The Source: News for Faculty and Staff
Donations accepted now through December 8.
In an effort to grapple with the unfolding tragedy in Gaza and Israel, Lewis & Clark hosted a multidisciplinary forum, featuring a faculty panel followed by a Q&A.
Points of Pride
Lewis & Clark’s new Experimental Art Research (EAR) Forest is a space where professors, students, and visiting artists can create sound walks, auditory experiences, storytelling, musical compositions, and more!
Fortune and Glory, a collaborative faculty-student history exhibition, is on display in Watzek Library from now until March 2024.
The History department is excited to share that Aidan Bennett (BA, ’21) is currently serving with the Peace Corps in Cambodia, and has shared with us a bit about his experience.
Rene Amani, L&C’s 2022-23 Dallaire Scholar, was awarded a Projects for Peace grant to help address the generational trauma of families in his home country of Rwanda.
Join us for a Christmas worship service of lessons and carols. This service will feature Matthew O’Sullivan on the organ, as well as include some praise music from students involved with Pio Christian Fellowship.
Listen to Christmas reflections and poetry offered by four students, and conclude the evening in candlelight.
This event is open to the public. All are welcome.
Open Office Hours for December 2023
Tuesday-Friday, December 5-8, 2023 | 16 PDUs
Please join us on Tuesday, December 5th at 6pm for the ENG 400 Fiction Capstone Reading and help us celebrate the accomplishments of these student writers! Manor House, Armstrong Lounge.
Join us for coffee, cocoa, carbs, and conversation!