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...

Animals gone batty

An unidentified person was scratched by a bat on the main campus Sept. 24. They were walking towards Lot M on the south side...

‘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...

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...

‘People unite, Take Back the Night’

Mujeres, centered around being a place of support for Latinx and Chicanx students on campus, hold up a banner at the annual “Take...

A look through the lens of Steve Smith

  As part of the Media Arts Visiting Artist Series, Lane welcomed Steve Smith, a commercial photographer, to speak with students on Nov. 20. Smith has...

Invisible threat leads to evacuation of Building 11

On Oct. 28 Hillary Elms, an English as a Second Language teacher, noticed something strange. “I was walking around and in one area ... it...

Two black bears spotted near Lane main campus

A black bear was spotted by Eugene residents Jean and Bill Boggs’ security camera at 30th Avenue and Spring Boulevard, near Lane Community College’s...

Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise

Sexually transmitted diseases have increased for the third year in a row, according to a study done by the Centers for Disease Control and...