L&C Magazine | Fall 2021

Featured Stories

  • Diplomacy & Diversity

    Paloma González BA ’04 works to diversify the U.S. Foreign Service at home and abroad.

  • Reaching the Retirement Milestone

    It’s the people of Lewis & Clark who make it a community like no other. At the close of the past academic year, Lewis & Clark bid farewell to five longtime faculty and staff who have touched generations of students.
  • Favorite Places at Lewis & Clark

    Lewis & Clark has long been recognized as having one of the most beautiful campuses in America. Earlier this year, we asked the college’s Instagram followers to pick their favorite places on campus. We drew inspiration from the NCAA March Madness brackets. Do you agree with the results? Let us know at magazine@lclark.edu.

President's Letter

An Even Brighter Future

The students are back, excited for a new year. I am particularly delighted to see them after 18 months of online or hybrid education forced on us by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Hot Buttered Rum

A Pio-led band brings its unique sound to Africa.

A Foodie With a Taste for Business

Jake Greenberg BA ’79 expresses his love of food through artisan specialty products.

Designing a Career in Cultural Heritage

Mila Wolpert BA ’19 puts her history and language skills to work in Europe.

Forget the Alamo

Jason Stanford BA ’92 coauthors a modern reassessment of a legendary Texas battle.