In this week's Poetry Corner, Kiera Lynn shares her poem, "a LOVE poem."
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
The LBCC journalism program has served as a jump-start for the careers of journalists that fill the pages of local papers. Audrey Gomez of the Lebanon Express and
Deep in summer, the Linn-Benton Community College Horticulture Club is the typical "busy bee," growing organic produce and retailing that product at the Thursday Farmers’ Market in the
Scientists and researchers have been busy trying to identify why the loss of honey bees is so staggering. Their notable disappearance nationwide began in 2006 but has been
Albany, Oregon represented its artistic values while celebrating the second annual Midsummer Arts on Aug. 2.
In August's special summer edition of LBCC's student newspaper, The Commuter, we talk about the LBCC choir, the Voyager Club, the "Rocket Women" of LBCC, review some movies,
In this week's Poetry Corner, EAMPH the first shares "Pacific."
“Little Red Robin Hood,” a community-produced play, ended a successful series of performances at Linn-Benton Community College July 27.
History classes in Greece, art classes in France – LBCC explores the possibility of study abroad programs – if students show interest in involvement.
In the cradle of two gorgeous rivers, the Calapooia and the Willamette, Movies at Montieth continues Albany’s summertime tradition of family movies that are shown outdoors. Montieth Park,
Kenton Daniels, a Corvallis resident and former City Council Member, is concerned about the direction LBCC and his community leaders are heading with their plan to build on