Activist says fight hasn’t been won; Lane hosts Martin Luther...

Jarrid Denney Reporter Actress and activist Holly Robinson-Peete headlined the 28th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Community Celebration as a keynote speaker on Monday, Jan....

Budget season has begun

Ella Jones Managing Editor and Penny Scott Editior–in–Chief The shortfall for Lane's upcoming budget is $620,000, and the college administration has been seeking campus-wide input into finding ways to...

SoJust Unions feel targeted

Nicole Rund Reporter Sounds from the Snack Shack echoed in the background at the student government meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 29. Manuel Mejia, Multicultural Program Coordinator, gave...

First Latina Senator elected in U.S. history

Nevada’s Catherine Cortez Masto won the senate race in the general election, becoming the first ever Latina senator elected to the nation’s highest legislative...

Faculty members acknowledged; Over 100 members honored at event

Friends and family of Lane faculty gathered with their loved ones in the Center for Meeting and Learning, Building 19, for the annual Employee...

Lane promotes awareness of reachable resources

Lane Community College offers multiple resources for students of varying backgrounds all in one place — The Resource Fair. While the fair has a...

Lane Child and Family Center wins prestigious award

Julissa Prado Reporter The Lane Child and Family Center began the year by earning the top five-star rating in Oregon’s Quality Rating and Improvement System. Among...

Understanding opposing perspectives

“I think it’s time to stop feeling sorry for ourselves, and instead of saying ‘I'm a victim of the polarization of this world,’ how...
Students await service at Lime Fresh and the newly established pasta bar

Food Court finds footing, offers higher quality food

Students await service at Lime Fresh and the newly established pasta bar Feb. 10. These are the only two food court options open...