The Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) have been busy facilitating and implementing new campus-wide projects, such as the Safe Ride Program and a survey titled “How to Make LC Better,” in order to further diversify and maintain a safe space for the LC community. Although the Constitutional Affairs Committee (CAC) and Student Advisory Team (StAT) have only had ... Read More »
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AFTER LIVING in Portland for a couple years, I’ve grown accustomed to the drastic weather changes. But just because the rain has started, doesn’t mean it’s all Columbia raincoats and Hunter boots. In fact, rain is the last thing on my mind when planning for my favorite holiday: Halloween. It’s no news that Lewis & Clark students take our Halloweekends ... Read More »
Looking into the politics of this election’s much-discussed fashion Over the summer, Hillary Clinton wore a Giorgio Armani jacket while giving a speech in April. The internet quickly responded, claiming that the jacket retailed for around $12,000, and was worn during a speech about income inequality. The New York Post can be credited with starting this initial rumor that ... Read More »
Lewis & Clark is known for being a politically liberal campus. Surprisingly, there has not been an active College Democrat organization for four years. This year, a College Democrat club has emerged and brought with it an array of ways for students to get politically involved. On Oct. 22, the club held a pop-up phone bank in order to help ... Read More »
We’re going to dance. We’re going to dance so much, you’ll get bored of dancing. If you haven’t heard, America is suffering from a presidential election right now. It’s been a doozy and we’re still in the throes of it, hacking up some pretty vile stuff and counting the days until we can get this out of our system once ... Read More »
She is ready to take on the tough Northwestern Conference. This coming year, the women’s basketball team is welcoming a new coach. Coach Pamela Findlay comes to Lewis & Clark with experience at Washington & Lee University as well as Bemidji State. Before she wanted to become a basketball coach, Findlay studied biology with plans to become a doctor. ... Read More »
On November 8, Lewis & Clark students registered to vote in Oregon will be not only cast their vote for the next president of the United States, but also for the next governor of Oregon. In a special election prompted by the resignation of Governor John Kitzhaber in 2015, the interim Democratic Governor Kate Brown will face off against Republican ... Read More »
The burn of Sanders’ campaign has faded, Clinton has become the obvious choice in these final weeks I vividly recall my location during this year’s Super Tuesday. I was on a treadmill in the grand city of San Francisco with CNN muted in the background, trying to contain my excitement and anticipation while awaiting the results. After months of ... Read More »
The 2016 presidential election could be considered rigged by some, but not in the way Trump has claimed. At multiple points in the Republican nominee’s campaign, the candidate has called foul play, asserting that many factors are conspiring against him. Based off different claims throughout Trump’s campaign, these include, but are not limited to: Secretary Clinton’s campaign, the media, specifically ... Read More »
A reflection on Blackness and Black womanhood in America, Solange’s third studio album rightfully exclaims, “Tell them niggas that it’s all our turn/This us, some shit is a must/Some shit is for us” on the thirteenth track “F.U.B.U.,” which features The Dream and BJ the Chicago Kid. Both a personal and collective journey, “A Seat at the Table” is an ... Read More »