Tutors on your computer

Lane offers a broad spectrum of on-campus tutoring services including the Math and Science Resource Centers. These services are used by many students but some students don’t have the time or means to take...

Local bookstore fights to keep lease from big business

Tsunami Books is located on Willamette St. between 25th and 26th Ave. The not-for-profit bookstore is reaching out to the community during the month of March with a pledge drive to save the...

‘We will be remembered’

In memoriam of those lost to transgender related violence, LGBTQ+ organizations and advocates around the world observed the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20. In 2014 the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs received...

Anatomy and physiology students get hands-on

Anatomy and physiology students dissected a cow eye on Thursday, Nov. 3.   “The class went very well, only a small number of students can be squeamish. Most were interested in seeing the real structures...

Calibrating the educational compass

Out of 1,095 students who transferred to the University of Oregon during fall and summer 2018, 321 were from Lane Community College, according to the University’s Director of Enrollment Management Research Jonathan...

Quick News

624 acres near Lane seized A large area of undeveloped land near Lane has been seized from Arlie & Co. Real Estate by the Lane County Sheriff, following Arlie’s failure to pay its debts to...

ASLCC could owe college over $100k

Student Senate (ASLCC) owes $109,000 to Lane Community College according to College Finance. For now no one on the Student Senate or any member of the student life staff knows how the expenses were...

Nature bounces back

During this past summer’s high fire season, a fire burned near Lane’s main campus off Eldon Schafer Drive on July 31, 2015. Lane Public Safety was the first responder on the scene near Oak...

Campus experiences triple theft

In last week’s May 3 edition of The Torch, the safety blotter mentioned the recent theft of a cell phone. Since then, two more similar thefts have been reported, prompting Public Safety Chief Jace...