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...

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 presents First Friday ArtWalks, year-round art tours that visit multiple...

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,...

A Mission of Mirth

Held in the back parking lot behind Valley River Center, the Eugene Food Truck Fest drew in crowds on Saturday that exceeded the venue’s expectation of ten thousand people. Hosted by the Eugene Mission...

Listening to silenced voices

On Feb. 21, individuals of different ethnic backgrounds, occupations and ages gathered at the Lane Community College Longhouse to recount and listen to Native American legends. The event was organized by...

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...

Past loved ones remembered, life celebrated

MEChA, The Chicano Student Movement of Aztlản, will be hosting its annual Day of the Dead celebration. The event will take place 11 a.m. through 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1 and Wednesday, Nov....