US Air Force Jazz Band lands on campus

Members of the US Air Force Band of the Golden West, The Commanders, performed on at Lane Community College on Mar. 14, celebrating the men and women who served our country. During the concert, the...

Ramadan builds strength and community

Ibrahim Hameedah speaks to a crowd about the meaning and significance of Ramadan to the Muslim community. Hameedah moved from Bethlehem, Israel to the U.S. and now owns the restaurant Cafe Soriah in...

Dr. King’s voice still resonates

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Ceremony was held the evening of Jan. 16 at Lane’s downtown campus. The event was sponsored by Lane’s Black Student Union and Lane Community College. This was...

Combating addiction with compassion

Karen Freeman-Wilson, the current mayor of Gary, Indiana, speaks at Lane about improving access to interventions and treatment to combat drug addiction. “You need some opportunity for rehabilitation to address some of the...

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...

Tiny horrors at the Hult

Hundreds of horror movie enthusiasts and amateur filmmakers found shelter from the stormy Halloween night in the Hult Center. They clustered together, many in costume, buzzing with excitement for the viewing and closing ceremonies...

Definitive non-binary book released

Non-binary scholar and librarian Charlie McNabb will host an interactive book reading and discussion about the legacy and representation of non-binary gender identities in popular culture at Lane Community College on May 9. McNabb,...

NatGeo pro gives photography tips

National Geographic photographer and editor Krista Rossow discusses shooting at the “blue hour” during a presentation in Building 18 on Feb. 9. Rossow, a Lane County native who gets up early and goes...

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...