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  • A Weekend in Portland
    September 8
    A Weekend in Portland
  • September 8
    Marriages
  • September 8
    Births
  • September 8
    This spring the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) at Lewis & Clark Law School celebrated a milestone when it held its 20th annual fund-raising auction.
  • September 8
    More than a thousand undergraduate alumni, friends, and family returned to Lewis & Clark in late June to celebrate Reunion Weekend 2010.
  • September 8
    Graduates of 2010
  • September 8
    The Oregon Academy of Science, an organization that promotes research and education in the hard and social sciences, named Professor of Education Kip Ault its 2010 Outstanding University Educator.
  • From left: Ed Florance, Chelsea Gilmore CAS ’13, Ted Vogel, Ken Clifton, Trish and Kent Swanson...
    September 8
    Kent, class of 1995, continues to inspire others. In 1997 his parents established the college’s first scholarships in biology and ceramic arts, helping Swanson scholars pursue graduate-level science experiences as undergraduates, study ceramics and other arts, immerse themselves in cultures overseas, engage in community leadership projects, and embrace outdoor adventures.
  • September 8
    Friends of Lewis & Clark Remembered
  • Men's Rowing
    September 8
    Highlights: Men’s Rowing, Track and Field, Softball and Baseball, Tennis and Golf
  • Marc Casto (center) with his mother, Maryles Casto, and Fabio Castellotto, manager of Casto Vacat...
    September 8
    Whenever Marc Casto B.A. ’97 travels, one of his first goals is to find a good local cookbook
  • September 8
    Beth Skillern J.D. ’86 advises lawyers, especially women, to find balance and perspective in their careers. 
  • Bob Carlson interacts with kindergarteners on a "senses" walk in the CREST garden.
    September 8
    By Pattie Pace
    Bob Carlson M.A.T. ‘95, executive director of Center for Research in Environmental Studies and Technologies (CREST), shows kids they can make a difference.
  • Daena Goldsmith B.S. ‘86, professor of communication, and Gregory Miller B.A. ‘10
    September 8
    Professor Daena Goldsmith B.S. ’86 (right) studies communication in couples dealing with a chronic health condition such as heart disease, cancer, or HIV.
  • Valerie White (right) with artist Alison Saar at the dedication of York: Terra Incognita.
    September 8
    As a black woman, I am moved beyond language to be here when we honor those without names or status, people who made a difference in large and small ways.
  • September 8
    This summer, Lewis & Clark began construction of the new Diane Gregg Memorial Pavilion and the renovation of Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
  • Photo by Kris Krug
    September 8
    By Pattie Pace
    Amber Case B.A. ‘08 believes the next wave of technology will allow humans to intuitively interact.
  • Many clients in treatment for mental health issues are also battling addiction. Are their counsel...
    September 8
    By Abby Haight
    Many clients in treatment for mental health issues are also battling addiction. Are their counselors prepared to help?
  • Katie Walter B.A. ‘09, a first-generation college graduate, seeks positive change in India by s...
    September 8
    Katie Walter B.A. ’09 makes a positive difference for others by starting a women’s artisan collective.
  • September 8
    Lewis & Clark alumni help create the city’s unique vibe.
  • Artist Alson Saar with Charles Neal J.D. ‘07, originator of the York project.
    September 8
    Lewis & Clark’s newest public sculpture honors a neglected member of the Corps of Discovery.  
  • September 8
    Reverend Laing Sibbet, former Lewis & Clark trustee, Morgan Sayre Odell
  • September 8
    Honoring alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who have recently passed.
  • September 8
    Births
  • September 8
    Marriages
  • September 8
    Class Notes - 2000s
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    Class Notes - 1980s
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    Class Notes - 1970s
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    Class Notes - 1960s
  • September 8
    “I had a crazy goal to speak at MIT before the age of 27,” Case says. “I got the chance six months after graduating from Lewis & Clark.”
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