Spirit of Thanksgiving alive in Whiteaker neighborhood

Penny Scott Editor-in-chief Thanksgiving dinner at the Whiteaker Head Start Center on Nov. 27 started early for some. At 8:00 a.m. early arrivers were given gifts...

‘Indivisible made us invisible’

Counter-protesters at the Women’s March for Action walk silently behind the large main crowd through downtown Eugene. A coalition of activists held a silent...

Anarchist promotes convergence of radical movements

Daniel Roark Reporter Approximately 50 people attended the event Another Politics on Monday, Nov. 10 at the Lane Community College Longhouse. Chris Dixon, author, activist and...

A panoramic celebration of Pan-Asian culture

The 32nd annual Asian Celebration was held at the Lane County Fairgrounds, Feb. 18 – 19. A diverse crowd filled the auditoriums for entertainment,...

Jazz bands strut their stuff; Music students perform for an enthusiastic...

If the Lane Jazz Combos show was any indication, the future of jazz is alive and well. The nearly full Blue Door Theatre hosted four...

Black arts festival unites campus

https://youtu.be/a4Yzj-wZnSg Not even the sun could outshine the 2nd Annual Black Arts Festival on Wednesday, May 18, outside of the Center Building. Crowds gathered from...

Lane looks at local artists

Local artist Katie Sanchez stands next to her art piece, “5th Street Blues.”. Her artwork, made using colored pencils, was one of many...

Don’t Stop Retrievin’

Maayan Kirtner, left, Aviv Kirtner, center, and Hana Belighl, right, pet Dory the terrier/lab mix for a stress relief event in the Center...