‘Moonlight’ shines bright

Juan (Mahershala Ali) teaches young Chiron (Alex Hibbert) how to swim in Miami waters. “Moonlight,” inspired by the unproduced play, “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue,” chronicles the life of Chiron (played by Alex...

Coding for humanity

Local developers wrote code to solve pressing issues in the community at Hack for a Cause. Volunteers worked from the evening of April 26 until noon on April 28. They used software...

Punk house going strong

A local punk site called Ant House hosted musical guests Nopes, Critical Shakes, Brother Husbands, and Free Sex on Thursday, Oct. 6. The band Cunt Surfer has changed their name to Brother Husbands because they...

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

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 Rainy Day Food Pantry, located in Room 218 of the...

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 death. With so many resource-based conflicts happening as well as...

A new sci-fi classic has arrived

“Arrival,” based on the short story, “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang, follows the events of twelve alien spacecrafts that have landed on random locations on Earth. Louise Banks (Amy Adams), an expert...

‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ summons a decent film

Ouija: Origin of Evil is a prequel to the 2014 film, Ouija. The narrative follows a single mother, Alice (Elizabeth Reaser) who works as a fortune teller in her suburban home with her two...

‘Who is American?’

The fourteenth annual DisOrient Asian-American Film Festival of Oregon was held from March 14 to March 17 on the University of Oregon campus. Asian-American and Pacific Islander stories,...