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  • Lewis & Clark’s Green Energy Institute aims to lead western states toward a clean energy transition


  • A new College Outdoors program brings faculty and students together in the classroom of the Pacific Northwest.
  • The graduate school wins a City of Portland grant to fight hate and support victims.

President's Letter

  • With newcomers’ eyes, Alice and I have been marveling at the warmth our community shows every day for each other. We especially want to recognize how kindly and graciously you have welcomed us.
  • The Arsonists: Written by Swiss playwright Max Frisch in 1953, The Arsonists is “partly a domestic farce, partly a Brechtian Lehrstück, partly an absurd comedy, and partly a Greek tragedy,” says Professor of Theatre Štěpán Šimek. Subtitled as a “morality play without a moral,” the play asks a series of questions about the nature of evil. Šimek directed the fall main stage play, which included a 12-member cast and more than 30 students in production support roles. See the full gallery. (Owen Carey)


  • When first-year placekicker Obed Eriza’s 33-yard field goal went through the south uprights at Griswold Stadium on September 30—sealing Lewis & Clark’s 24-21 win over Willamette —the Pioneers launched a frantic search for one of the most prized possessions in Oregon small-college athletics: the Wagon Wheel.

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