Art exhibits on display, November 15th

The Rising Tide, by Amy Mintonye https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLkuziM4JBI Tenth and Yamhill, A Painted Narrative  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iT9R9xn5wrg Exhibits are on display in building 11.  

Lane hosts Jeff Merkley town hall

Senator Jeff Merkley honors Terry McDonald, executive director of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, with an American flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol. Merkley praised St. Vincent de...

Fall Music Gala honors veterans

The Ragozzino Performance Hall was filled with almost 150 people last Thursday, Nov. 5 — all awaiting classic melodies performed by the men and women of Lane’s music program. The Fall Music Gala was...

Owl-eating bear visits art gallery

Daemion Lee Reporter The exhibit in Building 11, called “Generous,” features a piece titled “Capacious” that shows a violent scene — an angry bear about to devour a group of owls. Artist Leanne McClurg Cambric wove...

A stellar sight

At a viewing party for the total lunar eclipse at The Eugene Science Center, employee Haley Sharp looks through the lense of a telescope. The viewing party was held on Jan. 31 from...

Former Titan’s first feature film

From back left to right: Jeffery K. Osborns, Aaron Scoble, Rich Robison, Alan R. Thompson III, Doug Anders and Ashley Spann. (All LCC Interns, except Doug Anders.)From middle left to right: Kris Paul,...

Faculty art on display

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du4-OAyZzHc Lane’s Art and Applied Design Department held a reception for its ongoing faculty art exhibition on Oct. 7. From 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Building 11 art gallery was filled with both...

Talk radio legend visits Eugene

I had the pleasure of seeing Ira Glass perform at the Hult Center recently. My experience was one of excitement and inspiration. I’ve listened to “This American Life,” which Glass created, on National Public...

Extreme makeover forging ahead; Navigation maps soon irrelevant

It's news to no one that Lane's Center Building is undergoing reconstruction. Who can miss the giant pieces of machinery, barricades, walkway labyrinths and noise dominating the LCC landscape? Construction workers too are as...