‘We must do better’

Swaths of red shirts swirled in front of the Center Building at Lane Community College, chatter energizing the sunny atmosphere. Laptops lined the edge of a long table; students took their turns...

Remembering Alex Gradin

Alex Oyombe Gradin, a student at Lane Community College, was shot and killed in a parking lot behind Taylor’s Bar and Grill in the early hours of May 4, according to the...

Seeds of climate change

After the Juliana v. US case was delayed, the front-runners of the case met up at the Wildish Community Theatre on Nov. 7 to update constituents on their mission, their stance and...

Nintendo Signs Eugene Indie Game

On Aug. 31 at the PAX West gaming convention in Seattle, Doinksoft, a Eugene-based startup, announced that it will release a game called Gato Roboto in 2019 for Nintendo Switch and PC platforms. The action-adventure...

Short legislative session cut shorter

On Mar. 3, the Oregon Legislature adjourned their 2018 regular session one week ahead of schedule. Several key bills were passed by lawmakers during the hectic 28-day session, including a measure that expanded the...

Oregon moves toward rent protection

Oregon is experiencing an influx of people moving to the state. According to a survey conducted by United Van Lines, Oregon was the most moved-to state in the country for both 2015 and 2016....

Lane competes to save energy

The Institute of Sustainable Practices is hosting a series of contests at Lane Community College to promote positive energy use. The root vegetables kohlrabi and parsnips along with summer squash and chard are invited...

Lane graduates get the spotlight

Titan Store clerks Janilet Gomez and Shelby Inskeep assist Lane’s soon to be graduates with graduation accessories. Cap and gowns were available at the Titan Store to try on and purchase to wear...

The force is stronger than ever

On May 25, 1977, filmmaker George Lucas released his third feature film, “Star Wars,” to only about 32 theaters nationwide. The film would go on to play in over one thousand theaters in its...