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Instructor celebrates 40 years at Lane Students make teacher’s career worthwhile

du Bonnet Jackson, a.k.a. Mario Parker-Milligan, performed along with 10 others in the drag show, held in Ragozzino Performance Hall on May 27. Jackson rehearsed (right)
“drunk in Love” and “somewhere Over the Rainbow” for the show May 26. [August Frank/ The Torch]

Drag show dedicated to divas in history Proceeds to go to new LGBT center

students government treasurer Zach Wais, serves free cotton candy to Helena Richardson of Lane’s anime and Manga Club during the May 21 spring Fair. [Laura Newman/ The Torch]

Spring fever Bouncy castle, dunk tank draw crowds at club recruiting event

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

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

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

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

Rainer Anderson examines his piece "Shattered" which he entered in the Big C Exhibit in the 4x4 Gallery in Building 17 May 1. [Penny Scott/ The Torch]

Art exhibit tackles difficult subject Faculty and students express how cancer touched their lives

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