Lewis and Clark didn’t just celebrate Earth Day. Instead the college celebrated an entire Earth Week.
On Aug. 1, 2013, Governor Pat Quinn signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana. The legislation took effect on Jan. 1, 2014.
Secretary of State Jesse White recently made an appearance at Lewis and Clark to spread awareness about organ and tissue donation.
Recycling is a big step in the right direction toward a greener community.
That is just a part of what Lewis and Clark’s Director of Sustainability, Nate Keener, is trying to encourage in his second annual Art of Recycling contest.
With spring anxiously awaiting around the corner, Lewis and Clark’s Monticello Sculpture Gardens, located here on campus, will soon begin blooming and buzzing with a freshly planted and carefully designed, eye appealing landscape display.
Veronica Pavesi, Bunker Hill High School Physics class senior Photo: Sierra Beckwith Sierra Beckwith Staff..
Second-year Coordinator of the Architectural Technology and CAD/Drafting program, Luke Jumper and a class of nine recently embarked on a journey to make their own electric guitars.
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