Chronicle Magazine

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No Time to Waste

Former Nike communications director Lee Weinstein BA ’81 thinks everyone should have an Intentional Life Plan.

Breaking the Constitution

Professor Ozan Varol asks law students to find ways to strengthen U.S. democracy by first undermining it.

The Dividends of Divestment

Lewis & Clark makes the landmark decision to divest from fossil fuels.

As Ever, Jane

L&C bids a fond farewell to Vice President and Provost Jane Atkinson.

President's Letter

What to Do When Provoked

With a nod to Bob Dylan, when it comes to free speech issues and protests on college campuses these days, you don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows: in every direction, and at gale force.

Profiles

Law School Alumni Diversify the Oregon Bench

Five Lewis & Clark Law School alumni—all people of color—were appointed as judges in late 2017 and early 2018 by Oregon Governor Kate Brown JD ’85.

On the Go With Amazon

Andrea Dean BA ’17

2017 Oregon Social Studies Elementary Teachers of the Year

Abby Rotwein MAT ’12 and Elissa Dingus BA ’07, MAT ’11

Hester Turner’s streak continues!

Turner, now age 101, has met every Lewis & Clark president who has served on Palatine Hill.

B-Side Book Club on KGW

In January, B-Side Book Club, an a cappella group composed mostly of Lewis & Clark alumni, performed on KGW-TV’s “Mic Check” in Portland.

Galleries

Scholarship Recognition Luncheon

On April 3, over 125 students, donors, and friends attended the Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. More than 90 percent of Lewis & Clark undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance to attend the college. Photos by Brian Foulkes.

New York City Event

This spring, Lewis & Clark hosted a series of special gatherings around the country for alumni, parents, and friends of the college. Guests met new president Wim Wiewel and celebrated the college’s 150th anniversary while looking to the future. On January 29, Lewis & Clark headed to the Big Apple, holding an evening reception at the New York Times Building. Photos by Arnold Adler.

International Fair 2018

Music, dance, food, and fun greeted attendees of the 53rd annual International Fair. Presented by the International Students of Lewis & Clark, the event is designed to celebrate the many cultures and nationalities represented at the college. This year’s fair, titled Beyond the Wall: Breaking Down Cultural Stereotypes, offered expanded programming, including documentary film screenings and a world language poetry night.

Photos by Nina Johnson