A guide to the weight room: what you need to know to stay active


By CARLY CHELOVITZ Is the freshman 15 weighing you down? Are you looking for a way to stay healthy and fit on campus without having to join a sports team? Then the Pamplin weight room is the place to go. Equipped with treadmills, dumbbells, medicine balls, and so much more, this place offers options for

Making a Break for the Winter


Men’s Basketball Gears Up for the Start of Conference Play By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor The men’s basketball team is settling into the new season’s groove. Going into winter break, the team has earned a 4-3 record, good for fourth place within the Northwest Conference (first place is a tie between University of Puget

Pioneers Measure Up in California


Men’s Basketball Blasts along on a Wild Out-of-State Road Trip By John Trupin /// Staff Writer While most of the campus was curled up in tryptophan-induced doldrums this Thanksgiving break, the Lewis & Clark men’s basketball team (4-2) competed in the David Wells Classic Tournament in Claremont, CA. The Pioneers measured themselves against some of

The final spike towards the finish line


Volleyball gears up for the home stretch against strong opponents By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor In the face of tough conference competition, the women’s volleyball team is gearing up for their push towards the end of the season. Under Head Coach Stacie Matz, they face a tough schedule of entirely conference opponents, with four

I can dig it: Volleyball is set for the season


By Connor Laubenstein /// Staff writer Lewis & Clark’s most recent women’s volleyball match on Sept. 10 showed an unparalleled drive to win, character and gusto. The Pioneers won three of four sets to take the match over Northwest Christian University.  This victory propelled the Pios to a 6-3 record on the young season.  The

Eight questions about Bill Nye’s visit to campus


  What you need to know before the most popular scientist in the United States arrives By Caleb Diehl /// Editor-In-Chief Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill…For a day, college will turn into third-grade science class. That’s because Bill Nye the Science Guy is coming to campus on October 25. Bill Nye is coming, said