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Sophomore Janelle Noga won the women's pole vault title with a height of 11'09.25" at the NWAACC track and field championship. Fellow sophomore Anna Jensen placed second. [Contributed by Grady O'Connor]

Back to back championships Track teams take titles

Lane sophomore Jarren Goddard hit a grand-slam against southwestern oregon community college on May 17 in coos Bay. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Titans earn tournament trip Beam, Goddard lift Lane to playoffs

Alan Overwater peruses the library after winning the keynote speaker contest on May 19. [Chris Piepgrass/ The Torch]

Commencement speaker chosen for 2014 graduation ceremony Students compete to address graduating class

Kalimakuhilani “Kuhi” southard performs a traditional hula before a small audience in the Longhouse May 16. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Hula dancers enchant students Hawaiian culture preserved through dance

Katie Buchanan, eviana dan, Lacey Porter, courtney snow and elana sutton perform the dance “Follow the chance” during The Works in ragozzino Performance hall on May 15. [August Frank/ The Torch]

Lane dancers give audience The Works Annual event showcases student creations

Music theory tutor Matt Noble (left), and music technology tutor Kyle McCready (right), are working in the research department of Lane's high-tech music lab on April 14. [Penny Scott/ The Torch]

Lane creates music industry leaders of tomorrow Music technology lab helps take students’ music to new heights

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Fencing club representative

Fencing students need blades ASLCC approves equipment funds

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Budget officials seek more information Students will only support $1.88 tuition increase

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