ASLCC adds environmental studies student to Senate; Golfers unite in “We Are the World”...

Lane’s student government filled one of the vacancies in its senate by ratifying environmental studies student Emily Aguilera. “I’m all about sustainability,” Aguilera said. “It’s one of the big things in my life.” The Associated Students...

OSPIRG starts campaign to reduce textbook costs

OSPIRG began its campaign to reduce the cost of textbooks, #textbookbroke, with a kickoff event outside of the Center Building Jan. 27. OSPIRG organizer Adam Parker, Board of Education member Tony McCown, and student government...

ASLCC appoints new senators to vacancies

Lane’s student government appointed Meg Geldart as its second senator this term to fill a vacancy during the Jan. 29 senate meeting. Geldart is working towards an eventual master’s degree in public health and in...

LTD donation gives Diesel Tech students hands-on experience

The newly branded bus donated by Lane Transit District rolled out in front of Building 1 Feb. 5 for its official unveiling. Ty Voltage was dancing next to his picture on the back of...

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 must draw up the details outlining how much training staff...

Proposed legislation would change financial aid disbursement practices; Oregon H.B. 4102 gets hearing,...

Lane student leaders are lobbying the state legislature to pass a bill preventing companies that handle financial aid payments from deducting disciplinary charges and fees from student accounts. The House Consumer Protection and Efficiency Committee...

Fencing group gains club status; ASLCC Senate approves $3,204 for equipment and initial costs

It’s taken eight months for Lane’s newest club to counter-riposte from its passé to get the recognition and funding it needed from the Associated Students of Lane Community College. Fencing Club founder and coach Carl...

Transport fee goes under the microscope; Students to discuss fee changes Feb. 5

The college’s $27-per-student transportation fee merits a closer examination, members of Lane’s student government decided at their Jan. 29 meeting. The fee, one of five every student on the main campus pays each term, helps...