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.
This Wednesday and Thursday is a free scholarship workshop for all students interested in money to help pay for school. No registration to the workshop is necessary. It will be held in the Calapooia Center Room 203 from noon to 1 p.m. both days.
Matt Grimes, the new Recreations Facilitator at SLC, wants to know what kind of fun you want to have on campus!
If you’re feeling bogged down, overwhelmed with your classes, or just need a break then LBCC has a solution for you.
Announcements and events for the week of October 1st, 2014.
From the directors of the play “Little Shop of Horrors,” performed last spring, comes original plays by LBCC faculty—writers, directors and producers—Dan Stone and Tinamarie Ivey.