Lane complaints system overhauled; administration makes procedure more student friendly

Ella Jones Managing Editor The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities conducted a seven year review of Lane Community College last year. As part of the process, a group of accreditors visited the college late in...

Outgoing senate ends busy year; Recollections and group hug featured

The 2014-2015 student senate met for the last time on Wednesday, May 27. In recognition, the agenda was rearranged so that outgoing senators and staff could each speak to the gathering before handling any...

Student government expects another low voter turnout

  A group of laptops sit mingled within balloons and candy, awaiting prospective voters in an improvised polling station on the first floor of the Center Building in the food court on May 9. Shianne...

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 their immigration status. Some students worried about racial profiling and...

Accreditation, the seven year itch

Ella Jones Reporter Every seven years the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities conducts site visits to determine if federal standards for classes are being met. NCCUir evaluatorsinspectors will visit Lane Community College on Oct. 29,...

AARP grant funds opportunity for baby-boomers

LisaMarie Lusk Reporter A grant from the American Association of Retired Persons provides opportunities for job seekers age 50 and older residing in Lane County. The free course, offered through Lane Workforce Partnership, focuses on teaching...

ASLCC candidates look for student support; Polls open April 28 to May 1

With a little more than two weeks to campaign, 20 students officially announced their intention on April 14 to run for office in Lane’s student government. Students are elected to four different positions in the...

Master Recycler program helps cities go green; Kelly Bell looks to make the world...

In the 13 years since the Master Recycler program has been in Eugene, green has gone viral. The program has turned 700 volunteers into knowledgable recyclers since moving from Portland to the Eugene-Springfield area. In...