Students lobby for OLCC change at Capitol


By Drake MacFarlane /// News Editor Lewis & Clark students who fear late night Oregon Liquor Control Commission abuses will soon see potential for reform. Associated Students of Lewis & Clark Chief Justice Phoebe Gresser (’16) and Senator Nick Lesage (’17) traveled to Oregon’s capitol hill in Salem to promote changing the laws regarding OLCC

The OLCC is under your control


Caleb Diehl /// Editor-in-Chief The Oregon Liquor Control Commission just won the power to control more than liquor. Now, they’ll monitor your weed as well. This time, however, you can tell the OLCC what to do. On Tuesday, voters approved Measure 91, making Oregon the third state to legalize recreational marijuana consumption and cultivation.The measure

The Pioneer Log sizes up ASLC presidency


It’s midterm time for all of us, including ASLC President Lincoln Boyd By Caleb Diehl /// Editor-in-Chief Lewis & Clark students have a volatile relationship with their ASLC president. Last spring, through a recall election, students ousted former Associated Students of Lewis & Clark President Callie Rice (’14). They gathered 100 signatures on a petition

Campo drafts new partnership with OLCC


By John Rogers /// Staff Writer Later this year, Lewis & Clark College plans to put their agreement and proposed relationship with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission on paper. For the past decade, the College has maintained a signed partnership between Campus Safety staff, the Portland Police Bureau, the Multnomah County Neighborhood District Attorney and the

ASLC hosts open forum on student rights


By Joey Carmichael /// News Editor Lewis & Clark students are concerned about their rights. Last year, it was OLCC officers knocking on dorm-room and off-campus doors. This year, it’s the Rusty Nail shutdown and Reed College warning LC interlopers to keep out. In addition, students want to know the extent to which they can