Master Recycler program helps cities go green; Kelly Bell looks to make the world...

In the 13 years since the Master Recycler program has been in Eugene, green has gone viral. The program has turned 700 volunteers into knowledgable recyclers since moving from Portland to the Eugene-Springfield area. In...

Public Safety Briefs (4907)

Nov. 19, 10:14 a.m.    Suspicious person An unidentified woman was reportedly “acting strangely, pantomiming horror stories, like someone killing themselves” in Building 19. She was also reported to have been “throwing things out of her...

Lane tracks inflation to set tuition; Board of Education has yet to decide on...

The Lane Board of Education voted unanimously to select the Higher Education Price Index, a tool for measuring a college’s inflation, to guide them when considering the cost of tuition in the upcoming year. HEPI...

Food pantry opens, gives to students; Organizer: 65 to 75 percent of students qualify

Lane’s new food pantry for students has opened and will give food away Nov. 21 and 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Rainy Day Food Pantry, located in Room 218 of the...

Diversity debate continues; Council tries to strike compromise between faculty, students

With four different recommendations for cultural competency training on the table, the College Council will meet Dec. 12 to hear testimony from the instructors who would be affected by the new policy. The recommendations were...

Public Safety Briefs (49-06)

Stolen Vehicle, Oct. 31, 12:01 p.m. Public Safety received a report of a potential stolen vehicle from Lot L. The unidentified student found his car in the third tier of Lot L and said he...

Lane hosts workshops explaining, promoting scholarships

Lane is hosting a series of scholarship workshops to help students researchdifferent types of scholarships and learn the process of successfully applying. Students can attend either of the upcoming workshops, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m....

Fitness classes available for Lane staff

Eleven Lane staff members participated in Lane instructor Layne King’s Oct. 28 Wellness Programs Interval class. At 12:10 p.m., King immediately started the class by having all 11 students push themselves at maximum resistance for...