About the Cover
Jerusha Detweiler-Bedell, associate professor of psychology, wins a national teaching award for her creativity in the classroom and the research lab.
Join the Club
Student organizations have always been a vibrant part of student life at Lewis & Clark. Above are two examples from 50 years ago: the Sacajaweans, a sophomore women's service honorary, and the Political Science Club. Read about some of today's student clubs on page 16.
The Sacajaweans (1961)
Back row: Jo Gulley, Karen Galbraith, Edna Dyer (advisor), Cynthia Clancy (junior advisor), Eloise Staats, Diane Heard. Middle row: Mandy Kimball (standing; AWS representative), Lee Altig, Jean Sasaki, Sharon Lyons, Sue Ellen Markey, Kathleen Healy, Jane Laws, Ann Haldors (standing). Front row: Myrna Schiffler, Julianna Klug, Barbara Pendleton, Laurie Labbitt, Barbara Shinall, Dee Wald, Nancy Yarrow.
The Political Science Club (1959)
Back row: Bong Sik Kim, Chuck McGinnis, Ron Somers, Ross Webb, Dick Foley, Ron Gray, Paul Davies, Doug Vincent, Gene Long, Jim Lien, Dick Wahlsinger. Middle row: Diane Appleton, Professor R.L. McIlvenna, Diane Dayton, Professor U.G. Dubach, Anne Kloosterman, Professor Donald Balmer, Chris Edmonds. Front row: Blaine Warner, Tom Ahrend, Sid Long, Ed Kander.
Images courtesy of Lewis & Clark Archives.
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