Board eyes Spilde plan; Diversity training talks set for Feb. 5

Lane moved one step closer to requiring every employee to attend cultural competency training when the Board of Education on Jan. 8 discussed, for the first time, a policy proposed by Lane President Mary...

Student discounts soon to get easier

Lane will issue .edu emails for all students as part of a Google Apps for Education rollout this October. Students can use their new email to get education discounts in addition to the full...

Warming center proposed for Lane

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief The Briggs Warming Center, named in memory of recently deceased houseless student Michael Briggs, may soon offer temporary housing for Lane's houseless students when temperatures drop below 30 degrees. "LCC's notion of a warming...

Resisting federal overreach

The Community Rights Lane County organization invited tribal attorney and activist Frank Bibeau to speak about the rights of nature on March 8. The speech was delivered in a long hall to...

Students and alumni prepare to get down

Dance styles such as dubstep, hip hop, jazz and more will be included in the tenth annual "Down 4 It" show being held on main campus. Dancers from 14 different dance companies will be...

Do you know your student government?

Every term, students pay $56 towards the student activity fee. Out of that $56, $13.14 is going toward ASLCC, Lane Community College’s student government: $9.14 toward their operations and $4 toward legal services. The...

Campus warming center gains support

Nicole Rund Reporter Senators approved a resolution supporting the Michael Briggs Warming Center proposed for the Lane Community College campus. Modeled after the Egan Warming Centers in Eugene and Springfield, it would open when the temperatures...

40 years of making smiles brighter

Sharon Hagan, director of Lane’s dental hygiene certificate program won the Public Service Award, with a unanimous vote and a standing ovation, from the Lane County Dental Society on Jan. 27. Spanning her 40-year...

…The party continues

  Marissa Brundige Reporter On the evening of Oct. 14, at Lane’s Florence campus, staff members and long-time LCC supporters assembled to herald the college’s 50th anniversary. In her speech to approximately 50 guests, LCC President Mary...