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Lewis & Clark’s alumni magazine is published three times a year for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Lewis & Clark.
A Lewis & Clark alum chimes in on the topic of school funding in Washington State.
Along with 50 residents, students, and educators from the Portland Metro Area, multiple Lewis & Clark graduate school alumni attended talks about the racial divide in Oregon.
In November, Patty Cassidy M.S. ’94 led a group of senior citizens outside to put their raised gardens to bed for the winter. Standing or working from wheelchairs, they pulled up old perennials, raked and turned the dirt, and planted a crop of Austrian winter peas to infuse the soil with nitrogen.
By Barbara Allen Burke B.A. ’83, M.A. ’87
I first came to Oregon way back in the fall of 1979. I was about to start school at Lewis & Clark, and my parents drove me on the 1,300-mile trip from Colorado. I sat in the backseat along with my navy blue metal locker, a large-ish suitcase, and my electric typewriter. I was dreaming about moving into my dorm room, worried about whether my roommates would like me, and trying to fathom what college life would be like. I was pretty quiet on the trip, as I remember.
School counselor, teacher, and administrator-turned-children’s author Stephanie Shaw (M.A. in Counseling Psychology, School Counseling ‘86) has just released her first children’s book for very young readers, Bedtime in the Meadow.