L&C Magazine | Winter 2016
- Audiences entered a fairy-tale world of kings, court ministers, and magicians during the fall production of The King Stag, by 18th-century playwright Carlo Gozzi.
- Jesse Lowes MAT ’11 travels to the Galapagos Islands to invigorate his science classroom at home.
- A new library exhibition—designed largely by students—examines the impact of World War I on the college, the nation, and the world.
- The Small Business Legal Clinic celebrates 10 years of offering low-cost legal services to local entrepreneurs.
- At age 30, C.J. Appleton rebounds from hardship to excel in football, basketball, and academics at Lewis & Clark.
On Palatine Hill
- On December 5, President Barry Glassner hosted the college’s annual holiday reception for alumni and parents in the Diane Gregg Pavilion.
- A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.
- Recap: Warren Symposium
- Pio sports roundup
- Correspondence from readers
- Lewis & Clark Law School and Oregon State University have partnered to create an accelerated 3+3 BA/JD program.
- “We were sneered at and told we wouldn’t amount to anything,” remembers Honore. “The taunting and social isolation were intense.”
- Lewis & Clark’s national profile and strong academic reputation continue to garner the interest of a record number of applicants.
- Professor of Law Janet Steverson is Lewis & Clark’s new dean of diversity and inclusion. She is currently chair of the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion and will begin her new role at the end of the academic year.
- Recap: Environmental Affairs Symposium
Audiences entered a fairy-tale world of kings, court ministers, and magicians during the fall production of The King Stag, by 18th-century playwright Carlo Gozzi. Elaborate costumes, including detailed masks by guest artist Tony Fuemmeler, helped the performance come to life. Stephen Weeks, associate professor of theatre, directed the 13-member cast. More than 25 students provided behind-the-scenes artistic and production support.