L&C Magazine | Summer 2010

Featured Stories

  • A Weekend in Portland

    Lewis & Clark alumni help create the city’s unique vibe.
  • The Hands of Vrindavan

    Katie Walter BA ’09 makes a positive difference for others by starting a women’s artisan collective.
  • Honoring York

    Lewis & Clark’s newest public sculpture honors a neglected member of the Corps of Discovery.  
  • Addiction and Mental Health

    By Abby Haight
    Many clients in treatment for mental health issues are also battling addiction. Are their counselors prepared to help?
  • In Sickness and in Health

    Professor Daena Goldsmith BS ’86 (right) studies communication in couples dealing with a chronic health condition such as heart disease, cancer, or HIV.

President's Letter

A Win-Win for Lewis & Clark

To slightly rephrase an old expression, “Good things come to good colleges.” Lewis & Clark has enjoyed two fortunate developments during the past year.

On Palatine Hill

  • PILP Turns 20

    This spring the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) at Lewis & Clark Law School celebrated a milestone when it held its 20th annual fund-raising auction.
  • Students Earn Top Honors, Awards

    Last spring, several Lewis & Clark undergraduates and young alumni garnered national awards for their academic achievements, winning two Goldwater Scholarships and seven Fulbright grants to further their education and research.
  • Cultural Commentator Barry Glassner Named 24th President

    After a year-long search, Lewis & Clark’s Board of Trustees has named Barry Glassner, PhD, a noted cultural commentator and the executive vice provost at the University of Southern California, the college’s 24th president.
  • A Shout-Out for Campus Beauty, Overseas Study

    In the recently released 2011 edition of the Princeton Review’s The Best 373 Colleges, Lewis & Clark ranked second in the category of “most beautiful campus” and 15th in “most popular study abroad program.” The rankings are based entirely on student surveys.
  • Fulfilling the Vision for Flanagan Chapel

    This summer, Lewis & Clark began construction of the new Diane Gregg Memorial Pavilion and the renovation of Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
  • Pio Sports

    Highlights: Men’s Rowing, Track and Field, Softball and Baseball, Tennis and Golf
  • Ratte Winner to Pursue Pediatric Medicine

    Whether she is conducting computational chemistry research or volunteering with pediatric kidney disease patients, Marie Lafortune BA ’10 never loses track of the importance of her work.

Alumni News

Cyborg Anthropology: Where Human and Machine Intersect

“I had a crazy goal to speak at MIT before the age of 27,” Case says. “I got the chance six months after graduating from Lewis & Clark.”


In Memoriam

Friends of Lewis & Clark Remembered

Friends of Lewis & Clark Remembered

Friends of Lewis & Clark Remembered

Reverend Laing Sibbet, former Lewis & Clark trustee, Morgan Sayre Odell