U.S. Senate candidate calls for decentralization; Lane Students for Liberty hosts...

A Republican senatorial candidate spoke to Lane’s Students For Liberty at the club’s Feb. 26 meeting. SFL is a nonpartisan libertarian club according to...

Possible increase in college funding with new governor

Kate Brown and Bud Pierce both want improvements in higher education, but they cannot agree how. According to the National Center for High School Statistics,...

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...

Politics in college governance system creates controversy; Andrade removed from Diversity...

The president of Lane’s employee union has removed the volunteer chairwoman from the college’s advisory committee responsible for diversity issues. At the behest of Lane...

Fast food chains limit use of antibiotics

A majority of fast food chains in America are reducing their use of antibiotics in their meat products this year-particularly chicken. This pivot towards...

Lane county warms homeless on winter nights

Egan Warming Centers, which provides shelters for homeless citizens when temperatures drop below 30 degrees, is looking for volunteers. After two decades of service...

A decade of struggle for community colleges

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief In an interview on Jan. 20, Lane president Mary Spilde said that the Obama proposal for making community college free has put the...

Critically acclaimed, controversial play comes to LCC

Brandon Taylor Reporter About 30 people auditioned for Lane Community College's spring production of the award winning play, "Angels in America," but there are only eight...

Holding public media accountable

On Thursday Feb. 16, Elizabeth Jensen offered her words of newsroom wisdom to writing students on what it means to be an Ombudsman for...