Bike Lane requests $150,000 for new bike facility; other funding requests...

Nicole Rund ReporterLane's student government meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 4 featured a series of funds requests, despite the absence of several senators who were attending...

Lane graduates get the spotlight

Titan Store clerks Janilet Gomez and Shelby Inskeep assist Lane’s soon to be graduates with graduation accessories. Cap and gowns were available at...

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.

Student Senate votes for president

Nicole Rund ReporterElections for president pro tempore were held at the Oct 8 at the student government meeting. Senators Felicia Dickinson, Scott Compton, Marianna Paradones,...

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...

Oregon puts in their 10 cents

 In 1971, Oregon was the first state to enact the bottle deposit, which offered consumers the opportunity to receive a five cent refund on...

Quick News – Week 7

ASLCC Senator resigns James Wessgert resigned on Oct. 29, 2015 following ongoing conflicts with the Senate’s leadership and claims that Wessgert created an unsafe and...

People and wildlife in danger; speaker warns about electrical devices

Penny Scott Editor-in-Chief“In the mid 1990s, the FCC determined that cell phones are safe for human use," author and medical journalist Katie Singer said. She...

Satirical protest spotlights closing of Jacobs Gallery

“The question is: do we consider the arts as part of the community?” Lane art instructor Kathleen Caprario-Ulrich said while holding a sign saying...