Community’s only LGBTQ bar, closed

The Wayward Lamb, Eugene’s only explicitly LGBTQ bar, closed its doors for the last time on Feb. 3. “I’m so sad to hear it’s...

Practice what you teach

On the night of Dec. 8, Lane Community College health and physical education instructor Grady O’Connor used his skills in first aid to stop...

Full house at FAFSA workshop

Students fill the rows of the computer lab as instructors provide assistance. Lane Community College students attended a Free Application for Federal Student Aid...

Budget subcommittee asks for ideas

Robert Kirkpatrick, former ASLCC President, chair of LCC’s Budget Development Subcommittee and the only student on the subcommittee, calls for students, faculty, staff...

Flu outbreak: serious issue or speculation?

Within the first few weeks of January, outbreaks of the flu have killed several older residents in Lane County. The World Health Organization defines an...

Lane athletes lead the pack

For the past few years Lane Community College's track and field student athletes have been gaining success among their community college peers. As a...

Oregon governor pushes for stricter gun control

In the midst of the national debate about gun rights, Oregon governor Kate Brown is maintaining her stance that higher restrictions will lead to...
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LCC OSPIRG and Open 101

On Thursday, Jan. 25, Titan students and faculty members held a press conference presenting an investigative report entitled “Open 101: an Action Plan for...

Campus crime is down

On Sept. 20, Lane Community College released their Annual Security Report for the 2016 calendar year. The data shows that while crime, in general...