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Art festival unites Lane community

On Wednesday, May 18, Lane’s Black Student Union hosted their 2nd annual Black Arts Festival that captured the attention of more than 300 wandering...

‘In search of the same dreams’

Jenny Chinchilla, guest speaker at the MIUSA Disabled Women's Day Celebration, speaks to a crowd of people about some of the triumphs and...

Lane students shine at art walk

“Queen of Wands,” by Frédérique Cháteau was on display at the First Friday Artwalk in downtown Eugene on April 6, 2018. Lane Arts Council...

Indie game developers come together in Eugene

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Political firebrand invokes Dr. King

Nina Turner, a politician and political activist with democratic ties, speaks about the power of love during the annual community celebration of Rev....

Classified staff rallies at board meeting

A group of rallying classified staff from the classified union wade into the Center for Meeting and Learning to weigh in on the Board...

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...

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...

Don’t Stop Retrievin’

Maayan Kirtner, left, Aviv Kirtner, center, and Hana Belighl, right, pet Dory the terrier/lab mix for a stress relief event in the Center...