Native American history finds a home in Eugene

Acrylic painting “In the water” done by contemporary Chinook tribe artist Greg Robinson. Robinson carves wooden sculptures mostly, however he is multi-talented. After the European occupation of the Americas, many native tribes were pushed...

Meal fit for a Titan

Lane students and NSLS members Codey Valenzuela and Bailey Koffler sort clothes donated for students. On Friday, Nov. 17, the National Society of Leadership and Success, a student leadership and honor society, provided nearly...

Central Oregon art comes to Lane

August Frank, Chayne Thomas Reporters The Lane Community College Art Gallery traditionally features LCC student and faculty work, but not this month. “From Here to There” is the second half of Lane’s collaboration with Central Oregon...

Reminiscing Reporters

The Torch staff works on layout during a Tuesday production night on May 2. Implementing final edits, they crowd around one computer to quickly meet the 10pm deadline. Ashleigh Martins - News Director When I was...

Bird cages, broken glass, yarn make up gallery show

RhinoFin Hood Ornament (cast stainless steel) by Ellen Tykeson With pieces on display for the first three weeks of the term in Building 11, the art faculty had their gallery showing close with patrons...

Masonic cemetery offers portal to the past

Eugene Masonic Cemetery, located at the intersection of University Street and 25th Avenue in Eugene, was established in 1859. Masonic cemetery is the burial ground of many of the city’s first settlers and founders...