‘People unite, Take Back the Night’

Mujeres, centered around being a place of support for Latinx and Chicanx students on campus, hold up a banner at the annual “Take Back the Night” University of Oregon rally and march. Mujeres...

Celebrating students who served

Lane’s Veterans Services, which provides support for just under 400 Lane Community College students receiving veterans education benefits, is hosting an Awareness Week leading up to Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 11. The week...

Board of Ed and classified union reach agreement

Bargaining between the Board of Education and the classified union are nearing an end after the union accepted the tentative agreement put forth by the board in the last bargaining session on Oct. 3....

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...

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...

Fast food chains limit use of antibiotics

A majority of fast food chains in America are reducing their use of antibiotics in their meat products this year-particularly chicken. This pivot towards using less antibiotics is said to help combat a recent...

‘Percy Q. Shun’ hits the world stage

Lead theatre faculty Brian Haimbach will be performing at the world’s largest arts festival this summer. In its 40th year, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland features performers from around the world. He will...

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...

Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise

Sexually transmitted diseases have increased for the third year in a row, according to a study done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published September 26, 2017, that is based on the...