Student pottery on display

Lane artist and student Rod Tisdale has ceramic planter pots on display in Building 11. The pots were made in Lane’s Ceramics Hand Building class over the course of three terms, between 2014 and...

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 the third year in a row that the student-run publication...

Workshop takes a stab at horror writing

With only three days to write, shoot and edit a short film, contestants of the 72 Hour Horror Film Competition are going to need all the help they can get. This may be why...

Cars, jars and silkscreen art spend a month at Main Art Gallery

On display in Building 11, the ceramic focused exhibit “Variations” features pieces from three artists: Fred Herbst from New York, Rick Love from Minnesota and Rob Beishline from Washington. The pieces feature a variety...

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...

Asian celebration prepares for thousands

A dancer in a Buddha costume poses with lion dancers at a rehearsal on Feb. 3. According to most versions of the legend, the Lion Dance Tradition began after villagers dressed like lions...
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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 older generation in spreading the awareness of the unjust condition...