Kamryn Ford

Men of Color Collective provides a sense of community for athletes


The Men of Color Collective has officially kicked off their series of events for the year with “The Locker Room,” a panel that was hosted on Nov. 21. Billie Sheikh ’24, a member of this year’s leadership team, hosted over 20 students and provided them with the opportunity to speak to two alumni and coaches

Joe Becker will retire at spring semester’s end


After serving Lewis & Clark for 20 years, Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Communications Joe Becker will retire at the end of the Spring 2021 semester. Becker is primarily responsible for the increase in media coverage and representation of the school on both an international and national level in his department. Becker has

College Outdoors shifts focus to removal of Tryon’s invasive ivy


The local species of English and Irish ivy in Portland have long reigned as one of the most invasive plants in the area. You can often spot it around campus covering the forest ground, or even climbing and suffocating some of the larger trees. For College Outdoors (CO), the fight against ivy has been a

Rory Bialostosky ’22 becomes city councilor

Rory Bialosotsky poses for a portrait in the gardens by Frank Manor House.

After months of passionate campaigning, Rory Bialostosky ’22 defeated nine other candidates for a seat on the city council of West Linn, Oregon. The Lewis & Clark student has created a name for himself in the community as a competent leader and politician. On Nov. 3, as he took his first steps into his new