Brewfest hops to the beat

Eugene’s local National Public Radio station, KLCC, will be hosting its annual brewfest on the Feb. 10 and 11. The KLCC Brewfest will take place at the Lane Events Center from 5 p.m. to...

ASLCC bylaws put back in place

The Lane Elections Committee has decided to overturn the suspension of the bylaws that occurred during a senate meeting on April 19. After consulting both the ASLCC and Lane lawyers, Kerry Levett, executive dean...

First Latina Senator elected in U.S. history

Nevada’s Catherine Cortez Masto won the senate race in the general election, becoming the first ever Latina senator elected to the nation’s highest legislative body. Cortez Masto defeated her opponent, Republican Joe Heck, 49 percent...

Anatomy and physiology students get hands-on

Anatomy and physiology students dissected a cow eye on Thursday, Nov. 3.   “The class went very well, only a small number of students can be squeamish. Most were interested in seeing the real structures...

Green Chemistry Club seeks to recycle used kitchen oil

The Green Chemistry Club has been attempting to produce biodiesel on campus. The goal is to create fuel from the used fryer oil on campus. This way, waste from the cafeteria and culinary department...

Student senator proposes meeting with LCC President

The most recent ASLCC meeting saw senators grasping for more clarity on their duties, investigating the cause of a six-figure deficit and debating the placement of a lobby group’s office. Highlights: Student...

A Mission of Mirth

Held in the back parking lot behind Valley River Center, the Eugene Food Truck Fest drew in crowds on Saturday that exceeded the venue’s expectation of ten thousand people. Hosted by the Eugene Mission...

Student government expects another low voter turnout

  A group of laptops sit mingled within balloons and candy, awaiting prospective voters in an improvised polling station on the first floor of the Center Building in the food court on May 9. Shianne...

Possible increase in college funding with new governor

Kate Brown and Bud Pierce both want improvements in higher education, but they cannot agree how. According to the National Center for High School Statistics, Lane County had a  74.2 percent high school graduation rate,...