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LC goes green with Renewable Energy Fee

By EMILY DEWEY The Renewable Energy Fee Fund at Lewis & Clark, paid for by a fraction of the tuition of most College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) students each year, has been used to buy Renewable Energy Certificates (REC) for the school since fall of 2003. An average of about 80% of undergraduates pay […]

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Racist Yik Yak prompts on-campus rally

By KATIE KELLY Today, Nov. 17, at 2:30 p.m., a series of racist Yik Yak posts were shared with the Lewis & Clark community. These messages, which were subsequently taken off of Yik Yak, can be seen at the right of this article. Yik Yak is a mobile app that allows users to post comments […]

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Obama looks to limit standardized testing

By NOAH FOSTER-KOTH On Oct. 26, President Barack Obama announced his goal to limit the amount of standardized testing required in schools. It is unclear how this announcement will impact the admissions process at Lewis & Clark College, since many prospective students submit standardized test scores to the admissions office as part of their application. Lisa […]

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A guide to the weight room: what you need to know to stay active

By CARLY CHELOVITZ Is the freshman 15 weighing you down? Are you looking for a way to stay healthy and fit on campus without having to join a sports team? Then the Pamplin weight room is the place to go. Equipped with treadmills, dumbbells, medicine balls, and so much more, this place offers options for […]

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Volleyball seniors wrap up their final season

By PETER MELLING The curtain fallen on the 2015 volleyball season. Finishing with a 10-13 overall record and a 7-9 conference record, this young team has taken significant steps towards ensuring their contention in the future. This would not have been possible without the participation of the seniors, who mentored the squad’s young players throughout […]

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Graduating women’s soccer players reminisce

By ABE FIELD MEGAN RATFIELD ’16 1. What was your fondest memory of LC soccer? Besides beating Linfield my sophomore year at home, I would have to say it was our second-to-last game this year, coming from behind to beat Whitworth 4-2! 2. What legacy do you hope to leave behind? I hope to leave […]

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A new era on the horizon for football

By PETER MELLING There is something sweet brewing at Griswold Stadium. In spite of going winless into the final week of the season, the Lewis & Clark football team is on the cusp of success. The arrival of Head Coach Jay Locey and his staff, along with 35 rookie players, has opened up all sorts […]