Executive order on immigration sparks protests

More than 1,000 people rallied downtown at noon on Sunday, Jan. 29, in protest of an executive order signed by President Trump just two...

Student government elections coming up; Applications available now

ASLCC elections are happening soon. The filing deadline for candidates is 6:00 p.m. on April 16. Credit students on main campus who have paid...

Student government quorum not met

Nicole Rund ReporterThere were several empty seats at the student government meeting, Wednesday, March 3. President Malissa Ratthasing and Vice President Ashley Jackson were both...

Warming Center Opens Doors

Campus shelter provides relief from freezing nights Every time the weather forecast is predicted to be below 30 degrees the warming center will open from...

Stepping on the gas

Environmental legislation designed to encourage Oregon industries to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions is heading to the floor of the Capitol in the upcoming...

Lane wins Directors Cup; Athletics awarded for success in NWAACC

On June 4, Lane was announced as the winners of the second annual Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Directors Cup.The award goes to...

Drone accessibility expands

Quadcopter drones are a common and accessible tool in the world of unmanned aerial systems.Personalized aerial flight has been inaccessible for most of...

Mims House legacy recognized

On Sunday, May 29, Willie Mims (81) unveiled a granite monument in front of his historical childhood home on High Street to a crowd...

Signs of trouble; Students protest potential tuition increase

Students packed a sweltering boardroom to urge the Lane Board of Education to fully consider the ramifications of a tuition increase as the college...