In this week’s edition we talk about a white supremacist hate letter distributed at the Albany Veterans Day Parade, review “Interstellar,” discuss racism, show you the choir students heading off to the ACDA performance, and more.
LBCC received the honor to send students to the American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA) 2015 National Conference in February.
Here’s a quick look at some events that are coming up this week at Linn-Benton Community College.
Since the midterm elections on Nov. 4 three students have been found smoking marijuana in their cars because “it’s legal.”
The RoadRunners had their final regular season match Wednesday, Nov. 12 against division champions Clackamas CC. In a match that would have no affect on the final standings, Linn-Benton used the match as preparation for the upcoming NWAC playoffs.
With thousands of students attending LBCC’s Albany campus, it’s important to have security staff in place to react, respond, and; if necessary, enforce security measures.
In this week’s edition we cover Veteran’s Day, offer profiles of LBCC’s veterans, talk sports, and more.
Secretary of State Kate Brown made a special trip to the campus of LBCC on Oct. 29. Brown and her small entourage toured the campus while making stops in a few classrooms along the way.
On Tuesday, Oct. 28 Representative Sara Gelser (D) spoke on the Linn-Benton Community College campus.
Chris Trotchie visited the Linn County Clerk’s office in Oregon, and brought back this photo essay.
Here’s this week’s announcements, dates to watch for, and events.
Welcome to the 2014 Mid-Term Elections edition of The Commuter.