‘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...

Practice what you teach

On the night of Dec. 8, Lane Community College health and physical education instructor Grady O’Connor used his skills in first aid to stop a man from choking. He performed first aid procedures 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...

Board of Ed and classified union reach agreement

Bargaining between the Board of Education and the classified union are nearing an end after the union accepted the tentative agreement put forth by the board in the last bargaining session on Oct. 3....

New Snack Shack resource director hired

The most awaited Snack Shack upstairs in Building 1 opened on Monday for the first time since spring term.  The new director, Kea’Dee Needham, has taken over the overseeing of the shack and the...

Torch maintains flame of excellence

The Torch staff holds 12 of the 15 awards that were collected at the ONPA Collegiate Day 2017. The Torch recently made a significant showing at an awards ceremony for the Oregon Newspaper Publishers...

Public Safety awarded

The Office of Public Safety at Lane Community College has been granted the 2017 Department of the Year Award from the Western Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. LCC Public Safety works with college departments,...

Third dean position opens up

The interim Executive Dean for the School of Professional and Technical Careers, Dr. Mary Jeanne Kuhar, recently announced that she will be leaving Lane Community College in November. This announcement adds a third to...

‘People unite, Take Back the Night’

Mujeres, centered around being a place of support for Latinx and Chicanx students on campus, hold up a banner at the annual “Take Back the Night” University of Oregon rally and march. Mujeres...