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President's Letter

President's Letter, Spring-2024
Robin Holmes-Sullivan

Dialogue Across Differences

No matter the issue, colleges and universities must always be places that welcome an open exchange of ideas.

On Palatine Hill

Leadership and Support

leadership, Spring-2024

Major Gifts and Pledges

Lewis & Clark thanks its generous donors for these recent major gifts and pledges.

leadership, Spring-2024
Heidi Lier

Murdock Grant Helps Attract Science Faculty

In fall 2023, Lewis & Clark welcomed three new tenure-track faculty in biology, chemistry, and physics.

leadership, Spring-2024

Creating a Pipeline of Future Teachers

Lewis & Clark’s College of Arts and Sciences and its Graduate School of Education and Counseling are collaborating on the Teacher Pathways program.

leadership, Spring-2024

Day of Giving Surpasses Goals

On March 13, our community came together to celebrate all things Lewis & Clark on our ninth annual Day of Giving.

leadership, Spring-2024

Building Leaders Through Student Life Programming

For many Lewis & Clark students, the leadership opportunities made available through the Division of Student Life help launch their future success.

Alumni News



   A Home Run for Student-Athletes     Lewis & Clark's softball team has enjoyed an outstanding season, winning the most games i...

A Home Run for Student-Athletes

Lewis & Clark’s softball team has enjoyed an outstanding season, winning the most games in program history (24 and counting). They’ll soon be headed to the Northwest Conference Tournament for only the second time on record.

On April 20, Lewis & Clark celebrated the reopening of Huston Sports Complex and the dedication of Jerry Gatto Field. The softball team—alongside the baseball team—inaugurated the new space with a doubleheader in front of cheering fans.

Jerry Gatto was the most successful baseball coach in L&C history, winning three Northwest Conference championships in the 1980s. Members of the Gatto family were on hand for the ceremony.

Nina Johnson