Daily Archives: February 6, 2014

Sabbatical exhibition inspired by Italy; Lane instructor showcases art in Building...

Two large mixed-media pieces are hanging in the Building 11 art gallery, accompanied by a display of 102 photographs from art instructor Andy Salzman’s...

International dance performed at Lane

  Lane welcomed the Repertory Dance Theatre back to Building 6 on Jan. 28. “We’ve been coming to the Eugene area for the last couple of...

OSPIRG starts campaign to reduce textbook costs

OSPIRG began its campaign to reduce the cost of textbooks, #textbookbroke, with a kickoff event outside of the Center Building Jan. 27. OSPIRG organizer Adam...

Titans’ NWAACC fortunes fade following loss to Clackamas

After a home loss to the Clackamas Community College Cougars Feb. 1, the Titans have dropped to sixth place in the cutthroat Northwest Athletic...

Lane strikes back with win over Cougars; Second-half scoring binge turns...

The Lane Titans (6-1) were able to extend their winning streak to six games after outlasting the Clackamas Cougars (4-3) in a 73-64 win...

Top contenders take shot at playoffs opportunity; Halfway through the Northwest...

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Lane Community College Titans   (19-4, Conference) (6-1, Region) The Titans have proven that they are the team to beat in the South...

ASLCC appoints new senators to vacancies

Lane’s student government appointed Meg Geldart as its second senator this term to fill a vacancy during the Jan. 29 senate meeting. Geldart is working...

LTD donation gives Diesel Tech students hands-on experience

The newly branded bus donated by Lane Transit District rolled out in front of Building 1 Feb. 5 for its official unveiling. Ty Voltage...

Seahawks go big after rule change

Sunday’s Super Bowl represented much more than just the clobbering of the Denver Broncos and Bruno Mars’ flamboyant halftime performance. It represents a departure from...

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