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Luke McKay was a 2013 All-American and placed third at the northwest athletic association of Community Colleges Championship in 2013. His personal record is 15 feet 3 inches. File/The Torch

From Port-au-Prince to pole vault pit Luke McKay overcomes odds, reconnects with family

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

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

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

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All-Oregon Academic Team picks Titans Oregon Community College Association selects 2014 members

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Presidential candidates begin campaigns, politicking Fundraising puts campaign under scrutiny

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Downtown campus hosts local gaming event Students present gaming ideas

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Chairwoman gets tough with delinquent clubs Two clubs lose voting rights

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Chess Club revived with new potential Members playing on paper boards, waiting for funding

Jennifer McCarrick and Brandi Hoskins share parenting challenges between classes outside Building 19. [Penny C. Scott/ The Torch]

Parents make tough decisions about childcare Older children left without adequate services

Panoramic views of (left to right) South Sister, Middle Sister, North Sister and Broken Top can be enjoyed on clear days while on Mount Bachelor. These volcanic peaks are part of the Cascade Range that runs from southern British Columbia south, all the way into northern California, with 11 of them reaching above 10,000 feet in elevation. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Unique class on Mount Bachelor shows photographer scenic views In search of classes for winter term, I was browsing the course catalog when I stumbled upon a one-credit course: Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding.

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