Daily Archives: April 17, 2014

Senator announces resignation; Gomez plans departure after outburst

One week after student senator Francisco “Kiko” Gomez had an outburst during a meeting, he said he planned to leave the Senate during its...

Community supports Eugene Public Library; 36th annual book sale at Lane...

The Lane Events Center was consumed with books April 12 and 13 for Friends of Eugene Public Library’s 36th annual Book Sale. Ian McVay, an...

Sol Seed shines at Cozmic

On April 11 at Cozmic in Eugene, there was a full house for the CD release party from locally based reggae-fusion band Sol Seed....

Lane sweeps Clackamas in four-game series; Jarren Goddard lifts Titans over...

The Titans beat the Clackamas Community College Cougars in both games of their April 11 doubleheader in Eugene. Sophomore Jarren Goddard’s walkoff home run...

Titans impress, show improvement at Chico Twilight; Athletes prepare for Hayward...

After a solid showing at the Linfield Invitational in McMinnville, the Titans traveled down to Chico, Calif. to compete in the Chico Twilight. In this...

Chairwoman gets tough with delinquent clubs; Two clubs lose voting rights

At the Council of Clubs meeting on April 15, chairwoman Brandi Hoskins suspended the voting rights of the Table Tennis and French clubs. According to...

Downtown campus hosts local gaming event; Students present gaming ideas

Local gaming company Oreganik hosted an event for students and local gaming enthusiasts at Lane’s downtown campus on April 4. The event attracted 26 registered...

Ellis ratified as new vice president

Members of the student government senate appointed former Senator Rebekah Ellis to replace Vice President Anayeli Jimenez, who hasn’t attended senate meetings since March. Ellis...

Chess Club revived with new potential; Members playing on paper boards,...

As spring welcomes back the blossoms and warm breeze, Karlie Schwartzwald has brought the Chess Club back to Lane. The Associated Students of Lane Community...
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