Home / Uncategorized


A Closer Look at Academic English Studies

Lewis & Clark’s Academic English Studies (AES) department has existed on campus for more than 40 years and continues to draw new students from across the globe. Although not all students are from international schools, LC has an especially long history of admitting students from universities in Tokyo and Sapporo, Japan. “Some of the students in AES… take full-time or ... Read More »

Campus rock garden gets renovation

By Jonah Svihus /// Staff Writer The first phase of renovations to the rock garden located between the Fields Center and the Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art on the academic side of campus, which included the removal of one diseased tree and one rotten tree, were finished at the end of January. An anonymous donor gifted money to the school with ... Read More »

Basketball teams shape up as their season progresses through winter break

The Pioneers begin to get in the hardwood groove for the 2015-16 season By CARLY CHELOVITZ With Winter Break drawing near, Lewis & Clark’s basketball teams are reaching the peak of their season. The men’s team holds a record of 2-4, while the women’s team is still searching for a win this season. As training reaches it’s hardest point over this ... Read More »

“Garden of Delete” Review

By HARISSON SMITH  Deletion is a hypermodern concept. Before deletion, objects would simply occupy space in the trash, be pushed aside or forgotten about. Things could resurface, work their way back into prominence. But deletion is final, forever and instant. It exists purely in the non-physical realm. Physical matter cannot be destroyed, or deleted, only reshaped and resized. Deletion is ... Read More »

Current Lewis & Clark swimmers challenge alumni in the annual dual meet held during the homecoming weekend

By CARLY CHELOVITZ On Oct. 17, athletes both young and old, came together at the Zehntbauer Swimming Pavilion for some good, old fashioned competition. This event, appropriately named the Alumni Meet, has been a part of Lewis & Clark’s Homecoming Weekend festivities for over a decade. Each year, alumni and families come from across the United States to watch the swimmers compete ... Read More »

Stand-up comedian Sara Schaefer performs at LC

By NOAH FOSTER-KOTH “You never know what’s going to happen up here,” promised comedian Sara Schaefer at the beginning of her performance at Lewis & Clark on October 23rd, “I come out here all quiet and sweet… and then I unleash!” Schaefer proceeded to entertain LC students with an hour’s worth of material from her comedy album Chrysalis, copies of which ... Read More »

Resurrecting the old Pio Pride at Griswold

Football prepares for Saturday’s Homecoming Game and the program’s future By PETER MELLING It’s that time of year again. The football team (0-4) is getting ready to host their annual homecoming game in their 70th season, which is against the 3-1 Pacific University Boxers. The Pioneers hope to win their first game since their homecoming on Oct. 5, 2013, a ... Read More »

Taming the homecoming track at the Lewis & Clark Invitational

Cross-Country gets ready for their home event at Milo McIver Memorial Park By PETER MELLING Following their strong performances through their first three events, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams have come back to Portland to host the Lewis & Clark Invitational at Milo McIver State Park on Oct. 17. This will be the Pioneers’ final invite of the regular ... Read More »