Trump’s visit to Eugene divides community

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XczLFlPuqIU&feature=youtu.be Video by Hunter Ruland The sunny Friday afternoon seemed almost normal. People were preparing for the impending  weekend ahead, but this particular Friday was different. It was marked with a visit by a presidential candidate,...
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Student senate attempts to suspend bylaws [Video]

On April 19, the student senate held an emergency meeting where the senate unanimously voted to suspend their bylaws for the rest of Spring Term, so that more students would be able to run...

Community members provide support for sexual assault victims

  Students march together at the the 38th annual Take Back the Night Rally on UO campus. More than 400 students showed their support at the event that was put on by the ASUO...
Deni Milan is a resident at the Nightingale Health Sanctuary

Rest Stop Program provides temporary housing

Deni Milan opens her tent, revealing space for storage and a smaller tent for sleeping. Milan is a resident at the Nightingale Health Sanctuary across from Autzen Stadium, where the Everyone Matters event...
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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...

Water main break closes campus

A public safety officer guards Eldon Schafer Dr., one of the main roads leading onto Lane’s Main Campus, while the college was closed due to a water main failure was being repaired. Facilities,...
The remodel will accommodate advanced production studios, a resource center and new computer labs.

A Program Divided

The Media Arts program is being relocated to Building 18 following a retrofit of the building scheduled for completion by winter 2017. The remodel will accommodate advanced production studios, a resource center and new computer...

New Jersey Four discuss racism and homophobia

Ending in a moment of silence, the GSA/BSU hosted a meet and greet with the New Jersey Four, which brought about a sea of emotions as Patreese Johnson, Venice Brown and Renata Hill...