Beloved employee passes away

Friends and family met on Sunday, Feb. 26 to celebrate Valerie Wothe’s life. Favorite memories and stories were shared, accompanied by tears and laughter. The group said Wothe loved Yumm bowls, made awesome...

Club council to host charity carnival

On April 18 and 19, the Lane Community College’s Council of Clubs and Center for Student Engagement will host the annual Carnival of Clubs. Games and activities will be spread across Center Plaza and...

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 part of the Northwest Athletic Conference, community college student athletes...

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 the less gun-related violence in the state. “My thoughts and...

Senator Wyden holds town hall at Lane

U.S Senator Ron Wyden speaks to people gathered for an annual town hall meeting about Jordan Cove and the proposed pipeline at LCC's main campus. Senator Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting on...

Talk to your partner

Under a microscope, it resembles spiral pasta, but on the surface of the skin, syphilis starts out as painless, red sores, known as chancres. If caught early it can be cured, preventing the disease...

A climate of change

“I am fighting every day for the great people of this country,” President Trump stated during his address in the White House Rose Garden on June 1. “Therefore, in order to fulfill my solemn...

Wave of support

Brendan O’Meara, an employee at Tsunami Books sorts through used books for resale. A donation jar urging people to donate to the rent fund sits on the concession stand in the back of...