A year ago McMenamins created their own passport, the McMenamins Passport, for customers to win prizes while enjoying the brewpub journey along the way. Mcmenamins is a brewery chain that owns 53 properties across Washington and western Oregon, including two local properties in Corvallis. The various properties include brewpubs, pubs with their own home-brew, hotels, […]
Dance is something that anyone can do, whether or not they think can. It’s a form of expression and art, you don’t always have to be perfect and even coordinated. If there is a feeling of euphoria and excitement, then there is nothing wrong.
The LBCC Fall Concert takes place this Thursday November 29, at the Russell Tripp Performance Center and will feature our two A Cappella groups. Both “The Sirens” and “Blue Light Special” will perform at the Thursday Night event before they prepare for a January date for the opening round of the International Championships of Collegiate A Cappella.
On Wednesday, May 9, the ballroom at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center on the OSU campus almost filled to capacity to hear world renowned author Joyce Carol Oates. The author was recently named the first recipient of the OSU Stone Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement and was scheduled to receive the actual award the following day.
Don’t be surprised if someday you see Laura Blackwell’s name in lights. “I’d love to be in New York,” said the Linn-Benton student last week. She sees herself working on Broadway but knows she has a long way to go to make that dream come true. For now, she is plying her theater passions on the LB stage and at downtown’s Albany Civic Theater.
Jennifer M. Hartsock|Opinion Editor
Dianne Hartsock, a local writer from Oregon, has published a novel and several short stories.
Michaela Wasson, Contributing Writer
Victoria Fridley, Writing Center director, is an amazing artist. For the last three and a half years, she has been striving to find out what students need for writing success and making that available to them as soon as possible.
Theresa Griffith, Contributing Writer
A follow-up to my article entitled, “What Would Life Be Like Without Art?”
Alyssa Archer, Photo Assistant
In honor of National Poetry Month, the LBCC Poetry Club and Willamette Valley PhotoArts Guild combined forces to put together an inspirational display in the SSH Gallery on campus.
The deadline for submitting artwork to the annual LBCC Student Juried Art Exhibit is Wednesday, April 20, at 4 p.m.