Food services cut again, again

Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series exploring the potential impact of budget cuts on the services and resources...

Everyone deserves warmth

Editor’s Note: Most of the information in this article, as well as details about warming center locations and hours, can be found...

Senate tensions simmer

The ASLCC Senate meeting on Nov. 8 followed the tumultuous tone of the meeting the previous day, during which a Senator speaking...

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...

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...

‘Good’ to go

In just over 30 minutes, the makeup of the Associated Students of Lane Community College Student Government was drastically altered. ASLCC Student Government Vice President...

Feds spooked by kids’ litigation

Juliana v. United States was filed in 2015 by climatologist Dr. James Hansen and 21 young people aged 10-22, six of whom are from...

Fancy feast for big cats

More than 300 benefactors enjoyed a pan-Asian meal at the 16th annual Harvest Dinner Gala at Lane Community College’s Center of Meeting and Learning...

Guardian trailers arrive downtown

With multiple complaints of crime throughout the City of Eugene, the Police Department needed to take action. Chris Skinner, relatively new police chief, attempted to...