Vietnamese storyteller promotes peace; Surrounded by killing in childhood, Mahoney teaches lessons about positivity

Approximately 20 students gathered in a circle around visiting storyteller Tinh Mahoney in the Longhouse on April 18 while he sang songs, played guitar and told stories. Mahoney was invited to speak to the...

The Tigard connection; Former high school teammates push the Titans atop the South Region

Two years ago, it would have been hard to imagine Spencer Smith and Tucker Campbell playing college baseball at the same school. Now, they’re not only on the same team, but they are two key...

Community supports Eugene Public Library; 36th annual book sale at Lane Events Center

The Lane Events Center was consumed with books April 12 and 13 for Friends of Eugene Public Library’s 36th annual Book Sale. Ian McVay, an attendee, said he looks forward to this event every year...

Sol Seed shines at Cozmic

On April 11 at Cozmic in Eugene, there was a full house for the CD release party from locally based reggae-fusion band Sol Seed. Their soulful, spiritually uplifting, deeply rhythmic grooves seamlessly blend classic...

Downtown campus hosts local gaming event; Students present gaming ideas

Local gaming company Oreganik hosted an event for students and local gaming enthusiasts at Lane’s downtown campus on April 4. The event attracted 26 registered participants, more than twice as many as previous events held...

Chess Club revived with new potential; Members playing on paper boards, waiting for funding

As spring welcomes back the blossoms and warm breeze, Karlie Schwartzwald has brought the Chess Club back to Lane. The Associated Students of Lane Community College Senate ratified the Chess Club on April 2. Schwartzwald...

Parents make tough decisions about childcare; Older children left without adequate services

Lane’s student parents say they are sometimes forced to choose between leaving their children without the support they need and allowing their schoolwork to suffer. The on-campus Child and Family Center provides care for children...

Color run; Third annual running event hits maximum capacity for runners

The Color Me Rad 5k visited Eugene for its third consecutive year on April 12. As the crowd gathered before the  sound of the starting horn, participants were given a shirt and a pair of...

Rescheduled powwow delights; Participants dance to the beat of their own drum

Hundreds of people flocked to Lane’s Building 5 gymnasium April 5 for a rescheduled powwow. This free ceremony, hosted by Lane’s Native American Student Association, typically takes place in December. However, a winter snow...