In this weeks Poetry Corner, EAMPH the first shares “Off Boylston.”
Daycare, work and limited time are inconveniences to potential students. Linn-Benton Community College has a solution.
Selfies can now serve an academic purpose.
Congressman Peter DeFazio made 19 stops on a town hall tour in Oregon this month while keeping up with the different communities he serves in the House of Representatives.
In this week’s Poetry Corner, Kiera Lynn shares her poem, “a LOVE poem.”
The reboot of the iconic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) hit theaters this month and viewers hoping for a fresh slice will undoubtedly leave with the salty taste of anchovies.
The community of Lebanon is striving to create new opportunities for its community by donating a one-acre parcel of land to build a skatepark.
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.
The LBCC journalism program has served as a jump-start for the careers of journalists that fill the pages of local papers. Audrey Gomez of the Lebanon Express and Jesse Skoubo of the Albany Democrat-Herald and Corvallis Gazette-Times are two of them.
On Saturday, Aug. 9 the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) hosted the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Commemoration at Corvallis Riverfront Park, a memorial to victims who suffered from nuclear attacks.