Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fall classes lead to Spring Inspirations; Students write, direct plays in...

Lane students took over the stage at the Blue Door Theatre May 22 to May 24 to present plays written and directed by students...

Faculty members acknowledged; Over 100 members honored at event

Friends and family of Lane faculty gathered with their loved ones in the Center for Meeting and Learning, Building 19, for the annual Employee...

Faculty jazz fill Blue Door Theatre; Experienced musicians display their skills...

On a wet, chilly night, the intimate surroundings of the Blue Door Theatre offered the perfect setting for the warm tones and lively rhythms...

Titans stars jump to next level; Ten Lane track standouts have...

In one of the greatest seasons in school history, the Lane track and field program repeated as Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges champions...

Silenced by fear

Sexual assault is a crime that, to a large extent, has been kept quiet. Perpetrators, victims and members of society at large all have...

High default rates affect future borrowers’ loan debt

As Lane’s 2014 graduating class approaches its final weeks on campus, a looming burden awaits them. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York,...

Titans take third in conference; Edmonds ends Lane’s tournament run

The Titans were underdogs in this year’s NWAACC Championship before the tournament even started. They scraped their way into the playoffs on the last day...

Drag show dedicated to divas in history; Proceeds to go to...

Wearing high heels, wigs, loads of make-up, long flowing sequined gowns, miniskirts, leather gear, vibrant colors or simply sexy black, a cast of 11...

Default rate dips below cutoff; Revised figures put Lane at 29.7...

The U.S. Department of Education has approved challenges to the data it uses to calculate Lane students’ default rate, inching the college away from...
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