The Torch looks back on 2012-2013 Mo’ money, mo’ problems.
Female athletes set high bar for excellence In our society, women frequently play second fiddle. In Lane athletics, they’re the top bananas.
Student government should resist further tuition increases Since 2000, tuition at Lane has increased nearly 256 percent.
Minorities, women feel effects of budget cuts hardest As newspaper editors, we think it can be fun to play the numbers. Sometimes numbers can be trusted more than words, or people. There’s an inherent truth in numbers — …Continue reading →
Editorial: News coverage focuses on issues, follows spending and so should students Dear Students, We’re here to watch how your money is spent, but you — yes, YOU — need to pay some attention too, damn it.
OSA holds reign over student government execs (EDITOR’S NOTE: This editorial has been amended to reflect changes in the order ballot measures are listed on the ASLCC general election myLane ballot. To be clear, The Torch is …Continue reading →
Vote YES on Measure 1, but here’s the thing … (EDITOR’S NOTE: This editorial has been amended to reflect changes in the order ballot measures are listed on the ASLCC general election myLane ballot. To be clear, The Torch is …Continue reading →
Free speech needs constant consideration The Central New Mexico Community College student publication The CNM Chronicle was suspended by administration officials after publishing a sex issue in March, shortly before Lane went on spring break.