Debating with dignity

If one expected stories of strife and anger amid conflict, they were not to be found at the Lane Community College third annual speak out on Feb. 2. The morning was spent...

A new beginning for student government

The Associated Students of Lane Community College Student Government held their open meeting in the Building 3 Boardroom on Jan. 31 and with the recent signing of the Unity Letter and a...

Drumming, dancing and swinging

From Chinese folk music to Middle Eastern belly dancing, the 24th annual Oregon Asian Celebration will honor and encourage better understanding about Asian and Asian-American cultures. The celebration will be held from...

Physician exposes sexism in healthcare

What if mustaches outnumbered women? Based on a cross-sectional analysis of 1000 academic medical leaders, the number of mustached chairs, 19 percent, outnumber those held by women, 13...
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Student protests aimed at sheriff

The Lane County Sheriff”s Department has been accused of using their resources to assist the Immigration and Customs Enforcement in various ways. Many Eugene citizens and students came forward to protest these...

Oregon Senate sides with renters

Renters and college students locked horns with landowners over Senate Bill 608, a rent control measure. The bill passed 17-11 on Feb. 12. Although the bill was passed through...

Protecting students in the age of mass shootings

School should be a safe place for children to learn and seek a higher education. When events arise that could potentially put students in harm's way, all schools have procedures in place...

A week of activism

The media these days can make us feel like we are at that moment before the dawn when everything starts to fall apart. It’s important to remember that citizens can show the...

Traveling designers wanted

Graphic design students at Lane Community College now have the opportunity to study in New Zealand for one year to obtain their bachelor’s degree. The initiative, referred to as the 2+1 Program,...