On and Off Campus
April 10th, 2019
A World of MADness? The Merits and Limitations of Nuclear Disarmament
The 57th International Affairs Symposium features Ira Helfand and Bharat Karnad, who will be debating on how safe, feasible, or desirable nuclear disarmament is.
Human Rights: Universally Inclusive or Culturally Contextual?
The 57th International Affairs Symposium features Livingstone Sewanyana and Bonny Ibhawoh, who will be debating on whether human rights are universal and encompassing, or a tool used towards perpetuating colonialism.
April 9th, 2019
An Environmentally Sustainable Future in Demand: Can Capitalism Supply it?
The 57th International Affairs Symposium features Dan Dudek and Paavo Järvensivu, who will be debating on whether capitalism can provide the tools to reverse environmental degradation as well as what feasible alternatives can be implemented in the face of climate change.
Private Military Contractors: Terms and Conditions May Apply*
The 57th International Affairs Symposium features Jose L. Gomez del Prado and Molly Dunigan, who will be debating on the ways states should balance the costs and benefits when considering employing Private Military Contractors (PMCs) and whether they are justifiable.
April 8th, 2019
The Populist Disruption: Make Democracy Great Again
The 57th international Affairs symposium features Yascha Mounk and Richard Morales, who will be debating on whether democracy can be fixed by adapting institutions or by rethinking the system altogether.
SOAN Department C3 Speaker Series: Inequality in America: Sociological Reflections on Our Changing World
“Making ‘Model Citizens’: Junior Police, Youth, and Social Control in School” by Mai Thai, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Indiana University-Bloomington
In NGOs We Trust? Determining the Agenda of Foreign-Funded Non-Governmental Organizations
The 57th international Affairs symposium features David J. Kramer and Timothy M. Gill, who will be debating on whether democracy-promoting NGOs are influencers of foreign interests or advocates for civil society.
2019 IA Symposium - Challenges to the Status Quo: A System Unraveling?
The Lewis & Clark College International Affairs Symposium is one of the most prestigious events within the Oregon academic and civic communities. It has been highly acclaimed by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. It is also the oldest student-run symposium in the United States.until April 10
April 7th, 2019
Senior Recital: Rachel Aragaki
The Lewis & Clark College Music Department presents “Go and Come Back” a Senior Degree Horn Recital by Rachel Aragaki on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 7:30pm in Evans Auditorium. This event is FREE to attend.