The Lewis and Clark Expedition began in 1804, when President Thomas Jefferson tasked Meriwether Lewis with exploring the lands west of the Mississippi River. The excursion lasted over two years: Along the way they confronted harsh weather, unforgiving terrain, treacherous waters, injuries, starvation, disease, and both friendly and hostile Native Americans. Nevertheless, the approximately 8,000-mile journey was deemed a huge success. We are on our own arduous expedition as we continue to navigate the unchartered territory of concurrent in-person and distance learning. We too are being met with challenges that we are overcoming, and in the end, we too shall be successful.