L&C Magazine | Summer 2005
- The graduate school’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program takes root in the community.
- Lewis & Clark’s championship debaters speak up about forensics.
- MardiLyn Saathoff ’78, MAT. ’83, JD ’90 advises Oregon’s governor.
- The traditional Zulu song “Siyahamba” and the “Alleluia” from Johann Sebastian Bach’s motet Lobet den Herrn marked Thomas J. Hochstettler’s inauguration as the College’s 23rd president on March 6, 2005.
- Matt Levinger, associate professor of history, heads a genocide prevention effort at the Holocaust Museum.
On Palatine Hill
Heed the Call
New Board Invigorates Albany Society
Tsunami Response: Alumni in Sri Lanka
Ron Marks ‘78 Washington Insider
Jack Venables ‘56 The Voices of Pioneer Athletics
Nancy Campbell JD ’79 Confronting Domestic Violence
Elsa Bro MAT. ‘03 Teaching the Art of Language
About 45 years ago in Calcutta, my father taught part time at five different colleges to earn enough money for a one-way ticket to San Francisco. He wanted to go to the University of California at Berkeley to earn his PhDRead the story