Programs Axed; Board gets an earful

It was more than a full house at the Board of Education meeting on May 13. Lane administration limited the number of people allowed in the Boardroom to 68, saying that more would present...

Contract negotiations fail to produce agreement so far

After 10 months of contract negotiations, Lane has yet to finish bargaining with faculty, classified employees and management. Lane’s faculty has been working without a contract since the previous collective bargaining agreement expired on June...

Students and visitors enjoy Lane Earth Fair; Free food, entertainment draw crowd into...

Healthy food, music and advice on sustainability were the main ingredients of the Earth Fair held in Building 5 on April 22. The Lane Sustainability Committee brought different focus groups on campus to bring...

So long, paper tickets

Lane Transit District has signed a $2.8 million contract with a California-based electronic fare collection agency in efforts to modernize their systems. To move toward a new era of payment options for...

Executive order on immigration sparks protests

More than 1,000 people rallied downtown at noon on Sunday, Jan. 29, in protest of an executive order signed by President Trump just two days prior. “It is the policy of the United States to...

Former teacher sues for discrimination

On Oct. 3, former LCC Spanish instructor Maria Gutierrez filed a $300,000 lawsuit against Lane, claiming that they canceled her classes because of her race, then fired her for speaking out about it. According to...

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...

Anti-abortion group brings spectacle to campus

Lane student Danielle Ross gives out a hug during the presentation done by the Genocide Awareness Project on abortion in Bristol Square, Oct. 9. Ross, a first-year student majoring as a Dental Assistant,...

Women embrace technology; panelists share success stories to inspire students

Jeri Reed Reporter Posters on the wall read “Think Women Can’t?...Think Again.” The 5th annual Women in Tech & Trades Luncheon was held Friday, Feb. 13 at Lane Community College in conjunction with the Hands-On Career Exploration...