Daily Archives: June 5, 2014

Student government ends year

Student government members made motions and amendments regarding the complex factors involved in sharing cupcakes at the June 4 student government meeting. It took 30...

Exhibitions impress visitors; Lane students showcase professional-grade projects

Foreign troops have invaded America. It seems as though the world is coming to an end. Esther has to choose between panicking, committing suicide...

Jazz bands strut their stuff; Music students perform for an enthusiastic...

If the Lane Jazz Combos show was any indication, the future of jazz is alive and well. The nearly full Blue Door Theatre hosted four...

From Port-au-Prince to pole vault pit; Luke McKay overcomes odds, reconnects...

Lane track standout Luke McKay’s journey to Eugene has been anything but ordinary. At a time in which the economy in Haiti was suffering, Luke’s...

15 Titans will transfer

A third-place finish at the NWAACC tournament, three players selected for the All-NWAACC team and 12 players selected to the regional All-Star team made...

Athletics pinches pennies; Coaches decide how to accomodate 24 percent budget...

After taking a 24 percent revenue drop over the last two years, Lane’s athletic department is cinching its belt and looking for different sources...

Bemidji scoops up second Titan

For the second time in four weeks, a Lane basketball player has committed to play at Bemidji (Minn.) State University, an NCAA Division II...

Lane wins Directors Cup; Athletics awarded for success in NWAACC

On June 4, Lane was announced as the winners of the second annual Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Directors Cup. The award goes to...

The Torch staff: advice and learning

Alyssa Sutton  Editor-in-chief For the last time, I am creating a document on Google Drive, watching the cursor move down the page, and thinking, “This...

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