Brewfest hops to the beat

Eugene’s local National Public Radio station, KLCC, will be hosting its annual brewfest on the Feb. 10 and 11. The KLCC Brewfest will take place at the Lane Events Center from 5 p.m. to...

Inauguration Day protests in full swing

While riots raged and a state of emergency was declared in Portland, the Inauguration Day protesters in Eugene made some noise and made some friends. Eugene anti-Trump activity on Inauguration Day was centered at...

Student discounts soon to get easier

Lane will issue .edu emails for all students as part of a Google Apps for Education rollout this October. Students can use their new email to get education discounts in addition to the full...

Former teacher sues for discrimination

On Oct. 3, former LCC Spanish instructor Maria Gutierrez filed a $300,000 lawsuit against Lane, claiming that they canceled her classes because of her race, then fired her for speaking out about it. According to...

Beloved employee passes away

Friends and family met on Sunday, Feb. 26 to celebrate Valerie Wothe’s life. Favorite memories and stories were shared, accompanied by tears and laughter. The group said Wothe loved Yumm bowls, made awesome...

Possible increase in college funding with new governor

Kate Brown and Bud Pierce both want improvements in higher education, but they cannot agree how. According to the National Center for High School Statistics, Lane County had a  74.2 percent high school graduation rate,...

Fencing Club thrusts their way into national qualifiers

Titan's Fencing Club President Tim Bruno competedin the Division 2 Senior Men's Foil event at the OregonDivision National Qualifiers in Salem on April 15.(Photo from The Torch Archive/2015) Two Titans represented Lane Community College...

Your passport to an iPad

The Learning Commons Passport gives students an opportunity to win a variety of prizes while familiarizing themselves with the updated Center Building. Students collect a stamp at each of the following locations within the...

Student senator proposes meeting with LCC President

The most recent ASLCC meeting saw senators grasping for more clarity on their duties, investigating the cause of a six-figure deficit and debating the placement of a lobby group’s office. Highlights: Student...