Join ASLC Senate!

Welcome back to campus, Pios! Do you want to start the new school year by taking a leadership role in the Lewis & Clark community and make a positive change while connecting with other dedicated students? If so, you are highly encouraged to run for the ASLC Senate! ASLC senators are responsible for representing the interestsContinue reading “Join ASLC Senate!”

A Resolution to Acknowledge that the War on Drugs has been a Failed Policy in Achieving the Goal of Reducing Drug Use

The ASLC Senate passed a Resolution to Acknowledge that the War on Drugs has been a Failed Policy in Achieving the Goal of Reducing Drug Use at their meeting last night, November 29th, 2018. Read the resolution below!   FA18 SR003

A Resolution to Reject the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Attempts to Define Gender by Biological Sex

The attached resolution to reject the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Attempts to Define Gender by Biological Sex was passed by the ASLC Senate on November 15th, 2018. FA18 SR002 | November 15th, 2018 | A Resolution to Reject the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Attempts to Define Gender by BiologicalContinue reading “A Resolution to Reject the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Attempts to Define Gender by Biological Sex”

Notes from GE Meetings with Paul Hanstedt

This Tuesday, both SAAB and the Faculty (as a whole) conducted a number of meetings with Paul Hanstedt, a General Education (GE) specialist who has worked with colleges throughout the United States and internationally. This is part of an ongoing initiative to consider what General Education can look like at L&C (see recent posts). IContinue reading “Notes from GE Meetings with Paul Hanstedt”

Notes from Open Discussion on General Education

On behalf of SAAB and the Curriculum Committee, I would like to extend my thanks to all those who showed up to discuss General Education at Lewis & Clark on this last Friday, January 22nd. The discussion brought up tons of great points, put some workable ideas on the table, and helped inform SAAB membersContinue reading “Notes from Open Discussion on General Education”

A Special Message From SAAB

Dear Students, No one can deny that we are an avidly self-representing student body, one who takes an active role in shaping our education and our experience at Lewis & Clark. The very existence of our Student Academic Affairs Board is a testament to this—we have a dedicated group of students from every academic departmentContinue reading “A Special Message From SAAB”

Notes from the First Forum

Notes from the First Forum October 2, 2015 Compiled by Nathaniel Hamlett and Carlton Bone Guidelines  1 diva 1 mic Move up move up No one knows everything together we know a lot We can’t be articulate all the time Intent vs. impact Expect and accept a lack of closure Practice Self-Care Acknowledged the limitations of the spaceContinue reading “Notes from the First Forum”

Regarding the Incident at Reed

Dear members of the Lewis & Clark Community, On Saturday night / Sunday morning an incident involving a Lewis & Clark student occurred on the Reed College campus. There have been historical instances involving sexual misconduct by Lewis & Clark students toward Reed students, as well as inappropriate and destructive behavior of Lewis & Clark students while on Reed’s campus. We areContinue reading “Regarding the Incident at Reed”