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...

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...

Bees, books and voter registration

Hannah Picknell has been named the new Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group LCC Campus Organizer replacing the previous organizer Ben Jelinsky. After Picknell’s graduation from the University of Oregon in 2015 and two and...

Celebrating students who served

Lane’s Veterans Services, which provides support for just under 400 Lane Community College students receiving veterans education benefits, is hosting an Awareness Week leading up to Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 11. The week...

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 been able to focus his educational sights on a definite...

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 ago. Two French brothers, Jacques and Joseph Montgolfier, made a...