History meets future

New street names honor Eugene’s past On Nov. 26, Eugene Mayor Lucy Vinis unveiled the three street names chosen for the new Downtown Riverfront. Picked from a narrowed down list of over 1,000 suggested names,...

Eugene has the nation’s highest homelessness rate

The city’s push to stop homelessness numbers from rising According to Security.org, a website that collects homelessness data on each state, Oregon is the seventh-highest with over 14,000 people experiencing homelessness overall. Oregon places fourth...

Preparing for the Big One

Oregon joins nation in readying for Earthquake.   At 10:17 a.m. on Oct. 17, 2019, Lane Community College participated in the Great ShakeOut. Students, staff and administrators took part in a simulation of a significant earthquake...

Measles discovered in Lane county

One reported case of the measles virus in Lane county Lane County Public Health has issued a health report confirming two cases with the measles, also known as rubeola, virus. One of these individuals resides...

Legislators refer freeze on reefer

ROregon has too much cannabis. One-million pounds too much of it to be exact. Or to put that hard-to-picture figure into perspective, enough of it has been produced just in the last...

‘We must do better’

Swaths of red shirts swirled in front of the Center Building at Lane Community College, chatter energizing the sunny atmosphere. Laptops lined the edge of a long table; students took their turns...

Remembering Alex Gradin

Alex Oyombe Gradin, a student at Lane Community College, was shot and killed in a parking lot behind Taylor’s Bar and Grill in the early hours of May 4, according to the...

Hate crimes down in Eugene

According to Eugene’s annual Hate and Bias Report, hate crimes in Eugene have decreased 42% since last year. The report–a collaboration between the Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood...

ELECTION 2019: Meet the Candidates for Student Government and the SAFC

“Although I battled to reach this point of my life,” Nacoulma wrote in his campaign statement. “I am grateful and give credit to the people who have lifted my voice and have had my back when my words weren’t enough. Today, I am running to represent your voice.”