Former Lane student murdered

According to the Register Guard, 33-year-old Lacy Lyons was arrested Saturday, Jan. 14 for the murder of 32-year-old Joshua Ty Turnage whose body was found earlier that morning. She is currently being held at...

Tutors on your computer

Lane offers a broad spectrum of on-campus tutoring services including the Math and Science Resource Centers. These services are used by many students but some students don’t have the time or means to take...

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,...

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 month of March with a pledge drive to save the...

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...

Oregon puts in their 10 cents

  In 1971, Oregon was the first state to enact the bottle deposit, which offered consumers the opportunity to receive a five cent refund on each can and bottle. The deposit increase from five cents to...

Optic cable severed during snowstorm

During the last week of February, Lane County was overcome by a record amount of snow. By the end of it all, nearly ten inches of snow had fallen at the Eugene...

Lane promotes awareness of reachable resources

Lane Community College offers multiple resources for students of varying backgrounds all in one place — The Resource Fair. While the fair has a wide variety of offerings, some of the services are aimed...

Veteran’s Day celebration at Lane

Lane Community College held a ceremony to honor the service of veterans on Thursday, Nov. 9, outside of the Center Building. A small crowd huddled in the rain to listen to speeches from LCC...