Author provokes critical race conversation

“It's worth thinking about the history of this country and the institutions that have built wealth through extraction of labor through black lives,” Ta...

Third dean position opens up

The interim Executive Dean for the School of Professional and Technical Careers, Dr. Mary Jeanne Kuhar, recently announced that she will be leaving Lane...

Accreditation draws nearer, students invited to participate in accreditation process

This year, Lane Community College is undergoing its comprehensive seven-year self-evaluation. A big part of the evaluation entails a visit by peer evaluators for...

Critically acclaimed, controversial play comes to LCC

Brandon Taylor Reporter About 30 people auditioned for Lane Community College's spring production of the award winning play, "Angels in America," but there are only eight...

Understanding opposing perspectives

“I think it’s time to stop feeling sorry for ourselves, and instead of saying ‘I'm a victim of the polarization of this world,’ how...

Activity fee sparks lawsuit

Former student senator sues college over voting process Lane’s Board of Education moved Wednesday evening to remove students’ ability to vote on changes to the...

The Learning Garden has room to grow

Enterprising students started the Learning Garden 10 years ago. The one acre lot sitting on the southwest corner of the campus has produced 3,000...
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Eugene marches in unity

On January 21, an estimated 7,000 Eugene citizens participated in the Women's March. This was part of a national movement in protest of the...