The die 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. On May 17, the Board of Education held their final...

All-Oregon Academic Team picks Titans; Oregon Community College Association selects 2014 members

A mother of two studying business and a father seeking a new career in computer science will represent Lane on the All-Oregon Academic Team. The Oregon Community College Association has appointed Audrey Barney of Fall...

Universities or students take risk

When Oregon votes on November 8th, public universities in Oregon will be directly affected. Currently, Oregon universities are are restricted from selling, buying or trading stocks. Universities have asked the Oregon Legislature for the...

Threats against Muslims raise tensions

The first week of a new term is simultaneously exciting and stressful for many students, but for members of the Muslim community at Lane Community College and the University of Oregon, the first week...

U.S. Senate candidate calls for decentralization; Lane Students for Liberty hosts talk with Republican

A Republican senatorial candidate spoke to Lane’s Students For Liberty at the club’s Feb. 26 meeting. SFL is a nonpartisan libertarian club according to SFL president Bryan Sanders. Tim Crawley, who is running for U.S....

Nurturing student families; College organizations supply resources to student parents

With approximately one-third of students being parents, or parents-to-be, Lane offers services, supplies and support to help them make it through their schooling. “It’s reasonable to estimate that about 29 percent of Lane students enrolled...

Food services cut again, again

Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series exploring the potential impact of budget cuts on the services and resources available to students, faculty and staff at Lane Community College....

Quick News – Week 7

ASLCC Senator resigns James Wessgert resigned on Oct. 29, 2015 following ongoing conflicts with the Senate’s leadership and claims that Wessgert created an unsafe and unwelcome working environment. The Torch will be following up on...

Lane’s Climate Action Plan on track for success

Joel DeVyldere Reporter Recent audits reveal that Lane Community College is on track to cutting its carbon emissions down to zero. The college’s Climate Action Plan, first drafted in 2008, inventories carbon emissions generated while heating...