Student leaders propose $4 activity fee increase; Ballot measure aims to free ASLCC funds

  Less than one week from the start date of the Associated Students of Lane Community College general election, student leaders are hoping that the largest line item burdening their budget can be funded by...

Board approves new medical coding program; Medical coders can expect to earn $49,000

Lane’s Board of Education has voted to add a new degree to the school’s offerings by unanimously approving the Associate Applied Sciences Degree of Health Information Management. The board’s vote makes Lane the third school...

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 classes, an 11 percent drop from the previous year. This...

Lawsuit results in student oversight of activity fees

In response to an August 2015 lawsuit filed by Francisco Gomez over the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group’s use of a portion of its $3 share of the activity fee to lobby politicians,...

Social justice group participates in MLK-associated march

LisaMarie Lusk Reporter In solidarity with the MLK march, Daniel Pollock and the SoJust group spearheaded two separate campus marches on Jan. 16, with the five unions it represents. Participating groups were: SoJust, The Associated Students...

WinnebaGONE

After planning to have wrapped up production of their premier Class A coach, Winnebago Industries is closing their Junction City location leaving only thirty employees. They will relocate to another campus in...
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Media arts makeover

Building 18 features two production studios. The Media Arts new cyclo wall is located in Studio A. Cyclo walls are used for a variety of purposes within the photography and video production. The home...

An open letter to the Board of Education from Lane writing instructors

As you certainly know, as of this fall the maximum capacity for writing classes at Lane has been increased by four students, with no consideration given to the effect of this change on student...