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October 10th, 2018

  • President Wiewel 5:30pm - 7:30pm EDT: Washington D.C. Event with President Wiewel
    You are cordially invited to an evening with Lewis & Clark President, Wim Wiewel. Connect with alumni, parents, and friends of Lewis & Clark and meet current students studying in D.C. for the semester. Enjoy drinks and heavy hors d’oeuvres and hear from the college’s 25th president.

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October 30th, 2018

  • 7:30am - 8:30am PDT: Annual Public Interest Networking Breakfast

    J oin the Public Interest Law Project for our Annual Public Interest Networking Breakfast! Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and begin networking with a wide variety of public interest attorneys, judges and professionals in the Portland area.




  • Parents eNewsletter

    Being fast-tracked so that we can begin communications with this audience, this is a concerted effort to use BBNC to send an email newsletter on a monthly basis. (David)

    1. 29 Mar: Design presented to IA.
    2. 22 Mar: Reviewed design with Amy/Joe.
    3. 8 Mar: Discussed sketchs with Amy.
    4. 1 Mar: Met with Angela, Amy and Joe regarding the project.
  • With a Lewis & Clark education, our graduates are equipped with the tools they need to change the world. Whether they enter politics or the Peace Corps, our alumni serve as leaders in communities from Alaska to Wyoming, Antigua to Zimbabwe.

  • Ella Antell B.A. ’12 blogs about her experiences as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant currently residing in Kaliningrad, Russia.Go

  • Advocate

    The Advocate online is in the process of being created based on the design/function that we setup for the Chronicle. The new design resembles a modified magazine format, with some nods to the recent change in styles driven by the iPad. (Lawrence and David)

  • robb shecterRobb Shecter J.D. ’11 created while he was a law student, seeking to increase access to the legal system by publishing accessible legal content and lowering the cost of legal research. The site has grown into and now includes California codes and an archive of superseded statutes. His blog tracks updates and new features for the site. Go

  • mielMiel (Davis) Hendrickson B.A. ’99 splits her time between Washington D.C. and Africa, where she works on international relief and development projects. Her blog chronicles her travels. Go

  • roxannekohlRoxanne (Kohl) Davidson M.Ed. in School Counseling ’05 blogs and video blogs about bibliotherapy and the healing power of books in childrens’ lives. She reviews contemporary books that help kids through many different issues, offering a great resource for anyone working with children. Go

  • peter ames carlinPeter Ames Carlin B.A. ’85 is the author of critically acclaimed biographies about Paul McCartney and Brian Wilson. He blogs about music, television, and other pop culture news. Go

  • Chronicle

    The Chronicle online has been relaunched after a redesign. The new design resembles a modified magazine format, with some nods to the recent change in styles driven by the iPad. (Lawrence and David)

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