Playing politics

ASLCC suspended the bylaws regarding students running for office last week during a meeting on Tuesday, April 19. This has opened a rift between...
An excavator tears up a walkway on the southeast side of campus

Construction funded by public Bond continues across campus

An excavator tears up a walkway on the southeast side of campus, causing pedestrians to take a detour. Part of Lane’s $83 million...

‘Ducks’ dabble in development

The University of Oregon may submit a land use application to the city of Eugene this month for a potential expansion.According to the...

Turnout for mid-term elections down

August Frank ReporterPolls for the 2014 midterm general election closed at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night, Nov. 4, and the ballot count began. As of 4:45...

Boardroom blitz; College mulls budget compromise amidst enrollment, revenue decline

At a meeting where Lane employees turned out to seek resolution to contract negotiations with the college, Board of Education members saw financial documents...

Rumors of ICE at LCC dispelled

Rumors developed during week one of fall term that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was on Lane Community College’s Main Campus interrogating students about...

Classified staff rallies at board meeting

A group of rallying classified staff from the classified union wade into the Center for Meeting and Learning to weigh in on the Board...

ASLCC passes resolution on faculty safety proposal; Senators oppose revised...

Student leaders have passed a resolution outlining a stance in opposition to the labor union representing Lane faculty, which has demanded the right to...