‘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...

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 Eugene Hack for a Cause is a platform for volunteers...

Titan receives national recognition

Destiny Stringer, a Lane Community College graphic design student, won second place in the 2017 Associated Collegiate Press National Award Ceremony for her double-paged spread in Volume 8 of The Bleed, an annual art...

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 Roboto in 2019 for Nintendo Switch and PC platforms. The action-adventure...
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Pulp becomes paper

Artist in Residence Hong Hong talks explains her printmaking process to a group of people during an impromptu workshop on a balcony next to Building 11 on Nov. 27. The Lane Community College Art...

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 that were shown at the opening reception of the “We...

Crossroads of cultures

An attendee makes a donation to the Chinese American Benevolent Association during the Lion Dance at the 33rd Annual Asian Celebration. “It goes to a good cause,” he said. The 33rd Annual Oregon Asian...

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. The event is centered around celebrating 400 years of Black...

Terry’s ‘Daydreams’ downtown

Terry Holloway works on setting up part of ‘Germ’ for his installment ‘Daydreams’ at the Eugene West Broadway Commerce Center. ‘Germ’ was inspired in part by Holloway's own relationships and feelings towards germs...