Points of Pride

AES Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

Help us celebrate our mid-century mark by stopping by our Open House on October 13, 11 - 1. Take our AES: 50 Years Quiz to test your knowledge of AES and learn more about AES and our scholarship for local high school graduates. Submit your answers to enter our raffle at the open house in the AES Office Suite in Albany Hall, garden level.

New Exhibition: Lewis & Clark College at Exquisite Gorge

This exhibit showcases the contributions of Lewis & Clark students over the past five years to Exquisite Gorge, a community-driven art project sponsored by the Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Washington.

Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law in LC Law Review

The most recent issue of the Lewis & Clark Law Review features papers written by prominent legal scholars on “Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law.”

Summer Interns ‘Go Green’ and ‘Earn Green’

This summer, L&C students gained hands-on work experience through paid internships in the green sector, thanks to L&C’s Career Center and the Sustainability Internship course. Check out the experiences of some of those students.

Luca Fazioli Visits Lewis & Clark College

Luca Fazioli, son of piano maker Paolo Fazioli, visited Lewis & Clark’s Agnes Flanagan Chapel in June 2022 to inspect the aging process of our 2012 Fazioli piano.

LC hosts Delegation from Toyama Prefecture

2021 marked the 30th anniversary of Toyama-Oregon sister state/prefecture relationship. This summer, the delegation came to Oregon to celebrate this long-lasting relationship and strengthen our future bonds.

Professor Visits Arctic Circle in Environmental Justice Mission

As part of Love is King’s Operation ROAM, educational Leadership professor Lisa Collins will visit the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and hear from the indigenous Gwichʼin tribe regarding the ongoing battle to protect their lands from oil drilling.

Monica Lewinsky BS ’95 Returns to Campus

In her personal, vulnerable narrative, Lewinsky celebrated compassion; destigmatized asking for help; and revealed her hope for a legacy of emerging from the unimaginable to add value to the world.

Summer Research, Direct Experience

The summer gives students the chance to devote their full attention to research while learning from and collaborating with professors.

Japanese Language Students Compete in Toyama Cup Speech Contest

Students in the LC Japanese program succeed in Japanese Speech Contest!

Can You Spot Skin Cancer? L&C Psychologists Bring Their Expertise to Public Health Campaign

In collaboration with Oregon Health & Science University and the University of Oregon, psychology professors Jerusha and Brian Detweiler-Bedell conduct research to help Oregonians identify and respond to the risk of melanoma.

TransActive Joins Senators Merkley and Wyden to Support Transgender Youth and the LGBTQ+ Community

Jenn Burleton, TransActive Program Director and transgender youth advocate, will address the existential threat of anti-trans legislation and hate, and the need for Federal protections guaranteeing access to trans-affirming healthcare for transgender/nonbinary adolescents and teens.

‘An African American Requiem’ Confronts Racial Violence Through Music

Portland’s Resonance Ensemble, led by L&C’s Kathy FitzGibbon, worked with artist-composer Damien Geter to present a bold, thought-provoking musical response to violence against African Americans in the United States. The Requiem premiered in Portland and was performed at the Kennedy Center in late May.

Student Grant Recipients Embark on International Social Change Projects

Two students each received $5K for projects in social justice and racial equity as funded by the Social Change Innovation Grant. This summer, students José Maidana and Latifatous (Lati) Savadogo, are traveling to Argentina and Burkina Faso to implement their projects.