‘Who is American?’

The fourteenth annual DisOrient Asian-American Film Festival of Oregon was held from March 14 to March 17 on the University of Oregon campus. Asian-American and Pacific Islander stories,...

Thanks for Giving

In Eugene, Thanksgiving is not just a holiday for families to spend time together. For many people here it is a day to spend time with the community. This year, almost 2,500 people congregated...

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...

A very twisted birthday

(Left to right) Nathan Dunlap (Stanley) sulks at his birthday party while Taelor Critchett (Lulu) and Brianne Orloski (Meg) enjoy the festivities during the play “The Birthday Party”. The Lane Community College Student Production...

Club council to host charity carnival

On April 18 and 19, the Lane Community College’s Council of Clubs and Center for Student Engagement will host the annual Carnival of Clubs. Games and activities will be spread across Center Plaza and...

Mount Pisgah hosts fungi

 

‘Yes, You Belong’

Tanya Crenshaw delivers a speech aimed to encourage women to pursue jobs in computer science. Crenshaw has made her living working in computer technology as both a professor at the University of Portland...

Ceremony honors american troops

“This is Memorial Day, and it’s never a happy day,” Christa Mode said. Mode, a former Lane student and Navy construction battalion worker, receives a hug from Veterans Affairs Certifying Official Stacey Vasquez after becoming...

Black excellence, intersectionality and community

Panelists Ratie Dangarembwa, Fatuma Gedi, Ayasha Benninghoven with Naomi Thornsberry on her lap, and Anetra Brown. Brown explained that discipline rates are worse for children of color, who get punished more often and...