Native American history finds a home in Eugene

Acrylic painting “In the water” done by contemporary Chinook tribe artist Greg Robinson. Robinson carves wooden sculptures mostly, however he is multi-talented. After the European occupation of the Americas, many native tribes were pushed...

Please, do tell

Margaret Witt, author of “Tell: Love, Defiance, and the Military Trial at the Tipping Point of Gay Rights” is speaking 6 p.m. Thursday, April 5 at LCC’s Center for Meeting and Learning on...

Student success goes on steroids; Underdogs set to win

“My last job, before I decided to go back to school, was digging graves in the graveyard where my father was buried,” said Greg Evans, 2015 Vice President of Eugene City Council and Lane...

Smorgasbord of art

Upon entry through the mezzanine of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, many attendees are taken back by the architecture and attention to detail in the building. Following the art-lined stairway to the second...

King tides scatter microplastics on Oregon beaches

Cartoon by Emmett Crass // The Torch Equipped with brooms and filters of varying gauge, from chicken wire to window mesh, nearly two dozen volunteers set on...

Instructor incarcerated

Mugshot of Daniel MacKay. Local priest and part-time Lane faculty Daniel MacKay has been convicted on three counts of prostitution and will serve a 90-day sentence. MacKay began teaching as a part-time instructor in English...
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Students and staff speak out on proposed changes to campus services, tuition increase

On March 14, the Lane Community College Board of Education held their monthly public meeting to decide the fate of the Titan Bookstore, Food Services and a proposed tuition increase of $6...

Governor kicks off 50th Anniversary Celebration

Nicole Rund Reporter Oregon Governor, John Kitzhaber, was the guest speaker at Lane Community College’s 50th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, Oct. 15. During an interview with The Torch the governor said that he attended South Eugene...