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Lane hosts 3-day blood drive Collection averages 55 donations per day

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Transport fee goes under the microscope Students to discuss fee changes Feb. 5

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‘Breaking Bad’ actor visits Lane for MLK Day Esposito meets students, delivers keynote address

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Oregon author recognized in new film OPB streams Ken Kesey documentary

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Titans to host seventh annual Jam the Gym Basketball teams hope to attract fans, help community with fundraiser

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Lane women 4-1 after close call versus panthers Titans now tied for No. 1 in South Region

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Titans tied for third in South Region Lane has 3-2 record after two consecutive wins

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Politics in college governance system creates controversy Andrade removed from Diversity Council by union leadership

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NAACP march aims to promote change 300 march for equal rights in Eugene

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Default utility Image Leaked faculty safety proposal causes controversy Instructors negotiate for power to eject unruly students
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Lane second-year dental hygiene student Jessica Ostrander (left) describes the new dental clinic facilities at 2460 Willamette St. to Terie Stephenson (center) and her sister, Lynn Fogarty, during the grand opening on April 16. Presidential candidates begin campaigns, politicking
After completing the Color Me Rad run, the audience gathers around the stage for the final color bomb countdown April 12. Color run Third annual running event hits maximum capacity for runners

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