KT Kelly

President Barry Glassner assumes position as representative at NAICU


By KT Kelly /// Staff Writer President Barry Glassner has already graced the Lewis & Clark community for Sunday brunches at the Bon, but with his election as a national delegate to the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, President Glassner is now addressing the nation. According to their website, the NAICU “serves as

Gender Studies aims to generate conversation — not stagnate


Capitalism conversation started with symposium By KT Kelly /// Staff Writer On March 11-13, Lewis & Clark College will host its 34th annual Gender Studies Symposium, Material Conditions: Gender, Sexuality and Capitalism. This event, co-chaired by Annabel Carroll (‘15), Maria Boyer (‘15) and Karma Rose Macias (‘15), will draw connections from gender and sexuality to

First annual Middle East Symposium advocates for a potential minor in the field


By KT Kelly /// Staff Writer From March 4-6, Lewis & Clark College will hold its first annual Middle East Studies Symposium, co-chaired by Julia Duerst (’15) and Dina Yazdani (’15), to expose students to an interdisciplinary perspective on the Middle East. This symposium will feature Dr. Andrew Gardner, an anthropologist and professor at the

An International Fair to Remember: March 7


By KT Kelly /// Staff Writer Half of Lewis & Clark’s undergraduates study abroad, but students don’t even have to leave the campus to experience culture from all corners of the world. The International Students of Lewis & Clark will be holding their 50th Annual International Fair on March 7. The day will include a