College audit comes back all clear; Independent agency approves Lane’s accounting

After an extensive independent audit of the previous school year’s finances, Lane has received a nod of fiscal approval. Kenneth Kuhns & Co., a Salem-based...

Lane rolls out new software to track degree progress; Website changes...

Lane’s Enrollment Services department is currently beta testing software that would track students’ degree progress in terms of learning, experience and cumulative credits. Dean of...

Lane holds scholarship event for local students; Over 400 estimated in...

Lane held its 15th annual How to Pay for College in One Day event Jan. 11 in the Center for Meeting and Learning. The free...

Gas leak leaves students rained out; Math, science divisions...

Workers fixed a ruptured gas line in Building 16 that forced hundreds of students and faculty to evacuate the building on Jan. 10 for...

ASLCC president wants MPC coordinator position to be elected

Students voted last year on a ballot measure that would amend the ASLCC constitution, converting the multicultural programs coordinator from an elected position to...

Food Pantry continues to gain momentum; Clothing Stash merges with pantry

Lane’s Rainy Day Food Pantry is growing rapidly with the help of an anonymous donor. The pantry received $2,500 anonymously, ASLCC Sustainability Coordinator Michael Weed...

Campus radio station brews support

KLCC will celebrate 46 years on the air and 12 years of beer when its 12th-annual Microbrew Festival begins Feb. 7. The festival, at the...

Board eyes Spilde plan; Diversity training talks set for Feb. 5

Lane moved one step closer to requiring every employee to attend cultural competency training when the Board of Education on Jan. 8 discussed, for...