Summer 2009 Issue Katherine FitzGibbon, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, is an inspiring evangelist for Lewis & Clark’s vocal music program. She’s building on some of the traditions of her predecessors while starting a few new traditions of her own.Read the story
G.B. Arrington BA ’72 is a pioneer in light rail and other transit projects.
Summer 2009 Issue Katherine FitzGibbon, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, is an inspiring evangelist for Lewis & Clark’s vocal music program. She’s building on some of the traditions of her predecessors while starting a few new traditions of her own.
The International Environmental Law Project tackles some of today’s most challenging global legal issues.
Professor Zaher Wahab travels to war-torn Afghanistan to help rebuild higher education.
President Thomas Hochstettler shares his thoughts on his journey to and from Lewis & Clark College.
On Palatine Hill
Nena Baker BA ‘81 writes an eye-opening book on the implications of chemical contaminants accumulating in our bodies.
by Barbara Schuetze
by Barbara Schuetze
As a 21-year-old in the summer of 1942, Jeanne Holm BA ‘49 shouted louder than anyone in basic training. Nicknamed “Junior,” she was the youngest enlistee in the new Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, the first enlisted women recruited for World War II.
Advancing Leadership for Equity in Oregon Schools
Through education, negotiation, and a wide-open-door policy, Victoria Blackwell JD ’92 has established the benefits of a corporate brand and trademark protections that complement the mom-and-pop flavor of neighborhood stores, where owners know their customers by name and can tailor local promotions to fit their needs.
During his undergraduate days, Dutch Mandel drove a ‘65 Ford Mustang notchback along the twisty two-lane roads between Lewis & Clark in Portland and his home in Reno. He vividly remembers the metallic blue coupe, which sported a black vinyl top, bucket seats, a three-speed automatic transmission, and a powerful V-8 engine.
Robert B. Pamplin Sr., Lewis & Clark life trustee who had served as board chair twice during his long association with the college, died June 24 at his home in Portland.
“The face of Anchorage is changing,” says Elizabeth “Liz” Posey BA ’03, president of the Anchorage Urban League Young Professionals. Nearly 120 languages are spoken in the Anchorage School District. Diverse cultures–including Hmong, Lao, Samoan, Tongan, Dominican, African American, Alaska Native, and Sudanese–continue to grow in representation as word of the city’s acceptance and opportunity gets out.
I am based in Gaborone, Botswana. Even though Gaborone is the capital city, it feels like a town in this country of only 1.7 million people. Speeding along its busy roads, I see herds of goats waiting to cross at traffic signals and cows grazing on sparse patches of grass.Read the story