Meet the executives

Mattieson Parker votes during the 2018 student elections. Voting turnout for the elections was around two percent this year, almost double last year’s student participation. Between May 15 and 17, students at Lane Community...

“Finally, someone gets it!’

(From upper left to bottom right) Terrill Thompson, Zem Chance, Rose Downing and Trisha Driscoll perform in the 1998 play “Transfigurations” at Eugene’s Very Little Theatre. The play, written by Eliza Roaring Springs...

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...

First ever intersectional awards

Anna Scott, Project Coordinator at the Institute for Sustainable Practices, receives an award for her work managing energy and water resources at LCC. During her acceptance speech, Scott talked about the honor she...

Legendary environmentalist lectures at Lane

In an ever-changing world for activists, there are some who stand above the rest in the face of danger, and even the threat of death. With so many resource-based conflicts happening as well as...

C.A.S.A Pottery sale fundraiser

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Lane art ally soon to shutter

Friday, Jan. 8, saw the new year’s inaugural First Friday Art Walk in Downtown Eugene, which will coincide with a year of celebrations for the anniversary. The Jacobs Gallery gathered a large crowd for...

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...

Gala recognizes long-term employees

Lane employees gathered in the Center for Meeting and Learning to honor one another at the 41st annual Employee Recognition Gala on May 19. The gala recognized upcoming retirees and Lane staff members that...