Rejected posters find home at Lane

From right, Titan students, Ryan Miller and Ed Colcord, discuss the 80 Black Lives Matter posters hanging in Building 10. The posters were...

NatGeo pro gives photography tips

National Geographic photographer and editor Krista Rossow discusses shooting at the “blue hour” during a presentation in Building 18 on Feb. 9. Rossow,...

Forum seeks input on graphic campus displays

Mark Harris, a counselor and instructor at Lane Community College, discusses the impact of last October’s anti-abortion display on students and staff. Harris...

DACA activist brings Dream to DC

LCC student Jesus Narvaez accompanied Congressman Peter Defazio to the 2018 State of the Union Address because of his pursuit of immigration equality....

Brewfest hops to the beat

Eugene’s local National Public Radio station, KLCC, will be hosting its annual brewfest on the Feb. 10 and 11. The KLCC Brewfest will take...

Stepping on the gas

Environmental legislation designed to encourage Oregon industries to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions is heading to the floor of the Capitol in the upcoming...

Quarry dreams quashed

The protest group, Save TV Butte, won their legislative battle on Jan. 8, halting the development of the Old Hazeldell Quarry gravel mine...

‘Ducks’ dabble in development

The University of Oregon may submit a land use application to the city of Eugene this month for a potential expansion.According to the...

Community’s only LGBTQ bar, closed

The Wayward Lamb, Eugene’s only explicitly LGBTQ bar, closed its doors for the last time on Feb. 3.“I’m so sad to hear it’s...