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Morgan Stone Grether

Director of New Media

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“I oversee all the Lewis & Clark public webpages, and I can help you with anything web-related.  Questions/comments? Email me at grether@lclark.edu.”

Web vision:

  • All content is easily accessible to anyone who needs it
  • Content-mangers can easily maintain their sites and have the best tools to tell their stories
  • 100% uptime

Morgan started working for the Office of Public Affairs and Communications in October 2008 (and has been at Lewis & Clark since August 2007). He is the director of new media, meaning among other things he is your liaison to LiveWhale. 

Morgan grew up in Kansas and Idaho, and he has since lived in Louisiana, California, Florida, France, and Spain, among other places… but he is ecstatic to call Milwaukie, Oregon, home now. You can often finding him strolling down the Springwater Corridor with his family. If he is not there, you could try the Columbia Gorge… Or San Francisco… Or Turkey… 

He thinks that no other school in the country has a prettier campus than Lewis & Clark. Check out some of his campus photos:

Palatine Hill Blog Feed

  • December 13, 2017 at 6:59am


    Living in Oregon means no editing is needed. — I dreamt of Crater Lake this morning, so here’s a #tb of that amazing place a few autumns ago, taken with an iPhone a few iPhones ago. #noedit (at Crater Lake National Park)

  • December 12, 2017 at 7:04am


    From a tiny seed, huge trees can grow. — see more from Crystal Springs Garden on my blog grethershot.com (at Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden)

  • December 11, 2017 at 6:04pm


    These final days of autumn are sure seeming like winter to moi. ❄️ (at Milwaukie, Oregon)

  • December 10, 2017 at 9:39am


    Winterlong (at Milwaukie, Oregon)

  • December 9, 2017 at 5:19pm


    I wonder when space aliens arrive, do they think fungi or algae are the dominant species here on earth? Maybe houseflies?? (at Milwaukie, Oregon)

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