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Budget decisions looming; Oregon’s underprivileged groups seek more money

An estimated 300 people packed the Springfield City Hall Council Chambers on Thursday, April 23 for a public hearing with members of the Oregon...

Math-free degrees make sense; it’s time to remove obstacles to student...

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief The person most qualified to determine the nature of student success is the student. That's what lies at the heart of Lane's mission. Students...

Angels descend on Lane

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief "It’s acting. It’s not real. Honestly, if your moral fiber is threatened so much by touching the lips of someone of the same...

Making amends in Ferguson

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief The rioting aftermath and destruction of property in Ferguson is the focus of a commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas titled “Restitution not Retribution”...

People and wildlife in danger; speaker warns about electrical devices

Penny Scott Editor-in-Chief “In the mid 1990s, the FCC determined that cell phones are safe for human use," author and medical journalist Katie Singer said. She...

Student success goes on steroids; Underdogs set to win

“My last job, before I decided to go back to school, was digging graves in the graveyard where my father was buried,” said Greg...

Television isn’t what it seems; Mass media is not your friend

The following two questions aren't new — but they make a good point: What happens if you throw a frog in boiling water? It...

Council of Clubs financial dealings questioned; Student seeks help from ASLCC

Penny Scott Editor-in-Chief Fencing Club treasurer Carl Knoch expressed his concern to the ASLCC senate at their March 18 meeting regarding Council of Clubs funds appropriations...

Program cuts looming; Administration decisions getting pushback

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief It was standing room only at the April 8 Board of Education meeting when the Lane administration proposed eliminating the Electronics program, Automotive...

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