10 tips for a successful career

This past weekend, some members of The Torch visited Los Angeles for the ACP National College Journalism Convention. Although the convention was focused on...

Guest Column: Atomic bomb builders speak for peace

George Beres Guest Columnist Renewed tensions between Russia and the United States bring to mind wise counsel for peace offered in the 1970s by two University of...

Math-free degrees make sense; it’s time to remove obstacles to student...

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief The person most qualified to determine the nature of student success is the student. That's what lies at the heart of Lane's mission. Students...

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...

Cultural competency policy long overdue

The Lane Board of Education will vote on a proposed cultural competency policy at its Feb. 5 meeting. The tabled policy has long been...

Speak now; So this will not happen to you

Commentary by Steve McQuiddy, Adrienne Mitchell, Elaine Pray and Susan Reddoor, Academic Learning Skills/Tutoring Department faculty instructors We have witnessed much in the last week regarding...

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...

Larger class sizes cause concern; college under pressure to undo bargaining...

Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief Teachers are the lifeblood of Lane. What they do impacts student success more than anything else. Without them, we might as well all...

Getting around campus is educational and fun

Penny Scott  Editor-In-Chief Lane's Center Building revamp is progressing nicely. When it's finished, Lane students, faculty, staff and campus guests will marvel at its beauty I'm...