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...
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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...

Wave of support

Brendan O’Meara, an employee at Tsunami Books sorts through used books for resale. A donation jar urging people to donate to the rent fund sits on the concession stand in the back 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 coordinated care organizers to help fund Medicaid in Oregon. The...

Practice what you teach

On the night of Dec. 8, Lane Community College health and physical education instructor Grady O’Connor used his skills in first aid to stop a man from choking. He performed first aid procedures on...

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 McDonald's first year to feature his work at the Post-it-Show. Damian...

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...

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 Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. LCC Public Safety works with college departments,...

LCC immortalizes former Vice President

Jim Ellison began his 29-year career at Lane Community College as a part-time instructor in the Study Skills department and ended it, in 1995, after five years as Vice President for Instruction. For his...