Bees, books and voter registration

Hannah Picknell has been named the new Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group LCC Campus Organizer replacing the previous organizer Ben Jelinsky. After Picknell’s graduation from the University of Oregon in 2015 and two and...

‘We will be remembered’

In memoriam of those lost to transgender related violence, LGBTQ+ organizations and advocates around the world observed the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20. In 2014 the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs received...

Third dean position opens up

The interim Executive Dean for the School of Professional and Technical Careers, Dr. Mary Jeanne Kuhar, recently announced that she will be leaving Lane Community College in November. This announcement adds a third to...

‘Weather’ or not?

Tens of thousands of Oregon residents lost power Saturday evening, Oct. 15 as the remnants of a typhoon hit the Pacific Northwest. The storm experienced by Oregonians this past weekend was the leftovers of Typhoon...

Demand greater than supply in manufacturing tech

First year Manufacturing Technology student Jack Fortune adjusts the quick-change tool post on a lathe as he makes a punch for a Manufacturing 197 class in Building 12 Room 107 on Oct. 18....

The presidential search continues

The search to replace President Mary Spilde has been on-going since the end of last school year. After the Board of Education approved the Presidential Search Committee's profile back in June, a posting was...

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 race, then fired her for speaking out about it. According to...

Activists rally at Capitol

This Saturday protesters gathered outside of the Oregon State Capitol Building in Salem for the “Oregonians Stand with Standing Rock Rally and March.” The rally is one of many across the nation in reaction to...