Jazz ensemble gets second chance to blow their horns Lane student...

Lane’s Jazz Month began with the Jazz Ensemble’s rescheduled December performance, which was cancelled due to weather conditions, on Jan. 10 at the Building...

Master Recycler program helps cities go green; Kelly Bell looks to...

In the 13 years since the Master Recycler program has been in Eugene, green has gone viral.The program has turned 700 volunteers into knowledgable...

Food pantry opens, gives to students; Organizer: 65 to 75 percent...

Lane’s new food pantry for students has opened and will give food away Nov. 21 and 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The...

Public Safety Briefs (49-06)

Stolen Vehicle, Oct. 31, 12:01 p.m.Public Safety received a report of a potential stolen vehicle from Lot L. The unidentified student found his car...

Lane harvests fundraiser dinner

The Lane Foundation raised $134,133 at its Oct. 30 Harvest Dinner in the Center for Meeting and Learning.Added to the $162,513 raised from sponsors...

SALT to heal financial wounds

In response to a rapidly changing financial landscape that could put Lane’s ability to offer its students federal loans in jeopardy, the school has...

OSPIRG, Lane Transit team up to raise recycling awareness

Lane Transit District and Oregon Students Public Interest Research Group are teaming up for a campaign promoting recycling awareness initiative at LTD bus stops...

Masonic cemetery offers portal to the past

Eugene Masonic Cemetery, located at the intersection of University Street and 25th Avenue in Eugene, was established in 1859. Masonic cemetery is the burial...

Israeli Defense Forces veteran shares perspective

Yaara Tal is a 22-year-old Israeli Defense Forces veteran attending Lane as part of the Peace Makers Project.Tal, who served as an observer in...