Let’s Talk About Sexual Assault

"It’s on me. It’s on you. It’s on us — and it’s within our power to end sexual violence on campus once and for all,” said Vice President Joe Biden in relation to President...

Lawsuit results in student oversight of activity fees

In response to an August 2015 lawsuit filed by Francisco Gomez over the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group’s use of a portion of its $3 share of the activity fee to lobby politicians,...

Veterans rights surveyed on campus

Victoria Stephens Reporter Student veterans may experience anger, anxiety, depression and time management problems according to Jennifer Morzenti, Eugene Vet Center Reintegration Counselor who spoke at the first Brown Bag Talks on Wednesday, Oct. 22. Brown Bag...

Lane Health Clinic offers needed services

Daniel Roark Reporter Winter term has started and cold and flu season is in full swing. These and other ailments or injuries could befall anyone at any time. The Lane Health Clinic provides a broad range...

Leaked faculty safety proposal causes controversy; Instructors negotiate for power to eject unruly students

Students might find themselves removed from the classrooms under the faculty union’s negotiating safety proposal, giving instructors authority to dismiss students with inappropriate behaviors without filing a Code of Conduct complaint. The current proposal reads:...

Special meeting called to discuss budget, cuts; Finalized enrollment numbers on table for April...

The Lane Board of Education will meet April 28 to decide how to weather a projected potential shortfall of between $8.5 million and $12.6 million for the next school year that could cause the...

Budget decisions looming; Oregon’s underprivileged groups seek more money

An estimated 300 people packed the Springfield City Hall Council Chambers on Thursday, April 23 for a public hearing with members of the Oregon Legislature Joint Ways and Means Committee. More than 50 people signed...

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 workshop in Building 11 Room 255 Wednesday Oct. 11, seeking...

OSPIRG kicks off the term

August Frank Reporter More than 30 people filled room 34 in Building 17 for the Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group’s kick-off party on Thursday, Oct. 16. During the party, different campaigns were outlined that OSPIRG will...