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Individual champion and record holder highlight Lane sports [box] Elias Gedyon THE TORCH’S MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR [/box] This season freshman Elias Gedyon achieved a feat that has only been accomplished by five other runners in Lane’s …Continue reading →

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New classes added to fall schedule Certain sections of existing courses cut due to low enrollment

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They came, they conquered, now they’re moving on Sophomore class leaves Lane with 54-8 career record

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Classic tunes, new voices: Lane choirs sing a variety of excerpts Lane’s concert, gospel, and vocal jazz choirs will demonstrate the power of voice in a composite concert later this month.

Ron Bertucci plays trombone at an April 5 jazz ensembleconcert at the Ragozzino Performance Hall. Bertucci is stepping down as director of the symphonic band and jazz ensemble. (Alex Quadrini/The Torch)

Symphonic band, concert choir combine for final performance of school year Long-time symphonic band director reducing role on music faculty

Lane theater instructor Brian Haimbach sits in the stadium seats inside The Blue Door Theatre. Haimbach is the new head of theatre at Lane Community College. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Curtain call curriculum First-year theater instructor gets a feel for Lane

Lane freshman Keynan Middleton pitched in a game against the Chemeketa Community College Storm May 16 in Eugene. The Titans defeated the Storm 13-2 in the first game and lost 1-2 in the second.
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Angels give Middleton major opportunity Titans freshman Keynan Middleton has been given an opportunity that most collegiate athletes only dream of: the opportunity to play Major League Baseball.

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ASLCC approves fund request for New Jersey trip Lane’s student government has provided the student body with applications to go to the United States Student Association’s 66th Annual National Student Congress at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., …Continue reading →

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Making a commitment Budget Committee commits to $450 million state allocation proposal

ASLCC President Paul Zito addresses the senate during its May 22 meeting. Zito replaced Merriam Weatherhead when he took office June 1. (Alex Quadrini)

Zito takes office as student body president After an eventful school year, Lane’s student government has transitioned from one president’s administration to another.

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The Torch looks back on 2012-2013 Mo’ money, mo’ problems.

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What we’ve learned The Torch’s staff speaks on what the year brought to light

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