Titans walk among heroes

The Eugene Comic Convention featured everything from art walks to celebrity signings, even some Lane Community College students showcased their growing businesses...

Feds spooked by kids’ litigation

Juliana v. United States was filed in 2015 by climatologist Dr. James Hansen and 21 young people aged 10-22, six of whom are from...

‘Good’ to go

In just over 30 minutes, the makeup of the Associated Students of Lane Community College Student Government was drastically altered. ASLCC Student Government Vice President...

What’s on your ballot?

Registered voters in Oregon received their ballots over the past week for the state’s General Election on Nov. 6. In addition to having a...

Will the classified union strike?

After months of failed negotiations with the Lane Board of Education, the classified employee union is preparing to strike. The two sides are debating...

Meet the executives

Mattieson Parker votes during the 2018 student elections. Voting turnout for the elections was around two percent this year, almost double last year’s...

Recognizing the spectrum

Known for blazing trails, Oregon was the first state to decriminalize marijuana; physician assisted suicide; and the first state to formally recognize a third...

Mims House legacy recognized

On Sunday, May 29, Willie Mims (81) unveiled a granite monument in front of his historical childhood home on High Street to a crowd...

Titans deliver 1-2 punch

Lane Community College’s men’s track and field program took home their sixth consecutive Northwest Athletic Conference championship, and the women came in second place...