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...

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...

Optic cable severed during snowstorm

During the last week of February, Lane County was overcome by a record amount of snow. By the end of it all, nearly ten inches of snow had fallen at the Eugene...

Invisible disabilities brought to light

The Center for Accessible Resources helps students who may need academic support. The CAR staff works with students who have documented disabilities and faculty to adjust class material to fit student needs. Until recently CAR...

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 have fallen to their lowest point in 30 years. Lane...

Former Titan decorated as war hero

  On Nov. 4, 2017, former Titan Garron Dahle was awarded the Bronze Star for his accomplishments while engaged in combat operations in Afghanistan. Dahle is a combat control craftsman for the 125th Special Tactics...

Swastika spray painted on toy store

On Jan. 4, multiple reports were made concerning a red swastika spray painted on the side of Toys ‘R’ Us, located near Valley River Center. On Jan. 8, only hours after the Trump administration...

Lane promotes awareness of reachable resources

Lane Community College offers multiple resources for students of varying backgrounds all in one place — The Resource Fair. While the fair has a wide variety of offerings, some of the services are aimed...