ON NOV. 11, Professor of History and Director of Ethnic Studies Elliott Young created a petition to declare Lewis & Clark a sanctuary for undocumented people, which has over 1,500 signatures at the time of writing. Young got the idea after connecting with various immigration historians across the country. Colleges throughout the country have started petitions and declarations to become ... 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...
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Former Lewis & Clark student Frederick James Ryerson Jr. has been sentenced to 366 days in prison for a fatal hit-and-run incident last fall. The incident occurred during the early hours of Sept. 27, 2015. Ryerson, an LC student at the time, struck a pedestrian while driving in Southeast Portland and fled the scene. The pedestrian later died after being ... Read More »
In the Nov. 4 game against Whitman, the women’s volleyball team won 25-22 in their first patch. Sam Yorke ’19 collected three serves and the match ended with 23 point-earned passes from Mikayla Lopez ’19. “It was a great match, fought well by both teams,” said head coach Stacie Matz-Gordon, who has been working to fight the mental slump that ... Read More »
With any hit single comes the inevitable question of how to follow it up. This is the exact predicament oddball rapper/singer/dog-lover D.R.A.M. finds himself in on his debut album, “Big Baby D.R.A.M..” His double-platinum hit “Broccoli” was the indisputable song of the summer, and it shows no signs of slowing down now. The song finds D.R.A.M. and collaborator Lil Yachty ... Read More »
Lewis & Clark’s Women Ultimate Frisbee Team, Artemis, had a successful home tournament on Nov. 5. LC played Reed College, University of Portland and Portland State and won all three games. To accommodate limited field time and space, each game was an hour long instead of capping them at the standard 13 points or 90 minutes. The Ultimate Frisbee team ... Read More »
This season, Women’s Rugby has undergone a major change. Instead of competing in friendly local competitions as many club sports do, the women’s rugby team has moved into Division II. The team is now a part of the Cascade Collegiate Women’s Rugby Conference. The shift has changed things for the team. “Now that we’re in a league, the teams that ... Read More »
The men’s basketball team will began their new season on Nov. 5 with a loss against Seattle Pacific University in an exhibition match. The Pioneers lost 96-65 against the NCAA Division II side. During the game the Pioneers made 38 percent of their shots from the floor while Seattle Pacific made 52 percent. Markel Leonard ’18 scored 13 points on ... Read More »
The Pioneers led with a backline of mostly underclassmen to start off the game against Willamette on Nov. 5. The same formation they chose to run at their games from the weekend prior. In an effort to enhance the team offensively, Mackenzie Cornell-Maier ’17 and Isobel Fikso ’17 took midfield. “As hard as it is to play a new ... Read More »
As girls from Los Angeles, our opinions about rainwear are newly developed, but extremely strong. It’s that special time of the year again when we get to see poorly chosen and ill-fitting coats, muddy rain boots and matted hair around campus. To avoid judgement from yours truly, we highly recommend that you read this article — and please, don’t ... Read More »
LOOKING FOR A great place to eat a warm bowl of noodle soup at an affordable price, and only a 10-minute walk from the Pio stop? If so, you must try Luc Lac Vietnamese Kitchen on 2nd and Taylor. Don’t be tempted by the hundreds of other Vietnamese restaurants in SW Portland – there’s a reason why people wait for ... Read More »