Man’s other best friend

There is a big chance that you have consumed something today that would not have been there without the help of honey bees. Besides...

UO incident highlights need for Clery compliance

On March 9, the father of a University of Oregon student reported to Eugene Police that his daughter had been sexually assaulted by...

Making amends in Ferguson

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief The rioting aftermath and destruction of property in Ferguson is the focus of a commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas titled “Restitution not Retribution”...

Artists behaving badly

Is it possible to separate art from the actions of those that created it? If a serial rapist paints a picture, a beautiful landscape,...

Young Americans for Liberty: Fiercely Independent

Every once in awhile I am reminded that our friendly, welcoming and inclusive campus has its exceptions. Such was the case when I read...

A slip of the tongue or just plain truth? ; Wallace,...

Fascism. That single word has had immense influence on American political life and on world history since it was openly explored by a sitting...

College reaches crossroads; Program cuts provide the way

Commentary by Penny Scott, Torch Editor-in-Chief Opinions are quite divergent regarding the recent decision to cut programs at Lane. The administration and Board of Education support...

Measure 86 enjoys strong support

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief Measure 86 is likely to pass on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The measure gives people access to education who are otherwise denied it. This...

Don’t Drink the Hemlock: Save Philosophy and Religion at LCC

The Administration at Lane Community College has proposed virtually eliminating the Philosophy and Religion program in order to balance the budget. From a financial...