Student course evaluations ignored by students, disliked by staff

Winter Term has ended and Spring Term is in motion. Much knowledge has been gained. Techniques have been acquired, and grades received. However, a process of critical analysis required for change has yet again...

The two faces of modern managerialism

Despite calls by the Faculty Association and others for LCC's administration to put their “numbers” — claiming net savings from closing the Auto Body & Paint and Electronics programs — up against the Faculty...

What will you stand for?

When I was 10, my 13-year-old brother almost died. He had been at a party in the woods and, having drank too much, fell ten feet from a boulder. As he lay vomiting from...

Save some spotlight for sex traffic victims

Fans gathered in their homes, in bars and at the field to watch the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos fight for the championship at Super Bowl LXVIII. But there’s another fight that’s happening: the...

Battling the stigma surrounding community college; dispelling misconceptions about investing in the future

    At one time or another, most of us have been guilty of propagating some sort of stigma, either based on race, religion, physical appearance or something as common and petty as a difference in...

Injured student-athletes should keep scholarships

During the 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament, University of Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries ever seen on national television. Millions of fans witnessed Ware’s lower right leg bone snap in...

A letter from ASLCC

Editor’s Note: On Jan. 17, the Associated Students of Lane Community College Student Government held their first public meeting of the new term. At the meeting, new President Nick Keough announced that...

ASLCC President invites student feedback

I have been asked a few times if Student Government plans to take a stance on the issue of the Classified staff strike. I went to the union rally and spoke to the Board...

Getting around campus is educational and fun

Penny Scott  Editor-In-Chief Lane's Center Building revamp is progressing nicely. When it's finished, Lane students, faculty, staff and campus guests will marvel at its beauty I'm sure. Blue barriers, blocked doorways, dead ends, stairs that go...