As the 2015 spring semester at Lewis and Clark Community College concludes, many students have begun planning what courses they wish to enroll in next semester. However, some offered classes aren’t well-known to the student population.
Both students and visitors have difficulties with locating their destinations due to the lack of wayfinding signs on the Lewis and Clark campus. The Student Government Association (SGA) has a plan in place to cutback on wandering time.
Lewis and Clark Community College offers a total of 10 varsity sports, and currently 17 different student clubs and organizations to participate in, intramural sports is not among the available options.
Eunice Smith Elementary School students united together with Lewis and Clark Community College’s YouthBuild organization to create buddy benches, in a hope to build companionship and a neighborly atmosphere among students.
Swinging back around this March 27 to Lewis and Clark is the 8th annual trebuchet competition. Teams of high school students from the local area come together to show off their mastery of math and medieval weaponry.
Luke Jumper, assistant professor of Drafting & Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Technology, is working towards providing a new way to help Lewis and Clark CAD students further understand architecture, as well help express creativity through 3D printing.
On April 7, the city of Ferguson, Missouri held its elections for City Council. Doyle McClellan, a Lewis and Clark Assistant Professor of Computer Network Security and Administration, was in the running for City Ward #1.