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 in hefty fines for drivers caught holding and using mobile...

Green Chemistry Club seeks to recycle used kitchen oil

The Green Chemistry Club has been attempting to produce biodiesel on campus. The goal is to create fuel from the used fryer oil on campus. This way, waste from the cafeteria and culinary department...

Public Safety awarded

The Office of Public Safety at Lane Community College has been granted the 2017 Department of the Year Award from the Western Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. LCC Public Safety works with college departments,...

Visiting students share stories to promote peace

In September, two students — one from Palestine and one from Israel — arrived in Eugene as part of an initiative to bridge the gap between people of two regions that have been at...

Proposed legislation would change financial aid disbursement practices; Oregon H.B. 4102 gets hearing,...

Lane student leaders are lobbying the state legislature to pass a bill preventing companies that handle financial aid payments from deducting disciplinary charges and fees from student accounts. The House Consumer Protection and Efficiency Committee...

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...

So long, paper tickets

Lane Transit District has signed a $2.8 million contract with a California-based electronic fare collection agency in efforts to modernize their systems. To move toward a new era of payment options for...

Identity management further delays student email addresses

Over the course of five months, students at Lane have been given three different dates to expect the roll-out of Google Education Apps. Each of those dates came and went months ago, and according...

Student government quorum not met

Nicole Rund Reporter There were several empty seats at the student government meeting, Wednesday, March 3. President Malissa Ratthasing and Vice President Ashley Jackson were both absent as were the majority of senators. Senator Felicia Dickinson,...