Student Advisory Team: Know Your Rights and the OLCC

Phoebe Gresser /// Chief Justice Lewis & Clark students are known for their unmatched dedication to making positive change within our school, community and world. Lewis & Clark’s student government, the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC), is one of our on-campus organizations that gives the student a voice in how our school isContinue reading “Student Advisory Team: Know Your Rights and the OLCC”

The Weekly Bark – Feb. 11, 2015

50th International Fair The International Student of Lewis and Clark (ISLC) would like to invite you to participate to this year International Fair 50th Anniversary. We are in need of volunteers who could help for a specific region (dance, performance, cooking) or for the fair in general. If you have any questions or want toContinue reading “The Weekly Bark – Feb. 11, 2015”

Following Ferguson Grand Jury Decision, Students Organize On-Campus Protests

By John Rogers and Guadalupe Triana /// News Editor and Managing Editor Tuesday, Nov. 25 As anger, disappointment and shock spread across the country following the news that Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted for fatally shooting Michael Brown Jr., Lewis & Clark students this morning gathered outside J.R. Howard and draped Frank ManorContinue reading “Following Ferguson Grand Jury Decision, Students Organize On-Campus Protests”

Reed Voices Concerns Over Nude Tradition

ASLC discusses future of RKSK Initiation with member of Reed Honor Council By John Rogers /// News Editor On Nov. 6, the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark met with Lee Belcher, a member of Reed College’s Honor Council, to discuss the tradition of Reed students streaking on LC’s campus. Belcher was concerned about theContinue reading “Reed Voices Concerns Over Nude Tradition”

Dance Extravaganza 2014

Friday, December 5, 2014:  7:30pm and 10:00pm Saturday, December 6, 2014:  7:30pm and 10:00pm Welcome to the annual student choreographed-and-performed Dance Extravaganza! This innovative evening of student-choreographed and student-performed dance has grown from a group of 12 dancer/choreographers, to an event that, at its peak, featured seven choreographers and eighty performers, selling out all ofContinue reading “Dance Extravaganza 2014”

Taking Back the Streets

To make Collins View streets safe for bikers, Damian Miller and the student-run bike co-op stake a claim for a chunk of street fee money By Caleb Diehl /// Editor-in-Chief During rush hour, on the stretch of Terwilliger Boulevard between Lewis & Clark and SW Taylor’s Ferry Road, an endless parade of cars blocks theContinue reading “Taking Back the Streets”

Dining Options for Thanksgiving Break: November 26-30

Stock up on food! All dining options closed from Thursday, Nov. 27 thru Saturday, Nov. 29 Field’s Dining Room Closes after dinner on Wednesday, November 26, at 7 p.m. Returns for brunch on Sunday, November 30, at 11 a.m. Trail Room Closes after lunch on Wednesday, November 26, at 2:30 p.m. Returns at dinner on Sunday, NovemberContinue reading “Dining Options for Thanksgiving Break: November 26-30”

The OLCC is Under Your Control

Caleb Diehl /// Editor-in-Chief The Oregon Liquor Control Commission just won the power to control more than liquor. Now, they’ll monitor your weed as well. This time, however, you can tell the OLCC what to do. On Tuesday, voters approved Measure 91, making Oregon the third state to legalize recreational marijuana consumption and cultivation.The measureContinue reading “The OLCC is Under Your Control”

Law School Shuts Down Pro Bono Legal Clinic

Closure attributed to budget constraints due to declining attendance By John Rogers /// News Editor The downtown Lewis & Clark Legal Clinic, a source of pro bono legal services for low-income Portlanders since 1971, will close on Jan. 1, 2015. The Clinic was run by legal clinicians and law students enrolled in externships through theContinue reading “Law School Shuts Down Pro Bono Legal Clinic”