ASLCC requests student voice in new fee policy

It has recently come to light that Lane has been the subject of a federal civil rights lawsuit concerning viewpoint neutrality and mandatory student...

As The Torch burns; The end of an amazing season

This is the last edition of The Torch for the year and my last as editor-in-chief. It's been a challenging few terms characterized by...

The Million Mask March is losing steam

Anonymous' ridiculous videos and unrealistic goals have led to only eight people in Eugene saying they plan to attend this year's Million Mask March...

Lane faces mission conflict; the elephant in the room can no...

Penny Scott Editor-In-ChiefLane's current financial operating shortfall stands at around $5 million. Fall term saw an increase in class sizes and another hike in the...

Reclaiming our place in nature

I spent this spring break enjoying the natural beauty of Oregon’s national forests. From sojourns through old growth temperate rain forests of cedar, alder...

Make Oregon schools great again

Watching Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton brawl during last week's debate might have reminded you of that big choice we will be making in...

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...

Program elimination process flawed; A possible solution

Commentary by Adrienne Mitchell, Academic Learning Skills FacultyThe Board of Education voted 4-2 to eliminate the Auto Body/Paint and Electronics programs, the deleterious effects...

Evergreen wisdom brings success

One of the first things on my agenda after deciding to run for the LCC Board in 2007 was to seek out some advice...