Abe Field

Cross Country seniors look back on four memorable seasons


By Abe Field The men’s and women’s cross country teams ended their season on Nov. 11 at Pomona College. The dusty race at the NCAA Division III West Regional Championships was the last cross country meet for the six seniors on the team: Kori Groenveld ’18, Amelia Jackson ’18, Jeff Mullins ’18, Blake Slattengren ’18,

Do we really need a bike share?


By Abe Field Just outside Templeton Campus Center and Tamarack lounge, a new bike rack housing 18 white cruiser bikes has been installed by a company called Zagster for a bike share program. LC already struggles financially this year, with poor retention rates and costly infrastructure upgrades looming, and does not need another failed program

Pioneers drop two in a row to Puget Sound and Linfield


By Abe Field The Lewis & Clark football team had a tough few weeks in their schedule, facing a resilient University of Puget Sound (UPS) team on Oct. 7 and 10th ranked Linfield on Oct. 14. The Pios lost to UPS 35-13 and to Linfield 49-14. UPS scored all of their 35 points in the

Sports commentary: Kaepernick controversy


For a player who was once drawing comparisons to NFL Most Valuable Player Cam Newton, it has been a long and graceless fall from stardom. After taking over for an injured Alex Smith in the middle of the 2012 season, he led the San Francisco 49ers to the two consecutive NFC championship games and the

On and off-campus housing issues


As many students look for inexpensive places to live on and around campus, Campus Living does not make it any easier or affordable to find on-campus housing. With summer vacation quickly approaching, Lewis & Clark students are stuck between a rock and a hard place to find solutions to the housing problem on Palatine Hill.

Men’s basketball seniors look back on their years at Lewis and Clark


With their defeat this past weekend against willamette, the Lewis and Clark men’s basketball team has been eliminated from playoff contention for the second year in a row. With this defeat, this year’s seniors look back on their LC basketball careers as they walk off the hardwood at Pamplin Sports Center for the last time.

Baseball team’s potent offense too much for George Fox


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,