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Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
12:00 pm
Is this community active? I have housing questions.
I've accepted admission for L&C law school and in my eagerness to move I am looking for apartments and other housing option within biking distance (~3 miles) to the law school. My google-fu is failing me however—it seems that only the fanciest and most expensive of complexes have information online and it's taking forever to plot out distances from the school with the lesser places.

I'm looking for at least a one-bedroom that allows cats.

Any other law students looking for roommates (my boyfriend and I)? We are mature studious individuals with an ancient cat. Any other current students that can give me names of decent apartment complexes close to school? We are looking to move in the beginning of June, 2009.

I also ride and plan on bringing my horse with me to school. Any other equestrians in the community that have good/bad stable recommendations?

Thanks for the insight!

-1L, class of 2012

Current Mood: busy
Monday, October 23rd, 2006
7:01 pm
Lots of Prospie Q's, sorry
It is indeed a new year for admissions-and I admit to having questions. Please answer, oh ye experienced, so that I may learn from thee. Skip any of the ones that annoy you, these are not meant to piss anyone off or give me a 'head start', as was sugguested in another community.
-How forgiving did you find the application process? Just to help, I've taken 10 AP classes, and only 4 regular classes out of the 28 classes I've taken, and only have a 3.6 (weighted) GPA, though I'm making all B's so far; I'm still considered an Enloe failure at barely top 50%. My SAT and ACT scores are high, but I've just recently found my love of learning. Is 'self-discovery' time going to hurt my chances?
-Is it easy for a non-art major to take ceramics and photograpghy classes? Are these facilities open to all students, even if they're not in a class?
-How would a chem major describe the facilities? The teachers? The chem department's 'community' in general?
-What do you feel is the worst aspect of Lewis & Clark? Please break the veiwbook bubble! The more real Lewis & Clark is, the more comfortable I feel applying there.
-Are there any Enloe Alums who have attended school there? There isn't a network I am aware of to help me there-and when I say Enloe, I mean William G. Enloe in Raleigh, NC.
-How would you rate the medical facilities, and the security of the campus? (I know what's avalible, I just want your opinion of their quality.)
-Is it unusual for a dbl major to be passionate about two differant subjects-i.e., chemistry and history?
-How close is a decently stocked, low priced organic foods store?
-Last, and not relevent, are there any rabid Doctor Who, Firefly, Buffy, and various anime fans answering questions?

Thank you so much for your time! Have a lovely evening,

cross posted at lc_lj and lclj
Why does L&C have two active LJs?
Friday, September 8th, 2006
11:53 am
Oxygen Network Event Coming to
Hey Lewis & Clarkers,

I wanted to let you know about an amazing event coming to the Portland, OR area this Friday, 9/8. I work in the Publicity dept. of the Oxygen Network, the only television network owned and operated by women. We do a series of events called "Mentors Walks" where young women can meet with established women and pioneers in their professional field of interest. In the past we've had women such as Diane Von Furstenburg,Deborah Norville, and Meryl Streep serve as mentors to our young, female mentees. We're hoping to get some more Portland women signed up as mentees for this Friday's event so feel free register at the below link. Details are provided below.


Oxygen, the only television network owned & operated by women, has gathered some of today’s female leaders to participate in Mentors Walk: Bringing Along the Next Generation in Portland, OR. With the goal of inspiring future generations of women to follow and achieve their professional dreams, a notable group of women are making themselves available to you, tomorrow’s female leaders, for a once-in-a-lifetime mentoring opportunity.

When: Friday: September 15th 6:30 am
Where: River Walk Esplanade
Space is limited, register now at www.oxygen.com/mentorswalk
Saturday, May 6th, 2006
5:39 pm
Hello out there all you Lewis & Clarkers,

I don't know how active this community is, but if anyone reads this and is inclined to offer some advice, I would really appreciate it.

I am a prospective freshman for the class of 2010 (yes it's past the deadline, but I have made special arrangements and I have until monday to decide), and I am struggling to choose between Lewis & Clark and Reed. So, why do you love Lewis & Clark? Best thing? Worst thing? How devoted are people to academics? Do you guys talk about intellectual issues outside of class? How strong are the classes themselves? Did any of you apply to Reed as well, and if so, how did you choose between the two? Also, I know that L & C is a bit far from downtown porland, so does this present a problem for you at all? What do you typically do for fun? Are people active/socially aware? Thanks for any help you can offer!
Monday, March 20th, 2006
3:36 pm
hey you guys.

first of all, i am not so good with the internet and i accidentally clicked something about monitering this community? i don't know. whoever's in charge of this place is probably pissed. feel free to fix that for me.

so today i got into lewis and clark, which rules. i know that you probably don't like it when people are like I AM INTERESTED IN AVIATION; PLEASE TELL ME WHAT IT IS LIKE TO STUDY FLIGHT AT LEWIS AND CLARK, but i have a similar question.

i want to study english, specifically creative writing. i know lewis and clark has a writing concentration within the major--can anyone tell me what that's like/how good it is?

also, how intellectually motivated are the students? and how hard does portland rule? because i bet it rules really hard, but i've never been.
Thursday, November 17th, 2005
11:37 pm
Annoying prospie questions

I am a prospective L&C student! I sent out my application a few weeks ago, and while I am anxiously waiting to hear back, I thought I'd stalk this lj community, and maybe ask a few questions. Here goes:

1. Are any of you receiving one of the full ride or full tuition scholarships? Are they really hard to get? I would be crazy happy if I could score one.

2. Does it really rain all the time in Portland?

3. Lewis and Clark is one of the smallest of all the schools I'm looking at. How are you liking the size? I mean clearly small classes and more access to profs is really good, but is the social atmosphere ever stifling? Is it hard to meet new people?

4. Okay, this last question is going to sound nutso, but my mom is concerned that if I go to school on the West Coast, I will get the bird flu. Is anyone even remotely worried about that? My mom says since there are a lot of people coming to Portland from Asia, there's a better chance of a new strain starting out West, or something like that. Is this at all a legitimate concern, or is she just being neurotic?

Any responses would be really appreciated!! Thanks muchly.

~ Jessica
Saturday, October 29th, 2005
8:24 am
By Jean Genet
Directed by Stepan Simek

Fir Acres Theater
Nov 4, 5, 10, 11, 12
Curtain 7:30
$3 LC Students
$5 Non LC Students, Seniors, Faculty, Staff and Alum
$8 General Public
Wednesday, September 14th, 2005
5:33 pm
Volunteer meetings for International Peace Conference - Local and out of state volunteers needed

Volunteer meetings for International Peace Conference - Local and out of state volunteers needed

We greatly welcome the help of people of all backgrounds.

Updates for 9/14/2005 -

Thursday, Sep 15, Oct, Nov, and December 2005 Volunteer Meetings for planning the AWBC 2006
Volunteer Meeting on 9/15/2005 for AWBC

The next volunteer meet-up for the A World Beyond Capitalism conference:
Time and Date: 7pm-9pm, Thursday, September 15th, 2005
Location: Liberty Hall, 311 N. Ivy. Portland, OR 97202. Free vegan refreshments.

The volunteer meet-ups for the 2006 AWBC conference will be on the third Wednesdays of every month:

Time and Date: 7pm-9pm, Wednesday, October 19th, 7-9 PM, 2005
Location: Laughing Horse Bookstore, 3652 SE Division St.
Portland, OR 97202.
Free, light vegan refreshments.

Time and Date: 7pm-9pm, Wed. November 23rd, 7-9 PM, 2005
Location: Laughing Horse Bookstore, 3652 SE Division St.
Portland, OR 97202.
Free, light vegan refreshments.

Time and Date: 7pm-9pm, Wed., December 21st, 7-9 PM
Location: Laughing Horse Bookstore, 3652 SE Division St.
Portland, OR 97202.
Free, light vegan refreshments.

Bike maps with directions, bus information and detailed driving directions with maps (for local or out of state origins) are found on our website by clicking on the ‘volunteer’ link. We are coming together to volunteer for conference positions, submit conference proposals and to help make the conference as community inclusive and productive as possible. All meetings are suitable for the entire family. The bookstore has a children’s play area so you are welcome to bring your infant or children. We greatly welcome people of all races, ethnic groups and marginalized groups.

We greatly welcome the help of not only face-to-face volunteers but also volunteers who can only help from out-of-state, or out of country who work-from-home with or without the internet.

Love and Peace,

AWBC 2006 Organizing Team Members

A World Beyond Capitalism 2006
An Annual International Multiracial Alliance Building Peace Conference
The Common Unity Peace Conference

Main Home Page
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Archives of Conference Updates

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Thank you everyone!

Wednesday, August 31st, 2005
6:53 pm
Guitar, please?
hey - i would like to take the guitar class but i don't have a guitar so i'm looking for someone who has a guitar they're probably not going to use much this semester... i'd be willing to rent it from you for a small fee or i'll make you cookies or something... thanks :)
Thursday, August 11th, 2005
8:21 am
I've got this goddamned microwave I don't want anymore. It works. It's good for a dorm room. BUY IT.

ten dollars.

PLEASE. take it off my hands. PLEASE.
Wednesday, July 27th, 2005
9:13 pm
I've got a microwave I'd like to sell. It's white, in pretty good shape, fully functional, and small, perfect for a dorm room. I've used it for the last two years, but I'm tired of dragging it around. Right now it's in storage at LC, and will be available, if anyone is interested, on August 28th.

I'm thinking like... $15.00.

Either respond to this, or if no one does, stop by my room on the 28th sometime. Its the single on the middle floor of Platt West, farthest from the lounge.

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005
11:51 pm
Jason Webley Concert on Tuesday

february relaxing her fingers after a brief winter&apos;s grip

february relaxing her fingers after a brief winter&apos;s grip
Being an afternoon and evening
of fun, music and games in two parts.
More info here.

-Seattle, WA-
April 30
Part 1:
1 pm - Potluck Picnic
Woodland Park Picnic Area #1
$3 suggested donation
bring a tomato!

Part 2:
8 pm - Evening Concert
Paradox Theater
1401 NW Leary Way
All Ages - $9


Tomato Tour 2005:
Full Details here

May 3 - Portland, OR - Red and Black Cafe-*I know its during finals...but go anyway, it will be SOOO WORTH IT!*
May 4 - Corvallis, OR - Interzone
May 5 - Ashland, OR - Evo's
Tuesday, April 26th, 2005
9:22 pm
L&C 2009
Just wanted to share with all of you incoming freshmen: A new L&C LJ community has been set up for the class of 2009.


So head on over there and introduce yourself.

Saturday, April 23rd, 2005
4:16 pm
Tonight in the Chapel, 7:30:
from Korea
Traditional Korean Dancing and Music and Drumming
It's really really awesome.  I've seen a couple of their rehersals, and it's really worth it to go!
Wednesday, April 6th, 2005
9:55 pm
silly prospie question
No less than three people have made comments to me this week about L&C's repuation for weed. So i checked it out and L&C is #2 on the Princeton Reviews survey of pretty much all the schools in the States for "Reefer Madness". Slightly amused, I just wanted to see what some current students thought of that. Would you conside it to be a stoner school? Or is it all hype?
just curious,

Current Mood: bouncy
Friday, April 1st, 2005
7:14 pm

april 7, 8, 9, 10


Guilty Pleasures




King of Your Convenience

The Eleventh Hour*

Shows start at 7:30, at Fir Acres Theater

Tickets are cheap, like $3 or something


*I'm in these shows, actually ACTING again, so you'll see me, in real life, flesh and blood, ON STAGE! WOOO!!

11:09 pm
I just got accepted to Lewis and Clark and I'm pretty sure it's where I'm going to end up going.
Unfortunately, I havn't been able to visit - my boarding school is in switzerland and my parents live in Israel, so trips to Oregon aren't frequent. I was wondering about the dorm situation, in your opinions, which ones are the most laid back, have the biggest rooms, or the most parties? And how is the skiing/snowboarding at Mt Hood? Is it easy to get to from school? Thanks for any feedback.

Current Mood: chipper
Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
7:21 pm
Hi, i'm Dakota, and i am accepted to lc. i am going.
Sunday, March 27th, 2005
9:01 am

Okay, this is SO unhealthy. This is taking over my life.

Everybody I know has heard, BUT ME! Even another deferral heard -- BUT NOT ME! If i have to go to the University of Oregon, I just want to know..this is ridiculous. OY.

Okay, pathetic moment of my day yesterday: standing in the mail room for A HOUR waiting for the mail man to come. Yea, I actually did.

Current Mood: AHHh!
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005
11:18 pm
Hey there,

I hope it's alright to post this since I'm not a student or an alumni of L&C,but for three years now I have been posative that this is the college I want to attend (after considering other options of course)

So, next week I'm flying up to Portland to visit L&C with a friend, and I was wondering if there is anything we should be sure to check out while we're up there. We're going on an insanely long tour, but I thought I would post just incase...yea you get my point.
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