Reed College Solidarity Rally
Nov
14
11:00am11:00am

Reed College Solidarity Rally

Late Saturday night, hate graffiti was found on Reed campus, in the bathrooms on the second and third floors of the library.

Let's take a supportive stand that sends a clear signal to Reedies and students nationwide that discrimination and intimidation will not be tolerated on our campuses: public or private. 

For more details, see the Facebook event below.

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DAY 3 - 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium
Mar
11
9:30am 9:30am

DAY 3 - 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium

The 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will examine concepts of fun and play in relation to gender and sexuality.

Join with other students, scholars, gamers, comedians, activists, artists, and visionaries in toying with topics such as the meaning of child’s play, the concept of the humorless feminist, ideas of leisure and escape, and the nature of entertainment and comedy.  

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DAY 2 - 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium
Mar
10
9:30am 9:30am

DAY 2 - 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium

The 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will examine concepts of fun and play in relation to gender and sexuality.

Join with other students, scholars, gamers, comedians, activists, artists, and visionaries in toying with topics such as the meaning of child’s play, the concept of the humorless feminist, ideas of leisure and escape, and the nature of entertainment and comedy.  

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DAY 1 - 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium
Mar
9
11:30am11:30am

DAY 1 - 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium

The 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will examine concepts of fun and play in relation to gender and sexuality.

Join with other students, scholars, gamers, comedians, activists, artists, and visionaries in toying with topics such as the meaning of child’s play, the concept of the humorless feminist, ideas of leisure and escape, and the nature of entertainment and comedy.  

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“More Than A Score: The New Uprising Against Standardized Testing”
Feb
5
5:00pm 5:00pm

“More Than A Score: The New Uprising Against Standardized Testing”

Jesse Hagopian will talk about such issues, focusing on his book, More Than a Score, which is a collection of essays, poems, speeches, and interviews—accounts of personal courage and trenchant insights—from frontline fighters who are defying the corporate education reformers, often at great personal and professional risk, and fueling a national movement to reclaim and transform public education. 

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Black Lives Matter: Diversity at Lewis & Clark College
Feb
1
7:00pm 7:00pm

Black Lives Matter: Diversity at Lewis & Clark College

Join us for the third in our panel series.

Last fall, the Black Lives Matter movement erupted at scores of colleges and universities across the country with students demanding changes at their institutions. After a series of racist messages and a physical assault on our campus, students mobilized to demand a safer and more welcoming College.  In an effort to respond to students, faculty developed a proposal to diversify faculty and the curriculum at L&C. This proposal was presented to the faculty at a meeting in December. Now, faculty will present that proposal to the wider community to seek feedback and suggestions.

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 From the Rez to The White House: Dr. Amanda Tachine’s Journey of Gratitude
Nov
30
6:00pm 6:00pm

From the Rez to The White House: Dr. Amanda Tachine’s Journey of Gratitude

Please join us on Monday, November 30th from 6-8pm at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR as we welcome Dr. Amanda Tachine.

Dr. Amanda Tachine, a postdoctoral scholar at Arizona State University’s Center for Indian Education, was one of 11 young women recently honored this past September as a “Champions of Change” by President Obama for her work with Native youth, college students, and families.

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History Faculty Colloquium: Research Presentations by Elliott Young and Khalil Johnson
Nov
24
2:30pm 2:30pm

History Faculty Colloquium: Research Presentations by Elliott Young and Khalil Johnson

Come join the History department for a series of workshops on faculty research in progress.  All participants will be expected to read the paper prior to the workshop.  Participants will critique and discuss the paper, but there will be no formal presentation of the paper.  Contact Debbie Richman at drichman@lclark.edu to acquire a copy of the paper in advance of the workshop.

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Nov
19
4:00pm 4:00pm

First-Gen/Working Class Student Union Meeting

We will review what happened last meeting where minutes can be found here, make sure that everyone has a place for Thanksgiving, and make a list of resources we currently have and think about ways to expand that access to everyone in need. Allies are welcome, and make yourself uncomfortable to what first-genners and working class students are feeling. 

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