Down but not out

A lot of people have asked Josh Peterson why he calls this his comeback season. After all, he is not recovering from a sports injury, which is what most people think about...

Lane reaches fifth Final Four in six years

The anticipated matchup between the Lane Titans and Umpqua Riverhawks was postponed due to snowy conditions in Lane County. As the days went by, the anticipation amplified. The game was rescheduled for...
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Students and staff speak out on proposed changes to campus services, tuition increase

On March 14, the Lane Community College Board of Education held their monthly public meeting to decide the fate of the Titan Bookstore, Food Services and a proposed tuition increase of $6...

‘Til the bitter end

Since losing to Umpqua, the Lane women have accumulated a six-game win streak, clinching a playoff berth. Sitting firmly in first place, the Titans control their own fate heading into the postseason....

From Asia, with drums

Upon entry of the 34th annual Asian Celebration on Feb. 16 and 17, folks were struck by the potent scent of Asian cuisine. The stages throughout the Lane Events Center showcased an...
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Marching for education

Governor Kate Brown has been facing criticism for her new plans to lower state funding for community colleges. Educators from across Oregon gathered at the feet of the State...

Lane maintains dominance

The Titans took full advantage of home court on Feb. 11, making easy work of their opponents. The Clark Penguins put up 54 points over four quarters, but Lane had 59 points...

Oregon Senate sides with renters

Renters and college students locked horns with landowners over Senate Bill 608, a rent control measure. The bill passed 17-11 on Feb. 12. Although the bill was passed through...

A week of activism

The media these days can make us feel like we are at that moment before the dawn when everything starts to fall apart. It’s important to remember that citizens can show the...