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Howard Hall Joins the Academic Quad

Over winter break, more than 50 faculty and staff members moved into John R. Howard Hall, located at the heart of the academic campus.

Taking the Next Step

With the introduction of its first doctoral program, Lewis & Clark takes a bold step toward advancing education throughout the region.

A New Eye on the Sky

With the addition of the Sherman Fairchild Foundation Telescope, Lewis & Clark’s astronomy program reaches new heights.

Postcards From a New President

Meet Tom Hochstettler and His Family

Alumni News

Cooper Gives to Massengale Scholarship

Dan Cooper ’79 spent 1980 through 1985 hiking the continental Divide from Mexico to the Bering Strait, becoming the first person known to have made that trek in modern history. 

Alumni Weekend 2004 Highlights

With more than 200 alumni milling about campus, Alumni Weekend 2004 was a great success. 

Profiles

Randy Massengale ’78

Randy Massengale ’78

Outstanding Alumni Honored

The College of Arts and Sciences recognized three alumni for their outstanding achievements and community service at the annual Alumni Honors Banquet in September.

Ken Lewis ’67

Ken Lewis ’67

Bicycling the Lewis and Clark Trail

Mary Kay Britton ’62