Filmed & Edited By Jensen Hsiao ’18
My fellow students,
I hope your New Year is off to a great start. It is election season for the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) and we need Senators to represent the interests of our student body. College campuses across the United States are experiencing a shift in the affairs of their respective institutions and we need student leaders and millennials to advocate for the future of our colleges and our country. We are currently looking to fill vacant seats and invite you to join us in our endeavor of addressing local and national issues such as:
- College Affordability and Student Loans
- Sexual Assault Prevention
- OLCC Reform
- Cultural Competency
- Greater Student Representation in College Governance
- Expanded Transportation Options
- And much more
If you wish to shift the direction of this institution and want to make meaningful change on our campus, join the ASLC Senate by filling out this application:
If you are frustrated, if you are passionate, if you are civically engaged, if you want to change – know that there is a group of students who wish the best for this institution and are working proactively to improve the entirety of our collegiate experience. Heed this call and leave your mark at Lewis & Clark.
Your humble servant,
As we move into spring term and a new calendar year, many of us think about getting organized, planning projects and improving our budgets. Facilities Services is doing the same, looking forward to a number of energy saving initiatives in 2015 to help reduce utility costs and improve service.
Over the break, Watzek Library was outfitted with numerous LEDs which will proliferate throughout the campus in the coming year, improving light quality and control. Similarly, upgrades to heating and cooling equipment and controls will improve service to numerous areas. For your office space, Facilities Services staff will be coming by with educational materials, products and space heating technical assistance. You will also see new and improved multifunction copiers/printers arrive for many departments early this year, through a new service coordinated by the Business Office and IT.
If you have specific feedback regarding energy use in your department or office space, please contact Amy Dvorak 503-768-7794. We appreciate your time!
Looking for ways to save energy at home? The Energy Trust of Oregon provides cash incentives, home evaluation tools and free energy efficiency products.
Portland native and Business Wire founder Lorry Lokey has made a $2 million gift to provide recognition and financial support to outstanding professors at Lewis & Clark. The gift will permanently endow the Lorry Lokey Faculty Excellence Fund, thus ensuring additional revenue to help sustain the teaching, research, and creative accomplishments that distinguish faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences. The gift is the largest from a living person in the past ten years.
“Lorry Lokey has a deep belief in the power of education to change lives and society for the better,” Lewis & Clark President Barry Glassner said. “Indeed, he has cultivated education in ways that have been called ‘transformational’ and ‘catalytic.’ We are grateful for his friendship, his generosity, and his recognition of our extraordinary faculty.”
At Lewis & Clark, Lokey recognizes that faculty members give so much time and effort to their students that it’s a natural extension for him to give them financial support in return. And his message to donors at all levels is straightforward: “I’d rather give money away now while I can take joy and pleasure in seeing it make a difference—and you should, too.”