Smokers refuge at risk

Ella Jones Reporter Lane Community College’s smoking huts might be moved to the perimeter of campus or could be removed altogether. These were two of the...

Candidate ragequits meeting; Gomez describes untreated anger problem

  After a series of emotional outbursts on Wednesday, presidential candidate Francisco “Kiko” Gomez said he has untreated anger management issues, in a late-night interview...

Chinuk Wawa language classes in danger after budget review

“We’re all from here, our history, our lessons, the things we teach should be inclusive of everybody,” James Florendo, Coordinator of the Lane American...

Candidates prepare for elections; Polls open April 28 to May 1...

Lane students will elect a student government and consider two ballot measures in the Associated Students of Lane Community College general election, between April...
Students await service at Lime Fresh and the newly established pasta bar

Food Court finds footing, offers higher quality food

Students await service at Lime Fresh and the newly established pasta bar Feb. 10. These are the only two food court options open...

Elections gets new look, website; Voters in the student election must...

After years of electing leaders via their myLane accounts, students might have to register for a different, more private network when the polls open...

Former ‘economic hitman’ offers to teach at Lane; Author: ‘Revolution in...

Lane Peace Symposium keynote speaker and bestselling author John Perkins said he riske his life when he wrote about the powerful people and organizations...

Fencing students need blades; ASLCC approves equipment funds

A request by Lane’s Fencing Club for $435.90 to replace six broken fencing blades was approved at the May 21 senate meeting after the...

‘Free’ college opportunities debated

Oregon promises to waive tuition for some students at Lane and 16 other community colleges starting in the fall of 2016. The average Lane student...