‘People unite, Take Back the Night’

Mujeres, centered around being a place of support for Latinx and Chicanx students on campus, hold up a banner at the annual “Take...

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...

Lane instructor named national biology teacher of the year

"As educators, we succeed when our students thrive,” Stacey Kiser, recent recipient of the nation's highest award for biology teaching at two-year colleges, said....

‘Free’ college opportunities debated

Oregon promises to waive tuition for some students at Lane and 16 other community colleges starting in the fall of 2016. The average Lane student...

Budget proposal cuts deep

Lane Community College’s budget committee recently released the first budget proposal for the 2018 fiscal year, with more to come. The goal is to...

Campus lobby group campaigns against hunger

The Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group at Lane is pairing up with Food for Lane County to run the Campaign Against Hunger and...

Waste sorting falls short: over one-fifth of Lane’s trash is compostable

According to recent trash audits conducted in Building 16, nearly 23 percent of all landfill waste at Lane is compostable. Becky Thill, recycling coordinator for...

Tuition transparency bill passed

On Mar. 3, the Student Voice and Transparency Act was passed by the Oregon House of Representatives for the second time and now awaits...

Resource fair held to assist students

For the first time Lane is offering a Student Services Resource Fair with the hope that it will give them the tools and strategies...