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  • The Office of Overseas and Off-Campus Programs hosts this blog as a resource to provide information and advice for students from students. Go

  • visual resources centerThe Visual Resources Center at Lewis & Clark links images and ideas through the lens of a liberal arts college. Go

  • swimmingChris Fantz, head swim coach, blogs about his coaching philosophy and why he enjoys working with our  young, smart student athletes. Go

  • tom krattenmaker thumbTom Krattenmaker, associate vice president for public affairs and communications, is a writer specializing in religion in public life. He is the author of the book Onward Christian Athletes. His blog aggregates his columns for USA Today  and other publications. Go

  • Doug Erickson thumbDoug Erickson, head of Special Collections and college archivist, blogs mines the Internet for interesting articles about the book world to present a glimpse into the literary happenings of society. Go

  • Mark Dahl thumbMark Dahl, interim director of Watzek Library, blogs about everything from digital scholarship to evolving catalogs. Go

  • qr_codeThe New Media team blogs about creating and maintaining the Lewis & Clark website and offers news and tips. Go

  • Morgan S. Grether, web content systems manager, posts photos from around Lewis & Clark, which he thinks is the prettiest campus in the country. Go

Events

March 4th, 2020

  • I ♡ LC Law All Day: Day of Giving
    Join the entire law school community for Lewis & Clark’s annual Day of Giving!
  • The On Being Dinners 5:00pm - 6:00pm: The On Being Dinners: “Tending Joy and Practicing Delight” with Ross Gay
    Listen to an On Being podcast by Krista Tippett beforehand, and then gather to discuss “the big questions” raised over dinner. Hilary Martin Himan from the Office of Spiritual Life will facilitate. Students, staff, and faculty are all invited for a small table discussion at the Bon (Fields Dining Hall) from 5-6pm.

    On Wed. March 4 we’ll discuss questions raised by Krista Tippett’s interview titled “Tending Joy and Practicing Delight” with Ross Gay.

    From Krista Tippet at www.onbeing.org:
    “There is a question floating around the world right now: “How can we be joyful in a moment like this?” To which writer Ross Gay responds: “How can we not be joyful, especially in a moment like this?” He says joy has nothing to do with ease and “everything to do with the fact that we’re all going to die.” The ephemeral nature of our being allows him to find delight in all sorts of places (especially his community garden). To be with Ross Gay is to train your gaze to see the wonderful alongside the terrible, to attend to and meditate on what you love, even in the work of justice.”

    Ross Gay is a writer and a professor of English at Indiana University Bloomington. His books include the poetry collection Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude, winner of the 2016 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, and a book of essays, The Book of Delights. He is a board member of the Bloomington Community Orchard and a co-founder of The Tenderness Project.

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