This week in The Commuter: iLearn at LBCC, a #FutureSelfie contest to win scholarships, the Roadrunners, the Beavers and more.
Daycare, work and limited time are inconveniences to potential students. Linn-Benton Community College has a solution.
In this week’s Poetry Corner, Kiera Lynn shares her poem, “a LOVE poem.”
The Laurasian Institution places foreign students in homes of local families in the Willamette Valley. Sharyn Abbes is responsible for recruiting those families to help the students adapt to new environments.
This November student voices can combat potential tuition increases by participating in the Vote OR Vote campaign at LBCC.
The LBCC volleyball team will have their first super scrimmage Wednesday, Aug. 20 at Pacific University. The team will face Division III teams, a few NAIA teams, and teams from the NWAC.
Deep in summer, the Linn-Benton Community College Horticulture Club is the typical “busy bee,” growing organic produce and retailing that product at the Thursday Farmers’ Market in the courtyard.
Albany, Oregon represented its artistic values while celebrating the second annual Midsummer Arts on Aug. 2.
In August’s special summer edition of LBCC’s student newspaper, The Commuter, we talk about the LBCC choir, the Voyager Club, the “Rocket Women” of LBCC, review some movies, investigate disappearing honey bees and more.
In this week’s Poetry Corner, EAMPH the first shares “Pacific.”
James Reddan, director of choral activities, led 34 singers on July 18 as they competed in the eighth annual World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia. Attending for the first time, they brought home three awards.
Anthony Gordon is using her artistic ability to inform individuals how events from across the world are affecting her here and now.