Clinton vs Trump: An educational decision

The two leading presidential candidates take incredibly opposing views on education, but they can both agree on one thing — education is too expensive. Secretary...

Kira Jones selected as Editor-in-Chief for next school year

A new Editor-in-Chief was selected for The Torch on May 20. She plans to tackle recruitment and deepen the organization’s relationship with the community...

Lane Dental Clinic approved to accept OHP; many students may qualify...

Victoria Stephens Reporter A new opportunity has opened up for low-income Oregonians and Lane students. LCC Dental Clinic recently received approval as an Oregon Health Plan...

Legendary environmentalist lectures at Lane

In an ever-changing world for activists, there are some who stand above the rest in the face of danger, and even the threat of...

First Latina Senator elected in U.S. history

Nevada’s Catherine Cortez Masto won the senate race in the general election, becoming the first ever Latina senator elected to the nation’s highest legislative...

Playing politics

ASLCC suspended the bylaws regarding students running for office last week during a meeting on Tuesday, April 19. This has opened a rift between...

Community members provide support for sexual assault victims

  Students march together at the the 38th annual Take Back the Night Rally on UO campus. More than 400 students showed their support...

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...
The remodel will accommodate advanced production studios, a resource center and new computer labs.

A Program Divided

The Media Arts program is being relocated to Building 18 following a retrofit of the building scheduled for completion by winter 2017. The remodel will...