Playing politics

ASLCC suspended the bylaws regarding students running for office last week during a meeting on Tuesday, April 19. This has opened a rift between...
Lane president Mary Spilde listens as Stefan Strek

Soon-to-retire president has big plans for Lane’s future

By the end of her term as president of Lane in June of 2017, Mary Spilde hopes to achieve, or initiate, goals she promised...
The rules have changed

Student senate suspends bylaws during emergency meeting

Student government temporarily suspended their bylaws Tuesday during an emergency senate meeting in order to allow more people to qualify and apply for next...
Deni Milan is a resident at the Nightingale Health Sanctuary

Rest Stop Program provides temporary housing

Deni Milan opens her tent, revealing space for storage and a smaller tent for sleeping. Milan is a resident at the Nightingale Health...
digital course evaluations

Paper Evals Phased Out

After the move to digital course evaluations, student involvement dropped from an estimated 70 percent to 11 percent. Lane switched from paper to online...
A public safety officer guards Eldon Schafer Dr.

Water main break closes campus

A public safety officer guards Eldon Schafer Dr., one of the main roads leading onto Lane’s Main Campus, while the college was closed...
The remodel will accommodate advanced production studios, a resource center and new computer labs.

A Program Divided

The Media Arts program is being relocated to Building 18 following a retrofit of the building scheduled for completion by winter 2017. The remodel will...

New Jersey Four discuss racism and homophobia

Ending in a moment of silence, the GSA/BSU hosted a meet and greet with the New Jersey Four, which brought about a sea...
An excavator tears up a walkway on the southeast side of campus

Construction funded by public Bond continues across campus

An excavator tears up a walkway on the southeast side of campus, causing pedestrians to take a detour. Part of Lane’s $83 million...