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...

Exhibit reshapes perception of art; Artist challenges traditional interpretation in Building 11 gallery

Jeanne Heifetz is a New York-based artist whose collection, Geometry of Hope, is inspired by the difference between what we think we see and what we actually see. Shadows, which have no independent existence, but...

Art exhibit tackles difficult subject; Faculty and students express how cancer touched their lives

Media arts student Rainer Anderson, who prefers to be called RB, said his life was shattered when he found out he had cancer. He uses writing and art to express what it’s been like...

Oregon elects first bisexual governor in the United States

Oregonians elected Kate Brown, the nation’s first LGBT woman, as governor on Nov. 8. Brown had been serving as interim governor after John Kitzhaber resigned early in November, 2015. “I am really focused on...

Digital books slash textbook costs

Two more math classes will be using Open Education Resources, or free digital textbooks, at Lane’s main campus. The move towards OER stems from the high cost of textbooks. According to College Board, a...

Resource fair held to assist students

For the first time Lane is offering a Student Services Resource Fair with the hope that it will give them the tools and strategies needed to make the pieces fit together. The fair will...

Lane President wins outstanding award

Lane Community College President, Mary Spilde, recently won the prestigious Howard Cherry Award for the 15 years she has spent working with this college. After 37 total years spent working in education, Spilde is...

Longhouse offers common space for Lane students and community

Community members gather in the Longhouse on Lane’s main campus each week for Native American Potluck and Crafts Night. Congregated around a single, long table in the Great Room, children, adults and elders commune...