On January 17, the Provost’s Office sent out an email to the LC community, explaining that President Barry Glassner had stepped down from his role, effective immediately. The email quoted Glassner’s desire to “focus his time and attention on his writing and his role as a public intellectual,” as the reason that he was stepping down so suddenly. For perspective, ... Read More »
Undoubtedly, Japandroids ignored the narrative surrounding the trajectory of modern indie roc...
By Althea Billings In the final weeks of the fall 2016 semester, a special faculty meeting on the bu...
By Hanna Merzbach The first performance of Lewis & Clark’s spring dance show, Dance Y, was held ...
By Jonah Svihus Photo by Brady Antonelli On April 11, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. protesters, made up of both ...
A Backdoor survival guide *The Backdoor is a work of satire and occasionally humor. 1)Perform a blood sacrifice ritual for St. Valentine Ingredients: One goat, A Daedra Heart, the ashes of a failed EnD paper (anything below a C- is acceptable as well), 3 drops of tears from the meek and one phoenix feather Step 1) Turn to page 9¾ ... Read More »
Reported crimes at Lewis & Clark College for the 2016 calendar year are down nearly 8 percent. The college continues to maintain a downward trend in alcohol and marijuana related referrals. In January 2017, LC had two reported crimes: one report of computer crime that occurred on Jan. 24, and one report of criminal mischief that occurred on Jan. 28. ... Read More »
The day after the inauguration, Lewis & Clark hosted a teach-in session on the presence of art in times of social activism. The presence of music during the social reforms of India during the 1950s-1960s, the solitary genius vs. the artistic collective, as well as the importance of solidarity and art made by those affected by prejudice were all ... Read More »
On Tuesday, the George Fox Bruins came to Pamplin to face off against Lewis & Clark. The Women’s game tipped off at 6 p.m. It was “pink-out” night for the Northwest Conference (NWC), meaning the crowd dressed in pink and donated to raise breast cancer awareness. The first half started sluggish, with many free throws and few fastbreak points ... Read More »
National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) has emphasised the importance of remaining active and discovering inspiration and motivation through physical activity. The day also serves as a reminder to push past any given limits, whether they be based on physical exertion and fitness goals or based on any given gender stereotypes. The day has been celebrated ... Read More »
Last Thursday, Lewis & Clark celebrated its 150th or “sesquicentennial” birthday, fondly referred to as Founders Day. The two-hour celebration was the result of over six months of planning by the Founders Day Celebration Committee, which consisted of nine LC staff. Their mission was to honor the accomplishments LC prides itself on after 150 years of establishment. The FDCC’s goals ... Read More »
For the last couple of weeks, we have been stormed by images of the newly elected President Donald Trump signing executive orders flanked by his white and male council. For many, this image represents stability. For me, it is just terrifying. If we go back to the tradition of executive orders, we find that it is customary for a ... Read More »
In the first 2017 installment of his column, Zack Johnson tackles the issue of tuition-free college Last year, when the state legislature passed the Oregon Promise, solidifying free community college for all graduating high school students, the initiative was touted as a revolutionary measure supporting young adults in continuing their secondary educational pursuits. The minimum requirements of the Oregon ... Read More »
For many at Lewis and Clark, our historically bad winter was little more than a reason to stay bundled up and avoid going to class. However, for the LC Track and Field team, it has meant that their promising season stumbled out of the starting blocks. With an early meet in Pullman, WA canceled, the Pio’s full squad will ... Read More »