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...

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...

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...

Student senator proposes meeting with LCC President

The most recent ASLCC meeting saw senators grasping for more clarity on their duties, investigating the cause of a six-figure deficit and debating the placement of a lobby group’s office. Highlights: Student...

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...

Board of Ed and classified union reach agreement

Bargaining between the Board of Education and the classified union are nearing an end after the union accepted the tentative agreement put forth by the board in the last bargaining session on Oct. 3....

ASLCC could owe college over $100k

Student Senate (ASLCC) owes $109,000 to Lane Community College according to College Finance. For now no one on the Student Senate or any member of the student life staff knows how the expenses were...

A Mission of Mirth

Held in the back parking lot behind Valley River Center, the Eugene Food Truck Fest drew in crowds on Saturday that exceeded the venue’s expectation of ten thousand people. Hosted by the Eugene Mission...

Student government expects another low voter turnout

  A group of laptops sit mingled within balloons and candy, awaiting prospective voters in an improvised polling station on the first floor of the Center Building in the food court on May 9. Shianne...