Food services cut again, again

Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series exploring the potential impact of budget cuts on the services and resources available to students, faculty and staff at Lane Community College....

State retirement system under water

Governor Kate Brown’s Public Employee Retirement Systems task force has still not come up with a viable solution for closing a $22 billion state deficit. She is leaning toward an employer-incentive program. Employees from...

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,...

‘In search of the same dreams’

Jenny Chinchilla, guest speaker at the MIUSA Disabled Women's Day Celebration, speaks to a crowd of people about some of the triumphs and tribulations of her life as a disabled woman growing up...

Universities or students take risk

When Oregon votes on November 8th, public universities in Oregon will be directly affected. Currently, Oregon universities are are restricted from selling, buying or trading stocks. Universities have asked the Oregon Legislature for the...

ASLCC to seek marijuana tax money

August Frank Reporter Student government members conducted an emergency senate meeting Monday, Nov. 10, voting to endorse Lane Community College’s pursuit of money raised by Lane County’s recreational marijuana sales tax, enacted prior to the passage...

Seven Year Slide

According to the official budget approved and adopted by the Lane Community College Board of Education, approximately 8,200 students are enrolled in Fall Term classes, an 11 percent drop from the previous year. This...

Gas leak leaves students rained out; Math, science divisions evacuated

Workers fixed a ruptured gas line in Building 16 that forced hundreds of students and faculty to evacuate the building on Jan. 10 for five hours. “About 9:15 a.m. or so we started smelling a...

Women march into political arena

According to the New York Times, the nation is seeing a surge of women campaigning for office, including 354 women running for the U.S. House of Representatives, four times as many as in 2015....