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Please take a moment to review Lewis & Clark’s updated policy for identification cards.If you have a new student ID card without your photo, please plan on having your photo taken and receiving a new card soon. Check out the schedule for your dedicated time!Taking an active role in your own safety is the first step to maintaining a safe campus. Being aware of easily preventable risks, can help keep yourselves, and your peers, safe.What really is COVID-19, and why does the information seem to change? How does this uncertainty impact us at Lewis & Clark, and how do we move forward? Here are some answers to many questions people have regarding COVID-19 and its impact on our community.A wrap up of our series by Campus Safety Officer Adam Ross on our natural neighbors here at Lewis & Clark focuses on the extremely elusive Owls that call our forests home.This is a continuation of the series by Campus Safety Officer Adam Ross looking into some of the fauna that calls Lewis & Clark campus “home.” In the article, I introduce some smaller groups of black-tailed deer that frequent the different campuses.In this series of articles, Campus Safety Officer Adam Ross hopes to introduce you to some of the many creatures that call Lewis & Clark home along with you, and who you may be able to spot yourself, provided we respect their boundaries.Theft
Past EventsOctober 19, 2023
To better prepare for a potential earthquake, all LC community members are invited to participate in the Great Oregon ShakeOut, an annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake safety and preparedness. This year, the ShakeOut will occur on October 19 at 10:19 am.
At precisely 10:19 am, all Lewis & Clark community members will receive the following message:
Urgent LC Alert: *** THIS IS A TEST *** An earthquake is impacting the campus. DROP, COVER & HOLD
Upon receiving this message, we strongly encourage all community members to practice the DROP, COVER & HOLD procedure by taking shelter under a desk or finding the nearest safe location. This practice is crucial for becoming familiar with safety measures and ensuring your desk, classroom, or residence is ready. While it may seem routine, remember that preparedness can make all the difference.
At 10:21 am, all Lewis & Clark community members will receive the following message:
Urgent LC Alert: All clear. The safety drill is complete.
For more information about the earthquake risk and how to prepare, please visit https://www.lclark.edu/offices/emergency/cascadia-earthquake/.May 4, 2023
Please join us for an open house reception at the Office of Campus Safety as we say goodbye to Doug Ross on Thursday May 4, 1–2:30 p.m.April 5, 2023
Sky Greig, our long-time Campus Safety Officer who has worked at Lewis & Clark since July 2004, is leaving the college.