From Asia, with drums

Upon entry of the 34th annual Asian Celebration on Feb. 16 and 17, folks were struck by the potent scent of Asian cuisine. The stages throughout the Lane Events Center showcased an...

Museum comes to life after hours

On Feb. 21 at 5 p.m., the Museum of Natural and Cultural History closed its doors to the general public. Then, an hour later, the doors reopened to over 250 attendees...

Brewfest hops to the beat

Eugene’s local National Public Radio station, KLCC, will be hosting its annual brewfest on the Feb. 10 and 11. The KLCC Brewfest will take place at the Lane Events Center from 5 p.m. to...

Thousands of years with a modern flair

The Ragozzino Performance Hall showcased “Electra’s Oresteia,” the Lane Student Production Association’s most recent creation. The performance was shown four times over the course of the second week of February.

Listening to silenced voices

On Feb. 21, individuals of different ethnic backgrounds, occupations and ages gathered at the Lane Community College Longhouse to recount and listen to Native American legends. The event was organized by...

Drums, Dancing and Diversity

Lane's Native American Student Association hosted their annual Spring Powwow on Saturday April 2. This is one of the largest powwows in the Northwest, representing over 50 different native tribes. The event draws participants...

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...

Again they rise

Demonstrators with signs gather outside the Federal Courthouse in downtown Eugene to hear people speak during the Women’s March for Action on Saturday. Lane County women and their supporters gathered at the Wayne Morse...

Shake, shimmy and swing

Track Town Swing volunteers, teachers, and dance-attendees get together for a group photo near the end of Saturday night’s social dance. The social dances are a monthly event that are open to the...