Lane Community College

Peace Studies
11:08 am
Wed October 23, 2013

Two Young Women Work for Peace in the Middle East

Deema Yusuf (left) of Palestine and Yaara Tal of Israel are attending LCC as part of the new Peacemakers Scholarships Project.
Credit Wendy Jett

Two young women from the Middle East are attending Lane Community College this year. One is from Israel, the other from Palestine. They're working for peace through friendship.

Yaara Tal is 22 years old and comes from a kibbutz in southern Israel, near the Gaza Strip. Deema Yusuf is 18. She's from Nazareth, Palestine. Both took part in a camp for young women called "Creativity for Peace"-- which is geared toward promoting peace in the Middle East. Yusuf says the camp emphasizes communication.

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Community College
6:57 am
Mon September 30, 2013

Enrollment Down At LCC

LCC President Mary Spilde.
Credit Lane Community College

Classes start Monday (September 30th) at Oregon's public Universities and community colleges.  Enrollment is down at Lane Community College. Lane has come to depend more on tuition and the school is facing a budget shortfall.

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Community College
6:41 am
Thu September 26, 2013

LCC President Mary Spilde On Low Enrollment, Budget, Special Session

LCC President Mary Spilde
Credit Lane Community College

Classes begin next week at Lane Community College. LCC President Mary Spilde talks with KLCC's Rachael McDonald about expectations for the coming year. The college is experiencing a drop in enrollment which means a possible $2 million budget deficit. But Spilde is hopeful the legislature will restore some state funding to community colleges when it meets for a special session in Salem Monday.

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