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...

‘We will not be silent’

The March For Our Lives passes through the Park Blocks during the Saturday Market. People from different social, economic, ethnic and racial backgrounds...

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...

ASLCC to take stance on tuition, vote on bylaws

The Associated Students of Lane Community College will wait until finals week to vote on changes to its bylaws, members decided at the March...

The die is cast on deficit

It is now week eight of spring term at Lane Community College with the end of the fiscal year fast approaching on June 30....

Satirical protest spotlights closing of Jacobs Gallery

“The question is: do we consider the arts as part of the community?” Lane art instructor Kathleen Caprario-Ulrich said while holding a sign saying...

Water main break closes campus

A public safety officer guards Eldon Schafer Dr., one of the main roads leading onto Lane’s Main Campus, while the college was closed...

Social justice group participates in MLK-associated march

LisaMarie Lusk ReporterIn solidarity with the MLK march, Daniel Pollock and the SoJust group spearheaded two separate campus marches on Jan. 16, with the...

Words matter; Responding to allegations about racism

At the ASLCC meeting on May 6 allegations were made by several members of the gallery regarding racism on campus. Lane student Rudwan Dawod...