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8th Annual Pio Fair


THE WEATHER ISN’T COOPERATING BUT PIO FAIR GOES ON!


Please join us from 4pm to 7pm in the Templeton Campus Center to celebrate Lewis & Clark’s 8th Annual Pio Fair. The picnic dinner will be in Fields Dining Hall and all of the student organization, department, and community partner information tables will be in Stamm. Our featured entertainment, Bear Mountain, will be performing in the Trail Room from 5pm to 6pm.

Come have fun Oregon style - dance, meet and greet, and eat inside while it rains!


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  • Kick off the 2013-2014 academic year with Pio Pride at the 8th Annual Pio Fair!
  • Enjoy a free picnic dinner and live entertainment featuring Bear Mountain!
  • Meet some Newfoundlands - L&C’s mascot!
  • Reconnect with and meet L&C students, faculty, and staff!
  • Meet student leaders from the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) and learn about what they have planned for the year and how you can get involved!
  • Check out L&C’s 100+ student organizations and several departments!


Pio Fair traditionally happens each year (this year we’re celebrating our eighth year!) at the end of the first week of classes. It’s our way of celebrating the start of the new academic year, and introducing students, faculty, staff and community partners to L&C’s 100+ student organizations…all while enjoying a picnic dinner and live musical entertainment!

This year, Pio Fair falls on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year and the beginning of the Jewish High Holidays. This is an important time for many of us and we respect any decision regarding participation.

If you are interested in attending High Holiday services, please get in contact Rachel Hirsh, Lewis & Clark’s Hillel Engagement Associate at rachelhirsch@lclark.edu or rachelhirsch@pdxhillel.org.



Student Activities is no longer accepting Pio Fair table

reservation requests for the 8th Annual Pio Fair.  



Here’s a list of student organizations and departments that have confirmed at the 8th Annual Pio Fair…

• Acabrella
• ACCION
• Admissions Interest Group
• Agape
• Aikido Club
• Amnesty International
• Animal Compassion League
• Anime Club
• Annual Giving/Phonathon
• Apocalips
• Art Week
• Artemis - Women’s Ultimate Frisbee
• Associated Students of Lewis & Clark
• Bacchus - Men’s Ultimate Frisbee
• Beekeepers’ Club
• Behavioral Health and Social Psychology Lab
• Bike Co-Op
• Bike Share
• Biology Club
• Buddhist Group
• BuildOn
• Campus Activities Board
• Campus Living
• Career Development Center
• CASCADIA
• Capture the Flag
• Chess Club
• Chinese Club
• Circle of Friends
• Classics Club
• Climbing Club
• Club Water Polo
• Coalition for English Education and Social Advocacy
• College Outdoors
• Columbia River Newfoundland Club
• Common Ground Pagan Student Alliance
• Dane Team
• Disc Golf
• Divest Coal Campaign
• Diving Club
• Documentary Action Film Club
• The Effect
• Electronic Music Club
• Entrepreneurship Program
• Environmental Studies
• Facilities Services/Parking and Transportation
• Fencing Club
• Feminist Student Union
• Film Club
• Financial Aid Office
• Fire Arts
• Fit Club
• French Club
• Friends of Tryon Creek
• Gaming Society
• Garden Collective
• Gender Studies Symposium
• German Club
• Go Club
• Greater Portland Hillel
• Gumboot
• Hackers’ Club
• Hands On Greater Portland
• Hawai’i Club
• Health Professions Club
• HHMI Student Outreach Teaching Team
• Information Technology - Client Services and Instructional Media Services
• Interfaith Council
• International Affairs Symposium
• International Students of Lewis & Clark
• Japan Club
• JOIN
• KLC Radio
• Lewis & Clark Bookstore
• Lewis & Clark Choirs
• Lewis & Clark Forensics
• Lewis & Clark Wind Symphony and Orchestra
Literary Review
• Literary Society
• Little Wars
• Mail Services and Copy Center
• Math Club
• Meditation Group
• Men’s Club Rugby
• Men’s Club Soccer
Meridian Journal of International and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
• Mock Trial Team
• Model United Nations
• MOSAIC
• Mountain Biking Club
• Mystical Groves
• Newfoundland Club of Seattle
• Newman Club
The New York Times
• Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement
• Ombuds Office
• Open Meadow
• Operation Nightwatch
• Paddle Club
• Pacific Northwest Newfoundland Club
• Parkour and Freerunning
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• Pep Band
• Physics Club
• Ping Pong Club
• Pioneer Crew
The Pioneer Log
• Pluralism and Unity Board
• Poetry Appreciation Society
• Politics Club
• Public Affairs & Communication
• Queer Resource Center
• Raphael House of Portland
• Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies
• The Rebuilding Center
• Roméo Dallaire Scholarship Committee
• Russian Club
• Sailing Team
• $ALT
• Senior Signatures
• Serious Club and SCRIPTed
• Service and Leadership Community
• Ski and Snowboard Club
• Society of Economists
• Spanish Club
• Student Activities
• Student Alumni Association
• Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
• Student Co-Op
• Student Investment Club
• Student Leadership and Service
• Student Media Board
• Student Support Services Board
• Students Engaged in Eco-Defense
• Swing and Ballroom Dance Club
• Third Culture Kids
• Ukulele Orchestra
• United Sexualities
• Veteran Services/ROTC
• Watzek Student Advisory Committee
• Wellness Services: Health, Counseling, and Health Promotion
• William Stafford Symposium - Stafford at 100
• Women’s Club Lacrosse
• Women’s Club Rugby
• Yoga Club
• Zipcar
• Zymurgy Club

as of: 9/4/13



Student Activities will do its best to honor all special setup and table location requests that were made when reservation requests were submitted.

Space at Pio Fair is very limited and as a result some student organizations, departments, or community partners may have to share table space.

If your organization, department, or community agency no longer wishes to have a table at Pio Fair, please notify Student Activities as soon as possible.

Click on the picture below to learn more about Bear Mountain!

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Bear Mountain’s electro/dance style blends syncopated bass lines and arpeggiated synth cords with live instrumentation and soaring vocals to produce a style that is unmistakeably fresh and powerfully captivating.

With a vocal timbre reminiscent of Ray Lamontagne, and an emotive, spacious sensibility in the vein of Damien Rice, Bear Mountain performs with powerful release and vulnerable honesty.



Please contact Student Activities at activity@lclark.edu for more information.

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