Posters packed up

On Monday April 10 a short lived poster sale was hosted by Lane Community College in the Center building on the main campus....

Former teacher sues for discrimination

On Oct. 3, former LCC Spanish instructor Maria Gutierrez filed a $300,000 lawsuit against Lane, claiming that they canceled her classes because of her...

Folded flyers land at Lane

The most popular belief about when the first paper airplane was flown is attributed to the Chinese, who flew paper airplanes about 2,000 years...

Sticking to art

Damian McDonald, Media Arts instructor at Lane Community College, recently displayed his art at the 13th annual Post-it-Show in Los Angeles. This was...

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...

Ways and Means roadshow makes stop at Lane

Representative Nancy Nathanson (D-Ore.), with the strike of a gavel, began the Oregon State Ways and Means meeting at 2 p.m. on Saturday Feb....

Local bookstore fights to keep lease from big business

Tsunami Books is located on Willamette St. between 25th and 26th Ave. The not-for-profit bookstore is reaching out to the community during the...

80’s music meets classic theatre

The Lane Student Production Association presents The Oresteia Project, based on a three-play trilogy by Aeschylus, a famous Greek playwright and the “Father of...

Board endorses Measure 101

This past December, the Lane Community College board of directors endorsed Measure 101, a bill to maintain the special taxes on hospitals, insurers and...