By Brendan Nagle As the school year winds down, many Lewis & Clark students are desperate for something to relieve the stress of seven months of diligent school work. One last weekend of fun, before catastrophe strikes in the form of final exams. Luckily for them, KLC Radio’s year-end festival will return to LC! Sunburn will take place on Saturday, ... Read More »
“Bleak” and “wintry” aren’t usually descriptions that apply to my experiences in Ecuador. The jungle...
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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 ...
In response to commercial and religious pushback, North Carolina has repealed its infamously offensive “bathroom bill”, signalling a large step forward for the transgender community by Zack Johnson On Feb 26, 2016, the City Council of Charlotte, NC passed Ordinance 7056, a non-discrimination order banning the the discrimination of citizens based upon sexual orientation and gender identity within publicly owned ... Read More »
By Anna DeSmet Even in my lowly, three-semester experience of college registration, I know it sucks. It’s frustrating, lengthy and, also like some of my dates, leaves me wondering why I bothered in the first place. It’s like a maze, except it’s the labyrinth from Grecian hell; it’s dark, there might be spiders, the dead ends are actually just corners ... Read More »
By Casey Pickard Lewis & Clark’s track and field team had some major achievements this season. Three Pioneer track athletes placed in the SPU final qualifier at the Feb. 25 meet in Seattle, WA. In the women’s 400 meter dash, Alaina King ’19 posted a 57.63 time and placed second, with less than one second behind the first place finisher. ... Read More »
By Hanna Merzbach The first performance of Lewis & Clark’s spring dance show, Dance Y, was held yesterday on Thursday, April 13. Tonight, the second show will be held from 7-8 p.m. in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel. Unlike the fall dance show, Dance X, which is run by the theatre department, Dance Y is entirely student-run. Production Manager Chloe Thomas ... Read More »
By Jonah Svihus Photo by Brady Antonelli On April 11, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. protesters, made up of both Lewis & Clark students and the broader Portland community, picketed the 55th International Affairs (IA) Symposium’s event “The Huddled Masses: Displacement in a Time of Crisis.” The IA Symposium Steering Committee received heavy criticism after inviting Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy ... Read More »
By Hanna Merzbach Photo by Lexie Boren The evening debate,“The Huddled Masses: Displacement in a Time of Crisis,” held on April 11, the second day of the 55th Annual International Affairs (IA) Symposium, caused great controversy throughout the Lewis & Clark and greater Portland community. The debate brought to the stage Galya Ruffer, the founder of the Center of Forced ... Read More »
Frances Swanson ’17 is an athlete who participates on both the track and cross-country teams. She has won many honors during her four years at Lewis & Clark. I sat down with her to learn about her life as a student athlete. Zachary Lerman: What do you prefer to do more, Track or Cross Country? Why? Frances Swanson: ... Read More »
How can students fight back against a growing culture of ‘alternative facts’ and a weakening department of education? With the confirmation that Betsy DeVos is indeed the next head of the Department of Education, many students are worried that the future of their education is in jeopardy. Those most at risk appear to be students in the public school system who ... Read More »
The audience at a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert is a lot like what I imagine the audience at a Trump rally would be: overwhelmingly white, with biker tattoos and facial hair in abundance. Ages ranged from indoctrinated children to people who had to consult their doctor before engaging in strenuous activities. “I’m excited too,” a middle aged man wearing ... Read More »