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  • Chris Bailey BA ’08 shares his entrepreneurial skills with Latinx start-ups at Portland’s Mercado.

Features

  • What happens when a correctional facility functions as a classroom? Lewis & Clark history students find out firsthand.
  • L&C artists, in collaboration with community partners, create a giant print that tells the stories of the Columbia River and its people.
  • Amy Beacom BA ’94 fights to make supported parental leave a reality for working parents everywhere.

President's Letter

  • For much of my career, I have focused on the relationships between institutions of higher education and the cities in which they’re located. This has been true for my academic work as a sociologist and in my administrative work as a leader of urban public institutions. It is no less true today at Lewis & Clark.
  • Students mingle outside J.R. Howard Hall, where Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE sculpture is on display through the fall. (Sculpture courtesy of The Zarnegin Family Collection. Photo by Robert Reynolds.)

Afterword

  • What would we learn if we studied the impact of homecomers across the country? Could they be the leaders that ease some of the resentment that is dividing our country?

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