ASLCC bylaws put back in place

The Lane Elections Committee has decided to overturn the suspension of the bylaws that occurred during a senate meeting on April 19. After consulting both the ASLCC and Lane lawyers, Kerry Levett, executive dean...

A look through the lens of Steve Smith

  As part of the Media Arts Visiting Artist Series, Lane welcomed Steve Smith, a commercial photographer, to speak with students on Nov. 20. Smith has been working in the Eugene area since 1992. He moved...

Safety Blotter

Disorderly subject Public safety responded to a call reporting a male screaming, yelling and dancing around the front of the Center Building. The man, described wearing black sweatpants, a blue sweatshirt and a beanie, was...

Quick News, week 8

Annual ceramics holiday pottery sale Pottery sale will be held on Nov. 17 and 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the first floor of the Center Building near Building 5. Ten percent of...

Safety Blotter – Week 7

Suspicious conditions Public Safety received a call reporting that a man was spending an excessive amount of time in the men’s restroom near the Titan Store downtown. The man, who claimed to be a student,...

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...

Quick News – Nov 4

COUGAR SIGHTING ON CAMPUS At 4:34 p.m. on Tues, Nov. 3, a LaneAlert was issued urging caution in light of an alleged cougar sighting at the southeast corner of campus. Lane’s Public Safety Department...

Invisible threat leads to evacuation of Building 11

On Oct. 28 Hillary Elms, an English as a Second Language teacher, noticed something strange. “I was walking around and in one area ... it smelled like gas,” Elms said. “I called Public Safety, the...