Public Safety Reports

3/3 at 11:45 p.m.  A vehicle was left near Building 13 with the rear hatch ajar. Valuables, including a woman’s purse, were left inside....

Funds disbursement policy discussed

At its March 11 meeting, the Council of Clubs discussed the protocol for disbursement of funds to clubs. “It’s not student money, it’s public money...

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...

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...

Council fails to vote on funds request; Outdoor Adventure Club decision...

The Council of Clubs failed to meet quorum at its March 4 meeting and was unable to vote on a funds request from the...

College advocacy groups to decide on merger in May

Two student lobby groups that represent Lane and other colleges discussed a possible merger Feb. 21 during an annual conference at Portland State University. Oregon...

Students testify on voter registration

Associated Students of Lane Community College representatives testified Feb. 19 and March 3 in favor of S.B. 1581, a bill that would guarantee students’...

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...

Part-time faculty braces for fall layoffs

With an estimated 800 course sections to be cut next school year, part-time instructors are facing a reduction in their workload, and the college...