Daily Archives: May 8, 2014

Concert raises funds for dance foundation; Nine Oregon troupes perform on...

Dance Northwest celebrated National Dance Week at Lane last Saturday, May 3 by gathering regional dance groups to perform at their 9th annual Down...

Art exhibit tackles difficult subject; Faculty and students express how cancer...

Media arts student Rainer Anderson, who prefers to be called RB, said his life was shattered when he found out he had cancer. He...

Faculty delivers epic performance; Art exhibit tackles difficult subject Concert wows...

Lane instructors raised scholarship funds while showcasing their creativity and a variety of skills at Piano Mania in Ragozzino Hall on May 6. The night...

Titans seek region championship; Lane men will battle Clackamas for 11th...

Lane track and field competed in the last meet of the regular season at the May 2 Oregon State University High Performance Meet, and...

Lane falls to second; Seven games remain as Titans trail Clark...

Lane’s hopes of capturing an NWAACC Southern Region title are on life support after dropping three of four games over the weekend. The Titans entered...

Point-Counterpoint: Should people exercise with CrossFit routines? No

Training is too hardcore Last summer, I went from training non-stop for 5K runs to lying on my cement porch at 1 a.m. under a...

Point-Counterpoint: Should people exercise with CrossFit routines? Yes

Training leads to a hard core Depending on who you ask, CrossFit is either a killer workout, or a workout that could give you a...

Child care cuts should be avoided

Lane’s parents, students and staff currently cope with many struggles, including passing classes, juggling jobs and finding time to be with their families outside...

Titan forward signs with Marauders; University of Mary takes Mahaffie after...

Tori Mahaffie, a Lane basketball standout who saw her season end early with a knee injury, has signed a national letter of intent to play...

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