Ramadan builds strength and community

Ibrahim Hameedah speaks to a crowd about the meaning and significance of Ramadan to the Muslim community. Hameedah moved from Bethlehem, Israel to the U.S. and now owns the restaurant Cafe Soriah in...

Faculty delivers epic performance; Art exhibit tackles difficult subject Concert wows with five grand...

Lane instructors raised scholarship funds while showcasing their creativity and a variety of skills at Piano Mania in Ragozzino Hall on May 6. The night began with five grand piano players pounding out Wolfgang Mozart’s...

May I have ‘Your Name?’

“Your Name,” the fifth film for director Matoko Shinkai, is about two high school students who suddenly begin to switch bodies. Based on a book Shinkai had completed a month before the film’s premiere...

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 on May 16. Eugene resident Belle Caracol, who was born and...

Public Safety Briefs (49-06)

Stolen Vehicle, Oct. 31, 12:01 p.m. Public Safety received a report of a potential stolen vehicle from Lot L. The unidentified student found his car in the third tier of Lot L and said he...

Warm heart and full belly

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 14. Mothers are celebrated in more than 60 countries, along with America, on the second Sunday of May. The countries of the former Soviet Union, United Kingdom and 22...

‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ summons a decent film

Ouija: Origin of Evil is a prequel to the 2014 film, Ouija. The narrative follows a single mother, Alice (Elizabeth Reaser) who works as a fortune teller in her suburban home with her two...

Students learn to lead at OSF conference

Lane sent 37 students to attend the 24th annual Northwest Student Leadership Conference at Portland State University’s main campus. The NWSLC ran from Feb. 21 to Feb. 23. Several schools from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska...

‘Why Him?’ fails to draw laughs

“Why Him?” stars Bryan Cranston as Ned Fleming, an overprotective father, who travels to Los Angeles with his wife, Barb (Megan Mullally), and son, Scotty (Griffin Gluck), to visit their daughter, Stephanie (Zoey Deutch),...