L&C Magazine | Summer 2005

Featured Stories

On Palatine Hill

  • Treewalk Dedication

    On May 7, the College dedicated the Professor Evan T. Williams Memorial Tree Walk in honor of Williams, professor of chemistry and founder and chair of the Environmental Studies Program. 
  • That’s a Wrap

    Annie van Thillo ’05, a theatre major, helped Lewis & Clark wrap up the 2004-05 academic year on a colorful note when she draped the campus in fabric for her senior thesis project.
  • Hochstettler Inaugurated as Lewis & Clark’s 23rd President

    The traditional Zulu song “Siyahamba” and the “Alleluia” from Johann Sebastian Bach’s motet Lobet den Herrn marked Thomas J. Hochstettler’s inauguration as the College’s 23rd president on March 6, 2005.
  • Cortell Named Teacher of the Year

    Students selected Andrew Cortell, assistant professor of international affairs, as Lewis & Clark’s Teacher of the Year for 2005. 
  • Scholarship Recognition Luncheon

    On March 15, about 60 donors joined appreciative students and staff for the annual Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. 
  • Environmental Leadership

    Lewis & Clark College took another step in environmental leadership when it became the first Oregon college to sign the international Talloires Declaration of the Association of University Leaders for a Sustainable Future. 
  • Faculty Retirees

    At the end of the academic year, Lewis & Clark bade farewell to several faculty members who have enriched the community with their teaching, scholarship, and creativity. 
  • Go Pios!

    Go Pios!
  • Meet the New Dean

    Julio de Paula, professor of chemistry and director of the Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center at Haverford College, is the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Lewis & Clark. He took up his post on August 1.
  • Celebrations of Landmark Years

    Business Law’s 10th and Environmental Law’s 35th Anniversaries
  • Physics Week Serves Pi(e)

    You can have your pi and eat it too. 

Alumni News

Legacy Reception

Legacy Reception

Heed the Call

Heed the Call

New Board Invigorates Albany Society

New Board Invigorates Albany Society

1955 Golden Reunion

1955 Golden Reunion

Featured Alumni

The College recently launched a new Web site to showcase alumni who are making an impact on local, national, and international communities. To view the site, or to suggest an alum for inclusion, click here.