Titan receives national recognition

Destiny Stringer, a Lane Community College graphic design student, won second place in the 2017 Associated Collegiate Press National Award Ceremony for her double-paged...

Dropping the call

The Eugene City Council has been approaching ways to provide a safer environment for the Eugene community after recent accounts of robberies in the...

Homelessness jumps in 2017

Every year, the Lane County Human Services Commission releases its annual “Homeless Point in Time” count. The homeless headcount statistics were obtained in a...

A hazy future for marijuana

In his first act of 2018, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memorandum, which functioned as a roadmap for how the federal...

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...

2017 Ruhl Lecture Welcomes Ta-Nehisi Coates as main speaker

“The classroom was a jail of other people’s interests. The library was open, unending, free,” Ta-Nehisi Coates, author, journalist, educator, writes in his National...

‘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...

Run, hide, fight

Over the summer, Lane Community College’s Public Safety Department held its second year of Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training in conjunction with the...

Testing new technology

Mac Bohlman, a media arts student, tries out a Mobile Studio Pro device during a Wacom product demo event on January 26 in...