Buffalo hazing discussed at Peace Symposium; Attendence reaches 400 during first...

People are waking up to the injustices and corruption throughout the world, said speakers at last week’s Peace Symposium, addressing issues that ranged from...

Former ‘economic hitman’ offers to teach at Lane; Author: ‘Revolution in...

Lane Peace Symposium keynote speaker and bestselling author John Perkins said he riske his life when he wrote about the powerful people and organizations...

The $12 million question; Board directs Spilde, administration to deliver more...

The Lane Board of Education fielded two plans this week to balance the budget against a projected $12.6 million shortfall and an estimated 12...

Beer breaks language barrier; Ninkasi hosts fundraiser for English as a...

Lane’s English as a Second Language Advisory Board collaborated with Pints for a Cause at the Ninkasi Tasting Room on April 24. Ninkasi’s tradition of...

Students and visitors enjoy Lane Earth Fair; Free food, entertainment...

Healthy food, music and advice on sustainability were the main ingredients of the Earth Fair held in Building 5 on April 22. The Lane...

Student leaders propose $4 activity fee increase; Ballot measure aims to...

  Less than one week from the start date of the Associated Students of Lane Community College general election, student leaders are hoping that the...

Elections Committee defines campaigning; Group takes stance on fundraising controversy

  Lane’s student government Elections Committee created official definition of campaigning, after The Torch ran an article about presidential candidate Michael Weed’s fundraising attempts eight...

Elections gets new look, website; Voters in the student election must...

After years of electing leaders via their myLane accounts, students might have to register for a different, more private network when the polls open...