His Final Hike

Illustration by Cat Frink The family and friends of  Lane Community College student Brandon Stansell are grieving after his death from a car accident on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The incident took place around 3:20 a.m., just...

Brewfest hops to the beat

Eugene’s local National Public Radio station, KLCC, will be hosting its annual brewfest on the Feb. 10 and 11. The KLCC Brewfest will take place at the Lane Events Center from 5 p.m. to...

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,...
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...

DACA activist brings Dream to DC

LCC student Jesus Narvaez accompanied Congressman Peter Defazio to the 2018 State of the Union Address because of his pursuit of immigration equality. Narvaez has completed hundreds of hours of immigrant advocacy work...

Mims House legacy recognized

On Sunday, May 29, Willie Mims (81) unveiled a granite monument in front of his historical childhood home on High Street to a crowd of around 200 people. The monument and the event represent...

Barnes & Noble may replace Titan bookstore

Editor’s Note: This is the second of a three-part series exploring the potential impact of budget cuts on the services and resources available to students, faculty and staff at Lane Community College....

Lawsuit results in student oversight of activity fees

In response to an August 2015 lawsuit filed by Francisco Gomez over the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group’s use of a portion of its $3 share of the activity fee to lobby politicians,...

The excluded candidate

The 2018 Oregon Democrat and Republican gubernatorial candidates have raked in over $23 million in combined campaign contributions, the most in Oregon’s history. Incumbent Democratic Governor Kate Brown netted funds from Michael Bloomberg’s gun...