First Lane president passes

Parnell, who periodically wrote columns for the The Torch, stated about the campus, “It (Lane) offers opportunity for a student who has not...

Women Speak event draws tears, laughter; Women’s Center provides camaraderie

About 25 Lane students attended the ”Women Speak” event held at the Women’s Center on May 8, sharing the differences between living in their...
digital course evaluations

Paper Evals Phased Out

After the move to digital course evaluations, student involvement dropped from an estimated 70 percent to 11 percent. Lane switched from paper to online...

Demand greater than supply in manufacturing tech

First year Manufacturing Technology student Jack Fortune adjusts the quick-change tool post on a lathe as he makes a punch for a Manufacturing...

ASLCC embraces one another; student government members give updates on current...

August Frank Reporter The student government meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 19 started on a sad, yet also happy note. At the start of the meeting ASLCC...

Food Pantry continues to gain momentum; Clothing Stash merges with pantry

Lane’s Rainy Day Food Pantry is growing rapidly with the help of an anonymous donor. The pantry received $2,500 anonymously, ASLCC Sustainability Coordinator Michael Weed...

Course blends old school and new school modeling

Starting Winter Term 2016, Lane will be offering a new course called Sculpting for Animators, which will bring the process of 3D modeling to...

Paid to quit

The college has implemented a new separation incentive for classified employees. Classified employees are hourly workers and members of the Lane Community College Employees...

FEC expands focus on fitness

Those with hectic schedules will have more opportunities to stay healthy on campus starting Sept. 28 as the Fitness Education Center is open longer...