The Bleed in the lead

The Associated Collegiate Press has announced the Bleed, Lane Community College’s graphics design magazine, as a finalist for the national Pacemaker award. This marks...

Nintendo Signs Eugene Indie Game

On Aug. 31 at the PAX West gaming convention in Seattle, Doinksoft, a Eugene-based startup, announced that it will release a game called Gato...

Where the wildflowers are

Leisha Wood, a staff member at Mount Pisgah Arboretum, greets the Wildflower and Music Festival’s arrivals with a smile on May 20. Two...

‘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...

Talented trio of techs

Evolutionary Pull(bronze, granite, travertine)Doug Whiltshire Trinity, an art exhibit, is being showcased in the Robert Hall Gallery from April 30 through May 24. Works...

64 hours of coding

Conner Lindsley, Genevieve Mallins, Andy Darnall and Ash Levy present their final project for Hack for a Cause to their teacher Jan Halvorsen. The...

Lane students shine at art walk

“Queen of Wands,” by Frédérique Cháteau was on display at the First Friday Artwalk in downtown Eugene on April 6, 2018. Lane Arts Council...
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BSU continues dialogue

Eric Richardson, president of Lane County NAACP, gave a speech urging young leaders in the Black community to stand up and join the...

Ending Black History Month with a BAM

Lane Community College’s Black Student Union is hosting the BAM Slam event at the Longhouse on March 2, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m....