This week in The Commuter: iLearn at LBCC, a #FutureSelfie contest to win scholarships, the Roadrunners, the Beavers and more.
Friday, Sept. 5, 2014, a fire started in Chip Ross Park in Corvallis, Ore., and quickly grew out of control. The fire was discovered at 9 p.m., and fire departments from around the mid-valley area were dispatched to fight the Chip Ross Park fire.
Daycare, work and limited time are inconveniences to potential students. Linn-Benton Community College has a solution.
The LBCC volleyball team will have their first super scrimmage Wednesday, Aug. 20 at Pacific University. The team will face Division III teams, a few NAIA teams, and teams from the NWAC.
Football season is upon us and University of Oregon is keeping a lid on its preparation by having closed practices.
Every boss needs to decide how much to pay an employee. You may look at obvious factors like how crucial is this person to our business, or how much does their job make me in return, or how effective of a worker they are. When it comes to professional athletes, it can be a whole […]
The reboot of the iconic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) hit theaters this month and viewers hoping for a fresh slice will undoubtedly leave with the salty taste of anchovies.
Director James Gunn and producer Kevin Feige have outdone themselves, bringing together a collection of lesser known Marvel characters into one of the best comic book adaptations to date.
There hasn’t been any good animal-character based sci-fi movies until Rupert Wyatt and Matt Reeves brought the Apes to the big screen again.
The Washington Post recently launched a new section called “PostEverything,” which is, near as I can tell, where they put all their clickbaity garbage.
It is possible on the hottest of days to make just about any conservative shudder: just say "liberal."
I have been writing this column since January of 2013, and during that time I have written on a variety of topics from gun control to abortion, to racism. With all the areas of interest I have covered, I would like to extend a deep appreciation to the journalism instructor and Commuter advisor, Rob Priewe, for allowing me to write a conservative and politically/socially right-leaning column in a college publication that is usually moderate to left-leaning.