LBCC's Earth Day celebration took place in the courtyard from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There were a handful of local organizations and campus clubs that shared demonstrations,
In this week's edition of The Commuter, we talk about Earth Day, poetry, pies in the face, and more.
On Monday, April 14, the nursing program at LBCC had a taste of the “flipped” classroom, a new form of teaching where students come to class prepared and
To celebrate National Poetry Month, Linn-Benton students and staff are having an exhibit featuring 27 paintings in a variety of media along with the poems that inspired all
The Student Leadership Council is campaigning to get 3,000 voters registered on campus this year to join thousands more from community colleges and universities across the state.
“Ask everyone to do their part for the cause and help to broaden and widen the conversation [of equality], so we can really open everyone to the importance
The Degree Partnership Program (DPP) was created in 1997 to bridge the gap between Oregon State University and Linn-Benton Community College.
Baseball will be making a comeback to LBCC next spring. This has come as a result of months of work with members of the community. These discussions have
In this week's edition of The Commuter, LBCC baseball is back, dual enrollment information, Darrel Holnes, an SLC voter registration drive and more.
Linn-Benton Community College will re-establish its baseball program next spring with an emphasis on the “student” in student athlete.
In this week's edition of The Commuter, we cover the cost of LBCC's website redesign, Oregon State Baseball, Finders Keepers in Lincoln City, vandalism in Albany, and more.
Expectations were high for the launch of the new LBCC website Fall term 2014, but murmurs on campus spread and excitement turned into questioning the $89,000 purchase to