Student Health Services

Flu shots shoot blanks day two


STUDENTS WANTING to prevent seasonal sniffles may have to adjust their plans: Student Health Services ran out of the flu vaccine at the flu shot clinic on Oct. 3, causing them to cancel the clinic planned for the following day. The health center had ordered 70 doses of the vaccine, which ran out quickly on

Senior urges school to lower costs of STI testing


By PETER KRANITZ DISSATISFIED WITH the high cost of sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening for students at Lewis & Clark, Nora Sackett ’16 has been lobbying for Student Health Services to reduce the price. So far, Sackett has spoken to the Student Health Advisory Board and the Associate Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) Senate,

Daunting STI costs problematic for students, funding needed


Students call for more affordable reproductive healthcare on campus By NORA SACKETT THREE YEARS AGO, as a first year student at Lewis & Clark, I made my way to Student Health Services for the first time to get tested for STDs. Being a young, sexually active student, I wanted to be sure I was sexually