Associate Professor of Psychology Jerusha Detweiler-Bedell was appointed as interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Read More »
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Baseball and softball seniors say their farewells to Lewis & Clark Compiled by Lauren Achée /// Sports Editor Designed by Tyler Wayne Patterson /// Web & Social Media Manager To view this interactive feature, click here. Read More »
By Drake MacFarlane /// Backdoor Editor We all remember the trials of the SAT (or the ACT if you were one of those students) during our junior and senior years of high school. Taking the test was an annoying, day long process, and involved a plethora of irrelevant or antiquated questions to answer. The results of this test were the ... Read More »
By John Rogers /// Staff Writer Sitting on South Campus on Monday night, watching the eclipse, I experienced a feeling that I have rarely felt during my time at Lewis & Clark. As students laughed and talked, using the astronomical anomaly as an excuse to escape a dull Monday evening, I felt a connection and sense of community with my ... Read More »
With Dean of the College Tuajuanda Jordan leaving the school, Lewis & Clark should search within its own community and amongst the current faculty to fulfill that position. By Caleb Diehl and Zibby Pillote /// Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief With four deans chosen in the last five years, Lewis & Clark needs to give serious thought as it parts with ... Read More »
Natalie Levy works with Zambian national team By Maddie Lee /// Staff Writer The Under-17 Women’s World Cup was held in Costa Rica this March, and LC soccer player Natalie Levy (’14) was flown in to be with the Zambian soccer association. She was part of the delegation that walked in the opening ceremony and she stayed to watch Zambia’s ... Read More »
Dec: The Northwestern University Union, its origins and implications. By Peter Melling /// Staff Writer The holes have started to emerge in the cracked façade of the NCAA. In an unprecedented move in college athletics, a group of football players from Northwestern University have attempted to form a union and become recognized as school employees with all the benefits that ... Read More »
Dear Senior Class: We as members of the Senior Experience Student Planning Committee write to you concerning the alarming incident that occurred last Friday at the end of our inaugural Senior Boat Cruise on the Portland Spirit. Just minutes before the boat was scheduled to return to the dock, two student passengers were discovered in the Willamette River near the ... Read More »
By Katrina Staaf /// Arts Editor Last Friday night, David Salkowski (’14) watched over a diverse array of fellow student musicians (and a few faculty members) as they performed his compositions in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel. This piece—featuring Salkowski on euphonium—conveyed his interpretations of three literary figures from David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest. The fatally seductive Joelle van Dyne ... Read More »