Inauguration Day protests in full swing

While riots raged and a state of emergency was declared in Portland, the Inauguration Day protesters in Eugene made some noise and made some friends. Eugene anti-Trump activity on Inauguration Day was centered at...

Classified union bargaining ends

With a unanimous vote from Lane Community College’s Board of Education, a tentative agreement with Lane’s classified union was ratified on Nov. 2. After receiving word that the classified union voted to approve the...

Quick News, week 8

Annual ceramics holiday pottery sale Pottery sale will be held on Nov. 17 and 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the first floor of the Center Building near Building 5. Ten percent of...

Water Conservation Program Restored

The National Science Foundation awarded Lane Community College’s Energy Management and Water Conservation department a grant of $537,310 to relaunch the Water Conservation Technician program beginning Fall 2019.  The grant will be paid over...

Beloved employee passes away

Friends and family met on Sunday, Feb. 26 to celebrate Valerie Wothe’s life. Favorite memories and stories were shared, accompanied by tears and laughter. The group said Wothe loved Yumm bowls, made awesome...

Titan athlete breaks record

On Friday, April 7, Lane Community College triple jump athlete Tristan James broke a 22 year-old school record with a jump measuring 49 feet and 4.5 inches taking first place, at the Chico State...
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LCC OSPIRG and Open 101

On Thursday, Jan. 25, Titan students and faculty members held a press conference presenting an investigative report entitled “Open 101: an Action Plan for Affordable Textbooks.” The report was compiled by the US Public...

‘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...

Safety Blotter

Disorderly subject Public safety responded to a call reporting a male screaming, yelling and dancing around the front of the Center Building. The man, described wearing black sweatpants, a blue sweatshirt and a beanie, was...