The Pathfinder - Student Newspaper
What's New With The Pathfinder?
"ASLCSC hosts Jar Wars finale," by Mercy Okediji
"LC Hosts the Annual Craft Fair," by Madelyn Hutchison
"Press Conference Statement," by Staff of The Pathfinder
"Winter spirit overtakes LC Valley," by Alexis Johnson
"S.E.E.C Meeting Report," by Alissa Marsh
"Aquatic Center hosts Prehistoric Night," by Alexis Johnson
"University of Idaho, Moscow suffers from tragedy," by Ju Hyun Son (Jacy)
"Ask Dr. Pemberton."
"ASLCSC Update," by Nikolous Bertling
"LC Animal Shelter searches for adoptees, volunteers," by Alexis Johnson
"Maggie Stiefvater’s 'Bravely' Should Be on Everyone’s ‘To Read’ List," by Madelyn Hutchison
"Top eight movies of 2022," by Gracyn Richardson
"Tips and Tricks to becoming a Dungeon Master," by Josiah Eberly
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Be Paid For Sharing Your Voice
We're looking for student staffers!
Become a writer or photographer for campus' student-published newspaper, covering campus news and representing student views on local, regional, and national issues.
The Pathfinder is a student-run newspaper that strives to report on campus/student-related activities accurately and responsibly by:
- Providing fair and sufficient information to allow readers to make informed decisions.
- Serving as a forum for public debate and encourage dialogue among readers.
- Providing news analysis of complex issues to aid in interpretation.
- Educating readers about the roles of education, democracy, and free speech in a civil society.
Students write, edit, and layout seventeen issues of the student newspaper as well as submit various news articles to local community newspapers. Students will develop their writing abilities and editing skills by creating several articles.
The views expressed in articles, commentaries, and letters are those of the individual authors, and not necessarily the view of The Pathfinder staff. Responsibility for the content of The Pathfinder is not assigned to nor assumed by the publication's advisor or any employee of Lewis-Clark State College.
Join us for our Pathfinder meetings Tuesdays at 3:00pm in SUB/CSL 219.
Complete the interest form for more information.
Writers for the Pathfinder are paid per-word.
- 1-500 Words: $10.00
- 501-999 words: $15.00
- 1,000+ words: $20.00
Students can submit original photos with or without an article. All originally published pictures are required to be accompanied with a caption
- Originally Published Photos: $5.00 each
Like to draw and have a sense of humor?
Original Comic Strips: $7.00 each
Share Your Ideas
Everyone is invited to visit and share comments and ideas.
To reach the newspaper office for advertising information or story ideas visit you can make an appointment to meet with the editor or any staff member, by directly emailing the Pathfinder.