Alan Finn

Budget debunked: reallocations remedy as usual, larger trends threaten forecasting


In the final weeks of the fall 2016 semester, a special faculty meeting on the budget was held to discuss priorities in light of the budgetary shortfall. The budget process is usually a project for the Dean, the Financial Office and the faculty Budget Advisory Committee (BAC), so it was odd that the faculty was

Budget shortfall fuels fresh fears


DON’T PANIC: Lewis & Clark isn’t going broke. Rumors have been circulating that this year’s smaller freshman class will cause significant budget cuts for several aspects of campus life. However, according to the LC financial office, these rumors don’t reflect what is actually happening. It is true that this year’s freshman class is significantly smaller