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President's Letter

President's Letter, Winter-2009

Defining Asset Value

Like most of you, I approached opening my third-quarter investment statements with some dread. And as you know, that was before we endured the financial markets’ wild ride in October, the worst month in the American stock market since 1987.

On Palatine Hill

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    New Opportunity to Experience Asia

    Lewis & Clark has been invited by the Henry Luce Foundation to join 67 select colleges and universities across the country to participate in the Luce Scholars Program.
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    Eco-Friendly Art

    The peculiar, erratic stylings of a motorcycle-turned-trumpet are what first meet the ears of visitors to Beyond Green: Toward a Sustainable Art, a traveling exhibition now on display in the Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art at Lewis & Clark.
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    Ratte Winner has the Right Chemistry

    Frances Delaney BA ‘08 believes there is an advantage to studying science at a small college. By the time she won the 2008 Rena J. Ratte Award, the undergraduate college’s highest academic honor, she had devoted countless hours to the study of chemistry and spent more than a year and a half in laboratories, engaging in research.
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    Ben Brysacz CAS '09

    A Bounty of National Awards

    Last spring, several Lewis & Clark undergraduates made a dramatic display of their academic fitness, winning a Truman Scholarship, three Goldwater Scholarships, and six Fulbright grants to further their education and research.
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    Law School Hosts Luminaries

    Rarely do a federal agency, an association of private lawyers, and an academic institution join together to organize a conference.

Alumni News

  • alumni news, Winter-2009
    The new exterior signage for the Morgan S. Odell Alumni Gatehouse.

    Odell Alumni Gatehouse Welcomes Alumni

    After many years of discussion and planning, a committed group of undergraduate alumni has realized the dream of acquiring dedicated space for alumni social gatherings and events. Lewis & Clark’s gatehouse, a stone and brick building at the main entrance to campus, has been refurbished and renamed the Morgan S. Odell Alumni Gatehouse.