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Default rate dips below cutoff Revised figures put Lane at 29.7 percent

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

Current Lane student body president Paul Zito stands over the shoulder of newly-elected student body president Michael Weed during a work session in the ASLCC office on May 5. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Weed will lead Lane students elect next government

Lane President Mary Spilde speaks during the Board of Education’s April 28 special session. The college is considering measures to balance next year's budget against a $12 million deficit. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

The $12 Million Question Board directs Spilde, administration to deliver more information on budget cuts

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Candidates prepare for elections Polls open April 28 to May 1 on OrgSync

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ASLCC considers funds request for Giving Tree The night before Thanksgiving, the ASLCC will consider a funds request to support the 15th annual Lane Holiday Giving Tree of Joy.

Lane Public Safety Cpl. Mike Schneider guides traffic after two vehicles collided near the exit to Lane along westbound 30th Avenue. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Two-car accident clogged 30th Avenue The road is clear along 30th Avenue after a non-fatal two-vehicle collision Oct. 31.

ASLCC president Merriam Weatherhead speaks at a meeting in the boardroom Oct. 3. (Turner Maxwell/The Torch)

ASLCC to review proposals to balance its budget ASLCC will meet Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. to discuss proposals to remedy a budget that currently depends on $77,000 in savings from prior years, savings that may not be …Continue reading →

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