Folded flyers land at Lane

The most popular belief about when the first paper airplane was flown is attributed to the Chinese, who flew paper airplanes about 2,000 years...

First Lane president passes

Parnell, who periodically wrote columns for the The Torch, stated about the campus, “It (Lane) offers opportunity for a student who has not...

The dye is cast on deficit

It is now week eight of spring term at Lane Community College with the end of the fiscal year fast approaching on June 30....

The end to net neutrality draws near

The above illustration is an interpretive rendering of the Federal Communication Commision's vote to alter the net neutrality bill. Statements and opinions expressed...

Giving student government direction

The Associated Students of Lane Community College is electing a new president and a few new senators in the coming days. Since newcomers will...

Lane graduates get the spotlight

Titan Store clerks Janilet Gomez and Shelby Inskeep assist Lane’s soon to be graduates with graduation accessories. Cap and gowns were available at...

Budget debacle drags on

It is now week seven of spring term at Lane Community College. The Board of Education and the Budget Committee continue to hash out...

Socialists speak out

Lane Community College President Mary Spilde is facing opposition from the Democratic Socialists of America, who has chosen Twitter as its platform. A series...

Recognizing the spectrum

Known for blazing trails, Oregon was the first state to decriminalize marijuana; physician assisted suicide; and the first state to formally recognize a third...