Jane Atkinson joined LC in 1978 as an Anthropology professor, and during her 22 years at LC she has held a variety of leadership positions, eventually leading her to her current title as Vice President and Provost. Atkinson’s long tenure and personal interest in the college make her a vital source when it comes to recounting the past 75 years. ... Read More »
“Bleak” and “wintry” aren’t usually descriptions that apply to my experiences in Ecuador. The jungle...
Undoubtedly, Japandroids ignored the narrative surrounding the trajectory of modern indie roc...
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 ...
Brian Lindstrom, a Portland native, Lewis & Clark graduate, and prominent cinéma vérité filmmaker recently returned to his old campus for a screening of his work, “Finding Normal,” a film exploring drug use and rehabilitation in the Portland area. The Pioneer Log interviewed him, along with friend and significant figure in the movie, David Fitzgerald, on life, the role of ... Read More »
At 6:00a.m. on a weekday, most of us at Lewis and Clark College remain hidden under a warm protective layer of blankets and top sheet, dreading the inevitable. The Pioneers Rowing team, on the other hand, are different. While we are fighting daybreak, you can find them perfecting their technique atop the choppy winter waters of the Willamette River, ... Read More »
The Supreme Court will hear a case in late March regarding the bathroom rights of transgender students throughout America. Their ruling may mirror many of the most important decisions our Court has made throughout American history The Supreme Court represents the most powerful judicial body in the United States. Consequently, their rulings often embody questions of constitutionality upon the most ... Read More »
Divestment is the opposite of investment. The strategy was used to rein in tobacco companies, to dismantle apartheid in South Africa and now is being employed to weaken the fossil fuel industry. Instigated in 2011 by college students, the divestment from fossil fuels movement has now gained global momentum; inspiring not only colleges, but retirement funds, medical institutions, cities, individuals ... Read More »
Nestled in a densely forested region of the Cascade foothills, lies a waterfall wonderland! Here, in Silver Falls State Park, the North and South Forks of Silver Creek plummet over ten deafening falls that can all be reached in one loop hike. This “Trail of Ten Falls” passes a seemingly never ending series of striking falls, each one so different ... Read More »
A lot of people who grow up in liberal echo chambers like Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles have also grown up in a liberal family. Now they are at Lewis & Clark which is, if anything different, probably more liberal than where they came from. In contrast, my family is actually pretty conservative, despite being from the ... Read More »
While LC trumpets the value of studying abroad, those who cannot participate feel alienated Waiting for the Pio on the first day of the semester, I clutched my brand new notebook against my chest and huddled beneath the exit roof of PSU’s Shattuck Hall. Alongside me were a few other Lewis & Clark students dodging a searingly cold rain ... Read More »
In their meeting held on March 2, the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) welcomed the student representative to the presidential search committee, Tiffany Farmer ’18. Farmer is the only student on the search committee and is responsible for representing the voice of the student body. “I want everyone to help me figure out what the future of Lewis ... Read More »
On Saturday, March 4 the International Students of Lewis and Clark (ISLC) held the college’s 52nd International Fair. The theme of the fair was “Spring Festivity.” The fair was organized largely by Kodai Kubota ’19, along with the help of Bridgette Flaherty and students who served as region chairs. The planning for the event had been in the works for ... Read More »