Not without a purpose, not without a fight

TTacked up on the wall of my newsroom office is a printed copy of the first edition of The Liberator, the anti-slavery newspaper written and published by the famed abolitionist and my...

Another door opens

As a reporter, a full-time worker and full-time student I had to push myself this year to handle more responsibilities than I have ever had before. I spent my first 24 years...

ELECTION 2019: Meet the Candidates for Student Government and the SAFC

“Although I battled to reach this point of my life,” Nacoulma wrote in his campaign statement. “I am grateful and give credit to the people who have lifted my voice and have had my back when my words weren’t enough. Today, I am running to represent your voice.”

‘We must do better’

Swaths of red shirts swirled in front of the Center Building at Lane Community College, chatter energizing the sunny atmosphere. Laptops lined the edge of a long table; students took their turns...

Campus decaffeinated

Blenders, the only coffee shop at Lane Community College, will be leaving after June 30 as part of the outsourcing of the school’s Food Services, currently run by David Ferris, which have...

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...

‘Just like heaven’

TheXplodingboys’ bassist, Michelle Pecchia finds her groove during her band’s performance at Old Nick’s Pub. The band performed The Cure’s 1985 album “The Head on the Door” in its entirety, as well as...

Convicted Instructor Returns

A former priest and Lane Community College instructor convicted on three counts of sex solicitation is teaching classes again this fall. Daniel Mackay was convicted on three counts of sex solicitation – a misdemeanor in...

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...