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 »
Undoubtedly, Japandroids ignored the narrative surrounding the trajectory of modern indie roc...
By Althea Billings In the final weeks of the fall 2016 semester, a special faculty meeting on the bu...
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 ...
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 »
“Always tip your bartenders,” Angel Olsen said as she greeted the crowd of the Crystal Ballroom after opening with “Never Be Mine.” Her band was suited up with bolo ties, and together they delivered a powerful set that was mesmerizing and full of energy. Watching Angel Olsen perform live is like drinking a cup of warm milk. You feel at ... Read More »
With recent religiously motivated attacks occurring on college campuses across the nation, we must maintain the tolerance currently practiced at LC Religious affiliation is, at its finest, one of the strongest uniting forces in many communities throughout the world. In its darkest and most confused state, however, it plagues our Earth with hate, genocide and holocaust. In many areas of ... Read More »
WHAT HAPPENED — Lewis & Clark College, the second best small liberal arts college in Portland Oregon, is in debt. Several reasons caused this unfortunate situation for the school, including, the rising cost of streamers for student clubs, the purchase of a grotesquely expensive and sometimes functional printer for Watzek and the ineffectual leadership of LC’s administrators and President for ... Read More »
The Lewis & Clark swim team started out the year with a record-breaking meet at the Northwest Conference championships. The meet lasted three days, ending with the Day 3 Finals on Feb. 12th. Claire Greene ’20, a new member of the Pios described the meet and ultimate win as, “a very confidence boosting…uniting experience.” Greene continued, “all of us have ... Read More »