About the Cover
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With this issue, the magazine’s front cover boldly proclaims Lewis & Clark, a name that unites the undergraduate college, the law school, and the graduate school of education and counseling. While we have retained the Chronicle name, we have shifted the graphic emphasis to Lewis & Clark to better reflect our institutional identity. We will continue to bring you a rich menu of stories that highlight the spirit of academic leadership, global perspective, and community engagement that is at the heart of Lewis & Clark.
Lewis Sharp B.A. '65, director of the Denver Art Museum, pauses on an atrium in the museum’s new Hamilton Building. A group of schoolchildren, eager to explore the museum, look on.
Inside Front Cover
More than 100,000 white flags, each symbolizing six Iraqis who have died during the U.S. occupation, as well as 3,000 red flags representing U.S. soldiers killed during the war, fluttered in remembrance on the Lewis & Clark campus in March. The Iraq Body Count Memorial was sponsored by Students for a Democratic Society.
Inside Back Cover
A flock of magpies, created by Hillary Esdaile B.A. '07, takes flight as part of the 2007 Senior Art Exhibition in the Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art at Lewis & Clark. Twenty-nine student artists, a record number, displayed their work in the disciplines of ceramics, drawing, graphic arts, painting, photography, and sculpture.
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