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LC Style: ASLC Boys


It’s late afternoon on a rare sunny day in Portland. Roommate, student and fellow photographer Cassie Broadwin and I stumble out of our room at approximately 3:15 pm, just in time to meet ASLC members Jensen Hsiao, David Shapiro and Lincoln David Boyd II outside of Holmes. Us two girls lead the boys down an

Store Spotlight: Table of Contents


Exploring Portland’s Best Style Outlets By Jesse Merchant /// Style Editor   Walking into Table of Contents, a Portland retailer nestled by the Chinatown gate, I immediately feel my mind clear. All around me are magazines and books, stacked neatly on the floor and on shelves. There are clothes hung perfectly equidistant on freestanding clothing racks.

LC Style: Ian Rex


      Rex (’17) pulls from minimalism, Portland streets, thrift stores, and advice from his mom to inspire and fill his wardrobe. By Demi Glidden /// LC Style Editor Rex is a biology major and dancer here at LC. He has subtle, but crisp style that pulls from all different sources of inspiration. Below, you’ll

LC Style: Proudfoot


One LC student came to this school and promptly fell in love with our unique style, so she started a blog. By Demi Glidden /// LC Style Editor An anonymous blogger started the Instragram @LCboots upon transferring to Lewis & Clark because she was inspired by the unique style of the students here. She says she’s

LC Style: Fall is here


This week LC Style is focusing in on one student who is ready for the change in weather. By Demi Glidden /// LC Style Editor Terra D’Antonio-Dudley (’15) is a self-described non-summery person and takes her aesthetic inspiration from fireplaces, rainy days, and fuzzy blankets. Though she’s from Santa Barbara, CA, she’s the perfect person

LC Style: Dorm lyf3


LC Style is featuring three of the best rooms on campus to highlight the ways students go beyond standard decoration, and make these rooms their own By Demi Glidden /// LC Style Editor Moving from away home, whether from Kentucky, like Lusi Lukova (‘18), or New Hampshire like Owen Ellerkamp (‘18), is a significant change