Campus decaffeinated

Blenders, the only coffee shop at Lane Community College, will be leaving after June 30 as part of the outsourcing of the school’s Food Services, currently run by David Ferris, which have...

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...

Cuts hurt; Students and faculty from eliminated programs speak up

“They at least owe the students an apology,” first year auto collision student Matthew Solomon said about the impending closure of his program. “Why let students enroll if they knew they may not be...

Drone accessibility expands

Quadcopter drones are a common and accessible tool in the world of unmanned aerial systems. Personalized aerial flight has been inaccessible for most of the public for some time now. However, the invention of...

Lane rolls out new software to track degree progress; Website changes slated for February...

Lane’s Enrollment Services department is currently beta testing software that would track students’ degree progress in terms of learning, experience and cumulative credits. Dean of Enrollment and Management Systems, Helen Garrett, said the software DegreeWorks,...

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 Community College in November. This announcement adds a third to...
digital course evaluations

Paper Evals Phased Out

After the move to digital course evaluations, student involvement dropped from an estimated 70 percent to 11 percent. Lane switched from paper to online course evaluations this academic year. The move is estimated to...