L&C Magazine | Fall 2021
- It’s the people of Lewis & Clark who make it a community like no other. At the close of the past academic year, Lewis & Clark bid farewell to five longtime faculty and staff who have touched generations of students.
Paloma González BA ’04 works to diversify the U.S. Foreign Service at home and abroad.
- Lewis & Clark has long been recognized as having one of the most beautiful campuses in America. Earlier this year, we asked the college’s Instagram followers to pick their favorite places on campus. We drew inspiration from the NCAA March Madness brackets. Do you agree with the results? Let us know at email@example.com.
The students are back, excited for a new year. I am particularly delighted to see them after 18 months of online or hybrid education forced on us by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Palatine Hill
- COMPUTER SCIENCE
- Lewis & Clark added a New Student Trip this fall, “Creative PDX: Exploring the Arts in Portland.” This program gave first-year students the opportunity to get to know the Portland arts scene, experience live performances, and connect with on-campus arts opportunities.
Last spring, first-year competitors in men’s track and field and softball achieved national recognition and etched their names in the Lewis & Clark record books.
- SPIRITUAL LIFE
- Jason Stanford BA ’92 coauthors a modern reassessment of a legendary Texas battle.
- Jake Greenberg BA ’79 expresses his love of food through artisan specialty products.
- Mila Wolpert BA ’19 puts her history and language skills to work in Europe.
- A Pio-led band brings its unique sound to Africa.