Tuition transparency bill passed

On Mar. 3, the Student Voice and Transparency Act was passed by the Oregon House of Representatives for the second time and now awaits...

Program makes strides

Physical therapy helps many people who have suffered an immobilizing injury to use that part of their body again. It can help professional athletes...

Invisible disabilities brought to light

The Center for Accessible Resources helps students who may need academic support. The CAR staff works with students who have documented disabilities and faculty...

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...

Crimes strike Valley River area

The Eugene Police Department is investigating an attempted carjacking and a separate attempted kidnapping that took place in the Valley River area on Saturday,...

Lane alum stands with senator to defend DACA

Former Titan, Esli Becerra and his brother Kevin Becerra-Segura stand with Senator Ron Wyden in Washington D.C. on the day of the State...

Eyes ahead, hands off

Sgt. Christopher Hanneson stands outside the Mary Spilde Center downtown on Oct. 5. Oregon’s updated distracted driving law, effective Oct. 1, 2017, will result...