In this week's Poetry Corner, EAMPH the first shares "Pacific."
/ By EAMPH the first
In this week's Poetry Corner, EAMPH the
/ By Michaela Wasson
“Little Red Robin Hood,” a community-produced play,
/ By Kiera Lynn
In this week's Poetry Corner, Kiera Lynn
After the second rest day of the tour, Tejay Van
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
“Little Red Robin Hood,” a community-produced play, ended a successful series of performances at Linn-Benton Community College July 27.
Anthony Gordon is using her artistic ability to inform individuals how events from across the world are affecting her here and now.
Wednesday, July 30 the hearing of Albany teen, Lucius Gentry Wilson, 18, charged with the murder of LBCC student Angela Esther Stephenson, 36, was continued. His appearance was
In this week's Poetry Corner, Kiera Lynn shares her poem, "What Gets Passed Down."
After the second rest day of the tour, Tejay Van Garderen was poised to take advantage of the Pyrenees sitting in fifth place coming into stage 16 of
History classes in Greece, art classes in France – LBCC explores the possibility of study abroad programs – if students show interest in involvement.
The Coastal Range was more alive than usual on July 12 because of the 101 relay teams that worked their way through 111k running course.
The nature-friendly environment of Corvallis did not come easy.
In this week's Poetry Corner, we have "Engagement," by LBCC Poet Laureate, Crash.