Students respond to tuition increase, outsourcing

There are major changes coming to Lane Community College in the near future that will be affecting day-to-day student life. To start, on April 1, the Board of...

Fiber art and street photography featured in Lane Art Gallery

Two new exhibits are open in the Lane Community College Art Gallery on Lane’s main campus this month. “Body Language” features the work of mixed media fiber artist, Erica Spitzer Rasmussen. “Photos from the...

Community takes on child hunger

Volunteers for the charitable organization Generosity Feeds package 12,500 take-home meals for elementary school children in Lane County. According to the organization, 53 percent of children suffer from food insecurity in the area. On...

Sol Seed shines at Cozmic

On April 11 at Cozmic in Eugene, there was a full house for the CD release party from locally based reggae-fusion band Sol Seed. Their soulful, spiritually uplifting, deeply rhythmic grooves seamlessly blend classic...

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...

Traditional Hula taught at Lane

Eli Walker and Kumu Iwalani practice their choreography for APISU’s (Asian and Pacific Islander student Union) traditional hula dance group in preparation for their Spring Bash event this May. The group hopes to bring...
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Where the wildflowers are

On Sunday, May 15, the 37th annual Wildflower & Music Festival was held at Mt. Pisgah. Despite the rain, many members of the community visited to see the many different species of flowers, nature...

Lane County honors vets

Victoria Stephens Reporter “For some veterans, reintegration can take a couple of months and for others it may take years,” Jennifer Morzenti, Eugene Vet Center reintegration counselor, said. Morzenti spoke at the first in a series of...