课外活动：员工摄影师和PR /社交媒体经理 先锋日志 报纸，晒伤的音乐艺术节的组织者，摄影俱乐部，西北太平洋赛，言辞，以及媒体研讨会共同主席
What three words would you use to describe L&C?
以摄影II与助理教授 DRU多诺万 has definitely been a standout class during my time at Lewis & Clark College. If you are seriously interested in photography and looking for ways to push yourself further, I highly recommend this class. Dru is a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow and has experience working with the New York Times, Vice Magazine, and Aperture Magazine, just to name a few. She also has a wealth of experience as a photo teacher, having taught at Parsons School for Design, Yale University, and Harvard University. Having the opportunity to be in such a small learning environment and gaining hands-on experience is incredible.
What made you want to come to Lewis & Clark?
The small size of the student body was definitely one of the main draws for me. I couldn’t imagine myself trying to focus in a large lecture hall of 300 people and having very little time to ask questions. Personally, I am the kind of learner that needs to have the professor as available as possible, both in and outside of class time. At Lewis & Clark, the majority of my professors are available for one-on-one appointments during office hours. My relationship with my professors is definitely an integral part of my Lewis & Clark experience thus far and enables me to have a firm grasp on the material taught during lectures.
How do you feel supported as an international student at Lewis & Clark?
Lewis & Clark provides me with a network of staff members who are invested in my well-being as an international student and are there to help me with any issues. Whether it be visa, class, or flight issues, or even just being homesick, I’ve never felt like I couldn’t reach out to someone in the International Students and Scholars (ISS) office. In terms of the student body, I’m surrounded by a large number of international students, which makes me feel more at home. It’s also helpful that a large portion of the international students are also alumni from the United World College schools, and this makes the environment more familiar. I would say that Lewis & Clark is a perfect fit for any recent high school graduate from UWC, as it was a smooth transition.
I decided to bring my camera to the photoshoot because I feel like photography is an integral part of my identity. Throughout my time at Lewis & Clark, this part of my identity has only grown more and more, through taking photo classes as well as being in a social setting conducive to art. People here are always open to being photographed, especially if it’s for an art project, and what better place to take photos than this beautiful campus.
I wanted a study abroad experience that I’d never be able to have without going on an L&C program specifically. I chose the New York program because it’s quite a rare opportunity to be able to afford to work part time in the city, and have the direct support of an L&C faculty member. We all lived in the beautiful Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, and were provided a stipend. Every week we went to our internships, visited countless galleries and museums, and saw theatre shows several times a week. The internship aspect of the program was one of its biggest draws for me.
在我作为新总部位于纽约的艺术家和出版商马修LEIFHEIT工作室经理的角色，我在出版获得了宝贵的经验，销售为艺术家和出版物，以及视频编辑。对于LEIFHEIT目前的展览 没有更多的美国 在康涅狄格州的格里斯沃尔德佛罗伦萨博物馆，我的工作是编辑谁在一个历史悠久的美国教会寻求庇护驱逐出境冰3个移民家庭的采访录像。我的职位还包括与哑光版本，LEIFHEIT的好评发行日期出版印记工作。我大大促进了概念化，编辑，设计，生产，其最新游戏营销， 接近爱情：拍立得 通过成因布雷尔对orridge，以及问题54，55，和56 磨砂杂志。我还继续远程管理在线市场的更新，并在国内和国际市场的大型和小型的购买者对应。
How did you choose your first overseas program? What has your overseas study add to your L&C experience so far?
My overseas experience was incredibly enriching, and I feel lucky to have been able to participate in the program as part of my curriculum at Lewis & Clark. The New Zealand program allowed me to immerse myself in a new culture along with an L&C professor and students, and also expanded my idea of what I want to do with my degree once I graduate.