The Tommy John Surgery epidemic in the MLB and what it means. By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor Something alarming has taken shape in Major League Baseball. The number of pitchers requiring the Tommy John Surgery has risen dramatically. The Tommy John Surgery, originally performed by Dr. Frank Jobe on pitcher Tommy John, is a procedure that treats a tear ... 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 ...
National Basketball Association’s Draft Lottery needs to be updated By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor It is a considerably popular opinion that the National Basketball Association’s Draft Lottery is a flawed process. Many people have claimed that the league rigs it and that too many teams that do need help often miss the higher picks that could improve their squad ... Read More »
By Caleb Diehl /// Editor-in-Chief If students on the green fee fund committee took home any lessons from spring semester, it’s that one administrator can wield awe-inspiring power. Made up entirely of students, the committee voiced support for using student money to fund eight student projects focused on renewable energy. Presented with the applications, Vice President for Business and Finance ... Read More »
Draft dust-busting By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor Last week, the National Football League held its annual player draft, and this year was full of some wild surprises. All of the league’s 32 teams looked to improve their squads with the best talent that college football had to offer last year, and what a class they had at their disposal! ... Read More »
The following is the text from the open letter sent to President Glassner from the undersigned faculty of the College of Arts & Sciences regarding the incident last fall in Holmes Hall described as “racist chanting.” We the undersigned wish to register our concern about the incident last fall in Holmes Hall, described as “racist chanting.” We recognize both the ... Read More »
Faculty send President Glassner open letter as deadline passes for response to national free speech organization
By Tyler Wayne Patterson /// Web & Social Media Manager The deadline passed on Friday for President Barry Glassner to respond to a letter from a national free speech organization demanding that Lewis & Clark reverse the punishments of two students who used racist language at a party in Holmes Hall. Glassner and Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel David ... Read More »
Student-driven production exposes Lewis & Clark community to cutting-edge forms of artistic movement By Katrina Staaf /// Arts Editor Though lovers of dance abound on our campus, students have few chances to recreationally engage with the artistic discipline. Despite the Theatre Department’s dance minor and the existence of the audition-based LC Dance Team, student choreographers and dancers are not often ... Read More »
Launch into warmer weather with a diverse to-do list that will get you locally cultured in no time By Zibby Pillote /// Editor-in-Chief Katrina Staaf /// Arts Editor Guadalupe Triana /// Arts Editor It’s almost summertime, and life will soon be easy—unless you’re a brokeass college kid working to pay rent and support an array of unsavory habits. Regardless of ... Read More »
By Kaiya Gordon /// Features Editor If you’ve been to the top floor of the Portland Art Museum lately, you’ve seen them—tremendous ceramic busts, larger-than-life (one figure, a reclining female designed to be representative of “Mother Africa” is twice-life-size, in fact), gazing at museum-goers through blue, milky eyes. The sculptures, created by Seattle artist Tip Toland, are meant to portray ... Read More »
By Michelle Chernack /// Opinion Editor The semester is coming to an end. April showers are here, final presentations are around the corner, too many cups of coffee are being consumed and summer plans will soon commence. Say farewell to Lewis & Clark, but not before course evaluations take place. These are being distributed in all classes: seven questions regarding the ... Read More »