In 2002, a group of Lewis & Clark students sought to create a space where students of color could, according to the Ray Warren Symposium website, “share their experiences and find an outlet for voicing them to the community. It was then that Race Monologues was born. First housed as part of the Gender Studies symposium in 2002, students of ... Read More »
Beautiful at any flow — stunning in full throat, Abiqua Falls is a place of wonder. No words can des...
Freedom University students give a seminar on experience and the undocumented student movement On Ja...
When Associate Justice Antonin Scalia passed away last February, he left behind an impressive...
On Feb. 2, the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark Senate passed a resolution in response to Pr...
Oregon’s Measure 97 proposes increased corporate sales taxes in order to fund social services, affecting multiple aspects of the local economy. Students may have heard mumblings about consumer sales taxes and potential employers moving out of state, alongside counterarguments of improved public school funding and minimal effect on their favorite small businesses. The text of the measure, according to ballotpedia.org, ... Read More »
Measure 97 is not a sales tax, only taxes corporations: Opponents of Measure 97 have tried to paint it as a sales tax, a scare tactic to get Oregon to vote no As election season comes to a precipice, Oregon voters are faced with what could be the first sales tax initiative on the ballot﹣except it isn’t. The measure, ... Read More »
“If we can’t have these conversations with peers and professors that we know and trust, how can we have them in the ‘real world?’” said Alec Ballweg ’18. when confronted with the issue of politics being discussed in the classroom when the course is not directly related to politics. As the election deadline has loomed closer and closer, some of ... Read More »
The Keck Interactive Learning Center (ILC), formerly an underused language lab, has undergone renovations for the Fall 2016 and is now being advertised as a central academic asset for both international students and students studying foreign languages. Blair Orfall, the ILC Coordinator, talked about the reasoning behind the renovations. “Before the renovation, the ILC was an underused 1990s computer lab ... Read More »
With each presidential debate, tensions rose and insults grew; was there a clear winner in the chaos? We have truly reached the final stretch. Within the next two weeks, the 45th President of the United States will be elected and the candidate will be thrust into office within a uniquely historic American environment. The next president will be a ... Read More »
Is there such thing as a natural disaster? Do certain populations suffer from environmental hazards more than others? These were some interesting inquiries explored during Lewis & Clark’s 19th Annual Environmental Studies (ENVS) Symposium from Oct. 18-20. This year’s theme was Equity and Earth: Intersections of Social Justice and Environment. The symposium explored the importance as well as the gaps ... Read More »
Get ready for an adventure you’ll never forget! A mere mile up unassuming Palmer Mill Road lies one of the most spectacular falls in the whole Columbia River Gorge. Here, Bridal Veil Creek truly “veils” out over a massive wall of basalt, plunging nearly one hundred feet into a moss draped amphitheater. Despite its close proximity to famous, easy-two-access falls ... Read More »
IT IS A RITE OF passage for artists to struggle before achieving success in the music industry: traveling from city to city, staying in cheap motels and playing cheap venues with hopes of making it big. However, Icelandic four-piece Kaleo seemed to bypass this process entirely; Kaleo’s debut single “Way Down We Go” went straight to number one won Billboard’s ... Read More »
I THINK IT IS OVER. The most recent typhoon of Buzzfeed articles, obnoxious blog posts, and other means of starry-eyed ill-educated virtual professions of admiration seem to have passed in the wake of Obama’s recently released workout playlist. Is everyone OK? It was a tough couple days for me as well. And to be frank I’m not entirely sure I ... Read More »