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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.

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.

Tyler Coleman, 26, runs up the court during a junior varsity game Feb. 15.  (Ryan Kostecka / The Torch)

Coleman brothers earn their stripes TAGS: | | For Tyler and Alex Coleman, sophomore athletes on the Lane men’s basketball team, their dreams stretch further than playing basketball.

Inside the Building 15 electronics lab, students have access to a Fanuc Robot. The robotic arm is used for assembly in various industrial applications. (Alex Quadrini/The Torch)

Wired for success Power courses through program

Arden Dersham, 7, recieves dental services from volunteers. (Alex Quadrini/The Torch)

Sealed with a smile Lane dental students give free exams to community members

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Workshops, lectures aimed at prospective UO students Lane students will soon be able to join Lane’s Ty Voltage and the UO Duck in an event designed to bridge the gap for transfer students to UO.

Tyler McCord, 15, slaloms through cones at the Oregon Off-Road Riders Association’s Jan. 21 certification class. Riders who take the course gain a basic level of understanding, the minimum the law requires of motorcycle and ATV drivers. (Brett Stanley/The Torch)

Off the road again Lane’s auxillary parking lot turned into a dirt track for off-road riders practicing for their Oregon Off-Highway certification on Jan. 19. OHV riders, ranging from 7 to 15 years old, …Continue reading →

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Lane second-year dental hygiene student Jessica Ostrander (left) describes the new dental clinic facilities at 2460 Willamette St. to Terie Stephenson (center) and her sister, Lynn Fogarty, during the grand opening on April 16. Presidential candidates begin campaigns, politicking
After completing the Color Me Rad run, the audience gathers around the stage for the final color bomb countdown April 12. Color run Third annual running event hits maximum capacity for runners

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