Point-Counterpoint: Should people exercise with CrossFit routines? Yes

Training leads to a hard core Depending on who you ask, CrossFit is either a killer workout, or a workout that could give you a...

Child care cuts should be avoided

Lane’s parents, students and staff currently cope with many struggles, including passing classes, juggling jobs and finding time to be with their families outside...

Faculty seeks to clarify safety clause

Recent items in The Torch presented an inaccurate view of the tentative classroom safety agreement between the Lane Community College Education Association and the...

Board should spare Cottage Grove campus

This week, both the administration and the college Budget and Finance Subcommittee revealed separate proposals to address the $12 million deficit. The committee’s proposal,...

ASLCC president opposes safety proposal

How does the fear of having no process for removing a student from class, with no refund for the credits or chance for an...

Going against the grain

Baseball is a game known for its traditions. Whether it’s ballpark food, rain-delay antics or curtain calls after home runs, baseball is celebrated as much...

Students’ success includes classified staff

Rodney Brown, Counseling Department In the April 10 edition of The Torch, there was a guest commentary written by a handful of Lane faculty members....

ASLCC should ditch OrgSync

Last year, fewer than 1 percent of eligible Lane students voted in the student government general election. That’s a disturbingly low turnout, even for...

Where’s the money?

On April 7 the University of Connecticut Huskies men’s basketball team defeated the University of Kentucky Wildcats 60-54 in the NCAA National Championship, claiming...