Dress, dance and displays of diversity

International Night allows the international students at Lane Community College the opportunity to showcase their country for everyone who visits the exhibition for the earlier part of the event at the Mary...

Coding for humanity

Local developers wrote code to solve pressing issues in the community at Hack for a Cause. Volunteers worked from the evening of April 26 until noon on April 28. They used software...

‘If you can move, you can dance’

As spectators entered the Ragozzino Hall at Lane Community College on Sunday, April 29, they were greeted by a message on the background of the stage reading “Dance is the hidden language...

Tune in, turn on

A philanthropic arm of Oregon Country Fair, KOCF community radio had a benefit concert April 20, at Whirled Pies in Eugene. The live 8-piece band filled the atmosphere with jazzy riffs. People...

Catering for the hungry

The Hult Center hosted over 50 restaurants, breweries and wineries to fund money for Food for Lane County, on April 8. Mike West, a local restaurateur, founded Chef’s Night Out in 1991...

Saturday Market celebrates 50 years

Saturday Market encompasses the spirit of Eugene. On April 6, the Eugene Saturday Market kicked off its 50th season. It all started with one woman, Lotte Streisinger. Inspired...

Putting the ‘wow’ in ‘powwow’

After two years, the Native American Student Association has brought back their Powwow to Lane Community College. With every beat of the drums from the Bad Soul Singers, attendees felt the heartbeat...

Students respond to tuition increase, outsourcing

There are major changes coming to Lane Community College in the near future that will be affecting day-to-day student life. To start, on April 1, the Board of...

Titan head coach to lead Lane United Football Club

Conner Cappelletti, affectionately known as Coach Cap by his team, has an extensive resume that shows his passion for soccer. Cappelletti began his college career during the 2007 season at Wallace State...