Council of clubs gets rolling

Ella Jones Reporter Lane Community College’s Council of Clubs met for the first time this school year on Oct. 7. The COC is looking to hire a new head chairperson so the meeting was run by...

Early Childhood Education in Jeopardy

Many programs at Lane Community College are facing elimination or budget cuts this coming fiscal year, but one program currently proposed to be eliminated will also affect members of the community, students and staff. The...

Bike Lane requests $150,000 for new bike facility; other funding requests pale ...

Nicole Rund Reporter Lane's student government meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 4 featured a series of funds requests, despite the absence of several senators who were attending at a conference in Colorado. First, Mike Sims from Bike...

FEC expands focus on fitness

Those with hectic schedules will have more opportunities to stay healthy on campus starting Sept. 28 as the Fitness Education Center is open longer hours and debuts a new community program. Lane often attracts “non-traditional”...

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 going away,” Wayward Lamb patron Michael Brooks of Portland said...

Exhibit highlights designers’ development

Second year multimedia student Tyler Plummer explores the Glass Gallery located in Building 11 with Ailura Grimmalkin. Two exhibits showcase the work of multimedia and graphic design graduating students. The exhibits are open...

Eugene opens door for Uber and Lyft

Following a 7-1 vote on April 23, the Eugene City Council updated its transportation law to include Uber, Lyft and other rideshare companies. Rideshare companies hire drivers who use their cars to provide customers...

ASLCC embraces one another; student government members give updates on current and ongoing campaigns

August Frank Reporter The student government meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 19 started on a sad, yet also happy note. At the start of the meeting ASLCC senator Christian Mello gave up his senate seat to take...

Contract negotiations fail to produce agreement so far

After 10 months of contract negotiations, Lane has yet to finish bargaining with faculty, classified employees and management. Lane’s faculty has been working without a contract since the previous collective bargaining agreement expired on June...