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Featured Stories

Foreign Exchange

How Lewis & Clark’s Cuban connections—and global-minded students—brought a world-class exhibition to the Hoffman Gallery.

And Justice for All

Lewis & Clark’s newest legal clinic offers law students a unique opportunity to work at the intersection of advocacy and criminal law reform.

Front-Page History

In their careers as international journalists, Lewis & Clark alumni often capture the first draft of history as events unfold.

Discovering Berlin

Lewis & Clark launches its first overseas study program to Berlin, with a special focus on attracting science students.

President's Letter

Relevant Measures

In the constellation of metrics used to evaluate colleges, the following three carry significant weight: stellar academics, value relative to cost, strong career prospects for graduates. Any president whose school earns recognition on any one of these measures would be proud to spread the word. I’m fortunate to be able to share the news about all three.

Alumni News

Two for Forbes 30 Under 30

Two Lewis & Clark alumni were recently named to Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 list

Profiles

Manta Man

Keller Laros BS ’85

Galleries

Foreign Exchange

How Lewis & Clark’s Cuban connections—and global-minded students—brought a world-class exhibition to the Hoffman Gallery.

Exploring German Culture

A collection of student-submitted photos.

On The Road

Lewis & Clark Events in Washington, D.C., and Orange CountyThis spring, representatives from Lewis & Clark traveled east and west to meet with alumni, parents, and admitted and prospective students. On February 3, Washington, D.C., guests enjoyed a presentation about art and the environment by Dawn Odell, associate professor of art history. President Barry Glassner and his wife, Betsy Amster, also attended. On April 16, Lewis & Clark hosted a brunch in Orange County, California, with President Glassner providing updates on the college.

Game, Set, Match

Tennis Champions For the first time in more than 35 years, the Lewis & Clark Pioneers are conference champions in women’s tennis. On April 24, the team delivered a 5-2 win over Whitman College at the Lewis & Clark Tennis Dome to win the Northwest Conference Championship and qualify for the NCAA Championship tournament. “All the hard work that the players have put in—in the classroom and the weight room and the early morning workouts—it all paid off with a title,” says Head Tennis Coach Patrick Dreves, who has been named NWC Coach of the Year. “They’ve been working at it since they were little kids.”