The future of health information technology and informatics

The Computer Information Technology department at Lane offers educational opportunities and career possibilities in the ever-growing field of healthcare technology. Technology is part of the...

34 years well spent

Torch production Adviser Dorothy Wearne (middle) works with illustrator Cat Frink during production night on June 6. Wearne, the longest serving Torch adviser,...

How to stay relevant in an evolving digital culture

 Much of the information we consume nowadays is via pixels, not paper. The Internet is now over 20 years old, with 82 percent of...

Ask a titan – Q: Are you opposed to electronic cigarettes...

“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...

Failing foster system forgets abused youth

Imagine trying to navigate a world of giants. You’re a kid, no older than 6. You’ve watched your parents walk out your front door...

Guest Column: Atomic bomb builders speak for peace – Part 2

George Beres Guest ColumnistGermany had started atomic development two years earlier, and the Manhattan Project team feared that the Germans were ahead of the United...

The two faces of modern managerialism

Despite calls by the Faculty Association and others for LCC's administration to put their “numbers” — claiming net savings from closing the Auto Body...

Tomorrow is another day; School not broken

Commentary by Pat Albright, LCC Board ChairProcess is important. When it comes to process, I’m kind of a stickler. I believe in dedication to...

Wasted space

In light of the lovely weather, I spent the last couple days outside, planting zucchini (a little early), tending my peas, and tilling the...