Letter to the Editor

I read the latest opinion in your pages and could only shake my head in disbelief. The article “Who’s running our student government?” is a case study of our problem not just at Lane,...

Get ‘em hooked!

You know those big blue obnoxious metal boxes that are scattered around campus, with huge blank spaces for advertisements? They're ostensibly Torch boxes — I eventually looked in one and saw a few copies...

Letter to the Editor

Hello, my name is Ryan Freire. I just finished reading the minutes from the last student government meeting and was shocked that they were unwilling to support the student newspaper. Given the amount of money and...

Open Letter to the Peace Center

We in the Science Division continue to be dismayed by your choice of speakers and the pseudoscience they espouse. Last year the issue was scare-mongering and cherry-picked data surrounding the dangers of electromagnetic radiation...

Welcome back to school

As president of Lane Community College, I am honored to welcome you to fall term 2015. You are the reason I come to work every day. This fall, we get to enjoy our fabulous, newly...

ASLCC President invites student feedback

I have been asked a few times if Student Government plans to take a stance on the issue of the Classified staff strike. I went to the union rally and spoke to the Board...

A letter from ASLCC

Editor’s Note: On Jan. 17, the Associated Students of Lane Community College Student Government held their first public meeting of the new term. At the meeting, new President Nick Keough announced that...

Engagement critical to student success

This last year at LCC, I met inspiring people, learned that I can claim my identity through personal narrative and have lasting impact on our community. Flashback to 2012, Mario Parker-Milligan, our ASLCC President during...

Letter to the Editor: Lane’s accreditation in jeopardy

Given Lane Community College's (LCC) 10 percent graduation rate for 2013-2014, I was not surprised by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities' substantial findings reported by The Register Guard’s Diane Dietz on Feb....