Tuition will go up by $3 per credit for the 2016-17 school year.

Tuition decision takes a turn

A tuition increase of $3 per credit was approved with a narrow 4-3 vote by Lane’s Board of Education on June 8, 2016, which...

Mims House legacy recognized

On Sunday, May 29, Willie Mims (81) unveiled a granite monument in front of his historical childhood home on High Street to a crowd...

Kira Jones selected as Editor-in-Chief for next school year

A new Editor-in-Chief was selected for The Torch on May 20. She plans to tackle recruitment and deepen the organization’s relationship with the community...

Identity management further delays student email addresses

Over the course of five months, students at Lane have been given three different dates to expect the roll-out of Google Education Apps. Each...

Student technology fee still funding salaries

The student technology fee — which currently stands at $5 per credit hour — was never intended to fund salaried employees, but it has...

Diesel tech event revs engines

Dozens of high school students gathered around to watch the inner workings of a diesel engine turn on and rev up. Under the heat...

Chinuk Wawa language classes in danger after budget review

“We’re all from here, our history, our lessons, the things we teach should be inclusive of everybody,” James Florendo, Coordinator of the Lane American...

Future chefs compete at Food Scene Eugene

The public came together on May 13 and 14 for the first annual Food Scene Eugene, a food and drink festival with great bites...

Lawsuit results in student oversight of activity fees

In response to an August 2015 lawsuit filed by Francisco Gomez over the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group’s use of a portion of...