Self-care on campus

Lisa Sanphillippo, Writer

April 24, 2019

It’s almost the end of the spring semester and, of course, I decided to take on seven extra tasks that are all due in May. I’ve got a speech coming up and a math test and my work is stupid right now and I’ve got to decide...

The importance of liberal arts

Douglas Cowdrey, Writer

April 24, 2019

Today I was thinking about careers and generally how liberal arts careers are often viewed as less important than Science, Technology, Engineering & Math fields. This is not a pretentious jab at STEM careers or a millenialistic...

Staff Spotlight: Professor Claire Davis

Sherry Bonner, Writer

April 24, 2019

Professor Claire Davis joined the English department of LCSC in 1994, shortly after receiving her MFA from the University of Montana, as an adjunct professor. Her skills and inspiring teaching style soon earned her a tenured position...

Humans of LCSC: Andrea Schmecker

April 22, 2019

Andrea Schmecker: When I was 12 years old, I was nearly paralyzed in a tubing accident. It was a cold and snowy day. It was an event for my church, and it was a lot of fun until the accident. I had my turn going down the hill...

‘The Hate U Give’ challenges and entertains

Lisa Sanphilippo, Writer

April 22, 2019

Angie Thomas’s first novel, “The Hate U Give,” spent 110 weeks on the New York Times bestseller young adult hardcovers book list according to noted it was also on the American Library Association’s...

The Warrior’s Store: Where munchies and management meet.

Sherry Bonner, Writer

April 22, 2019

Tucked away on the second floor of the Sam Glenn Complex is a small oasis known as the WARRIORS Store. Formally known as the Snack Shack, this little haven offers LCSC apparel, Pepsi brand drinks, candy and snacks, frozen food...

In the eye of the beholder: Student artwork to be on display during the Dogwood Festival

April 12, 2019

Art from LCSC students and local elementary and high school student is being exhibited through April at the LCSC Center for Arts & History, located at 415 Main Street in Lewiston. An artist reception will take place on April...

Humans of LCSC: Tanner Landrus

Dan Blake, Writer

April 12, 2019

Tanner Landrus: “I first met the girl who would become my future girlfriend on the first day of seventh grade. We were both in band class together, and I sat next to her. We never spoke too much at first, but over time we began...

‘The Royal Ooze’ gives self-publishing a bad name

Hannah Mitchell, Editor

April 12, 2019

I was drawn to Ian Rodgers’ book “A Princess and an Ooze” because I needed something to break up the monotony of peer-reviewed journals and textbooks. The story seemed whimsical and light-hearted. The fantasy world seemed...

Humans of LCSC

David Claiborne, Writer

April 12, 2019

Alfonso Davalos: There are many things in this world that attract people’s attention, but for me, I am attracted to the stunning beauty of Europe. I wish that one day I would be able to walk the streets of a Rome being able...

‘Us:’ a disturbingly intelligent horror thriller

Douglas Cowdrey

April 12, 2019

Note: It is best to see this movie with limited previous knowledge, so this review will be as vague and brief as possible to maximize your experience in the theater and limit the potential for guessing spoilers. Written, directed...

Finding birds of a feather: developing community in the LC Valley

Tony Murillo, Writer

April 12, 2019

My sister lives right outside Los Angeles. She grew up in the Lewis Clark Valley before moving to Arizona for college and finally moving to California for her career. During her last visit, we had a thorough talk about the valley. I...