Black arts festival unites campus

https://youtu.be/a4Yzj-wZnSg Not even the sun could outshine the 2nd Annual Black Arts Festival on Wednesday, May 18, outside of the Center Building. Crowds gathered from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. to enjoy music, dance, crafts,...

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...

The knights who say ‘tea’

Kurt Stuenroth and David Herzog, founders of Eugene’s Order of Steel, assume fighting stances in front of Townshend’s Tea House. The club routinely spars for the public in local bars and tea shops. The...

Highway to the Demolition Zone

Shannon Kohler obliterates a mason jar inside the largest room at Demolition Zone. The new Eugene business seeks to capitalize on the growing popularity of so-called “rage rooms” in the United States and...

Activist to honor King’s legacy of love

National political leader Nina Turner, a prominent advocate for Bernie Sanders during his 2016 presidential run, is the keynote speaker at Lane Community College’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The event is on...

New police chief promises new era

New Eugene Chief of Police Chris Skinner speaks to the attendees at his swearing-in ceremony. The former police chief of Richland, Washington plans to use predictive data analysis and community outreach techniques to...

Accessibility specialists extend campus reach

Center for Accessible Resources has experienced an almost 20 percent growth in the fall, and the office projects continued growth throughout the year. Accessibility specialists hope that a new office location Building 19 and...

‘Supported by listeners like you’

KLCC Program director Terry Gildea reviews the evening program with keynote speakers Tom Goldman and Jane Greenhalgh. Tom Goldman is a NPR Sports correspondent known for “Basketball: A Ticket Off the Reservation” that...