Running for others’ lives

Over 150 people crossed the finish line at the second annual Womenspace Wonder Run 5k. The event was held at Alton Baker Park to raise money for victims of domestic violence on Saturday, Oct....

Public Safety Reports; Feb. 11 to Feb. 18

Feb. 11 Public Safety received a report of possible harassment in the Center Building. Public Safety asked the unidentified student to leave the class and issued a citation. Feb. 11 The Lane Downtown location had a vending...

Lane prepares for seven year accreditation review

Joel DeVyldere Reporter Lane’s mission to provide transfer and technical degrees will come under scrutiny over the next few weeks as the school undergoes a routine reaccreditation evaluation. Every seven years, the Northwest Commision on Colleges...

Israeli Defense Forces veteran shares perspective

Yaara Tal is a 22-year-old Israeli Defense Forces veteran attending Lane as part of the Peace Makers Project. Tal, who served as an observer in the IDF, was born in a kibbutz “It’s built in a...

Lane: unplugged

Second internet outage in two months leaves students frustrated Lane’s main campus experienced its second Internet outage since December’s disruption on Jan. 14, around 2 p.m. This time the outage did not prove as troublesome...

Veteran’s Day celebration at Lane

Lane Community College held a ceremony to honor the service of veterans on Thursday, Nov. 9, outside of the Center Building. A small crowd huddled in the rain to listen to speeches from LCC...

Turnout for mid-term elections down

August Frank Reporter Polls for the 2014 midterm general election closed at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night, Nov. 4, and the ballot count began. As of 4:45 a.m. on Nov. 5, all 91 precincts had been accounted...

Activist envisions strength in numbers; anarchist-author to speak at Lane

Daniel Roark Reporter Anarchist organizer of direct action networks Dr. Chris Dixon will be coming to Lane Community College Nov. 10 to promote his new book, “Another Politics.” In the book, Dixon presents his vision of...

Spilde scores six-figure payout

Mary Spilde, former President of Lane Community College, will be making over $300,000 per year in pension payments. Spilde is among the top ten recipients of the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System, a retirement...