Women march into political arena

According to the New York Times, the nation is seeing a surge of women campaigning for office, including 354 women running for the U.S....

Diversity debate continues; Council tries to strike compromise between faculty, students

With four different recommendations for cultural competency training on the table, the College Council will meet Dec. 12 to hear testimony from the instructors...

Seven Year Slide

According to the official budget approved and adopted by the Lane Community College Board of Education, approximately 8,200 students are enrolled in Fall Term...

Silent statement

On Mar. 14, at 10 a.m., Lane Community College students walked out of class and gathered in Bristow Square for 17 minutes of...

Power shifts in student government

Nicole Rund Reporter Michael Weed resigned from his elected position as student government president at the commencement of winter term, citing health and personal reasons. The...

Council fails to vote on funds request; Outdoor Adventure Club decision...

The Council of Clubs failed to meet quorum at its March 4 meeting and was unable to vote on a funds request from the...

Food services cut again, again

Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series exploring the potential impact of budget cuts on the services and resources...

OSPIRG kicks off the term

August Frank Reporter More than 30 people filled room 34 in Building 17 for the Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group’s kick-off party on Thursday, Oct....

‘Good’ to go

In just over 30 minutes, the makeup of the Associated Students of Lane Community College Student Government was drastically altered. ASLCC Student Government Vice President...