Critically acclaimed, controversial play comes to LCC

Brandon Taylor Reporter About 30 people auditioned for Lane Community College's spring production of the award winning play, "Angels in America," but there are only eight parts. The play, written by playwright Tony Kushner, is about...

Budget decisions looming; Oregon’s underprivileged groups seek more money

An estimated 300 people packed the Springfield City Hall Council Chambers on Thursday, April 23 for a public hearing with members of the Oregon Legislature Joint Ways and Means Committee. More than 50 people signed...

What’s on your ballot?

Registered voters in Oregon received their ballots over the past week for the state’s General Election on Nov. 6. In addition to having a say in the selection of elected representatives, Oregon voters will...

Heart of campus named after late education pioneer

Lane Community College has renamed the Center Building after its first president and founder, Dr. Dale. P. Parnell. LCC President, Margaret Hamilton, along with current and former board members, celebrated the renaming dedication Oct.12. Dr. Parnell...

Local bookstore fights to keep lease from big business

Tsunami Books is located on Willamette St. between 25th and 26th Ave. The not-for-profit bookstore is reaching out to the community during the month of March with a pledge drive to save the...
Photo: August Frank

Lane’s 50th anniversary off to a big start

Nicole Rund Reporter Lane Community College was alive with the buzz of anniversary celebrations as students thronged to campus for fall term. On Wednesday, Oct 1. students were handed free, bright blue Lane 50th anniversary t-shirts...

ASLCC appoints new senators to vacancies

Lane’s student government appointed Meg Geldart as its second senator this term to fill a vacancy during the Jan. 29 senate meeting. Geldart is working towards an eventual master’s degree in public health and in...