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  • Real Life is an online journal where undergraduate students blog about what it’s like to live, breathe, and study at Lewis & Clark. The Admissions Office has sponsored this journal since 2003. Go

  • law-blogL&C Law School Snapshots tells the tale of students with different backgrounds, interests and observations. They blog about their unique law school experiences. Go

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study ethnic studies at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study psychology at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study asian studies at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • I’m so grateful to be in a collaborative space that allows me to hone my advocacy skills while also protecting the interests of farmed animals. I love that our roundtable class discussions about lawyering, ethics, and contemporary issues in the animal rights movement shape our litigation goals and strategies.”ALLC Student
  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study studio art at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study biochemistry and molecular biology at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study biology at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • Words teaches students to explore the meaning and significance of texts via close reading and analysis, and to express that analysis in writing.


    Numbers teaches students to interpret quantitative information presented in various forms and contexts; to understand the logical structure of quantitative arguments; and to use quantitative models, theories, and data to simplify, explain, and make predictions.

     

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  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to be a sociology and anthropology student at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s like to study entrepreneurship, leadership, and innovation at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of the Lewis & Clark experience than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study Music at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study history at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study world languages and literatures at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study Environmental Studies at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study Rhetoric and Media Studies at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study political science at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • No one can give you a better sense of what it’s really like to study chemistry at Lewis & Clark than our current students and recent alumni.

  • The Animal Law Clinic was more than just an opportunity to gain practical experience; it was a safe place to cultivate ideas and form close bonds that will stay with us personally and professionally for the rest of our lives. The leadership of the Clinic brought out the best in all of us. Working with real clients on projects that truly mattered, while supported by Professor Hessler, allowed us the freedom to explore our own professional styles while receiving guidance about what being a lawyer means.”Animal Law Clinic student
  • The Office of Overseas and Off-Campus Programs hosts this blog as a resource to provide information and advice for students from students. Go

  • Courtesy of The California League of Women Voters

    The Lewis & Clark Politics blog is a forum for politically interested Lewis & Clark students to ask serious questions about politics. Go

  • Pioneer Log

    We’re helping the Pioneer Log editors make the leap from LiveWhale to an independent squarespace account this academic year.

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  • 3:30pm PDT: “Essentializing Language and the Prospects for Ameliorative Projects” by Katherine Ritchie (University of California, Irvine)

    Some language encourages essentialist thinking. While philosophers have focused on essentialism and generic generalizations, I argue that nouns as a category are poised to refer to kinds and to promote representational essentializing. Our psychological propensity to essentialize when nouns are used reveals a limitation for ameliorative projects. Ameliorated nouns (and their conceptual correlates) can continue to underpin essentializing inferences. Given the way language and cognition function, ameliorative projects can fail to meet core anti-essentialist social and political ends by failing to consider the import of vehicles of representation. Yet, I argue, representational essentialism does not doom anti-essentialist ameliorative projects. Rather, would-be ameliorators ought to attend to the propensities for our representations to essentialize and to the complex relationship between essentialism and prejudice.

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