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Lane President Mary Spilde speaks during the Board of Education’s April 28 special session. The college is considering measures to balance next year's budget against a $12 million deficit. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

The $12 Million Question Board directs Spilde, administration to deliver more information on budget cuts

Lane freshman Dakarai Hightower reacts after his third failed attempt at passing a jump of 7'1" during the March 22 Oregon preview at Hayward Field. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Former prep star leaps into Lane record books Dakarai Hightower breaks Lane’s high jump record twice in two weeks

Sophomore catcher Colby Rice was called safe at third base after an overthrown ball in a 2-1 win over the Clackamas Community College Cougars on April 29. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Titans take 2-of-3 from Lakers Lane clings to first place in highly competitive South Region

John Perkins

Former ‘economic hitman’ offers to teach at Lane Author: ‘Revolution in progress’

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Corrections CORRECTION: In the April 17 edition of the torch we inaccurately stated that the faculty safety proposal had been leaked. the torch regrets this error. CLARIFICATION: In the April 24 …Continue reading →

Anime & Manga Club president Brandon Schmidt stands at their table in the cafeteria to try and recruit new members on April 22. [Courtney M. Springer/ The Torch]

New club provides anime Film group works closely with GSA

Lane sophomore Cody Cowdin hands the baton off to sophomore Sean  McGetrick during the 4x400 meter relay at the Titan Twilight on April 24. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

The disarray relay Spontaneous final race tops off successful mid-week meet for the Titans

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Buffalo hazing discussed at Peace Symposium Attendance reaches 400 during first day

Nancy Wood, Lane English as a Second Language instructional specialist, sings for guests at the Pints For a Cause fundraiser held at Ninkasi Tasting Room on April 26. [Chris Piepgrass/ The Torch]

Beer breaks language barrier Ninkasi hosts fundraiser for English as a Second Language students

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Marimba band advocates for orphans at Cozmic High schoolers raise scholarship funds for orphaned students

The practice rooms under Ragozzino Hall, many of which have
pianos, are available to students and faculty during school hours. [Chris Piepgrass/ The Torch]

Modern ‘maniacs’ honor masters Instructors demonstrate professional piano skills

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