Chronicle Magazine

Featured Stories

Grades & Grapes

Andrew Beckham BA ’98, MAT ’01 balances teaching with winemaking.

Time Travelers

Current students collect oral histories of students past.

Counsel for Creatives

Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts provides legal assistance to Portland’s vibrant arts community.

The Pioneers of City Hall

Lewis & Clark alumni play strategic roles in the fast-paced Portland mayor’s office.

Taking Measure of a Mountain

Students examine the many faces of Mount Fuji.

President's Letter

Sharing What We Know

At Lewis & Clark, sharing our knowledge 
is just one of many ways we are always pioneering.

Alumni News

Making an Artistic Impression

Tracy Schlapp BA ’87

Homecoming and Family Weekend 
Celebrating Pioneer Spirit

Halloween weekend and Homecoming coincided this fall, resulting in a swell of orange and black on campus.


A Chance Encounter, a Roll of the Dice

Professor Curtis Johnson’s new book 
examines the role of chance in Darwin’s work on evolution.


The Timbers Goalkeeper for Digital Media

Brian Costello BA ’96    

The Graduate School’s 30th Anniversary

In 2014, the Graduate School of Education and Counseling celebrated 30 years of preparing teachers and counselors for lives of service. In honor of this landmark event, the graduate school hosted a celebration for alumni, donors, faculty, students, and friends on October 22 in the South Chapel of the graduate school campus. 

San Francisco Black and Orange Party

On October 1, President Barry Glassner joined alumni, parents, and friends for a Black and Orange Party at the Sierra Club headquarters
in San Francisco. Similar events were held in 50+ cities around the globe. Black and Orange Parties are held annually to welcome the incoming class, swap business information, and make new connections. 

Taking a Measure of a Mountain

Students examine the many faces of Mount Fuji during an immersive study program in Japan.