Community members in Corvallis, Ore. gathered in front of the Benton County Courthouse Sat., Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. to protest police brutality and demand reform.
LBCC received the honor to send students to the American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA) 2015 National Conference in February.
The Anime Club has been reactivated at LBCC. The new adviser for the club is mathematics instructor Kylene Hart and the student representative is Kanya “Nova” Englehart.
Linn-Benton was defeated in their last game in five sets to Clackamas Wednesday night.
The Wayne Tinkle era of OSU basketball started with a win. On Friday, Nov. 14 Beavers basketball beat Rice University 67-54 and began the 2014-2015 1-0.
A win for the ages. The Beavers beat the sixth ranked Arizona State Sun Devils in front of their home crowd.
“Interstellar” is a science-fiction movie starring Matthew McConaughey and directed by Christopher Nolan. While I did enjoy the movie, I do have a few gripes with it.
"Some of my personal circumstances are changing and I'm worried that it could affect my financial aid."
The term “Let’s Play” generally refers to a fairly new genre of online video entertainment that revolves around watching people play video games and listening to their commentary.
I have a good idea of why the color of a person’s skin can affect the way we feel. It is because we are racist. We are taught from childhood that racism is not acceptable. So how do I suppose this is even a possibility?
It has taken me some time to gather my thoughts on a hate flier that was distributed earlier in the week in Albany during the annual Veterans Day Parade.
For the last several weeks The Commuter has covered the story of Carolina Faria Autran De Morais and her frightful 28 day stay at the Houston processing center. During the interview process, her story raised concerns surrounding a privately run company making money on the amount of beds it has full each month.
This week's Poetry Corner features work from Kent Elliott, Nathan Tav Knight and Michelle Soutar.
This week's Poetry Corner features work by LBCC poets Kent Elliott, Nathan Tav Knight and Kallan Bathke.