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...

U.S. Senate candidate calls for decentralization; Lane Students for Liberty hosts...

A Republican senatorial candidate spoke to Lane’s Students For Liberty at the club’s Feb. 26 meeting. SFL is a nonpartisan libertarian club according to...

Hate crimes spike in 2017

Hate crimes in the Eugene area have nearly doubled from 2016 to 2017, according to the newly released Hate and Bias Report from the...
The remodel will accommodate advanced production studios, a resource center and new computer labs.

A Program Divided

The Media Arts program is being relocated to Building 18 following a retrofit of the building scheduled for completion by winter 2017. The remodel will...

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...

Learning to stand together with 350 Eugene

350 Eugene is a local branch of 350.org, an organization that raises awareness about, and organizes direct action against, policies and organizations responsible for...

Boardroom moment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGp6ePlopuEVideo footage of the voting process by the Lane Board of Education that resulted in the program cuts.

Lane updates standards for next academic year; Courses, workshops offered...

With new minimum academic standards rolling out this year, administrators want to spread the word about workshops and other resources that could help students...

Council responds to program cuts; Lane’s decision-making process gone awry

“Is this an incredible cloak of silence between the administration and the faculty through all this?” asked Electronics Technology program faculty member Doug Weiss....