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These five furry (or slimy) pets bring life to LC


Have you ever been too shy to ask to pet that adorable dog on campus? Have you ever wondered how many cats lurk in the shadows of Hartzfeld Hall? Pets are not strangers to the Lewis & Clark campus, but many of us are not closely acquainted with one. Their lives are shrouded in mystery.

LC alum created change in Fields Dining Hall


Lewis & Clark alumna Haben Girma ’10 is widely known as the first deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School.  Deafblindness is a relatively rare disability that affects 2% of the global population and exists on a spectrum. In her own life, Girma can only hear some high frequencies and has a very limited

Templeton scheduled to undergo remodel, Zoom information session reveals details


Templeton Campus Center is set to be renamed the Stephanie J. Fowler Student Center after undergoing major renovations during the upcoming year. The changes were unveiled to students at a Zoom information session on Sept. 30.   The hosts of the information session included Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Robin Holmes-Sullivan, Assistant

Portland artist addresses cyclical nature of life, death in series of hands-on projects


On Sept. 14, Megan Hanley gave a talk as a guest speaker for the art department discussing her past and future projects. Hanley is a local Portland artist who crosses art with biology and geology by using natural materials in her art.  Hanley’s journey began after the passing of her grandfather, which sparked her interest

Takeout options needed for COVID-19 safety


Whether you are a new or returning student, eating in public is a big jump from where we were a year ago. Although the majority of the student population is vaccinated, new threats such as the Delta variant are still cause for caution. Lewis & Clark’s COVID-19 policy still requires everyone to be masked indoors,