Recently and without much fanfare, everyone’s favorite gap-toothed indie rocker Mac DeMarco released two tracks off his forthcoming album This Old Dog (out May 5). Titled “My Old Man” and “This Old Dog,” each is a glimpse into DeMarco’s changing lifestyle: the first demos of the tracks were finished just as he moved from New York to Los Angeles. Unlike ... Read More »
As many students look for inexpensive places to live on and around campus, Campus Living does not ma...
During his poetry reading at the Manor House on March 15, Derrick Austin revealed himself to ...
In the wake of the Trump election, Portland’s Resistance aims to connect the new anti-Trump movemen...
Nestled in a densely forested region of the Cascade foothills, lies a waterfall wonderland! Here, in...
As the first major fall on the Historic Columbia River Highway, Latourell Falls provides a stunning welcome for first-time visitors. Here, Latourell Creek pours off a sky high slab of layered basalt in a towering and elegant plunge. The sheer size of the basalt cliff that surrounds the falls rises to cathedral-like proportions and embraces awestruck visitors. Colorful lichens adorn ... Read More »
On Thursday and Saturday, the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, The Office of the Provost, the Campus Activities Board (CAB), the Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement (IME) and the law school diversity committee co-sponsored a listening forum led by facilitators Lee Mun Wah and John Lenssen of StirFry Seminars & Consulting. A spread of wraps, potato chips and cookies ... Read More »
According to the 2015 Association of American Universities Survey, 1 in 4 women experience sexual assault on college campuses. The true prevalence of sexual assaults, however, is not definitively known due to the deeply personal and traumatic nature of these crimes. At Lewis & Clark, this fear of reporting may be even more acute because of the small size of ... Read More »
Howdy y’all! Glad you’re with me today. The name’s Ellis, David Ellis, but you can just call me Lone Ranger from my good ole cattle days. I’ve been around these parts a little time now and I can tell you we’re in tough shape. Sheffield and those Reedie boys `cross the river sure hit us hard when they stole our ... Read More »
The Pioneers come back from a tough start to the season and win the series against their crosstown rivals As the occasional ray of sun cuts through the Portland fog on Palatine Hill, the Pioneer baseball team started their season amidst rain delays and cancelled games. As the Pioneers took the field once again, the team has had a ... Read More »
The Associated Students of Lewis & Clark Senate met in Thayer on Feb. 17 to discuss various issues on campus, inform the ASLC cabinet on the status of the ad hoc committee on diversity and to confirm Jaweal Hakoum ’20 as the final member of the Senate. There was no legislation brought to the floor. Black Student Union ... Read More »
Cheryl Glickman is a 40-something year old woman tangled up in loneliness. Phillip Bettelheim, the disgusting pedophile she thinks she loves, is in love with an underage girl whom Cheryl has never met. Clee, the 20 year old daughter of the couple Cheryl works for, has been camped out on Cheryl’s couch for months and is in no rush to ... Read More »
As an American student of international affairs and Russian, assessing where authoritarian societies draw their strength from has been a long-time focal point of mine. Safe in my liberal democracy, it was often too easy to dispassionately explore this question from afar. With the prospect of a nascent authoritarian movement in the United States, however, this question is now uncomfortably ... Read More »
Ever since I was a child, my imagination has populated dark places with threatening creatures and monsters. Of course, most of the time the creatures in the dark only existed in my imagination. In the jungles of Ecuador, however, a vast menagerie of creatures really do exist beyond the meager light of my headlamp, and my imagination is not powerful ... Read More »