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The King Stag

Audiences entered a fairy-tale world of kings, court ministers, and magicians during the fall production of The King Stag, by 18th-century playwright Carlo Gozzi.

Eco Explorer, Eco Educator

Jesse Lowes MAT. ’11 travels to the Galapagos Islands to invigorate his science classroom at home.

Game Changer

At age 30, C.J. Appleton rebounds from hardship to excel in football, basketball, and academics at Lewis & Clark.

A Decade of Serving Small Businesses

The Small Business Legal Clinic celebrates 10 years of offering low-cost legal services to local entrepreneurs.

The Great War 100 Years Later

A new library exhibition—designed largely by students—examines the impact of World War I on the college, the nation, and the world.

President's Letter

Meeting Challenges

The beginning of the new year and spring semester provides an ideal opportunity for reflection and renewal. At Lewis & Clark, we look back with pride on recent accomplishments and look ahead with resolve to the work that lies before us.

Alumni News

Lewis & Clark to Host Alumni Awards

Each year, the Lewis & Clark Board of Alumni honors members of the College of Arts and Sciences community for their outstanding accomplishments and service.

Celebrating Pioneer Spirit

Homecoming and Family Weekend

Profiles

Catching the Snowboard Wave

Pete Wurster BA ’95

Going Organic Before It Was Cool

Harry MacCormack BA ’64

Galleries

The King Stag

Audiences entered a fairy-tale world of kings, court ministers, and magicians during the fall production of The King Stag, by 18th-century playwright Carlo Gozzi. Elaborate costumes, including detailed masks by guest artist Tony Fuemmeler, helped the performance come to life. Stephen Weeks, associate professor of theatre, directed the 13-member cast. More than 25 students provided behind-the-scenes artistic and production support.