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    Campus Market is now available to students, faculty, and staff. This free sharing platform–similar to Craigslist–is exclusively available to the Lewis & Clark community.
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    Heyke Kirkendall-Baker JD ’98 is the new associate vice president of Human Resources. Get to know her in this Q&A.

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    Start your exercise routine today. Classes will run May 16 through June 30 only. 

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    Lewis & Clark is partnering with the nonprofit organization Adelante Mujeres to offer fresh produce grown sustainably on local Latino-owned farms. Secure your order by May 1.
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    On April 24, Heyke Kirkendall-Baker will join the Lewis & Clark community as the Associate Vice President for Human Resources.
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    We are conducting a very brief survey to locate areas we can continue making improvements to in Mail Services, the Print Center and the Switchboard.
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    Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Janet Steverson offers an overview of the most pressing diversity and inclusion efforts underway on campus right now.
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    L&C Unanimously is a series of stories featuring Lewis & Clark faculty and staff donors. Julie Couch has worked as a Campus Safety office for over twenty years. Julie supports Lewis & Clark because of the college’s “commitment to community engagement, sustainability, and the students.”
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    Come join the fun, meet new people from across the campuses and start getting healthier today.
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    During the week of Jan. 30, Lewis & Clark Athletics invite Faculty and Staff to explore the Pamplin Sports Center and other athletic facilities, as well as learn how the department is Building ChamPIOns with our over 350 student-athletes.
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    L&C Unanimously is a series of stories featuring Lewis & Clark faculty and staff donors. Susan Mandiberg has taught on Lewis & Clark’s Law campus for 37 years. Susan’s goal in working with students is to “ensure that our graduates will practice law with knowledge, integrity, and sensitivity to the diverse needs of our changing society.
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    Holiday Greetings from Lewis & Clark! Watch this video for inspiration this holiday season and throughout the new year.
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    In January 2017, Transportation and Parking is offering a free month trial to give commuters a chance to check out the park-and-ride lot.
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    Please join the community effort and bring a smile to someone’s face this holiday season. Donation bins are located at various locations around campus.
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    We, the undersigned, want to assure all members in our community in the strongest possible terms that we reject attacks against, discrimination against, and targeting of individuals and groups based on their identity. We are committed to engaging in meaningful conversations, building bridges, and doing the work necessary to create a learning environment where all are safe to explore the tough ideas and to have the sometimes awkward conversations necessary to growth.
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    Weekly Wellness - Know Your Benefits
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    The CARE committee has counted the votes and is happy to announce the winners of the 2016 Halloween costume contest.
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    Please join the National Lawyers Guild for the Why Race Matters Series. This is an annual set of events intended to spur honest conversation and reflection about the enduring relevance of race and racism in the law and society, and in our daily lives.
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    Weekly Wellness - Election Year Stress Relief
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    L&C Unanimously is a series of stories featuring Lewis & Clark faculty and staff donors.Terri Banasek began her position as the Executive Assistant to the Dean of the College in 2000. Terri’s favorite part about working at Lewis & Clark is “the people, without a doubt. It would be impossible to find a more dedicated, hard-working, caring group of people.”