College enrollment numbers down

Students take advantage of the services in Building One during the first week of fall term at Lane Community College.                     This term, enrollment numbers...

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...

New Snack Shack resource director hired

The most awaited Snack Shack upstairs in Building 1 opened on Monday for the first time since spring term.  The new director, Kea’Dee Needham,...

Eat, study, relax

After a series of changes to the Titan Food Court, a new director of food services ensures there will be a few more, including...

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...

Combating addiction with compassion

Karen Freeman-Wilson, the current mayor of Gary, Indiana, speaks at Lane about improving access to interventions and treatment to combat drug addiction. “You...

Total eclipse of the sun

With a rare cosmic alignment to show its face over a narrow section of approximately nine states across North America this summer, Oregon is...

FAFSA to be earlier and simpler

The date that students can submit the Free Application for Student Aid is changing to Oct. 1 starting in 2016. The Obama Administration hopes...

Larger classes upset teachers; Board of Education in a bind

 Penny Scott Editor-In-ChiefLane Community College instructors complained about increased class sizes to the Board of Education at its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Kenneth Zimmerman,...