where “Clearing” an experiential exhibition by Dana Lynn Lewis is showing.
  • Image preview 7:00pm: Buddhist Group
    Buddhist Group serves as a resource for the wider Lewis & Clark community to learn about Buddhism. Come and join us on Tuesday at 7pm in the Chapel Conference room in the lower level of the chapel.
  • Image preview 8:00pm: James W. Rogers Concert - Arranging the Cosmos
    The Lewis & Clark Department of Music presents its annual James W. Rogers Concert in memory of a beloved musical alumnus. This year’s theme will be Arranging the Cosmosfeaturing performances by Lewis & Clark faculty and students. Free admission with reception to follow performance. For more information, please call 503-768-7751.

October 22nd, 2014

October 23rd, 2014

  • Image preview 3:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the beautiful meditation room (Room 112) in the lower level of Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
  • Image preview 5:30pm: A Fiction Reading with Alexis Smith
    The English department is delighted to welcome author Alexis Smith. Her first novel, Glaciers, was published by Tin House Books. Her second novel, Islands, is forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin.
  • Image preview 6:00pm: Historical Project Runway
    Please join the History Department in this exciting and entertaining event! Come strut your stuff (historical style), on the runway whether you are a major or non-major.  To compete in the designing competition, please email juliaduerst@lclark.edu with a team of 3 and submit the names of your team members as well as a team name.
  • Image preview 7:00pm: A Place at the Table: One Nation Underfed
    A special screening and student-led discussion of the award-winning documentary “A Place at the Table: One Nation Underfed” in the Council Chamber. Come learn about the most important food problem in America: Hunger.  After the movie and discussion there will be a call to action.

October 25th, 2014

  • Image preview 7:00pm: An Evening with Bill Nye The Science Guy

    Tickets for An Evening with Bill the Science Guy in the Pamplin Sports Center are now SOLD OUT. A free simulcast of An Evening with Bill Nye the Science Guy will be shown in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel. Tickets are not required for the simulcast.

    Bill Nye — scientist, engineer, comedian, author, and inventor—will bring his special brand of pop culture science literacy to Portland on Saturday, October 25 at 7 p.m. at the Pamplin Sports Center at Lewis & Clark, 0615 SW Palatine Hill Road. The event is open to public; doors open at 6 p.m.

    At the event, Nye will delve into his early history, the importance of science education, and inspiring others to change the world through it. Nye has worked to make science entertaining and accessible for most of his life. He initially discovered a talent for tutoring in high school, and spent afternoons and summers demystifying math for his fellow students.

October 27th, 2014

  • Image preview 11:00am - 9:00pm: Labyrinth Walk
    This is an opportunity for you 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.
  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel.

October 28th, 2014

  • Image preview 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Bookwarming: Darwin’s Dice, by Prof. Curtis Johnson
    Join the L&C Bookstore around the fireplace for a bookwarming event for Professor of Government, Curtis Johnson! Johnson will discuss his new book, Darwin’s Dice, with time for questions and dialogue.
    Cookies and coffee will be provided!
  • Image preview 4:00pm: Meditation in the Hoffman Gallery
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the Hoffman Gallery where “Clearing” an experiential exhibition by Dana Lynn Lewis is showing.
  • Image preview 5:00pm - 6:00pm: The R Factor: The Secret to Turning a Liberal Arts Degree into Gold

    A Talk:  The R Factor: The Secret to Turning a Liberal Arts Degree into Gold

    Jay Heinrichs is the author of the bestselling book Thank You for Arguing: What Aristotle, Lincoln, and Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About the Art of Persuasion

  • Image preview 7:00pm: Buddhist Group
    Buddhist Group serves as a resource for the wider Lewis & Clark community to learn about Buddhism. Come and join us on Tuesday at 7pm in the Chapel Conference room in the lower level of the chapel.

October 29th, 2014

October 30th, 2014

  • Image preview 3:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the beautiful meditation room (Room 112) in the lower level of Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
  • Image preview 6:00pm: A Poetry Reading with Henry Carlile
    Please join the English department for an evening of poetry with Henry Carlile, who will read from his most recent publication, Oregon.  Refreshments will be provided.

October 31st, 2014

  • Image preview All Day: Homecoming & Family Weekend

    Celebrate with families, alumni, and students this fall. Cheer on the Pios at the Homecoming game. Experience student performances and art. Expand your knowledge with distinguished faculty during Pioneer College.

    until November 2
  • Image preview 3:00pm: Escribir en Cuba en el silo XXI (Writing in Cuba in the 21st Century) by Leonardo Padura
    Please join us for a lecture by renowned novelist Leonardo Padura. The lecture will be given in Spanish with a simultaneous English interpretation. This event is sponsored by Lewis & Clark Colleges’ Departments of History, Hispanic Studies, Latin American Studies, Latino and Iberian Studies Association (LALISA), and the NEH Arts and Lectures Fund.

November 1st, 2014

  • Image preview All Day: Homecoming & Family Weekend

    Celebrate with families, alumni, and students this fall. Cheer on the Pios at the Homecoming game. Experience student performances and art. Expand your knowledge with distinguished faculty during Pioneer College.

    until November 2

November 2nd, 2014

  • Image preview All Day: Homecoming & Family Weekend

    Celebrate with families, alumni, and students this fall. Cheer on the Pios at the Homecoming game. Experience student performances and art. Expand your knowledge with distinguished faculty during Pioneer College.

November 3rd, 2014

  • Image preview 4:30pm: Meditation
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the beautiful balcony of the South Campus Chapel.
  • Image preview 6:00pm - 7:30pm: MAT Info Session
    Do you want to be a teacher? Come to an MAT Info Session!

November 4th, 2014

  • Image preview 3:30pm: “A Religion of Convenience: The Universal Life Church, Contemporary Weddings, and the Secular Sacred” - Dusty Hoesly CAS ’02
    Major national news outlets have observed that weddings in the United States, especially for young educated people, are increasingly performed by ministers who are friends or relatives of the couple and who become ordained online just for that purpose. The primary organization licensing these ministers, and thus authorizing these weddings as legally valid, is the Universal Life Church (ULC), which has ordained over 20 million people since 1962. To date, there has been no focused study of the ULC or weddings conducted under its auspices. According to my initial research findings, both ULC ministers and the couples who use them self-describe as non-religious, usually as agnostic, atheist, apathetic, secular, or spiritual. Similarly, they describe their weddings in non-religious terms, emphasizing the personalization of the ceremony to match their particular beliefs and tastes as well as the conscious exclusion of most religious language. These secular or spiritual wedding ceremonies reveal non-religious couples’ desires for an alternative apart from bureaucratic civil ceremonies or traditional religious rites. Using original archival, survey, interview, and participant observation data, mostly based in California and the Pacific Northwest, this paper explores why “secular” people employ ULC-ordained ministers for their weddings, and how ULC ministers and couples married by them label and valuate their “non-religious,” personalized wedding ceremonies. My examination of ULC weddings reveals not only the diversity of non-theistic self-identification and lifecycle ritualization, but also how constructs such as religious and secular can be co-constitutive rather than oppositional.
  • Image preview 4:00pm: Meditation in the Hoffman Gallery
    All students welcome!  No experience with meditation is necessary.  These weekly meditation sessions take place in the Hoffman Gallery where “Clearing” an experiential exhibition by Dana Lynn Lewis is showing.

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