We want to hear from you

Dear Reader: This editorial is calling out to you, and it’s calling out about the very paper you’re reading it in. We need you, you see. Somewhere we lost you and your input. Our...

Students, staff need to be more culturally aware

Not to be overly dramatic, but Lane’s lack of a policy on cultural competency is the single greatest nonfinancial issue currently facing the college. That’s why we encourage members of Lane’s faculty union to join...

Student veterans reflect on service, educational goals

When did you get out of the Army? I got out in 2010. Actually, I had gotten recalled into the Army because I was still in the eight-year window. I had been out for two...

Ask a titan – Q: Are you opposed to electronic cigarettes in the classroom?

“Class is not the time to be putting water vapor in the air to get your nicotine fix. It’s just ridiculous.” “I am opposed to it in the classroom. Outside of the classroom I think...

At Lane, bad debt strikes twice

For many, an education from Lane appears to have depreciated. For the first time in nearly five decades, Lane may be at risk of losing its ability to offer financial aid to its students in...

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Food pantry shelves hunger

In an effort to ease students’ financial insecurity, ASLCC’s sustainable food committee has set out to open a food pantry for students sometime in the next two weeks. The Torch editorial board supports the actions...

Injured student-athletes should keep scholarships

During the 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament, University of Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries ever seen on national television. Millions of fans witnessed Ware’s lower right leg bone snap in...