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A twice-annual newsletter that reports on the good work of students, faculty and alumni of the graduate school.
Lewis & Clark’s alumni magazine is published three times a year for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Lewis & Clark.
After discussing counseling services that were missing in the Portland area, the founders of PorchLight Custom Counseling—Justin Cox M.A. ’12, Llew Richards M.A. ’13, Mica Richards, Holly Roland M.A. ’12, and Siddarth Venkatachalam M.A. ’12 —had an idea to offer their many counseling specialties at affordable rates, around the clock.
Karen Pugsley M.Ed. ’03 has been named principal at Newberg’s Chehalem Valley Middle School.
Get to know Ian Alistair Lake B.A. ’13, M.A.T. ’14, a recent graduate of Lewis & Clark’s master of arts in teaching program.
The Iowa Board of Regents has named alumnus Steve Gettel M.Ed. ’81 as head of the state’s deaf and blind schools.
In a recent commentary for the Huffington Post, Moé Yonamine M.A.T. ’10 revealed an untold story behind Japanese internment during World War II.