Food pantry opens, gives to students; Organizer: 65 to 75 percent...

Lane’s new food pantry for students has opened and will give food away Nov. 21 and 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The...

NAACP march aims to promote change; 300 march for equal rights...

An estimated 300 people marched in support of inclusive communities and national unity in the Jan. 20 Martin Luther King Jr. Day March and...

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’...

New club makes biology approachable

Lane students are involved in several on-campus clubs relating to material they’re studying. From the Fencing Club to the Capriccio Performance Club to digital...

Brewfest hops to the beat

Eugene’s local National Public Radio station, KLCC, will be hosting its annual brewfest on the Feb. 10 and 11. The KLCC Brewfest will take...

Aerial herbicide ban struck down

On March 7, a Lane County judge ruled that the proposed aerial herbicide spray ban will not appear on the ballot in the May...

Activist envisions strength in numbers; anarchist-author to speak at Lane

Daniel Roark ReporterAnarchist organizer of direct action networks Dr. Chris Dixon will be coming to Lane Community College Nov. 10 to promote his new book,...

College adopts diversity mandate

At its Feb. 5 meeting, Lane’s Board of Education unanimously decided to require its employees to participate in a diversity-training program. The college’s governance system...

Invisible threat leads to evacuation of Building 11

On Oct. 28 Hillary Elms, an English as a Second Language teacher, noticed something strange. “I was walking around and in one area ... it...