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    Real Life is an online journal where undergraduate students blog about what it’s like to live, breathe, and study at Lewis & Clark. The Admissions Office has sponsored this journal since 2003. Go

  • law-blogL&C Law School Snapshots tells the tale of students with different backgrounds, interests and observations. They blog about their unique law school experiences. Go

  • shagouryRuth Shagoury, Mary Stuart Rogers professor of education, blogs about literature for children, offering recommendations about favorite books and ideas for instilling in kids a love of reading. Go

  • Bob Miller thumbnailRobert Miller, professor of law, blogs about issues facing indigenous communities, from education to economic development, criminal justice to casinos. Go

  • marty hart-landsbergMartin Hart-Landsberg, professor of economics, blogs about the latest economic trends and news, sifting through countless reports and analyses and offering his insights in plain English. Go

  • imageElla Antell B.A. ’12 blogs about her experiences as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant currently residing in Kaliningrad, Russia.Go

  • imageThe Office of Overseas and Off-Campus Programs hosts this blog as a resource to provide information and advice for students from students. Go

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    The Lewis & Clark Politics blog is a forum for politically interested Lewis & Clark students to ask serious questions about the 2012 presidential election (and politics more generally). Go

  • visual resources centerThe Visual Resources Center at Lewis & Clark links images and ideas through the lens of a liberal arts college. Go

  • swimmingChris Fantz, head swim coach, blogs about his coaching philosophy and why he enjoys working with our  young, smart student athletes. Go

  • tom krattenmaker thumbTom Krattenmaker, associate vice president for public affairs and communications, is a writer specializing in religion in public life. He is the author of the book Onward Christian Athletes. His blog aggregates his columns for USA Today  and other publications. Go

  • Doug Erickson thumbDoug Erickson, head of Special Collections and college archivist, blogs mines the Internet for interesting articles about the book world to present a glimpse into the literary happenings of society. Go

  • Mark Dahl thumbMark Dahl, interim director of Watzek Library, blogs about everything from digital scholarship to evolving catalogs. Go

  • robb shecterRobb Shecter J.D. ’11 created Oregonlaws.org while he was a law student, seeking to increase access to the legal system by publishing accessible legal content and lowering the cost of legal research. The site has grown into Weblaws.org and now includes California codes and an archive of superseded statutes. His blog tracks updates and new features for the site. Go

  • mielMiel (Davis) Hendrickson B.A. ’99 splits her time between Washington D.C. and Africa, where she works on international relief and development projects. Her blog chronicles her travels. Go

  • roxannekohlRoxanne (Kohl) Davidson M.Ed. in School Counseling ’05 blogs and video blogs about bibliotherapy and the healing power of books in childrens’ lives. She reviews contemporary books that help kids through many different issues, offering a great resource for anyone working with children. Go

  • peter ames carlinPeter Ames Carlin B.A. ’85 is the author of critically acclaimed biographies about Paul McCartney and Brian Wilson. He blogs about music, television, and other pop culture news. Go

  • qr_codeThe New Media team blogs about creating and maintaining the Lewis & Clark website and offers news and tips. Go

  • tungyinTung Yin, professor of law, blogs about manifestations of the law in pop culture, as well as politics, sports, and local news. Go

  • zaher wahab thumbnail Zaher Wahab, professor of education, blogs about conditions in Afghanistan, as he devotes six months of service each year to the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education. Go

  • paulstoutonghiPauls Toutonghi, assistant professor of English, blogs about writing, teaching, and current events. Go

  • gretherMorgan S. Grether, web content systems manager, posts photos from around Lewis & Clark, which he thinks is the prettiest campus in the country. Go

  • dohertyThomas Doherty, counseling psychology instructor, blogs about his personal and professional work in the field of ecopsychology, a contemporary movement toward recognizing a connection between mental health and the natural environment. Go

  • clareMary Clare, professor of counseling psychology, blogs about her cross-country journey to document diverse perspectives on the concept of change in America. Go

  • Jack BogdanskiJack Bogdanski, professor of law, blogs about local and national politics, law, the arts, and culture. Go

 

 

 


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