L&C Magazine | Spring 2023
Lewis & Clark’s Natural History Club invites students to appreciate nature through a variety of creative programs and activities, including Moss Appreciation Week.
The COVID-19 era brings a tremendous need for mental health care, while transforming the way services are delivered.
In a time of significant political polarization, how do the first amendment’s free speech protections inform civil discourse?
Almost a decade since its founding, the John E. and Susan S. Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership has continued to flourish.
As I sit down to write this letter, I am filled with a tremendous sense of gratitude. Gratitude that I am part of a community that is so strong and resilient. And gratitude that the first response of community members in times of challenge—or opportunity—is “What can I do to help?”
On Palatine Hill
The Randall Trust has awarded a $1.5 million gift to L&C’s Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership.
Major Gifts and Pledges
Lewis & Clark thanks its generous donors for these recent major gifts and pledges.
Melanie Nead BA ’04, founder and creative director of Lonesome Pictopia, strives to make the Pacific Northwest beautiful through wallpaper, murals, and other decorative goods.
Micah Leinbach BA ’14, founder of the Bus for Outdoor Access &Teaching (BOAT), serves community organizations interested in implementing wilderness programs.
Inga Spencer BA ’73, MAT ’78 and Marie Maita Grant BS ’73, MAT ’79 earned their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Lewis & Clark during the same time period.
Tiger 24, a documentary by Warren Pereira BA ’99, was released in 2022 to strong acclaim. It’s contributing to public awareness of tiger conservation and raising questions about human relationships to large predators in their natural habitats.