Governor, Senate, marijuana and GMOs on the ballot as Oregonians take...

August Frank Reporter“Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country and this world,” author Sharon Salzberg wrote. Between now and...

Lane joins peers nationwide in walkout

On Wednesday, Nov. 16 more than 60 students rallied outside of the Center Building at Bristol Square, holding signs and chanting demands to make...

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...

Stories from the ‘Pacific Circuit’

At a panel on human trafficking, Diana Janz, third from left, answers a question from an audience member about controlling social media use....

Fencing club wants new gear; senators debate money issues

Nicole Rund ReporterOnce again, money was on the student government’s agenda at the senate meeting, Wed. Feb. 18. The Fencing Club representative requested $3,790 for...

College enrollment numbers down

Students take advantage of the services in Building One during the first week of fall term at Lane Community College.                     This term, enrollment numbers...

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...

After 20 year hiatus, commencement ceremonies return to main campus

This week from the ASLCC meeting, big changes might be installed into the Associated Students’ weekly routine. Here is the rundown of what happened...

People and wildlife in danger; speaker warns about electrical devices

Penny Scott Editor-in-Chief“In the mid 1990s, the FCC determined that cell phones are safe for human use," author and medical journalist Katie Singer said. She...