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Finally: Google Apps project nears finish line

The Google Apps for Education is nearing it's April 15, 2016 rollout date here at Lane. The two year project is finally going...
Lane president Mary Spilde listens as Stefan Strek

Soon-to-retire president has big plans for Lane’s future

By the end of her term as president of Lane in June of 2017, Mary Spilde hopes to achieve, or initiate, goals she promised...

Four candidates run for 4th Congressional District

With incumbent Democrat Peter DeFazio expecting another win, three other candidates are vying for the Oregon 4th District Congressional office.Recent Lane political science AAOT...

Diesel tech event revs engines

Dozens of high school students gathered around to watch the inner workings of a diesel engine turn on and rev up. Under the heat...
Tuition will go up by $3 per credit for the 2016-17 school year.

Tuition decision takes a turn

A tuition increase of $3 per credit was approved with a narrow 4-3 vote by Lane’s Board of Education on June 8, 2016, which...

Next year’s student government decided

ASLCC 2015 election results were announced on May 9. The new president is Ashley Jackson and the vice president is Jazzmen Heath-Vega. It was a...

New Jersey Four discuss racism and homophobia

Ending in a moment of silence, the GSA/BSU hosted a meet and greet with the New Jersey Four, which brought about a sea...

ASLCC bylaws put back in place

The Lane Elections Committee has decided to overturn the suspension of the bylaws that occurred during a senate meeting on April 19. After consulting...

Lane joins peers nationwide in walkout

On Wednesday, Nov. 16 more than 60 students rallied outside of the Center Building at Bristol Square, holding signs and chanting demands to make...