Board of Trustees

Trusting the Board: transparency crisis at LC


By Mackenzie Herring When important decisions are made without public input, or rather a lack of transparency is sensed by the general public, it is often the case that malignancy is assumed of the collective governing bodies. The Lewis & Clark Board of Trustees, a group whose inner workings, members and general motivation most students

Trustees not briefed on student life issues


By Nicholas Nerli Amid the funding crisis that endangered the Counseling Service’s future during the 2017-2018 academic year, complete details were not provided to the entire Lewis & Clark Board of Trustees until their October meeting this year according to two Board members. Attended by the administrative Executive Council, faculty representatives, student representatives and trustees,

LC community is not adequately represented on Board of Trustees


By Sherlock Ortiz Any and all governing structures should be approached with suspicion. The Lewis & Clark Board of Trustees is no exception. The Board of Trustees is a self-regulating, self-perpetuating body. Future trustees are elected by other trustees when a vacancy opens. A brief glance at the list of trustees on the school website

Board of Trustees members pledge $3 million to LC


By Amelia Eichel On Oct. 19, Lewis & Clark Board of Trustees Chair Stephanie Fowler ’97 and her husband, Irving Levin, pledged a $1 million unrestricted donation to LC. This announcement was followed by another unrestricted $1 million donation by Trustee Pat Mahaffy ’85 and a $1 million donation to the Center for Entrepreneurship by Life