L&C Magazine | Spring 2019

Featured Stories

  • The Crucial Element

    Louis Kuo’s research may help reverse the world’s impending phosphorus shortage, but many say his true legacy is his mentorship of students.
  • An Ambassador to Global Careers

    Niels Marquardt BA ’75 returns to Lewis & Clark as diplomat in residence after a distinguished career abroad.
  • Off the Street, Out of Court

    As part of a new community partnership, law students provide legal assistance to Portland’s homeless youth.
  • Human Nature

    Lewis & Clark’s Ecopsychology Program draws on the healing power of the outdoors to enhance mental health.
  • It’s a Small World

    Students from Nanomaterials Chemistry share their dramatic electron microscope images.

President's Letter

Higher Ed Must Lead Climate Change Battle

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.

Galleries

On the Road in Honolulu

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.

Scholarship Recognition Luncheon 2019

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.
Lewis & Clark’s new ravine bridge, which replaced the original built in 1954, opened this spring to rave reviews. Spanning the ravine that cuts through the undergraduate campus, the bridge connects the Cobblestone Circle to Platt-Howard Hall. The bridge meets seismic and ADA requirements; includes a roof and night lighting; and was designed and installed to ensure sustainability. (Robert Reynolds)