In this week’s edition of LBCC’s student newspaper, the Commuter talks free Microsoft Office, Day of the Dead, scary Halloween games, the LBCC bond and more.
We’ve got two announcements from LBCC press releases to start us off. Keep an eye on this space for more announcements.
On campus the spirits of the dead will be among the student body. Thankfully the spirits walking among us are those from loved ones being remembered in celebration of Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead.
Next month Linn and Benton county residents will be asked to cast their vote on Measure 22-130, requesting taxpayers to foot the bill for vast improvements to four campuses in the LBCC network.
If you weren’t on campus on Oct. 16, 2014, you might have missed out on LBCC’s participation in the Great Oregon Shakeout.
The rural communities of Linn and Benton counties are caught off guard when confronted by the introduction of gender-neutral bathrooms.
Pay4Print was first introduced to LBCC approximately seven years ago.
Here’s our weekly announcements for LBCC, including upcoming events, a call to poets, upcoming sports games, and more.
Carolina Faria Autran De Morais spent 28 days locked away in a privately run detention center built for housing illegal immigrants.
In this week’s edition of The Commuter, we talk scholarships, LBCC’s new debate club, detention and lots more.
No more waiting in line and filling out registration forms: the LBCC tutoring system is now going paperless.
This November, Oregonians will cast their votes on the 2014 general election ballot measures.