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Artist uses sinister and cute elements to convey interesting message
Photographer and LCC instructor looks back on his career
Bargaining agreement under review

Florida transplant seeks new path

Brandon Taylor Reporter Lee Martinez traveled the country practicing cosmetology before arriving in Oregon eight months ago. Martinez comes from a large hispanic family of hairstylists. He left Ft. Lauderdale,...

Freezing tuition rates to be focus of rally in Salem

Nicole Rund Reporter Plans continued to evolve for Lane’s participation in a student rally at the state capitol on Feb. 12. At the recent Oregon Student Association board meeting, ASLCC...

Owl-eating bear visits art gallery

Daemion Lee Reporter The exhibit in Building 11, called “Generous,” features a piece titled “Capacious” that shows a violent scene — an angry bear about to devour a group of...

Critically acclaimed, controversial play comes to LCC

Brandon Taylor Reporter About 30 people auditioned for Lane Community College’s spring production of the award winning play, “Angels in America,” but there are only eight parts. The play, written...

Photo exhibit brings together past and present

Daemion Lee Reporter Dan Welton recalls a time in 1974 when he was on the side of the road trying to take a picture of a flower. An elderly lady...

Unconscious bias can have negative impact

Daemion Lee Reporter Ants never sleep. True or false? Leslie Traub, nationally recognized expert in unconscious bias training, says the right answer does not matter. The important thing is who...

Community colleges shouldn’t be struggling to stay afloat

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief President Obama’s proposal for making community colleges free may never materialize. However, some good things may still come from it if enough people speak up. Quick to...

Battling the stigma surrounding community college; dispelling misconceptions about investing in the future

EJ Olson Web Editor At one time or another, most of us have been guilty of propagating some sort of stigma, either based on race, religion, physical appearance or something...

Spilde talks about class sizes

Penny Scott Editor-in-Chief About ten teachers met with Lane president Mary Spilde and other senior college administrators on Tuesday, Jan. 20 to air their concerns regarding last June’s bargaining agreement...

Upset and sympathy in teacher ranks

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief What follows are comments from three of the teachers who met with Lane president Mary Spilde and other senior college administrators on Jan. 20 to discuss increased...