Default rate dips below cutoff; Revised figures put Lane at 29.7...

The U.S. Department of Education has approved challenges to the data it uses to calculate Lane students’ default rate, inching the college away from...

Clubs fair opens opportunities for students

On Feb. 4 and Feb. 5, with balloons floating at the entrances and music playing loudly inside, Lane’s main campus cafeteria was packed with...

Public Safety awarded

The Office of Public Safety at Lane Community College has been granted the 2017 Department of the Year Award from the Western Association of...

Culinary students sharpen skills

Sous chefs Trevor Rivera (far left) and his sous chef Zac Schnieder from the restaurant Marché compete against Alejandro Cruz (far right) and...

Lane instructor named national biology teacher of the year

"As educators, we succeed when our students thrive,” Stacey Kiser, recent recipient of the nation's highest award for biology teaching at two-year colleges, said....

Course blends old school and new school modeling

Starting Winter Term 2016, Lane will be offering a new course called Sculpting for Animators, which will bring the process of 3D modeling to...

A climate of change

“I am fighting every day for the great people of this country,” President Trump stated during his address in the White House Rose Garden...

Activists rally at Capitol

This Saturday protesters gathered outside of the Oregon State Capitol Building in Salem for the “Oregonians Stand with Standing Rock Rally and March.”The rally...

Food Pantry continues to gain momentum; Clothing Stash merges with pantry

Lane’s Rainy Day Food Pantry is growing rapidly with the help of an anonymous donor. The pantry received $2,500 anonymously, ASLCC Sustainability Coordinator Michael Weed...