LCC immortalizes former Vice President

Jim Ellison began his 29-year career at Lane Community College as a part-time instructor in the Study Skills department and ended it, in 1995, after five years as Vice President for Instruction. For his...

Invisible disabilities brought to light

The Center for Accessible Resources helps students who may need academic support. The CAR staff works with students who have documented disabilities and faculty to adjust class material to fit student needs. Until recently CAR...

Becoming a better ally

The Springfield-Eugene chapter of Standing Up for Racial Justice, a national anti-racist campaign, hosted the “White Ally Toolkit” workshop on Feb. 18. The workshop, developed and hosted by Dr. David Campt, is designed to...

Gun owners for gun control

The Oregon group Gun Owners For Responsible Ownership is pushing to bring a ballot initiative to Oregon’s November election that would require gun owners to abide by four new regulations. A shooting at the...

A decade of struggle for community colleges

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief In an interview on Jan. 20, Lane president Mary Spilde said that the Obama proposal for making community college free has put the spotlight on community colleges. "It says that secondary education beyond...

Lane president leads school connections

  Lane Community College President Mary Spilde received an award that was named in her honor at the first annual meeting of Connected Lane County on Oct. 8. The Connected Lane County Mary Spilde Vision Award...

Special meeting called to discuss budget, cuts; Finalized enrollment numbers on table for April...

The Lane Board of Education will meet April 28 to decide how to weather a projected potential shortfall of between $8.5 million and $12.6 million for the next school year that could cause the...

Past loved ones remembered, life celebrated

MEChA, The Chicano Student Movement of Aztlản, will be hosting its annual Day of the Dead celebration. The event will take place 11 a.m. through 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1 and Wednesday, Nov....

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 been able to focus his educational sights on a definite...