Monthly Archives: March 2014

Student exhibit displays talent; Last chance to see the showcase

Art exploring the cosmos, sexual equality and fresh graphic design will be included in an all-student show running through March 13 in the Building...

Trying for two; Lane track and field teams aim for second...

In 2013, both the Lane men’s and women’s track and field teams were crowned Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges champions for the first...

Graveyard carz; Former Lane students find success in television

Former Lane multimedia students are working on the fourth season of the reality show Graveyard Carz at Welby’s Collision Center in Springfield. The show was...

ASLCC to take stance on tuition, vote on bylaws

The Associated Students of Lane Community College will wait until finals week to vote on changes to its bylaws, members decided at the March...

Public Safety Reports

3/3 at 11:45 p.m.  A vehicle was left near Building 13 with the rear hatch ajar. Valuables, including a woman’s purse, were left inside....

Funds disbursement policy discussed

At its March 11 meeting, the Council of Clubs discussed the protocol for disbursement of funds to clubs. “It’s not student money, it’s public money...

Break free from winter term; The Torch’s guide to cutting loose

Wes Fry, designer: Here in Lane County, the outdoors options are quite cheap and varied. Whether hiking, running, biking or just taking a stroll...

Arm Lane’s first-line defenders

Late last month, Lane Public Safety officers conducted a drill in Building 30, gauging how the campus community would behave during a shooting spree....
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