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...

Thousands of years with a modern flair

The Ragozzino Performance Hall showcased “Electra’s Oresteia,” the Lane Student Production Association’s most recent creation. The performance was shown four times over the course of the second week of February.

Workshop takes a stab at horror writing

With only three days to write, shoot and edit a short film, contestants of the 72 Hour Horror Film Competition are going to need all the help they can get. This may be why...

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...

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...

Striking a chord together

LCC’s Lane Chamber Choir practices “The Road Home” which they sang in a concert on Feb. 13. The concert featured songs from Cuba, Estonia, the Philippines and the United States. “Music itself is...

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...

‘Just try to understand what we’re dealing with here’

A killer who stalks with a rideshare app. Canvases painted with blood. A safe space for supernatural creatures. King Arthur and his knights fighting a pack of vampires. These are just a few –...

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...