Authors Posts by David Galbreath

David Galbreath



Murder suspects apprehended

Update on Alex Gradin’s death Last May, the Torch was remorseful having to write an obituary for fellow student Alex Oyombe Gradin.  Gradin’s life was lost...

Bounce houses, laser tag, dunk tank, oh my

Lighting the fuse for the new year, on Sept. 24, the student government teamed up with the student engagement team to create an exciting...

Another door opens

As a reporter, a full-time worker and full-time student I had to push myself this year to handle more responsibilities than I...

ELECTION 2019: Meet the Candidates for Student Government and the SAFC

“Although I battled to reach this point of my life,” Nacoulma wrote in his campaign statement. “I am grateful and give credit to the people who have lifted my voice and have had my back when my words weren’t enough. Today, I am running to represent your voice.”

Coding for humanity

Local developers wrote code to solve pressing issues in the community at Hack for a Cause. Volunteers worked from the evening of...

Catering for the hungry

The Hult Center hosted over 50 restaurants, breweries and wineries to fund money for Food for Lane County, on April 8. Mike...

So long, paper tickets

Lane Transit District has signed a $2.8 million contract with a California-based electronic fare collection agency in efforts to modernize their systems....

Titan head coach to lead Lane United Football Club

Conner Cappelletti, affectionately known as Coach Cap by his team, has an extensive resume that shows his passion for soccer. Cappelletti began...

Resisting federal overreach

The Community Rights Lane County organization invited tribal attorney and activist Frank Bibeau to speak about the rights of nature on March...

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