Monthly Archives: January 2014

Fencing group gains club status; ASLCC Senate approves $3,204 for equipment...

It’s taken eight months for Lane’s newest club to counter-riposte from its passé to get the recognition and funding it needed from the Associated...

Lane, UO harmonize for festival No. 9; Jazz-fusion band headlines event

Splashy cymbals and smooth melodies filled the ninth annual Oregon Jazz Festival Jan. 24 and 25. For nine years, Lane and the University of Oregon...

Student art show accepting submissions

The art department at Lane is encouraging students to submit their artwork for the annual Student Exhibition and the League of Innovations competition by...

Setting the bar high; 12 Lane athletes compete at National Pole-Vault...

Over the past decade, Lane’s pole-vaulting program has proven to be one of the best in the Pacific Northwest. Lane sophomore pole-vaulters Zach Olivera and...

Halfway home; Titans hold top spot in conference

The Lane women’s basketball team is first place in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges South Region. Although they are tied at 5-1 with...

Back in the hunt; Lane now 4-3, tied for third in...

With the first half of regional play in the books, the Lane men’s basketball team is thick in the hunt for a playoffs spot. The...

Transport fee goes under the microscope; Students to discuss fee changes...

The college’s $27-per-student transportation fee merits a closer examination, members of Lane’s student government decided at their Jan. 29 meeting. The fee, one of five...

Ferris Bueller had it right

Hard work, low pay and miserable conditions. College is supposedly he time of your life. Take a moment to appreciate it. These days it’s sometimes tough...

Blood Mobile pulls up to Lane Feb. 4

Lane will host a three-day blood drive beginning Feb. 4, when the Lane Blood Mobile sets up shop outside the Center Building cafeteria. The Blood...
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