Daily Archives: May 22, 2014

Commencement speaker chosen for 2014 graduation ceremony; Students compete to address...

Alan Overwater peruses the library after winning the keynote speaker contest on May 19. Photo: Chris Piepgrass Alan Overwater, a 36-year-old Lane student who will graduate...

Fencing students need blades; ASLCC approves equipment funds

A request by Lane’s Fencing Club for $435.90 to replace six broken fencing blades was approved at the May 21 senate meeting after the...

Lane creates music industry leaders of tomorrow; Music technology lab helps...

Lori Hawley, a music technology tutor, began as a culinary arts major at Lane, but once she’d experienced commercial editing, music composition, mixing, and...

Lane dancers give audience The Works; Annual event showcases student creations

Lane dance students showcased their choreography, lighting and costuming skills in a three-day event at Ragozzino Performance Hall that began May 15. The Works, an...

Track teams take titles

For the second season in a row, Lane’s men and women have claimed the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges’ track titles. The Titans wrapped...

Budget officials seek more information; Students will only support $1.88 tuition...

Lane’s budget committee will meet at least once more to grapple with a $12.6 million shortfall in the college’s 2014-15 budget. Incoming student government President...

UO incident highlights need for Clery compliance

On March 9, the father of a University of Oregon student reported to Eugene Police that his daughter had been sexually assaulted by...

Hula dancers enchant students; Hawaiian culture preserved through dance

Two Hawaiian instructors, Kalimakuhilani “Kuhi” Southard and Christopher “T.C.” Southard, shared their art and their personal stories with approximately 20 students at Lane’s Longhouse...

Titans earn tournament trip; Beam, Goddard lift Lane to playoffs

The Lane baseball team has faced plenty of high pressure situations this season. Last weekend, the Titans saw their toughest test thus far and...
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