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CORRECTIONS In its May 29 issue, The Torch failed to mention that classified employees and managers were also recognized alongside faculty members at the Lane Employee Recognition Gala. The Torch regrets …Continue reading →

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Library to move this summer Center Building construction continues

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Instructor celebrates 40 years at Lane Students make teacher’s career worthwhile

Lane President Mary Spilde speaks during the Board of Education’s April 28 special session. The college is considering measures to balance next year's budget against a $12 million deficit. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Board likely to pass $3 tuition hike Tuition will account for 12 percent of budget

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Default rate dips below cutoff Revised figures put Lane at 29.7 percent

Alan Overwater peruses the library after winning the keynote speaker contest on May 19. [Chris Piepgrass/ The Torch]

Commencement speaker chosen for 2014 graduation ceremony Students compete to address graduating class

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Budget officials seek more information Students will only support $1.88 tuition increase

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Break into print Denali and Torch applications now available

Lane students Cecilia Sanchez from Mexico (left) and Alla Hazim (right) from Palestine share the differences between being women in their own countries, compared to being women in the United States at the May 8 “Women Speak” event at the Women’s Center.  [Penny Scott/ The Torch]

Women Speak event draws tears, laughter Women’s Center provides camaraderie

Lane Budget Committee citizen-at-large Chris Matson listens to a budget presentation before the May 14 Board of Education meeting. The college must cut approximately $12.6 million from its budget in the face of a projected 12 percent enrollment drop. [Alex Quadrini/ The Torch]

Signs of trouble Students protest potential tuition increase


Blood Mobile visits Lane Over 100 donate on Main Campus

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