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Lane students Cecilia Sanchez from Mexico (left) and Alla Hazim (right) from Palestine share the differences between being women in their own countries, compared to being women in the United States at the May 8 “Women Speak” event at the Women’s Center.  [Penny Scott/ The Torch]

Women Speak event draws tears, laughter Women’s Center provides camaraderie

Lane Budget Committee citizen-at-large Chris Matson listens to a budget presentation before the May 14 Board of Education meeting. The college must cut approximately $12.6 million from its budget in the face of a projected 12 percent enrollment drop. [Alex Quadrini/ The Torch]

Signs of trouble Students protest potential tuition increase

The Lane baseball team kneels in a pre-game huddle before hosting Clark Community College in a May 12 doubleheader against the Penguins. Clark won the first game 1-0 and Lane won the second game 7-3. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Season on the line Titans will battle Lakers for second place, trip to the NWAACC playoffs

(Left to right) Lane freshman Kristine Dunn, sophomore Jalen Tims, Clackamas Community College sophomore D’Nara Jones and Lane sophomore Jhazelle Ambus run the women’s 200-meter dash at the May 10 NWAACC South Region Championships in Gresham. [Contributed by Grady O'Connor ]

Lane cruises to victory Hallock and Walker top scorers at NWAACC South Region Championships

Grace Madden Huang, an English as a Second Language student, views the Geometry of Hope exhibition in the Building 10 gallery.  [Penny Scott/ The Torch]

Exhibit reshapes perception of art Artist challenges traditional interpretation in Building 11 gallery

Medium Troy performs with The Bohemian Dub Orchestra at The Hult Center May 10. [August Frank/ The Torch]

Multimedia extravaganza invades Hult Center Musicians, dancers and acrobats take stage with orchestra

Dr. William Chapman Nyaho addresses the Ragozzino Hall audience as Asia Wooten accompanies him on May 9. [Chris Piepgrass/ The Torch]

Renowned pianist plays at Ragozzino Musical authority melds classical European and traditional African music

Cody Mendonca and Emily Westlund take the stage for a pick-up rehearsal at Actors Cabaret of Eugene on May 8 for the production of Into
the Woods. [Courtney Springer/ The Torch]

Fairy-tale musical enchants audience Lane students perform at Actors Cabaret of Eugene

Mayra Jaquez plays the accordion and sings for the student body May 7 for International Day in Lane’s cafeteria.

Lane showcases world talent International Day unites students from 35 countries

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