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  • May 20
    In January, Lewis & Clark announced the naming of Todd Lochner as the new Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Associate Professor of Government.
  • May 17
    In honor of Alumni Weekend 2019 (June 20–24), we scoured past issues of the Pioneer Log student newspaper to highlight a few events from the spring semester of decades past.
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  • May 17
    Chana Cox, senior lecturer emerita in the humanities, died March 2, 2019.
  • May 17
    Devin Owen BA ’14
  • Katy Davidson
    May 17
    Katy Davidson BA ’99
  • Bobby Tichenor JD ’80
    May 17
    Bobby Tichenor JD ’80
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  • May 17
    On February 6, alumni, parents, and friends of Lewis & Clark enjoyed an evening with President Wim Wiewel at the Kahala Hotel in Honolulu. Attendees also congratulated recently admitted students from the area who attended
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    May 17
    On April 2, over 120 students, donors, and friends attended the Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. More than 90 percent of Lewis & Clark undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance to attend the college.
  • Chris and Mardra Jay with Moises Rios, a graduate student in professional mental health counselin...
    May 17
  • May 17
    In the style of the Oscars—complete with an orange carpet—Lewis & Clark presented the 2019 ELCYS (Excellence in Lewis & Clark’s Year of Sports) awards on May 2. The awards honor the best performances of student-athletes during the 2018–19 season.
  • May 17
    This spring, the Lewis & Clark Pioneers celebrated the unique honor of having three first-year student-athletes selected as Northwest Conference Freshman of the Year in their respective sports.
  • May 17
    Lewis & Clark celebrated the many cultures and nationalities represented on campus during its 54th annual International Fair, held March 2.
  • Professor of Music and Director of Musicology Eleonora Beck has
    May 17
    As a member of the LBGTQ community and an Italian citizen, James W. Rogers Professor of Music and Director of Musicology Eleonora Beck has defined, and defended, her identity throughout her lifetime.
  • May 17
    The fifth annual Middle East and North Africa Symposium, the college’s youngest symposium, was held in early March. This year’s theme was Illustrating Narratives: The Intersection of Art and History.
  • Keynote speaker Anna Guevarra (center) with (from left) Kim Brodkin, associate professor with ter...
    May 17
    The 38th annual Gender Studies Symposium, held in March, approached the theme of care from a variety of perspectives: self-care, domestic care work, paid and unpaid care labor, bodily autonomy, medical care, and care as a form of resistance.
  • What’s it like to view a Nobel Peace Prize medal in person? Lewis & Clark students foun...
    May 17
    In April, Lewis & Clark hosted its 57th International Affairs Symposium, titled Challenges to the Status Quo: A System Unraveling? It was designed to explore the forces that are defying widely accepted norms and institutions worldwide.
  • Aaron Lutz BA ’22 and Ally Knighton BA ’21
    May 17
    Lewis & Clark has been competing in individual speech events for more than 50 years, but the program has never had a student win a national championship in an individual speech event
  • From left: Niels Marquardt BA ’75, former Rwandan Peace Corps volunteer, four-time ambassad...
    May 17
    To commemorate the 1994 genocide in Rwanda—and to focus efforts on moving forward and rebuilding—Rwandans observe Kwibuka, a period of mourning and remembrance.
  • Ruth Carter demonstrates the Wakanda salute from the movie Black Panther with L&C’s Inc...
    May 17
    Ruth Carter made history at the 2019 Academy Awards as the first African American woman to win the Oscar for Best Costume Design for her work on the blockbuster film Black Panther.
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    Lewis & Clark offers multiple pathways to academic and professional success. This spring, the College of Arts and Sciences organized these pathways under a new umbrella called the 4-5-6 commitment.
  • May 14
    Lewis & Clark’s Ecopsychology Program draws on the healing power of the outdoors to enhance mental health.
  • Brie Bridegum JD ’12
    May 14
    Brie Bridegum JD ’12 is the inaugural expert in residence at the Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership at Lewis & Clark.
  • President Wim Wiewel
    May 14
    In February, while attending the 2019 Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit, I joined fellow college and university presidents in a public call to accelerate progress in solving climate change.
  • May 14
    Students from Nanomaterials Chemistry share their dramatic electron microscope images.
  • May 14
    As part of a new community partnership, law students provide legal assistance to Portland’s homeless youth.
  • May 14
    Lewis & Clark’s Ecopsychology Program draws on the healing power of the outdoors to enhance mental health.

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    On February 6, alumni, parents, and friends of Lewis & Clark enjoyed an evening with President Wim Wiewel at the Kahala Hotel in Honolulu. Attendees also congratulated recently admitted students from the area who attended with their parents.
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    On April 2, over 120 students, donors, and friends attended the Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. More than 90 percent of Lewis & Clark undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance to attend the college.
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