L&C Magazine | Spring 2016
- Lewis & Clark’s newest legal clinic offers law students a unique opportunity to work at the intersection of advocacy and criminal law reform.
- In their careers as international journalists, Lewis & Clark alumni often capture the first draft of history as events unfold.
- Lewis & Clark launches its first overseas study program to Berlin, with a special focus on attracting science students.
- How Lewis & Clark’s Cuban connections—and global-minded students—brought a world-class exhibition to the Hoffman Gallery.
In the constellation of metrics used to evaluate colleges, the following three carry significant weight: stellar academics, value relative to cost, strong career prospects for graduates. Any president whose school earns recognition on any one of these measures would be proud to spread the word. I’m fortunate to be able to share the news about all three.
On Palatine Hill
- Spring Symposia
- It’s been a very good year for sophomore Jacob Wisda, a member of Lewis & Clark’s highly competitive speech and debate team.
- LC Day of Giving
- This spring, the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School became the first recipient of the international TIR Animal Law Award for outstanding achievements in the field of animal law.
- Inspired by Appleton
- In late April, Josh Walter became Lewis & Clark’s new vice president for institutional advancement.
- For the first time in more than 35 years, the Lewis & Clark Pioneers are conference champions in women’s tennis.
- The Garrison sisters help lead women’s tennis to victory
- This fall, Lewis & Clark will launch three new LLCs
- The Peace Corps recently named Lewis & Clark one of the top 25 small undergraduate colleges on the agency’s list of 2016 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities.
- On April 15, Lewis & Clark hosted the Festival of Scholars, an event designed to showcase student research, performance, and art from across the curriculum.
Lewis & Clark College is one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking a meaningful education with great career preparation at an affordable price, according to The Princeton Review in its newly released edition of Colleges That Pay You Back.
- A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.