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Class of 1972

    • 02/01/2018

      Tina Shalizi BA ’71, MAT ’72 worked with deaf students in Southern California and New Mexico after graduating from L&C. She found it a rewarding and challenging experience. Following her retirement from special education, Shalizi was fortunate to work as the director of alumni and parent relations at St. John’s College in Santa Fe. She says she had the opportunity to work with some amazing young people. Along the way, she was also a volunteer firefighter/medic, as well as a judge for women’s gymnastics. She has one daughter, who lives in Southern California and is a fashion designer. Now fully retired, Shalizi and her husband have traveled to Peru, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and southern Africa. In her free time, she enjoys tennis, hiking, and Pilates.

    • 11/30/2019

      Beth Case Warters BA ’72 celebrated a 50-year reunion in October 2019 with her Lewis & Clark roommates, Mary Lindahl Ruhl BA ’72 and Cathy Ramsey Quackenbush BS ’71. Warters and Ruhl traveled from the West Coast to join Quackenbush at her home in Boston, where they got caught up on the last five decades while touring museums and historical sites. Next, the trio visited Quechee, Vermont, to hike and take in the fall foliage. “We discovered that the shared values and interests that brought us together at Lewis & Clark and to Israel to study made for a wonderful shared experience 50 years later,” writes Warters. “We all three came away feeling blessed and amazed.”

    • 11/22/2017

      David E. Heuck BA ’72, November 21, 2017, age 67.

    • 11/30/2019

      Mary Lindahl Ruhl BA ’72 celebrated a 50-year reunion in October 2019 with her Lewis & Clark roommates, Beth Case Warters BA ’72 and Cathy Ramsey Quackenbush BS ’71. Warters and Ruhl traveled from the West Coast to join Quackenbush at her home in Boston, where they caught up on the last five decades while touring museums and historical sites. Next, the trio visited Quechee, Vermont, to hike and take in the fall foliage. “We discovered that the shared values and interests that brought us together at Lewis & Clark and to Israel to study made for a wonderful shared experience 50 years later,” writes Warters. “We all three came away feeling blessed and amazed.”

    • 08/16/2019

      Cal Scott BA ’72 and fellow musician Richard Moore BS ’71 performed in fall 2019 at Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend, Washington. After meeting at Lewis & Clark, Scott and Moore each pursued careers in music, with their paths frequently crossing. Scott is a composer, band leader, and multi-instrumentalist. He served as musical director for the Trail Band for more than 25 years.